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The set includes 73 pieces, which are used to create 4 minifigures and a few other small builds. Two 1 x 2 Black plates with holes are included, with a 1 x 2 Transparent Red plate under them and a Silver Metallic ingot above them. This is used as a backpack for the Min-Droid.
Another larger jetpack build is given to the Nindroid Drone. This jetpack is built from a 1 x 2 Black angular plate, 1 x 2 Medium Stone Gray plate with shafts, another two 1 x 2 Black plates with holes, another Silver Metallic ingot, two Medium Stone Gray connector pegs, two 1 x 1 Transparent Red nose cones, two Black robot arms, and a Black nozzle.
The final build is a robotic chair built from a Silver Metallic parabolic ring, 2 x 2 Bright Red circle plate, another 1 x 2 Black angular plate, a Medium Stone Gray angular plate, a 2 x 4 Medium Stone Gray engine piece, another 1 x 2 Black angular plate, two final 1 x 2 Black plates with holes, another Silver Metallic ingot, a 1 x 2 x 2/3 roof tile with computer screen printing, six Black robot arms with White teeth connected to the parabolic ring as legs, and two arms built from a Black stub, fork, and wrench. In the wrenches are two Bright Red katanas. Various other extra pieces are added as well.
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Dedicated NINJAGO® fans will love to recreate thrilling action scenes from season 3 of the TV series with this cool LEGO® Golden Zane Minifigure Accessory Set (40374). An exclusive minifigure to this set, Golden Zane can be used by kids to role-play battles against a dangerous army of Nindroids and a unique crawler vehicle in the digital world of Digiverse. Kids are guaranteed to be entertained for hours as they escape into this exciting fantasy realm.
- Golden Zane and Legacy Min-Droid are exclusive to this set. The Nindroid Warrior is identical to the one in 71699 Thunder Raider except that it only has printing on one side of the head. The Nindroid Drone, minus its neck bracket, was also released in 112005 Cole vs. Nindroid.