We’re down to the last few sets for our reviews of the LEGO DREAMZzz sets and in this review, we’ll be checking out the Stable of Dream Creatures (71459). It has 681 pieces and retails for $79.99.
There are four minifigures of Izzie, Zoey, Cooper, and Mrs. Castillo as well as Z-Blob and two Dreamling Mushrooms. Izzie has on an orange shirt with some armor going across the chest. Her double-sided head shows her with smiles on both sides. Her hair uses a marbled purple and and pink hair. She has a brush as an accessory. This plain version of Izzie is exclusive to this set.
Zoey has on the dark blue and purple rogue-ish outfit with lots of details on both sides of the torso. Here double-sided head shows her with a smile on one side and a smirk on the other. This version of Zoey has been used before but this one is just plain with no armor. Her accessory is a pitchfork.
Cooper has in his red racing suit that we’ve seen before. Nothing is different with him and he does have the blue belt as well. His double-sided head shows him with a stern look on one side him sleeping on the other. His accessory is a shovel.
Mrs. Castillo is also a repeat character where her body is one molded piece which has the backpack molded on as well. Her double-sided head shows smiles on both sides. Her accessory is a different hourglass staff, this one with the green gem.
Z-Blob has the small green body similar to the Dreamlings. The head has two eyes with the transparent ooze piece that goes over it.
Lastly, we have the two Dreamling Mushrooms who have spots all over the head and has the purple caps.
About 99% of the build is in the stable itself while the rest goes into deer. The front of the stable has a very bright color scheme with the teal wall, orange roof, and green plants throughout.
At the center, there’s a working windmill by turning the knob in the back of the house. It uses a simple gear mechanism that goes in the middle of the room and it seems that LEGO is doubling it up as a mill. Usually LEGO likes to cover up the gears but here, they are leaving it in the open.
The other parts of the house include a small kitchen and a seating area. The other side of the stable has a feeding area for the deer.
On top of the stable and around the sides are various colorful plants. These will be used later for the deer during the rebuilding.
Speaking of the deer, it has a green and white color scheme and has hinges for the legs. There’s nothing too special here. The alternate builds here is the flying pegausus and the forest guardian.
The flying pegausus uses a lot of the blue parts for the wings and flowers on the antlers. When you switch over to the forest guardian, the blue parts are now plants and trees on the stable and it now has the magenta flowers on the antlers and legs.
Overall, the LEGO DREAMZzz Stable of Dream Creatures (71459) is just an okay set that is marred with a rather higher price point. The stable itself isn’t too bad but there’s not much playability besides the windmill and the deer. The deer transformation also isn’t too flashy either as you just change out some of the parts for the antlers and on the sides of the legs.
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