LEGO Ninjago will be continuing in 2022 and there’s already a rumored list of sets coming out of Promobricks. The most interesting one to me is the Ultra Combo Ninja Mech that gives me a Power Rangers feel with the ninjas’ mechs combined to make a large one. The smaller sets seem to sound like remakes of previous versions. Keep in mind, these aren’t confirmed until LEGO announces them or they show up at verified retailers.
Kai’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70688) – 32 pieces/9.99€
Jay’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70689) – 32 pieces/9.99€
Lloy’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70690) – 25 pieces/9.99€
Lloyd’s Ninja Mech (71757) – 57 pieces/9.99€
Jay’s Thunder Dragon EVO (71760) – 140 pieces/19.99€
Zane’s Power-Up Mech EVO (71761) – 95 pieces/9.99€
Kai’s Fire Dragon EVO (71762) – 204 pieces/29.99€
Lloyd’s Race Car EVO (71763) – 279 pieces/29.99€
Ninja Training Center (71764) – 524 pieces/39.99€
Ultra Combo Ninja Mech (71765) – 1,104 pieces/84.99€
Lloyd’s Legendary Dragon (71766) – 747 pieces/69.99€
Ninja Dojo Temple (71767) – 1,394 pieces/99.99€
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