#40 Best Selling Toy- LEGO Minecraft The Nether 21106

November 23, 2013 - Comment

Trip through an Obsidian Portal and to find your self in The Nether. It is a location like no different, with Netherrack, gravel and bedrock. Be careful for flowing lava, flying Ghasts and the patrolling Zombie Pigmen. Now you could re-build all of it with LEGO bricks, complete with a portal. However remember. enter at

Trip through an Obsidian Portal and to find your self in The Nether. It is a location like no different, with Netherrack, gravel and bedrock. Be careful for flowing lava, flying Ghasts and the patrolling Zombie Pigmen. Now you could re-build all of it with LEGO bricks, complete with a portal. However remember. enter at your own chance. Contains three buildable Micromob figures: 2 Ghasts and a Zombie Pigmen.

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  • Comprises three buildable Micromob figures: 2 Ghasts and a Zombie Pigman
  • Recreate a Minecraft world as a micro-scale LEGO model and discover the journey of The Nether, the most recent biome inside the LEGO Minecraft world
  • Add the Obsidian Nether Portal and shuttle to completely different biomes
  • Combine this biome with others in the identical collection to construct your personal LEGO Minecraft world
  • Measures 3″ (10cm) deep, (10cm) 3″ long and 3″ (10cm) high

Comments

FreeSpirit says:

Lego Minecraft – a great combination This “micro” set is a great combination of Lego and Minecraft. It’s different from regular Lego sets, it has mostly simple 1x1s and is a much smaller set once assembled (the box is only 3″ in length, width, and depth). We bought the Nether and the Village – both sets are great. You can customize modules once constructed, this gives great flexibility with the set. The sets are simple yet don’t feel as repetitive as some other Lego sets. Once constructed, the modules are remarkably stable given the smaller frame.It would be great to have the entire collection, but at $35 a set, it adds up to be quite expensive. Price and availability of these sets seems to be varying quite a bit. I did a fair amount if research and it seems $33-$37 is the range in which these sets typically sell. If they are out of stock, they come back in stock pretty quick, so it might be better to wait for stock rather than pay higher prices (I have seen these selling for as much as $60!).

David L. Tong "www.davidleetong.com" says:

Nice addition to our LEGO collection My 9yo and I are Minecraft fans. We play on the XBOX all the time and he’s been eying his Minecraft LEGO set (the original one) for quite some time, but it costs almost 100 bucks in Singapore. I was surprised it only costs 35 bucks on Amazon, even bigger surprise that the Nether set is out already (I was expecting it to come out on Xmas).The set is creatively designed, which is a great thing. The Zombie Pigman micro figure and the Ghast are cute as well hehe.To be honest, unless you’re a Minecraft fan, this really is just a specially painted set of basic blocks, but that’s the whole point, right? Minecraft is a block-based game, and to tie it up with LEGO is just a no-brainer.Good purchase for any Minecraft collector. Thinking of getting the other two right now 😛

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