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LEGO Classic Creative Fantasy Universe (11033) Revealed

LEGO has recently put up a new product listing for an upcoming March 2023 Classic set with the Creative Fantasy Universe (11033). It has 1,800 pieces and will retail for $89.99. The set features parts that can be used to build fantasy things like a dragon, unicorn, and sea serpent. There’s also references to the original Castle sets like the knights and the wizard Majisto. You can pre-order the set today and it will ship on March 1.

With 1,800 bricks and 3 magical realms, LEGO® Classic Creative Fantasy Universe (11033) is bursting with make-believe, medieval fun, captivating characters and mythical creatures.

A brick bonanza for big imaginations
Kids aged 5 and up can create 3 enchanting realms using 1,800 bricks in a rainbow of colors, including gold, silver and opalescent elements. One bag of bricks lets children build a knight, a knight on horseback and a dragon sitting on a pile of gold. Another bag includes a buildable cloud castle, wizard, magical mushroom and a winged unicorn. More bags contain bricks for a smiling sea serpent, mermaid and a toy pirate ship complete with cannons, a skeleton, goblin and a frog. Wherever kids’ imaginations take them, printed and digital (via the LEGO Builder app) instructions get them started quickly.

LEGO Ideas Where’s Wally/Waldo? Achieves 10,000 Supporters

Where’s Wally/Waldo? by Iyan Ha is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. Using 2,159 pieces, the build recreates scenes from six Where’s Waldo books.

The project joins Dr. Seuss and LEGO, Sweet Honey, The Botanical Garden, The Crown – A Piece of History, Stargate SG1: Embarkation Room, Roscosmos Soyuz MS Spacecraft, Motorized Howl’s Moving Castle, The Stargate, Medieval Seaside Market, Brick Boulevard, Retro Comic Store, Shrek’s Swamp – 20th Anniversary, Baby Green Sea Turtle – Kinetic, Humpback Whale, Shrek’s Swamp, Brooklyn Nine-Nine: 99th Precinct, LED Lamp, Bricks Coffee, Ogel Creek Saw Mill, Hollow Knight: Forgotten Crossroad, LEGO Godzilla, Claus Toys, and Twilight: Cullen House as the ones to reach the Third 2023 Review Stage.

LEGO Ideas Twilight: Cullen House Achieves 10,000 Supporters

The Twilight: Cullen House by LobsterThermidor is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. The 2,995 piece build features a modern contemporary house that is filled with details from the Twilight movies. It also proposes minifigures of Bella, Edward, Carlisle, and Jacob in his human and brick-built werewolf form.

The project joins Dr. Seuss and LEGO, Sweet Honey, The Botanical Garden, The Crown – A Piece of History, Stargate SG1: Embarkation Room, Roscosmos Soyuz MS Spacecraft, Motorized Howl’s Moving Castle, The Stargate, Medieval Seaside Market, Brick Boulevard, Retro Comic Store, Shrek’s Swamp – 20th Anniversary, Baby Green Sea Turtle – Kinetic, Humpback Whale, Shrek’s Swamp, Brooklyn Nine-Nine: 99th Precinct, LED Lamp, Bricks Coffee, Ogel Creek Saw Mill, Hollow Knight: Forgotten Crossroad, LEGO Godzilla, and Claus Toys as the ones to reach the Third 2023 Review Stage.

LEGO Final Fantasy VII Contest Announced

Square Enix has announced that they are doing a LEGO contest to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. They are asking what Final Fantasy VII setting do you want to see build in LEGO and there are four choices which include Aerith’s House, Honeybee Inn, Sector 5 Slums Church, and Water Tower Nibelheim.

FF7 is my favorite RPG of all time and I would like to see the slums church in LEGO form but my hearts goes to Aerith’s house. If I’m guessing, the build will most likely be created by a LEGO Certified Professional. It doesn’t look like there will be any official sets based on the game but as a fanatic, it’ll be cool to see anything FF7 in LEGO.

LEGO Friends Global Events Announced

During February and March, LEGO fans can enjoy some events to celebrate the new LEGO Friends line. There’s a number of events throughout the world that you can attend for free which you can check out below.

• Discover LEGO Friends: Spin the wheel and find out more about one of the eight new LEGO Friends characters, then build a set that aligns with that character’s passions before proudly displaying it in-store
• LEGO Friends Skate Ramp: On select dates in February, come in-store to create a LEGO Friends Skate Ramp – that you can also take home to play with your friends
• LEGO Friends Character Creator: In March you can design and customise your own LEGO Friends character
• The LEGO Friends Bedrooms: Four of the new LEGO Friends bedroom sets will be on display for visitors to play with and customise
• For more information about LEGO Friends activities happening near you visit www.lego.com/stores and search for your local store.
• Meet the LEGO Friends – In giant brick form at [Westfield Forum des Halles, Paris from 18-26th February / Westfield Mall of the Netherlands, The Hague from 27th February – 5th March / Reim Arcade, Munich, Germany from 20th-24th February / El Triangle Arcade, Barcelona, Spain from 20th-25th February / Sawgrass Mall, Florida, USA from 20th-26th February / Glendale Galleria, California, USA from 20th – 26th February / West Edmonton Mall, Alberta, USA from 20th – 26th February / Mall of America, Minnesota, USA from 20th – 26th February]. Capture a photo … Continue

LEGO Marvel Doctor Strange’s Interdimensional Portal (30652) Polybag Available at Target

The new LEGO Marvel Doctor Strange’s Interdimensional Portal (30652) polybag is now available for purchase at Target. It costs $4.99 and you can get a maximum of three polybags per order. If you use your RedCard, you can save an additional 5% as well. You can also see if the nearest Target carries them in-store using the pickup option.

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