I’m so used to posting Ninjago episodes on Thursdays I don’t know what to do with myself. LOL! Anyhow, at the end of the last episode of Ninjago, Cartoon Network showed the first trailer of LEGO Legends of Chima – I thought to share that with you guys here so we can all discuss it instead of lamenting about the end of Ninjago. One legend is over and a new one begins… behold the Legends of Chima!
Below is the trailer for LEGO Legends of Chima. Not very long, but it still gives us some hints and clues about the overall story and characters. (You can read more about the LEGO Legends of Chima story-line here: LEGO Legends of Chima Sets Pictures!)
I’m very hopeful for Legends of Chima. First of all it is created by the same team that was working on Ninjago. That could only mean good things. I know a lot of Ninjago fans are upset that the Ninjago saga is over, but I would suggest giving Chima a chance. In some ways it is a continuation of Ninjago as the same team created it, and it also gives us a fresh story. Also, it is likely that it will be even better as the designers learned a lot from the Ninjago experience, having a chance to perfect their skills.
We have already discussed the first wave of LEGO Legends of Chima sets (see: LEGO Legends of Chima: The Story Revealed), and I have also heard rumors that larger sets are also coming later in 2013. Things like a lion-castle (maybe something like what you see on the first picture?) and an eagle-fort. That would be awesome! And how about a crocodile-lair as shown in the trailer? Wouldn’t that be awesome?
I really like the nature-fantasy blend of Legends of Chima. It also carries over the idea of both flying and ground vehicles from Ninjago.
Legends of Chima will also have large versions of at least some of the characters also called constraction figures (Construction + Action = Constraction - a term used by LEGO for large action figures) as the animals seems to be able to transform to a huge form when they use the power of chi.
There is also going to be a LEGO Legends of Chima game called Speedorz, based on interesting animal-shaped bikes powered by ripcords and given various challenges. (You can see all the Speedorz game-sets here: LEGO Legends of Chima Sets Pictures!)
So what do you think? How do you like LEGO Legends of Chima after seeing the trailer? I would love to hear your thoughts, especially if you are a Ninjago fan! Also, have you noticed other interesting of hidden details that may give us more clues about the story and the character? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss below!
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- LEGO Legends of Chima: The Story Revealed…
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