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LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002)

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Product Description

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Protect the Dwarves from the Orcs in a flame-throwing treetop battle in this LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002) playset!

Having escaped the Goblins of The Misty Mountains, The Company of Dwarves come face to face with another terrible threat! Catapult the Dwarves into the leafy branches of the tall tree where they'll be safe as Yazneg™ and 2 Hunter Orcs arrive on Wargs and attack! When the Orcs try to burn the tree down, use the tree's magic flame shooter function to fight back.

The LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002) features:
  • 5 minifigures: Thorin Oakenshield, Bifur the Dwarf, Yazneg and 2 Hunter Orcs, all with assorted weapons
  • 2 Wargs, a tree, 2 campfires and 2 rock ledges
  • Tree features rotating sections and magic flame shooter function
  • Accessories include 4 large flame elements
  • Small rock ledge features catapult function
  • Includes 6 weapons: 2 swords, spear, bow with quiver and two axes
  • Catapult the Dwarves onto the tree to safety!
  • Shoot the flames with the tree's magic flame shooter function!
  • Featured for the very first time: LEGO Warg figures
  • Collect Thorin Oakenshield, Bifur the Dwarf and Yazneg exclusive to this building set!
  • Tree measures over 7" high, 7" wide and 4" long
  • Large rock ledge measures over 1" high, 5" wide and 2" deep
  • Small rock ledge measures over 0.5" high, 2" wide and 2" deep

Features

  • Contains 400 pieces

Additional Info

879051

08C6776B

673419188241

6022047

1.4 pounds

15.0 x 10.2 x 2.5

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Average Customer Rating:

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LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002)
 
4.5

(based on 45 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (28)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

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98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (6)
  • Creative (5)
  • Fun (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Imaginative play (7)
    • Older children (4)
    • Motor skills development (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (4), Yes (3)

    Most Helpful Positive Review

     

    Up into the tree

    Out of all the Hobbit sets this was my favourite. It has 5 minifigures and 2 really awesome Wargs. Minifigures: My favourite minifigure in the Hobbit theme is Thorin Oakenshield who has an...Read complete review

    Out of all the Hobbit sets this was my favourite. It has 5 minifigures and 2 really awesome Wargs. Minifigures: My favourite minifigure in the Hobbit theme is Thorin Oakenshield who has an extremely detailed torso with his blue fur coat and a belt filled with emeralds and sapphires. He has Kili's hair and his face has a normal expression and one that is yelling. His weapons are a shortsword and ax but I replaced his sword with a chrome greatsword to make it look more like Orcrist. The other dwarf is Bifur who has a detailed rubber hairpiece and beard with the ax piece embedded in his forehead. His weapon is a spear and his head has a smile and an angry expression. The antagonists included are 2 hunter Orcs and Yazneg who has a new armour piece and a bone axe. The hunter Orcs are the same as Mordor Orcs but have hairpieces and different legs. One carries an old sword and the other has a bow and quiver. The Wargs are extremely detailed and have poseable heads and jaws. They have saddles and removable brick pieces if a minifigure is not using them. The first part of the set is the rocky outcrop which has a skull and bone hidden beneath it. The outcrop is used by the white Warg as a perch. Next is the catapult which you can attach to the outcrop if you wish and it is used to launch the dwarves into the tree or to shoot rocks at our small heroes. The main part is the tree which can rotate so you can have it however you want. The first part has a gold nugget hidden in the trunk and there are new mushroom pieces on the ground. There are places to put the dwarves and the other play feature is the flame shooter which are used to keep the Wargs at bay. The final part of the set are the flames which can be placed under the tree to "burn" it. Here is my conclusion: Minifigures: 9/10 Wargs: 10/10 Set: 10/10 Pros: No stickers, Thorin, Orcs, Bifur, Wargs, tree, flames, rocky outcrop and catapult. Cons: No Azog the Defiler and could have included one more Warg. All in all it is a fantastic set and a must buy.

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    I got this set mainly to complete my collection, but I still expected it to be good. It fell far short of my expectations. While this set has Thorin Oakenshield in it, I'm...Read complete review

    I got this set mainly to complete my collection, but I still expected it to be good. It fell far short of my expectations. While this set has Thorin Oakenshield in it, I'm fairly sure they included him knowingit would provide motivation for unsure fans to buy the set. I doubt it was because this is an important scene for him because Azog isn't in it (Yazneg isn't in this scene). The tree hardly did anything. I know it can turn, but not only is it unrealistic, it doesn't work very well, and it will sometimes knock over a dwarf that is standing underneath a branch. On that note, the tree also has very few places for dwarves to stand. The only good part of the tree was the burning acorn shooters. They worked really well and shot really far. Those are the main reason that I didn't rate this two. Another highlight were the wargs. They were really cool and could be ridden or be on their own. They also had rubber tails and posable jaws. The hunter orcs were commonplace, merely mordor orcs with slightly different legs. Yazneg was pretty cool, mainly because of his shoulder thingy, though his not being in this scene made me have issues about him simply being in this set. The rock was a lot bigger than expected and looked pretty cool. I find it hard to believe that an orc can't simply walk from the rock up onto the tree, because the rock is so big, but I can hardly complain about that. The Bifur minifigure had cool hair, but the Thorin was dissappointing, I didn't feel the torso did justice to his awesome outfit in the movie. overall, the tree was really dissappointing, with an unrealistic top and not many functions, but the rocks were pretty cool, though admittedly LEGO should really have spent another 100 pieces on making the tree bigger so the rock would be smaller in comparison, as 50 dollars for a 400 piece set is highway robbery in my opinion I also think that they should have had a great eagle. I think you should only get this if you really want to complete a collection.

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    5.0

    Imaginative collection

    By Harried shopper

    from Kansas City

    About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Colorful
    • Creative
    • Durable
    • Easy To Assemble
    • Fun
    • Sturdy

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Imaginative Play
      • Motor Skills Development

      Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

      Tired of the same old legos?? This one is unique!

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      4.0

      Very creative

      By Mom of three

      from Tecumseh, MI

      About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Creative

      Cons

      • Difficult Assembly

      Best Uses

      • Imaginative Play
      • Older Children

      Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

      Though one of the more difficult sets to assemble, my 8 yr old son was eager to do it and was excited about the outcome. He did need my husband's help a few times. I don't see that as a negative thing because they spent quality time together. My only disappointment is that the set doesn't come with Gandalf or Bilbo. Those 2 characters had vital roles in that scene

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      5.0

      ATTACK!

      By LOTRNerd

      from Toronto

      Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

      I don't know what to say other than I REALLY like this set! The design of the tree is very cool, the ability to turn the different levels, shoot fire down and the overall look is great. I also really like the rock piece with the catapult for rocks and fire. The wargs look great standing on the rock piece. Speaking of the wargs..... hands down the best part! I love the moveable head and jaw, even the tail can move a little bit! They look ferocious and are of pretty good scale. The minifigs are also very nice, especially Yazneg and his accessories. As always LEGO creates perfection.... just pick this set up before it retires! Peace OUT! :)

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      4.0

      Great gift for Hobbit or Lego lovers

      By The spoiler

      from Pittsburgh, PA

      About Me Working Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Imaginative Play

          Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

          My 13 year old son had fun building the Lego and is having a lot of fun playing with it and the other lego's from the Hobbit sets. He's an only child and this is something he can have fun doing on his own.

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          • No

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          4.0

          ALL is well!

          By pete

          from fort worth,tx

          About Me Collector

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Creative
          • Fun

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Imaginative Play
            • Motor Skills Development

            Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

            I like the set very much!Though i feel some things could have been done differant with the set...I think to many pieces went into building the "ramp",seems a bit clunky maybe?"The catapult is exallent"(But i love the tree and how it rotates)i wish i could have gotten a eagle with this set,seeing as how this is the part where they have the best role in the book!?i hate haveing to buy a larger more expensive set just for the eagle!"Other than these things,all in all this set for the tree is awesome!"So"i bought a seprate lego eagle(lego CREATOR#3IN ONE=FIERCE FLYER)to sit ontop of my tree,and slightly changed the building steps to the top of tree!

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            • No

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            5.0

            Perfect gift

            By Monster Mom

            from hagerstown, md

            About Me Stay At Home Parent

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Creative
            • Durable
            • Easy To Assemble
            • Fun
            • Sturdy

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Imaginative Play
              • Motor Skills Development
              • Older Children

              Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

              Was the perfect gift for my son. He loved acting out the scenes from the movie.

              • Was this a gift?:
              • No

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              5.0

              Playing Time

              By GoblinPiercer

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

              This product includes 5 minifigures, 2 wargs, a giant tree, a mini rock catapult, and a rock outcrop. This set is a little frustrating to build, but it is definitely worth it! Playing with this set is very fun.

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              5.0

              OUT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE FIRE!

              By RoarkTheReviewer

              from Carlsbad

              Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

              ***Warning this Review might contain Spoilers if you have not seen the The Hobbit or read The Hobbit!*** I got this set for Christmas last year - so after almost a whole year here's my review! But before we get into the review too much let's go over some of the Pros. and Cons. Let's start with the Cons -which there are very few of- before we can get on with the good stuff! Cons. I think they should have made a new mold for Bifur's Spear so it looked more like it did in the movie! They should have made a new mold for Orcrist because the sword does not look like Orcrist, and they made a new mold for Sting so why not Orcrist? Some of the leaves on the tree move around quite a bit so watch our for that.... The set does not come with Azog so that's a bit of a bummer, but I'll talk more about that later on with the review.... That's about it for the Cons... Now for the Pros! Pros. No Stickers!.... No flick missiles!.... The Thorin minifigure is AWESOME! Great detail on him!.... Bifur is AWESOME! and has great detail too! I really like his hair piece.... Yazneg's face is very evil and Creepy looking, and he comes with a cool Coper/Bronze Bone Axe!.... The Sword Orc Hunter is great, but he's the same as the Archer Orc.... The set comes with a grey warg "that one's my favorite out of the two" and comes with a white warg - "Azog's warg".... Okay, so now that's been gone through, let's go over the rest! The tree can spin! At two parts of the tree - upper and bottom - you can shoot fire pinecones off it - just like in the book/movie! Also speaking of the fire pinecones, I really like the way they make them shoot. It's close to flick missiles but they WORK. You push on a small part on the back and it pushes off a fire pinecone! This set also comes with a little rock so you you can reenact the scene from the movie where Azog gets on the rock - "although Azog's not in the set you can still use Yazneg"! The rock also has a catapult made of stone made to shoot stone on the side of it! it works okay. I think the reason there's no Azog in this set is because of two things. Firstly, the set came out a bit before the movie, and it might have spoiled it for some people because "Azog is only mentioned in the book".... Secondly, while filming Azog looked like Yazneg, but then they changed his look afterwards "so lego most likely thy made him look like Yazneg and chose not to change it"..... The reason I put it's building difficulty as "challenging" is that I feel this set is better for older children/adults for two reasons. The tree is very detailed with parts sticking out and such so it might be challenging for younger kids to put together. Also, although it's fun to play with there's just not much there to play with..... Another thing that's GREAT is you can fit the entire company on here and Gandalf too! Thats FOURTEEN MiniFigures! Over all I think this set's AWESOME! Even if you're little and you might need some help making it - if your a fan of the Hobbit I suggest you get it! I hope this review helped!

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              5.0

              Exciting Christmas Gift

              By Renee the favorite grandmother!

              from Kaysville Ut

              About Me Grandparent

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              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Colorful
              • Creative
              • Durable
              • Fun
              • Sturdy

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Imaginative Play
                • Older Children

                Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

                Grandsons and granddaughters just love Legos. You just can't go wrong with them. Children love Legos and can spend hours setting them up and then more time playing with them.

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                • Yes

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                4.0

                A Very Good Tree

                By ciansolo8

                from Undisclosed

                Comments about LEGO The Hobbit Attack of the Wargs (79002):

                The play experience for this set is brilliant. The set is, in my opinion, overpriced for what is essentially a tree made into a set, however it is a very good tree. The tree twists, which is an interesting feature, and the wargs are brilliant. The minifigures are very good, although I don't know why Yazneg is in this. First I've never heard of him, and second, Azog is in this scene in the movie. The blue flames, are, yes, fire too. Gandalf (not in the set) makes fire of all colours in the film and book. A very good set, on all accounts, except for price.

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