Beginning with the heroic Ninja Tuner Car, this set includes 419 pieces, instructions, and minifigures of Scott, Digi Kai, and two Red Visors; all minifigures also include accessories. Assembly on the kit took us approximately 50 minutes. Noted features include the ability to open up the "wings" to convert it into flight mode.
Next, the Empire Dragon is a 286 piece set, also included are instructions, and minifigures of Digi Kai, Digi Lloyd, and Unagami; all minifigures include accessories. Assembly took us approximately 30 minutes, and resulted in a highly articulated dragon.
Finally, the Empire Temple of Madness set clocked in at 810 pieces and a build time at roughly one hour and 15 minutes for us. Included in this sprawling setpiece are instructions, and minifigures of Digi Lloyd, Digi Cole, Unagami, Sushimi, and a Red Visor; all minifigures include accessories.
Absolutely! The Temple set in particular truly feels like a "final boss battle" from a video game brought to life; details like the side rooms on the upper levels to the Key-tana activated doors - which lead to an appropriately villainous swiveling throne for Unagami - make this a fantastic playset to complement the entire line.
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