Lego Minecraft 21115 The First Night Review
Lego 21115 The First Night is the second official release from the Lego Minecraft series. It was released in October 2014, and includes a building with its own pigsty, a pig, and two characters: Steve and a Creeper.
On the outside, it looks pretty much the same as another build from the same theme: The Farm . Theres actually an awesome surprise that connects both this build and the Lego 21114, and this will be shown at the back of the instruction booklet, which we will be discussing in a while.
Meanwhile, the back side of the box shows you how all of the sets in the entire series tie up together, along with the accompanying hinges and details from the inside. The box in itself is already on the heavy side Heavier than we first expected it to be, when we first lifted it. One of the reasons for this is that the 21115 is filled with lots and lots of 2 x n basic bricks, and accompanying large plates.
Yet another reason is that all of the instructions for the build have been printed on a much better quality, and weighs a bit heavier than the typical instruction manual. The pages are all printed on glossy paper and have a card-like thickness to it. If we were to make an estimation, we would say that its probably 100 GSM.
The three brick bags have numbers on them, making the entire building process so much easier.
There are three accessories that come with the 21115: Weapons like the sword, the pick axe, and the plain axe.
Lego The First Night Set 21115
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The Farm Cottage building kit is perfect for aspiring farmers! Its got all you need to get the farm in working order, including a 2-level house with a detailed interior plus carrot, wheat and beetroot patches, as well as an animal pen. It also comes with a whole host of Minecraft animals.
This creative set includes a range of minifigures that animal lovers will adore. It has multiple configurations meaning the fun never stops, and the donkey is always on hand to carry the food you harvest. This has 549 pieces making it perfect for younger kids.
- Size: 6 x 13 x 7
- Age Range: For ages 8 and above
- No. of Pieces: 549
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Toy Review ~ Lego Minecraft The First Night
Like most of the world my kids are obsessed with Minecraft. As a way to get them off the iPad, and playing together we bought them a couple Minecraft LEGO sets.
Lego has been making Minecraft Sets for a couple of years now, but the newer designs appeal more to my kids because they are created more they way they play the game.
For The Lego Minecraft First Night set builders must construct a shelter and enclosure to protect their livestock. And by builders, I mean my husband and I. We are the Lego builders here so I always make a video of us putting it together so they can watch it over and over again, which they love.
Builders must craft a bed, an oven and a chest before nightfall to avoid the hissing Creeper. This set includes a Steve minifigure, a Creeper, pig and a detailed book that shows you how to create the set you see on the box, and a couple variations of it.
The First Night set comes with a lot of classic blocks so its easy for kids to put together. There are some small pieces, but for the most part the set is created from the chunkier blocks, which make the project go together faster.
We love that each section was also designed in a modular fashion so kids can change things up to make the house their own much like online version.
My boys are in love with this set. At 408 pieces, it falls in the mid range for the collection, but it would make a great stand alone set for a Minecraft fan.
Check out the time lapse build video below!
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