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LEGO ® - Ninjago - Destiny’s Bounty - 9446
- Sail into an epic battle on board Destiny’s Bounty!
- Transform Destiny’s Bounty into a flying ship!
- Includes 6 minifigures
OUR PRICE: $129.95
Shipping: FREE DELIVERY on orders over $99
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Sail into an epic battle on board Destiny’s Bounty!
On a dangerous journey aboard Destiny’s Bounty, an ancient shipwreck, Sensei Wu and the ninjas have located the powerful golden Hypnobrai staff deep inside of the secret snake shrine. As they land the flying ship in the water to seize the staff, Zane and Jay get a scaly surprise from Hynobrai General Skales and his accomplice warrior, Slithraa. Sensei Wu fires the ship’s cannon into the battle until his ancient enemy, Lord Garmadon, appears. Can Sensei Wu protect the Ninjago treasures on board without the help of the ninjas? Choose your battle in an epic showdown where the fate of the Ninjago world hangs in the balance! Includes 6 minifigures: Sensei Wu, Kendo Zane, Kendo Jay, Lord Garmadon, Skales and Slithraa; Destiny’s Bounty ninja ship, snake staff shrine, golden Hypnobrai staff and 16 weapons.
- Includes 6 minifigures: Sensei Wu, Kendo Zane, Kendo Jay, Lord Garmadon, Skales and Slithraa
- Features Hypnobrai snake shrine and golden Hypnobrai staff
- Weapons include: 2 golden daggers, big spear, bo staff, 2 sai, golden serrated blade, 4 ninja swords, 4 crossbows and ninja claws
- Transform Destiny’s Bounty into a flying ship!
- Fire the cannon shooter with 4 cannonballs!
- Protect the secret treasure on board at all costs!
- Stow the ninja weapons in the ship’s weapon racks!
- Launch the working anchor when you reach the shrine!
- Measures over 16” (43cm) long, 10” (26cm) tall and 11” (30cm) wide
- BrandLEGO (view all products by LEGO)
- Character/ThemeLEGO Ninjago
- Age Group8 years +
- 684 Pieces
- This product contains small parts
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Ole Kirk Christiansen, born in 1891, was a carpenter from Billund, Denmark. He began making wooden toys in 1932. In 1934 he named his company "Lego" originating from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play-well".
By 1947 Lego expanded its production to plastic toys and in 1949 Lego started manufacturing the now famous interlocking bricks. They called them "Automatic Binding Bricks". The original design was based on the patent of Kiddicraft Self-Locking Bricks. However Ole Kirk discovered that the quality of the locking mechanist was not as good as was hoping for. Lego then modified the design and started producing the blocks.
In 1954 Godtfred Kirk Christiansen, the son of Ole Kirk became the junior managing director of the Lego Group. He then realised the potential of the LEGO systems and pointed out its weaknesses at the time. He believed that the current systems were not versatile enough and the more overseas presence was required for the company. At 1:58pm on January 28, 1958 the modern Lego brick was patented. It took another 5 years to find a suitable material to produce the bricks from. All bricks from 1958 design are still compatible with current ones today.
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