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== Gallery ==
== Gallery ==
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8057 Set.jpg|The set in its entirety.
8057 Set.jpg|The set in its entirety
4180162824_04cdddd899.jpg|The Wreck Raider.
4180162824_04cdddd899.jpg|The Wreck Raider.
4180163012_c1e40daa9f.jpg|The minifigures.
4180163012_c1e40daa9f.jpg|The minifigures.

Revision as of 19:33, February 25, 2011

LEGO → System → Atlantis
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8057 Wreck Raider was released in November 2009[1] as part of the LEGO Atlantis theme. It includes a Mini-Sub with 2 Flick-Fire Missiles, 64 pieces, the Squid Key, and a Captain Ace Speedman and Shark Warrior Minifigures. The main feature of the set is the vehicle, and the main colour of the set red.


The set includes the Wreck Raider as the vehicle of the set. It includes two Part 85940s, or Technic Beam 2 with Handle, as the flick-fire missiles. The flick-fire missiles have two Part 30192s, or Minifigure Tool Grappling Hook, on the top of two lime green Part 3062bs, or Brick 1 x 1 Round with Hollow Stud. The entire vehicle is built upon a gray Part 30360, or Cylinder 3 x 6 x 2 2/3 Horizontal. The back motors can rotate at a 360 degree angle. On the sides are two flags for move faster. Description This is a description taken from Do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

Capture the blue treasure key from the Shark Warrior!

While exploring the ocean aboard his high-speed scooter sub, the deep-sea diver has found one of the treasure keys leading to the sunken city of Atlantis! But will the Wreck Raider’s twin turbines and flick-launching harpoons be enough to defeat the trident-wielding Shark Warrior and capture the blue key? Includes Shark Warrior with trident and deep-sea diver minifigures.

  • Set includes Shark Warrior minifigure and diver minifigure.
  • Collectable blue Atlantis treasure key included!
  • Measures over 3" (8cm) long!

Minifigures included


Notes and References

  1. 1.0 1.1 This set has been found randomly at several Toys-R-Us stores around the beginning in November 2009, however, this set was not part of an early promotion by LEGO.
  • The Shark Warrior does not have the correct key for his species.

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