Brickiac Top 10 Part 2!

Hello everyone, Brickiac Claus here, and I’ve finally come with the 2nd half (and most likely best half) of the Brickiac top 10. We are now going to go over 5-1, the more wanted and popular Lego kits. I hope you enjoy, and let’s get started with…

 

 

 

 

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Number 5: Kit 21030: United States Capital Building

 

I can see how this one made it into the top ten. This kit is one of the biggest Lego Architecture sets you can get. It has 1032 pieces and has an age recommendation of 12 and up. Looking through the parts list, one can see why the age limit is set so high. The pieces in this kit are tiny and it has a lot of 1×1 white Bricks with an indented stud on one side. Those types of pieces are good for using as windows for a micro build like this one.

 

 

 

 

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Number 4: Kit 21137: The Mountain Cave

 

The fact that this kit made the list, let alone number 4, made me extremely excited. This Lego Minecraft kit has 2863 pieces and an age suggestion of 12 and up. It also comes with two Minifigures (Alex and Steve), 3 non-aggressive mobs, and 10 hostile mobs. The best parts about this kit is the super-charged creeper, the minecart system, and the slimes. The large slime in this Lego set can hold the two little slimes, so that way you could make it just as it is in Minecraft when you kill a slime, and it splits into tinier slimes. Of course, you don’t have to put the little slimes in the big one, it’s only there as a suggestion from Lego.

 

 

 

 

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Number 3: Kit 70620: Ninjago City

This kit is chock full of stuff to do, you can’t get bored with this one. It has 4867 pieces, 16 Minifigures plus 1 robot, and has an age suggestion of 16 and up because of how big this Lego set is. This set has 3 layers and an elevator to get the Minifigures to each layer. With a kit this big, it doesn’t surprise me that Lego added all these Minifigures to populate this chunk of the city.

 

 

 

 

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Number 2: Kit 71040: Disney Castle

 

This kit is one of the more complex Lego sets and is favored by many people, and because of all that, I’m a bit surprised this kit didn’t make number 1 on the list. This massive castle has 4080 Lego pieces, 5 Minifigures (not including the 2 statues), and an age recommendation of 16 and up. The Minifigures in this kit are Micky Mouse, Donald Duck, Mini Mouse, Daisy Duck, and Tinkerbell.

Now, for the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Number one is…

 

 

 

 

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Number 1: Kit 75192: Millennium Falcon

 

It’s no surprise that this Lego set made it into the Brickiac Top 10 list, as this kit is AWESOME. The Lego Millennium Falcon has been recreated 5 different ways in the Lego Star Wars timeline, and each one has had more pieces than the last. The first one had only 985 pieces whereas the new one has 7541 pieces, not to mention 7 Minifigures (not including BB8, the 2 porgs, and the Mynok), and an age suggestion of 16 and up. I can really see why the age suggestion is so high on this one, this space ship has more pieces than any other Lego kit, and is most likely the most complex. This set is not just a part of the new movie, The Last Jedi, bit it is also a trip down memory lane, taking you back into the stomach of that space monster in the original Star Wars saga.

 

 

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Well, I hope you have enjoyed the Brickiac top 10, thank you for reading, and I hope you have a very merry Christmas.

If you did enjoy this post and would like me to do another top 10 list, then slap that like button, and if you are new to the blog, then please follow my blog. Make sure to let me know which kit was your favorite in the list, and feel free to make a blog post request in the comments bellow. I love reading them.

Remember to have fun, have a happy holiday season, and build your imagination.

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