LEGO Ninjago Destiny’s Bounty Review (LEGO)

What It Is

Fans of LEGO's Ninjago know that it tells the story of an epic battle between good and evil where forces use the lost art of Spinjitzu to battle. LEGO has done an incredible job expanding this world into characters, expanded storylines, and outstanding products. Destiny's Bounty is a 648-piece model ship that converts to a jet-powered flying ship. The ship also includes a box of hidden treasure with two diamond-esque pieces, an anchor that can be raised and lowered, and a cannonball shooter with four cannons. It also includes the Hypnobrai snake shrine and golden Hypnobrai staff, one of the icons of power in Sensei Wu's ongoing struggles against the ninja skeletons. The set also includes six highly collectible minifigures: Kendo Jay, Kendo Zane, Lord Garmadon, Skales, Slithraa, and Sensei Wu. Accessories include two golden daggers, a big spear, a bo staff, two sai, a golden serrated blade, four ninja swords, four crossbows, and ninja claws.

Is It Fun?

Destiny's Bounty captures the imagination LEGO has built into the entire Ninjago line. Kids can have a great time building the set and engaging in hours of open-ended, narrative-based play. This is an outstanding set that will be a must-have for any Ninjago fan.

Who It’s For

LEGO Ninjago Destiny's Bounty is for ages 8–14.

What To Be Aware Of

Because of the high piece count, it will most likely take you a few hours to put together this set. The included assembly booklet provides step-by-step instructions that guide you through the building process. No matter how long it takes you to build, remember that part of the fun of LEGO is in the building.

The cannonball shooter doesn't stay in place very well.

The ship measures about 16 inches long, 10 inches tall, and 11 inches wide.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy