Give LEGO® Super Mario™ fans a treat to help them create even more exciting levels. Collectible toy Character Packs – Series 2 (71386) each contain a mystery, buildable character with an action tag. There are 10 LEGO Super Mario characters to collect: Huckit Crab, Spiny Cheep Cheep, Ninji, Foo, Parachute Goomba, Para-Beetle, Poison Mushroom, Thwimp, Fly Guy and Bone Goomba. Each is designed to be used with the Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360), which is needed for interactive play.
There are instructions in each pack and on the free LEGO Super Mario app, which also has digital tools to make building extra fun, offers creative inspiration and is a safe platform for kids to share ideas.
LEGO Super Mario toy playsets make great gifts for kids, letting them join the hottest trend. Bringing a family-favorite character into the real world, the Starter Course, Expansion Sets and Power-Up Packs let builders expand and rebuild unlimited levels.
Add even more fun, interactive play to kids’ LEGO® Super Mario™ universe with Character Packs – Series 2 (71386). Each pack contains a mystery buildable character with an action tag.
10 unique LEGO® Super Mario™ toy characters to collect and play with: Huckit Crab, Spiny Cheep Cheep, Ninji, Foo, Parachute Goomba, Para-Beetle, Poison Mushroom, Thwimp, Fly Guy and Bone Goomba.
The Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360), featuring the LEGO® Mario™ figure, is needed for the full play experience. As LEGO Mario jumps on these characters, he reacts in various ways.
A collectible toy Character Pack makes a fun birthday or holiday gift or anytime treat for kids aged 6 and up, adding new possibilities to their LEGO® Super Mario™ universe.
Add these characters to the Starter Course, rearrange it and combine with LEGO® Super Mario™ Expansion Sets to create new solo challenges and competitions with friends and family.
Each pack comes with illustrated instructions to help kids build independently.
The free LEGO® Super Mario™ app also has building instructions, cool viewing tools to make building extra fun and more. For a list of compatible Android and iOS devices, visit LEGO.com/devicecheck.
LEGO® Super Mario™ toy playsets bring a family-favorite character into the real world. Fun for solo or group play, they offer unlimited creative challenges through expansion and rebuilding.
Ever since 1958, LEGO® components have met strict industry standards to ensure they are consistent and compatible for a simple, secure connection every time.
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Building each character takes 3 to 5 minutes. They are designed to be quickly assembled to play with as soon as possible. In addition to the fact that the characters are different from those of series 1, we notice the presence of a new base color that came out with the 2nd wave: swamp. Mario reacts every time he sets foot in it, it's very funny.
My son (3 years old) says he loves them all equally, not one of them a little less.
Poisonous Mushroom: it's the funniest thing when playing with Mario, it makes him dizzy. My son laughs every time. It's my favorite because it is not about gold coin. It has a negative effect that slows down our progress on the course and is funny at the same time.
Bone Goomba: it's our first one, it has nothing special in itself, but like all characters it's well done.
Ninji: Ours had a small defect in the impression of the face, it's hardly noticeable though. Since he's a ninja, we'll use his abilities to hide and jump to surprise Mario.
Thwimp: I think I'll take several of these!
Huckit Crab: Its clamp moves, it's the only little character apart from the Maskaches and Helicopter Maskache that can move an arm.
Fly Guy: Similar to Shy Guy except for the small propeller hat. His face is identical and his arms move the same way too.
Para-Beetle: I think I can imagine 3 of them at different heights to jump like on steps to reach a secret level.
Parachute Goomba: they are almost harmless unless you have several of them jumping to Super Mario at the same time. It is nice to use other bricks used for flowers, but I am for and against at the same time. My son didn't notice, but I wish all cables were attached to the top of the parachute.
Foo: In terms of gameplay, I really like the glass that comes down, it's very handy when Mario wants to jump behind the character's back.
Spiny Cheep Cheep: In terms of gameplay, I really like the descending window, which is very useful when Mario wants to jump behind the character's back.
I loved the first one, I bought more than 10 from the first series, but when I bought these, the update had not came out for the new series, so I couldn’t have the poisoned mushroom work and scan. I am kinda diapointed from this. I also saw that the scanner code for the gomba is the same for the ninji. Couldn’t they make a different code? I was disappointed with that issue from series 1 where the spiny and buzzy beetle have the same code and if you kill one you cannot fully kill the second. I also wish that the mystery enemies were not the only sets with paper instructions. Overall, my opinion is that both the first and second series are great, but need some minor improvements.
My 4 year old son and I were at the Lego store first thing this morning, and walked out with a ton of new Lego Mario products, including 5 of the series 2 blind bags. He loves anything Mario and anything lego, so it is a win win.
We collected all of the first series of these, and had great luck in not having to buy TOO many more than 10 to get all 10 of series one.
Neither of us are happy about buying 5 blind bags and in those 5, which were selected sequentially from a new box, having two duplicates!
Lego REALLY has dropped the ball here.