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50011 The Battle of Helm's Deep is a LEGO Games set released in August 2013.

Description

The set is a games version of 9474 The Battle of Helm's Deep that includes 28 microfigures.

The game includes the following Lord of the Rings characters as microfigures:

LEGO.com Description

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Battle against your friends for Helm’s Deep™!

Defeat the enemy forces at the legendary Battle of Helm’s Deep™ with LEGO® Games The Lord of the Rings™! Play as Aragorn™, Legolas, Gimli™ and the people of Rohan, or side with the evil Uruk-hai™ Army of Isengard as you battle it out for control of the mighty fortress of the Hornburg at Helm’s Deep! For even more variety, change the game using the alternate rules or make up your own to create a truly unique LEGO Games experience. Includes 28 microfigures, including Aragorn, Haldir™, Eowyn™, Gimli, Legolas, King Théoden™, 4 Rohirrim™ swordsmen, Uruk-hai archer, 5 Uruk-hai Berserkers, Uruk-hai leader and 11 Uruk-hai swordsmen.

  • Includes 28 microfigures, including Aragorn, Haldir™, Eowyn™, Gimli, Legolas, King Théoden™, 4 Rohirrim™ swordsmen, Uruk-hai archer, 5 Uruk-hai Berserkers, Uruk-hai leader and 11 Uruk-hai swordsmen
  • Features buildable game board, buildable LEGO® dice, building instruction booklet, rules booklet and mission map with 3 missions
  • Includes cool details like fortress walls, inner keep and the tower
  • Climb the siege ladders and break through the defenses
  • Win the battle at the fortress!
  • Change the rules and create your own unique game
  • Game play approximately 15-35 minutes
  • For 2 or 4 players


Microfigures Included

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Notes

  • The LEGO Dice has the same pieces as the Heroica sets (except for the Heroica Shield, which is replaced by The One Ring).
  • Lurtz appears as a microfigure, although this event took place in the second film, whereas Lurtz died in the first film.
  • Eomer was missing from this set, as he had also take part in this battle and he had released in Minifigures form in the same scene.
  • This is the final LEGO Games set to be made before the theme was discontinued.

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