LEGO Ninjago Temple of Light Review (LEGO)

What It Is

With the 565-piece LEGO Ninjago Temple of Light building set, kids can awaken the golden mech at the Temple of Light. Take Sensei Wu and Lloyd, the golden ninja, deep into the Temple of Light. Sneak past Lord Garmadon and his minions to put the four elemental blades (fire, ice, lightning, and earth) in place at the heart of the temple. Unite their elemental powers to awaken the golden mech for the final battle. The temple features a ladder and a trap door. The golden mech features poseable limbs, an adjustable hat, a cockpit with space for a minifigure, and a large golden sword. Additional weapons include a spear, ninja sword, two sai, a crossbow with quiver, Lord Garmadon's staff, Sensei Wu's golden staff, katana, and a golden mech sword. Five minifigures are included: Lloyd, Lord Garmadon, Sensei Wu, a scout, and a swordsman.

Is It Fun?

The LEGO Ninjago Temple of Light building set continues the LEGO Ninjago storyline and offers lots of imaginative play possibilities for Ninjago fans. There's a lot of action built into this set, and kids will have a hand in building that action. This set is great for open-ended, narrative-based play.

Who It’s For

The LEGO Ninjago Temple of Light building set is for ages 8–14. It will appeal most to kids who are engaged in the Ninjago story.

What To Be Aware Of

Because of this set's large piece count, it might take you between 2.5 and 3.5 hours to assemble, depending on your LEGO building skills. No matter how long it takes you to build, remember that building is part of the fun and play of LEGO.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy