02 May 2024

Revealed: LEGO® NINJAGO® 71814 Tournament Temple City and 71822 Source Dragon of Motion

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Three upcoming LEGO® NINJAGO® sets coming in June 2024 have been added to the LEGO website, and they're stunning.

The largest of all is the 14+ set 71814 Tournament Temple City, but  another, 71822 Source Dragon of Motion, is the largest LEGO dragon to date.

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71814 Tournament Temple City

US$249.99/ £219.99/ 249.99€
3489 parts
Released 1 June 2024

Set 71814 on LEGO.com

As seen in season 2 of the NINJAGO® Dragons Rising TV show, this 4-storied temple designed by LEGO Senior Designer Markus Rollbüller is built on a rock bridge spanning two islands, with a bridge leading to a third. 

A water mill sits at one end of the model which, when turned, moves 2 battle platforms and a blacksmith’s hammer. There are also rocks that fall when a lantern is pressed, a hidden storage area and a secret door. 

The rear of the temple is open, with little scenes in each room. Temple Island measures over 19 in. (48 cm) high, 25 in. (63 cm) wide and 12.5 in. (32 cm) deep.

The side-builds are an airship and a dragon with blade wings.

New elements

Recolours and decorations we have spotted include:
  • Door Frame 4 x 4 x 6 Corner (28327) in Dark Bluish Gray
  • Wedge Plate 10 x 10 Cut Corner (92584) in Medium Nougat
  • Dragon Head Jaw Upper with Horns and Large Eye Openings (3770) in Pearl Gold
  • Slope Curved 2 x 2 x 2/3 Inverted (32803) in Bright Light Orange
  • Bracket 1 x 2 - 1 x 2 Inverted (99780) in Bright Light Orange
  • Minifigure Statuette Trophy (90398) in Pearl Gold with a new Dark Red print
  • Technic Brick 2 x 2 with 2 Ball Joints (17114) in Dark Orange
  • Dragon head in Dark Orange
  • Arch 1 x 3 Inverted (70681) in Dark Blue
  • Plate Round 4 x 4 with 2 x 2 Round Open Center (11833) in Sand Green
  • Wedge, Plate A-Shape (15706) in Sand Green
  • Holder Ring with 3 Bars and 3 Bar Holes and Open Stud (1941) in Reddish Brown
  • Plant Leaves 4 x 3 (2423) in Orange
  • Plant Leaves 6 x 5 (2417) in Orange
  • Tiles 1 x 2 Wedge (5091 & 5092) in Dark Blue


The set comes with 13 LEGO NINJAGO minifigures: Lloyd, Cole, Nya, Zane, Arin, Wyldfyre, Lord Ras, Jordana, Mr. Pale, Blacksmith, a Temple Guard, Roby and Bleckt. 

This organically shaped model is going to be a stunning display piece as well as a fun one for kids!

71822 Source Dragon of Motion

US$149.99/ £129.99/ 149.99€
1716 parts
Released 1 June 2024

This product is already available to pre-order in some countries. Click the link above to check in yours.

This is the biggest-ever LEGO dragon – it measures over 15 in. (39 cm) high, 24.5 in. (63 cm) long and 29 in. (74 cm) wide when its wings are spread – and was designed by Lee Chi Wing. 

It has poseable legs, tail, hips, jaw, head, neck and wings and comes with 6 smaller spirit dragons.

The wild, crazy throne on the dragon's back can be detached.

There are 6 minifigures: Kai, Wyldfyre and Arin and the villains Lord Ras, Jordana and a Wolf Mask Warrior.

READ MORE: LEGO® Pick a Brick: January 2024 elements are added in May

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, now that's a dragon!
    (actually, it's a bunch)