When I saw Vincent, a frustrated ninja, slowly let the dream die down, I knew I had to do something.
But what can I do? It’s not like I can get him to some ninja school.
Then, I came up with my only great idea in years. To keep his hopes up, I bought him the LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost.
I sensed that he wasn’t very interested in it at the beginning. So, I gave him a week to get used to the Lego set. Here’s what he thought about it, and the need-to-knows about it.
What’s in the box LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost?
The highlight of this Lego set, of course, is the Cole minifigure.
However, the rest of its contents is nothing short of super. A purchase of LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost also includes 45 different elements.
Aside from that, a sword, spear, bow, two knives and weapon holder are also in the box. Of course, everything is completed by the target. Where else would you use Cole’s weapons, right?
Who’s it for?
Generally, it’s for anyone three and above who loves Lego sets.
There are really some people who just love anything Lego. This is for people who have an inner ninja.
True, it isn’t very noticeable in the room, but it still makes for a great addition for ninja-related collections.
In fact, this is a great gift for kids. People who genuinely appreciate extensive sets and awesome accessories would highly benefit from the LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost.
Overall, this is a good display despite its size because of the accessories with this Lego set.
There’s just so much to love about this ninja-inspired Lego set. It already is complete in itself, but can easily be augmented with other Ninjago Lego sets.
One of the greatest concerns before gifting Lego sets is how difficult it is to assemble. That’s not a concern with the LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost. The 10-page instructions manual it comes with is very easy to follow.
Nothing speaks customizability louder than the 45 elements and awesome weapons. Change the weapons according to what would fit the battle with no problem. With this set, you can endlessly reinvent Cole, the minifigure.
- It is pretty small
Compared to other sets, this is pretty miniscule. Depending on who you ask, this may or may not be an issue.
- It may not be cost-effective
For its price, you may be expecting something bigger. However, if this isn’t a concern at all, this Lego set is totally worth it.
If you want something bigger, I’d recommend the LEGO Ninjago Turbo Shredder 2263.
This is a pricier alternative, but it compensates with its size. If you’re tight on budget, you’d love the LEGO Ninjago 70733 Blaster Bike Building Kit.
It also comes with minifigures, and the blaster bike is relatively big.
The good thing about Lego sets is there isn’t a real alternative product. Thus, everything you buy is an addition to your collection. Knowing that, the LEGO Ninjago Training Outpost is still worth your every penny.