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Hoth Bricks are saying this is going to be a 2017 D2C exclusive and the largest Minecraft set so far. Probably a 2H release.

http://www.hothbricks.com/lego-minecraft-teasing-plus-gros-set-de-gamme/

Bricksets have put up the box details and it is a big boy. 58x48x17 cm 5kg ie Death Star size!

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15 minutes ago, Haay said:

I guess Lego Minecraft sells better than we knew, and good enough for Lego to take the plunge and produce a big expensive Minecraft set!

I know the smaller sets do well, already out of Ender Dragons and the Mine did well over the last 2 Christmases. Don´t think The Village is a super seller though and have doubts about these massive Ninjago and Minecraft playsets.

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A charged Creeper and a little bat, neat. There must be many play features to go with the ton of parts. I imagine the beefy instructions to have plenty of inspirational side builds too.

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Looks like it's easily 2500-3000 pieces. I'm expecting a full Mine on the back, judging from the tracks and the Mine shaft supports on the left.

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I wonder how it looks from behind. It still does not look anything special, just a way oversized simple play set.

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14 minutes ago, Val-E said:

Reminder of box stats:

Dimensions

58.2 x 48 x 17 cm
(22.9 x 18.9 x 6.7 in)

Weight 5.09Kg (11.21 lb)

 

so Assembly Square/Death Star size of the box.

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29 minutes ago, Val-E said:

Reminder of box stats:

Dimensions

58.2 x 48 x 17 cm
(22.9 x 18.9 x 6.7 in)

Weight 5.09Kg (11.21 lb)

 

 

13 minutes ago, Shewie said:

so Assembly Square/Death Star size of the box.

Weight of 10188 (no weight on BL yet for 75159) is 8kg, for 4000 bricks. So 5kg is 5/8 * 4000 = 2500 pieces. Right what I estimated :)

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1 minute ago, Phil B said:

 

Weight of 10188 (no weight on BL yet for 75159) is 8kg, for 4000 bricks. So 5kg is 5/8 * 4000 = 2500 pieces. Right what I estimated :)

but the minecraft blocks are tad bigger than usual brick from SW themed sets. That's why it's hard to estimate the amount comparing straight those two :)

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if the set is 10lbs, it should mean a lot of bricks and plates.

1 hour ago, Val-E said:

Reminder of box stats:

Dimensions

58.2 x 48 x 17 cm
(22.9 x 18.9 x 6.7 in)

Weight 5.09Kg (11.21 lb)

 

 

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