Name: Attack on Ta Koro
The Rahkshi are attacking the city of Ta Koro! The mythical mask of light is hidden deep in the fortress and the Rahkshi are determined to find it, but the Toa and the Ta Koro Guards are here to protect the city. Fire the Kanoka Disk launchers at the Rahkshi and lower the stone pillar drawbridge. Blow up the wall of the frotress to give the Rahkshi a way in, and use the hidden floor catapult to fling the Rahkshi away. Find the mask of light hidden away behind a lavafall to find it before the rahkshi can!
- Lowerable drawbridge
- Wall-explosion function
- Hidden floor catapult
- Light up eyes for the entry-way
- Two small disk launchers and one large disk launcher
- Launching lava-boat
- Raising lava fall function
- Mask display monument to put your collected masks on
- Hidden mask stache
- Matoran Living quaters with a bed and Kohli kit.
- 6 Minifigures and two brick-built Rahkshi builds.
- Sectioned design for re-arranging the fortress design for more play possibilities
This is intended as the one big set that comes at the end of the year, almost always a fortress-like build. This build takes inspiration from a lot of sets like this that have come before such as the Battle of Metru Nui (The Kanohi-like gateway) Helm's Deep (Similar aesthetic, exploding wall and re-arrangeable design) and the Chima Lion fortress set that was released in 2013 (drawbridge and head gateway, sectioned up design, turrets on the ends and launching vehicle), and a bunch more that would take too long to name.
I also took some influence from different versions of Ta-Koro, but in particular from Mnog with it's charred forest and mask-collector-monument-thing (sorry I don't know what it's called)
Also worth noting the price is has a $10 plus onto the number of pieces guide due to the burps and the two light bricks.
EDIT: Should also mention who that other Matoran is, seeing as it should all be canon characters. He's Kalama, a member of the Ta Koro guard.
Yes these trees were inspired by the trees in the Temple of Airjitzu set. They're a great design why not use them.
This is the connector piece that connects the different sections together. You don't have to use it but it allows a hinging motion for more arrangement possibilities.