During the recent LEGO CON – which was the first such event organized by LEGO – LEGO Minecraft fans were asked to vote for a new Minecraft skin that will be included in a future LEGO Minecraft set scheduled for next year. There were three choices presented; Ninja, Warrior, and Ranger. Recently, LEGO announced on Twitter that the results of the poll are in, and the winner is the Ninja!
It’s interesting to note that LEGO already included a Ninja in the #21160 LEGO Minecraft The Illager Raid from last year. It’s actually a Minecraft skin version of Kai, the Fire Ninja from LEGO Ninjago. It might be worth getting the set before it retires, just so you can have two different LEGO Minecraft Ninjas! If you’re interested, the set is available at the LEGO Minecraft section of the Online LEGO Shop.
And while you’re there, you may want to take a look at some of the other recently released LEGO Minecraft sets. There are some really cool ones like the #21164 LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef with a puffer fish, the #21168 LEGO Minecraft The Warped Forest with a hoglin and two piglins with swords, the fun #21170 LEGO Minecraft The Pig House with a house shaped like a giant pig, and many more.
What do you think? Do you play Minecraft? And do you have any of the LEGO Minecraft sets? What do you think about the new Ninja skin? Did you participate in the poll? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
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I’m always surprised how well minecraft Lego is doing. I never hear afols talk about it. I suppose it’s popular with kids?
Yes super popular with kids from what u can tell. The game too.
Why can’t we have all three? I like the ninja, but I like the ranger and the warrior even more.
Maybe they will habe all three, but they wanted to see which one was the most popular and release that first. They have all three designs worked out, so there is a good chance the other two will be made too.
Haha! I have to get that pig house! By the way, Minecraft sets are the best way to get simple blocks. Most sets nowadays don’t include enough of them.
I do that all the time. Minecraft is a treasure chest of basic bricks in beautiful earth colors.
Personally, I feel I rarely have any use for 2x width bricks, and they tend to take up a lot of space, so unless they have particularly rare colors, I tend to sort them out and give as gifts to my nieces or put them in second sorting boxes on my mother’s place for visiting kids…
They work great as fillers for landscaping and such.
They’re good filler parts if you want to do really big builds, I guess, And if you want to do 3D builds such as mountains and hills, etc (although then, Duplo parts are better; they’re cheaper on BrickLink counting by size and you could build up a rough base a lot quicker). I guess it’s just not the kind of building that interests me much…
I often buy second hand bulk lots if I get a good deal and they include things such as spaceship parts or superhero minifigs as deal-sealers, so I often get a lot of filler parts I’m unsure of what to do with.
Recently I bought a Friends bulk, but found out that there was some white tack putty stuck to the rubbery hairpieces that was quite a hassle to remove fully. I tried green tall oil (pine oil) soft soap, but it barely worked, so I might try some Yes detergent next. (Seems that Yes is a local Scandinavian name, and it’s known as Fairy in the USA, though.)