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LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent Polybag (40019) Review

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I was at my local LEGO store today and saw the LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent Polybag (40019) on sale and thought it would be a nice little pickup. The polybag contains 59 pieces and normally retails for $4.99 but I got it for $3.98. It was released in 2011 around the same time as the Easter Seasonal polybags.

LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019) LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019)
LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019)

Build

The build was extremely simple and straightforward considering there aren’t that many pieces in the set. As you can see, most of Brickley is green and he is comprised of the the head and the neck, two humps from the body, and the tail. It has two printed eye 1×1 bricks and a lot of sloped bricks to create his serpenty look.

LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019) LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019) LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019) LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019)

Results

Overall, Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019) is pretty cute novelty polybag. It is very recognizable and looks similar to the larger version you may find at various LEGO attractions. It can also double up as the Loch Ness Monster, although not a very scary looking one. Has anyone seen the movie The Water Horse? Again, it was on sale at my local LEGO store since it’s almost about to reach its EOL and plus it makes a great stocking stuffer or party gifts. Also on a side note, the blue plates in the images are not included. I just used to to simulate water.

LEGO Seasonal Brickley The Sea Serpent (40019)

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