LEGO has recently released one of the largest LEGO Disney minidoll sets with The Enchanted Treehouse (43215) which has 1,016 pieces and retailing for $159.99.
This set can be considered the ultimate LEGO Disney minidoll battle pack set because it contains a whopping 13 characters including Alice, Belle, Jasmine, Mirabel, Moana, Mulan, Pocahontas, Raya, Tiana, Tinker Bell, Wendy, Anna, and Elsa.
Alice is in her classic blue and white dress with some metallic blue accents on the torso. She has a magnifying glass as an accessory.
Belle has on the yellow dress that she had on during her dance with the Beast. Her accessory is a book with the printed Once Upon a Time page.
Jasmine has the blue Arabian outfit that was in a majority of Aladdin. Her accessory is a lute or an oud.
Mirabel has an extremely detailed blouse and teal skirt which is similar to the movie version. Her accessory is a brick-built accordion.
Moana has her red leaf crop top with the details going down to her legs. Her accessory is a paddle.
Although Mulan had multiple outfits, the minidoll has her in the light green and yellow Hanfu with the blue wrap. Her accessory is the bow and arrow.
Pocahontas has on her tan dress that goes over one shoulder. Her accessory is a printed compass tile.
Raya has on the yellow wrapping shirt with the brown vest and olive green pants. Her accessory is her sword.
Tiana has the more recognizable look with the green and yellow dress. Her accessory is a lantern.
Tinker Bell is in her classic look with the green dress and miniskirt. She does have a plastic cutout for her wings that goes around her neck and waist.
Wendy has a blue dress with some metallic desig patterns on both sides of the torso.
This version of Anna has her in her black dress with brownn patterns. She also has a magenta and purple cape. Her accessory is some sort of ice cream.
Lastly, we have Elsa who is in her iconic blue dress. She does have a glitter cape that goes around her neck. Her accessory is a vine made of ice.
The Enchanted Treehouse itself is hade up of two sections. The larger area is three stories tall and the highest level has a bedroom area with a balcony. To enter, there’s a secret door in the middle that opens up to reveal a spiral staircase. The larger bedroom has a bulletin board and a couch/sofa that uses stickers which are an abundance in this set.
Below that is a spot to store a training dummy.
The lower level has a kitchen/bar area to make some fruit juices.
The opposide side of the section has a little bedroom with a stickered bookcase. Above that is a little observation deck with a telescope that can spin.
The smaller section of the treehouse is more of a play area that has a slide over a waterfall. Inside the waterfall is a cave with treasure chest along with a treasure map.
The area next to it has a spinny plate that you can turn on the backside.
The last feature is the slide that connects the two sections. A minidoll can hold the curvy flower and it can slide down from one side to the other.
Although not a build that is connected to the treehouse, there’s a canoe that can fit two minidolls.
Overall the LEGO Disney The Enchanted Treehouse (43215) is a very expensive set in which the price is mostly made up of the 13 minidolls. If LEGO made sets that had all of these character in separate sets, it’ll probably cost two times more in total to get all of them so it seems like a bargain even though it’s still pretty pricey. The set itself has a decent amount of playability to it that kids can enjoy.
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