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OverviewLego Elves - Emily Jones & the Baby Wind Dragon
Lego Elves - Emily Jones & the Baby Wind Dragon is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WilliamMcCarty from Great Set Elves sets are one of my favorite contemporaneous Lego sets. They look great and have some exclusive pieces that are really cool. I bought this to a friend of mine and she loved it. To see her so happy about it made my day. I can only point one flaw. The egg is hard to open and kids will struggle. Besides that is an amazing set with lots of potencial for those who will start entering this land of magic and dragons, and also for those who want to create an enchanted world.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by Soupperson from Strange build but still fun This set's build is kind of weird, it's just a piece of foliage. That said I think it's still pretty enjoyable. I like how there's a place to hold the egg. The play feature is a bit lame, because it doesn't really do much but it's a nice effort. Since the build is so weird it's constructed of several nice pieces, I highly recommend looking up the parts inventory for this set. I really love Flame, she has a lovely mould and I love the colour scheme. Emily is a great figure, her face really improved this year and the proportions are a lot better. It's a shame Emily's outfit is the same as in three other sets, but we can't have everything. I would especially recommend this to non Elves fans as they wont have an Emily or a baby dragon mould. It's not a must buy for Elves fans except if you want to collect all the baby dragons, otherwise I imagine you all ready have this Emily and the build isn't really displayable.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by LegoGirlBeforeFriendsLine from Fun with some modification When I was working on this build, I noticed a flaw in the execution of the moving lilypad. On page 10, I saw that I had to thread the black piece through the blue special plate and attach the cone to the round end of the black rod. I showed it to my dad, with whom I played Legos many moons ago. He couldn't figure it out. For any of you who got that misprint, my fix was to put the round end of the rod in one side of the plate, the gray rod in the other, put the gray bricks on either side and then the cone on the long end of the black rod. It looks like Lego fixed the typo, so that's good. Besides that fix, I also added Olivia's hair from the Exploration Car to the Emily Jones doll because I wanted a wavy-haired Emily Jones doll (center). Other than those fixes, I enjoyed the set. (From left to right: 2015 Emily Jones with the default braid, this set's Emily Jones with Olivia's hair, and the Olivia doll with this set's Emily braid)
Date published: 2016-05-05