Killow vs. Samurai XNINJAGO®
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Match Killow’s Oni Chopper against the Samurai X Mech in a battle for the Oni Mask of Deception, with this action-packed LEGO® NINJAGO® 70642 Killow vs. Samurai X set. The Oni Chopper features a spinning front saw blade, flip-out blades and detachable skateboards for Killow, while the posable blue Samurai X Mech has a dual stud shooter, spinning blade and a detachable Samurai X blade. This cool toy for kids also includes 2 minifigures and a big figure with weapons to bolster the role-play battles.
- Includes Samurai X and Jay minifigures, plus a Killow big figure.
- Oni Chopper features a driver’s seat for Killow, spinning front saw blade, 2 flip-out blades, 2 detachable skateboards and a storage compartment with a spiked baseball bat.
- Attach the skateboards to Killow's feet and skate into battle.
- Samurai X Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, posable arms and legs, gripping hands, dual stud shooter, spinning blade and a detachable Samurai X blade.
- Detach the Samurai X blade from the back of the mech and place it the mech’s gripping hand to attack.
- Killow big figure comes with a booster pack featuring 2 stud shooters, a booster and a flag element.
- Attach the Oni Mask of Deception transformation element to the Killow big figure to make him even more evil!
- Weapons include Jay's nunchucks and 2 katanas, and Samurai X's 2 katanas.
- Samurai X minifigure is new for January 2018.
- Recreate and role-play epic scenes from the NINJAGO® Masters of Spinjitzu TV show.
- Oni Chopper measures over 3” (8cm) high, 12” (32cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide.
- Samurai X Mech measures over 5” (15cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 3” (8cm) wide, and 8” (22cm) wide with arms spread.
- Killow big figure stands over 2” (6cm) tall.
- Killow's booster pack measures over 3” (8cm) high, 2” (6cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.
- December 29th, 2017Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0A Great Set!I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI got this early at toys r us! I was just going to get a set from the movie, when I saw this and bought it! I think that this set is very good, the figures are great and Killows bike is much larger in real life than it aappears on the box! The only problem I have with this set is that the Printing on the alternate face for Samurai X was very light, and I could hardly see the details on the forehead. Overall I really appreciate this set and think that it was fun to build and had a good price to part ratio!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty2.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 2 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Killow vs. Samurai X
- January 21st, 2018Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Samurai X has done it againBioscan |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI purchased this set on the 21/1 as part of the 2018 Sons of Garmadon Range. I will admit, I did this mainly for the Killow big-fig, as I have a rather large appreciation of orignial Lego big-fig designs, such as Dogshank and Killow. However, despite approaching the models with less than hopeful expectations they do have their pros. The Samurai X mech is built in a rather pleasantlyvaried construction style, utilising SNOT as well as regular construction, and the inclusion of several rare bricks in Lime green and Teal was welcome. The use of the cars hood for the cockpit was also good. The only major con I have with the mech is the weapons, which are quite tiny , with the spinning shield/gun being particularily disappointing. Additionally, the gold wing pack that can be detached as some sort of sword for the mech is rather odd, and does not look good at all; I have opted to make this permenantly part of the back decoration. Overall, though the mech is excellent, as it was no doubt designed more for play, which it succeeds at with its posability and stud shooters. The Oni bike is much, better in my opinion, with a rather accurate bike design (albeit with the red chainsaw) and in Purple, black and Red, it makes for a nice assortment of colors and pieces, both rare and common. Additionally, the storage for the baseball bat is convinient, and does not detract from the overall appeal. However, I for one am not a fan of the front chainsaw, as it sort of ruins the bike appeal. Others will disagree, but I opted to change it for one of the red hub caps from the Lego Batman movie barmobile to make it more, 'bikey' and less of a strange death machine combo. Also, the skateboards feel rather tacted on, but by opting to leave these off, you lose very little. Ovberall, though a very good SOG bike for thsi range. Finnally, the minifigures in the set. Jay is a nice, but ultimately forgettable variant of everyones favourite ginger (sorry, brown haired) ninja, utilising the new mask pieces in a good way. The inclusion of a double sided Samurai X head- with *Gasp* their identity is good, which i shall not spoil here. However, the star of the show is Killow, with a humoruously tiny head for his enormous body, and a good range of printing to comlete the look. Overall, I would thoroughly recommend the set to anyone, either for the builds or, like me, for the big fig and the color palette.Play Experience4.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Killow vs. Samurai X
- June 23rd, 2018Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0DisappointingI bought this set for my son, and after we put it together to play with, we discovered quite a few flaws with the design of both the Mech and the bike which make this set more frustrating than fun to play with. The removable Samurai X blade just sits on the back with nothing to hold it in. It works if the model is just sitting there to be looked at, but it becomes quite impractical when playing with it as the blade will immediately detach. There is no way to lock the blade on to the back, which is frustrating when actually trying to play with it. While the bike's front saw wheel does spin, it does not spin along with the back wheel but rather drags along the play surface. The entire bike must be tilted or lifted for the wheel to be spun. I was able to solve this by added a thin 1x4, a thin 1x4 axle, and small wheels to the underside of the front assembly. The small wheels stay fairly well hidden from site, the bike stays balanced, and at this height the blade will turn as the bike rolls along (adding another thin 1x4 will raise it completely from the play surface.) It's a total of 6 extra pieces, but they really could have been included to make this set so much nicer. Also, the place for Killow's feet to go on the bike is really poorly done, and while Killow can be put on the bike, it's not practical for play as he continually falls off. Overall, I've been feeling like Lego has been cutting corners lately with some of their sets, and this one only reinforces that idea in my mind. These models don't feel as solid as I would like, which is disappointing for a $50 set. If you're looking for a set to just build and look at as part of a collection, this is fine. But if you are looking for something to play with, you might want to skip this one as it's going to be frustrating.Play Experience2.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?25Killow vs. Samurai X