White Dragon Horse Jet is LEGO set 80020-1. It doesn't have a score so far. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 1 scored review and 3 reviews total. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Monkie Kid.
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White Dragon Horse Jet takes the third wave of Monkie Kid sets up a notch. The villain character is interesting, and the set focuses on a female protagonist and her awesome ride. The jet's design is solid and features some interesting build techniques and nice details. My complaints are not major issues. They concern small details in the build and too few minifigs for a set of this size. I enjoyed building this set, but I will not keep it built, except for the vending machine.
I've been reviewing stuff professionally for years, from video games to gadgets to LEGO® sets, and I always feel like a bit of a hack when gushing about something or unilaterally praising it - but dammit, I just can't find a fault here. We get a main model that is very solid, study and amazingly designed with some techniques I'd sooner expect to see in top-tier MOCs than official sets. We have a fun little side build that feels completely justified, and packs a neat feature. We've got a hoverboard with a recoloured Constraction piece straddled by a cat; a girl hero saving a dude in distress; a funky spider drone with an exciting new molud for legs, uninvasive stickers which do not detract from the final model if not applied; well-integrated features for the kids that don't compromise the aesthetics and plenty of interesting recolours.
It's an awesome looking craft that's fun to swoosh. The colour scheme really pops and the angular, yet organic-looking design, is something special. The side builds are somewhat superfluous and probably unwanted by most of us, but of course I appreciate that they enable kids to be able to play out a story without needing additional sets.