One thing I really appreciate from the Sky Pirates sub-theme is its wild blend of steampunk/dieselpunk elements with the classical pirates-look. The Lego designers did a great job with the Raid Zeppelin and the Misfortune’s Keep (mostly), so lets have a closer look at the Sky Shark. With the Ninjago Movie just around the corner… Read More Review: Ninjago Sky Shark (70601)
You may remember that I’m not too excited by the little flyers that came with the Misfortune Keep. They just feel unfinished and below their potential compared to the glorious main build. I felt right away when assembling them that they need some serious upgrades. Luckily for the sky pirates, I decided to mod their flyer first.… Read More Fixing the Misfortune Keep Flyer! (Part 1)
When starting this Blog I not only wanted to write reviews (which is quite fun on its own though!) and show my MOCs, but also create and expand a more or less coherent universe, where every of my characters has its place. Sadly I haven’t published much of that yet. Not because of a lack of… Read More Some Worldbuilding
I was really looking forward writing this review: the (at least for me) pinnacle of Ninjago’s flirt with dieselpunk sky pirates: The Misfortune Keep! Ok, the name of this set is a bit weird, since the word “keep” is usually used more in a traditional castle-context, for the living area and last line of defence… Read More Review: Ninjago Misfortune Keep (70605)
Like Nexo Knights, Ninjago is one of the current Lego themes, that feature pretty wild designs and an interesting mix of styles. Dragon riding ninjas fighting sky pirates? Sounds like a good idea to me. Especially for under a tenner! I wasn’t quite aware of what long-running series Ninjago actually is. And it seems it… Read More Review: Ninjago – Cole’s Dragon (70599)
It is still nicely warm at Littleworlds HQ, but it is just a matter of time till autumn will come to us too and brings rain and grey sky and cold coat-and-umbrella-weather. In the meanwhile – lets enjoy the sun as long as we can!
This post is about the sort of band your parents have always warned you of: Damage Case, the loudest, wildest and meanest band in the known Lego universe! Tough and alluring front-woman Susan rocks the stage with attitude and riffs as heavy as a sledgehammer, rocket-fast soloing and lyrics about the wild side of life. The… Read More Damage Case