Lego Sets for MFZ

The compiled list so far.  See HERE for the reasoning behind including each set.  This list is mostly chronological.  The newer sets are at the bottom.

30051 X-Wing polybag.
30054 AT-ST polybag.
30052 AAT polybag.
40021 Hallowe'en Spiders polybag.
30040 Atlantis Octopus polybag.
30042 Atlantis Mini-Sub polybag.
Star Wars Brickmaster.
Atlantis Brickmaster.
Ninjago Brickmaster.
7958 Star Wars 2011 Advent Calendar.
40031 Bunny & Chick polybag.
5767 Cool Cruiser.
9470 Shelob Attacks.
5763 Dune Hopper.
6862 Superman vs. Power Armor Lex.
9448 Samurai Mech is only $39.99 for 452 pieces.
9463 The Werewolf is $19.99 for 243 pieces.
9461 The Swamp Creature is $6.99 for 70 pieces.
4208 4x4 Fire Truck is $21.99 for 243 pieces.
4434 Tipper Truck is $21.99 for 222 pieces
75000 Clone Troopers vs. Droidekas, $11.99 for 126 pieces.
75002 AT-RT, $19.99 for 202 pieces.
9447 Lasha's Bite Cycle, $24.99 for 250 pieces.
70701 Swarm Interceptor, $19.99 for 218 pieces.
70702 Warp Stinger, $29.99 for 310 pieces.
79001 Escape from Mirkwood Spiders, $29.99 for 298 pieces.
7347 Highway Pickup, $79.99 for 805 pieces.
10230 Mini Modulars, $79.99 for 1356 pieces!
6914 Prehistoric Hunters, $17.99 for 191 pieces.
31005 Construction Hauler, $17.99 for 256 pieces.
31008 Thunder Wings, $19.99 for 235 pieces.
60017 Flatbed Truck, $19.99 for 212 pieces.
10662 Lego Creative Bucket, $29.99 for 606 pieces.
10657 My First Lego Set,  $14.99 for 148 pieces.
700000 Razcal's Glider, $11.99 for 109 pieces.
21013 Big Ben, $29.99 for 346 pieces.
76004 Spider-Man: Spider-Cycle Chase, $19.99 for 237 pieces.
60018 Cement Mixer, $19.99 for 221 pieces.
70003 Eris' Eagle Interceptor, $34.99 for 348 pieces.

30224 Lawn Mower.  $3.99 for 42 pieces
41013 Emma's Sports Car.  $14.99 for 159 pieces
75015 Corporate Alliance Tank Droid.  $19.99 for 271 parts
60025 Grand Prix Truck.  $29.97 for 315 pieces.
75016 Homing Spider Droid.  $29.99 for 295 pieces.
70707 CLS-89 Eradicator Mech.  $39.99 for 440 pieces.
70008 Gorzan's Gorilla Striker.  $49.99 for 505 parts.
70709 Galactic Titan.  $99.99 for 1012 parts.
70010 The Lion Chi Temple.  $119.99 for 1258 parts.
70123 Lion Legend Beast.  120 pieces for $9.99.
70127 Wolf Legend Beast.  110 pieces for $9.99.
31019 Forest Animals.  272 pieces for $19.99.
31021 Furry Creatures.  285 pieces for $19.99.
31014 Power Digger.  64 pieces for $4.99.
60059 Logging Truck.  228 pieces for $19.99.
76012 Batman: The Riddler Chase.  304 pieces for $29.99.
70723 Thunder Raider.  334 pieces for$29.99.


  1. 30004-1: Battle Droid on STAP

    3 Pneumatic T-Pieces and 2 Travis Bricks for $4.

  2. The "Prehistoric Hunters" kit -

    Another nice set, I picked it up for $17, but have since seen it cheaper, it's 194 parts, so it's in the sweet ratio, and has a large number of hinge plates (in red, light grey, dark grey, and black), as well as 3 Technic rotation joints and a number of other interesting ones.

    John Phelps (Dogbarian)

    1. That's another decent set. I'll have to add it to the list.

    2. I've just started looking at what would make good purchases starting from a very limited amount of Lego and it looks to me like a few of the Creator sets seem to be pretty good at the price to useful brick ratio, along with the Prehistoric Hunters the Mini Sky Flyer & the Super Soarer have caught my eye. Am I off base thinking that they are decent value?

    3. Alistair, generally the Creator sets have a good Cost Per Parts ratio.

  3. Any suggestions for keeping pieces organized?

    1. I've got a couple of tackle boxes for the parts I use the most. For the rest I use wall mounts units that are normally used for screws and bolts and other small parts. They're made by a number of different manufacturers. This is one example.

  4. AT-RT is $17.19 at Target. Also, Target will match Amazon's prices at the Guest Services desk.

  5. I was able to get the 75002 AT-RT kit without minis for just $10 with shipping on ebay. If you just want the pieces and not the minifigs many star wars sets can be had on the cheap. Thanks for the page recommending kits. It is a big help.

  6. I've found that locally (anywhere in my homeland down under) the micro 3-in-1 sets, particularly that crane/truck/loader comes with a great amount of useful parts, all in a neat package of $9 AU. Couple that with any pickup in the Mixels range ($6 AU) , and you have a great starting point for a few mecha. If going that route, I can strongly advise from experience to purchase two of each set, Creator Micros and Mixels, just to give you enough to actually start building a company. While I'm not too fond of the clear "cockpit" style for my frames, initiates will find them very easy to work with.