Now this is one of the more unusual Sky Pirate sets, without a weird steampunk/dieselpunk flying machine for the baddies dominating the scene. Here, the good guys have definitely the advantage. With a glorious, flashy (pun of course intended) lightning dragon! And its really an impressive beast. Quite sizeable and, just like its smaller cousin, Cole’s… Read More Review: Ninjago Jay’s Elemental Dragon (70602)
While I was redecorating my Lego display (replacing the Star Wars scene I had for over a year with some ocean explorers), I took a closer look at the Dewback from the 2014 Cantina-set. It is really a splendid model which is sadly quite underused. And to be honest: what should the imperials do with such… Read More Sword (or Axe) and Sorcery!
If you are over 30 and your parents start buying you Lego for Christmas again, your life certainly went into the right direction. In this sense my partner Emma can rejoice: she got the Yellow Submarine! And I did let her build it all by herself! What a feat of self-control by me… I think… Read More Review: The Beatles Yellow Submarine (21306)
Since my dragon got a drastic increase in its articulation possibilities, the Dragon Queen took the opportunity to claim it for her and immediately ordered it being trained by her dragon-handling experts. Shortly after, the Queen’s Right Hand proudly demonstrated his progress in taming the wild beast: Luckily for its tamer, the dragon didn’t… Read More Dragon Taming
While Cole’s Dragon is a very decent little set, it never felt right to me that the dragon is unable close its jaws. For me this is such an obvious action-feature that I am really surprised it is missing. To make matters worse, it has almost everywhere ball-joints except for the place where its head is attached to… Read More How to fix a Dragon
…and its something so simple. I discovered this years ago when I got the Dragon Wizard. Just a wonderful little detail to discover, isn’t it? I remembered the writing on the scroll when I did the shooting of the Dragon Queen’s throne-room. It doesn’t only shows the impressive quality of the printing back in… Read More One of the nicest things Lego ever did…
In the olden days (the mid 80s to be precise) there were the mighty Lion Knights (officially called Crusaders as far as I know). They proudly owned the first proper grey castle and were the mightiest power far and wide. For a long time, their only competition were the Black Falcon Knights, who were significantly… Read More Lions and Dragons