Thrill a Na vi fan with an adventure-filled action set
Know an Avatar fan or child aged 9 and up who deserves a reward? This LEGO® Avatar Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch (75571) building toy set will hit the mark. The set includes minifigures of Neytiri and Colonel Miles Quaritch, posable models of Neytiri’s Thanator figure and the Colonel’s AMP suit, plus a jungle build with glow-in-the-dark pieces.
Play solo or cater to family moments
Encourage a child or movie fan’s love of nature with a set made to reflect Pandora’s environment, as kids and families play out favorite action scenes or create new stories. Mix sets (sold separately) to extend the play and build a unique version of Pandora.
Made for action play or display
With iconic characters and locations, LEGO Avatar sets give kids a great play experience and exciting story options. The models also look fantastic displayed on a shelf, with a detailed environment build made for posing the creatures so older fans can enjoy a joyful focus as they rediscover the vibrant universe.
Action and adventure – Kids and fans can relive the movie experience as they build this LEGO® Avatar Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch (75571) set and explore the world of Pandora
What’s inside – This LEGO® set includes Neytiri and Colonel Miles Quaritch minifigures, a buildable AMP suit and Thanator figure, plus a buildable jungle scene with glow-in-the-dark elements
For play and display – Kids and Avatar fans can recreate an exciting scene from the movie or set up a dynamic display with Neytiri and the Thanator posed to jump on the AMP-suited Colonel
Nature or materialism – Passionate environmentalists aged 9 and up can replay the final confrontation between Neytiri and the Colonel as they battle for the fate of Pandora
Play at home or on the go – The Colonel’s posable AMP suit measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 2.5 in. (6 cm) wide and 4 in. (10 cm) deep and can hold the Colonel minifigure as well as a chainsaw
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