Rated 4.9 out of 5★†by 37reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★†by catwarus The very best 'Lord of the Rings set' This set is great. Along with many movable parts, it comes with a few exclusive minifigures, including the mighty 'Goblin King'. It is fairly challenging in terms of construction and takes a long time, although it is very fun to build. I'm sure many customers would enjoy purchasing this product, as it has very good value for money, lots of minifigures, and movable and awesome parts. The bridge is quite cool, as well as the Goblin throne. Actually, everything about it is great! There are loads of skeleton heads, roughly 10, as well as other awesome bricks and weapons, with a golden crystal and lots of bones. This set is probably the best 'Lord of the Rings set' money can buy. 12/26/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★†by bilboswaggins "Who is so bold as to come armed into my kingdom?" When I first saw this set I thought 'wow', but I instantly knew the price level would be to high for me. After Christmas, and tedious months of saving up, I finally had enough. Now onto the minifigs...Goblin King: a very rare minifigure, this one is very similar in build to the cave troll. Although he is great for display, he is not too fun to play with and I found him gathering dust.Goblin scribe: A simple yet important figure, he is seen in the movie carrying a message from the king, and with his posable crane is a very nifty, smart character. The small legs are a nice addition to the goblin soldiers, and are accurate to the movie.Goblin Soldiers: A very essential part to any fortress, these soldiers are different to each other [one has a chained torso and one has a leather strap], which is unlike the new gundabad orcs, and so really brings the kingdom alive.Nori: An awesome figure, Nori has a unique star-hair mould which makes him one of my favourites.Ori: A rather ugly little figure, Ori is important to my Lego collection but not to this set, as there isn't anything really special about him:[.Dori: One of the figures in this set that really shows you the detail of the new range of Hobbit minifigs. He has a cool, red jacket, hair moulded into a bun and a sort of flail-chain thing. A great addition to any collection.Gandalf: A classic and vital character, Gandalf is important to rescuing the dwarves in this scene but is now very common, featuring in 7 sets [including lotr sets and Gandalf the White].The build itself took me a long time, but is an awesome terrain to hunt around. A cage with chain is a great way to capture the dwarves, and a falling bridge is movie-accurate. The excess of skulls, spears and torches means that I can accessorise this set, the Goblin Kings staff and other hobbit sets, so is perfect for any collector. I added 2 of my own bows and arrows to give to the goblins, and they now make nifty little hunters for my orc army:]Overall an 8/10, as the price is a little high, and maybe ★£70, ★£65 would be a good price level, but ★£80 is fine. 02/17/2014