- Not to be confused with the actual dungeon.
71722 Skull Sorcerer's Dungeons is a LEGO Ninjago - Master of the Mountain set that was released in most countries on June 1, 2020, in most US stores on August 15, 2020, and in Canada and LEGO stores in the US on August 24, 2020. It includes Cole, Zane, and Lloyd in their Hero suits, Vania, Ginkle, Murt, a Re-Awakened, the Skull Sorcerer, the Skull of Hazza D'ur, both Blades of Deliverance, the Skull Keep and a small section of the cave. A dice spinner and two health counters for the board game are also included.
Action-packed LEGO® NINJAGO® Skull Sorcerer’s Dungeons (71722) playset with 8 minifigures, including ninjas Hero Cole, Hero Zane and Hero Lloyd. The toy dungeons let creative kids enjoy countless hours re-enacting breathtaking battles from the TV series.
The ultimate LEGO board game
This building set for kids also acts as a thrilling NINJAGO board game. Ninja fans use the dice spinner to plot their way through the dungeons, avoiding traps, lava, moving bridges and the Skull Sorcerer's warriors as they seek to grasp the Shadow Blade of Deliverance and free a ninja from prison. It can also be combined with other LEGO sets to create a giant board game.
LEGO toys offer a world of creative fun.
LEGO NINJAGO building toys for kids provide an escape to a fantasy world of non-stop action where they can fight with their ninja heroes against the forces of evil. NINJAGO fans will love indulging in role play with ninja weapons, buildable figures, cars, dragons and much more.
- LEGO® board game and dungeons playset featuring Hero Cole, Hero Zane and Hero Lloyd to play out scenes from the NINJAGO® TV series. The ideal ninja toy for kids who love making their own stories and playing board games.
- This LEGO® NINJAGO® Skull Sorcerer's Dungeons (71722) playset boasts 8 figures for kids to play out thrilling NINJAGO® dungeon adventures. The dice spinner doubles the fun and lets them compete in a LEGO® board game.
- This awesome playset can be used as both toy dungeons for staging battles from the NINJAGO® TV series and a LEGO® board game for kids to plot their way past the traps and hazards before confronting the Skull Sorcerer.
- This 1,171-piece LEGO® NINJAGO® board game with a vast array of figures offers a rewarding building task for boys and girls aged 9+ and makes a very cool birthday or LEGO gift for any occasion for creative kids.
- New for June 2020, this ninja toy is just the right size to play with at home or to proudly display in a bedroom. The toy dungeons measure over 12” (31cm) high, 10” (27cm) long and 16” (43cm) wide.
- No batteries are required for your little ninjas to enjoy dungeon adventures – it is ready for creative fun as they share the action with friends as soon as it is built. The play never has to stop!
- This NINJAGO® board game is accompanied by helpful and detailed instructions, so youngsters can put it together with real confidence to get the fun started quickly.
- LEGO® NINJAGO® building sets for kids will inspire their imaginations and provide a passage into an amazing world of adventure where they can team up with their favorite ninja heroes for endless exciting battles.
- The LEGO® bricks used to build this fun toy meet the highest industry standards, ensuring they are always consistent, compatible and pull apart with ease every time. Not even the Skull Sorcerer can defeat them!
- The LEGO® bricks used to build this action toy with ninja weapons have been tirelessly tested and meet the highest global safety and quality standards. You are in safe hands with LEGO toys.
"I've been graced with the title of a 'castle builder' before, at least within the fan community. So being able to work on this latest Ninjago wave – and especially on the big bad dungeon – was close to my heart: I simply love the genre, and getting to contribute to the legacy was definitely special!
Dimitris Stamatis had created an awesome and ambitious sketch model that I got tasked to take over and turn into what you can see on the final box. He had raised the bar high – and while I cursed him regularly throughout the development of this set, I am glad he did.
I spent a great amount of time on the mechanism, as turning the pole on the left activates various functions throughout the set, and making sure the build could be broken down across 10 bags was a nice puzzle to solve. It was imperative for the board game aspect that it worked well, and I'm quite thrilled how much life it brings to it.
Something that was important to me was to make the rocks feel as natural as possible and break out of the square grid we are so used to. I experimented with different ways of doing so and am really happy with the angled bridge in the front and the slanted walkway leading to a platform on the right.
Finally I garnished it with as many details as I managed to squeeze in: There's lunch being prepared over a fire, gems hidden away for looting and as a fan of D&D I made sure to include something for each and every class.
Oh, and that portrait in the back? Well, guess I'm immortalised in a LEGO set now... Djordje is to blame for that one, who knew I was secretly a necromancer!
Graphic design by Djordje Djordjevic, Angel Grau, Jakob Liesenfeld and Kjeld Sørensen."
- Vania is exclusive to this set.
- This set, along with the Journey to the Skull Dungeons, Zane's Mino Creature, and Skull Sorcerer's Dragon sets can be connected to form a larger board game.
- Both the Blades of Deliverance are included in this set.
- This makes the set the ninth set to include all of the main weapons/accessories of a season altogether, the first is 2507 Fire Temple, the second is 70505 Temple of Light, the third is 70626 Dawn of Iron Doom, the fourth is 70643 Temple of Resurrection, the fifth is 70654 Dieselnaut, the sixth is 70655 The Dragon Pit, the seventh is 70670 Monastery of Spinjitzu, and the eighth is 71712 Empire Temple of Madness.
- Out of its wave, this set is the largest, has the most minifigures, and is the most expensive.
- In this set is a sticker depicting Markus Rollbühler, the designer of this set.
- The parts list in the instructions incorrectly pictures Cole's mask without the gold elements on it.
- This set is first seen in "Into the Dark".
- Although lute, magic wands and other items appear in the Skull Sorcerer's room in this set, they do not appear in the show.