German toy shop site lists 2013 sets

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German website Werst has listed many 2013 sets, including Ninjago, Legends of Chima, Friends and City. The names on the site are of course in German, but missingno has helpfully provided translations, courtesy of Google Translate I suspect...

Ninjago:

  • 70500 Kai's Fire Robot $10
  • 70501 Samurai Bike $20
  • 70502 Cole's Power Drill $20
  • 70503 Golden Dragon $30
  • 70504 Garmatron $40
  • 70505 Temple of Light $65

Legends of Chima:

  • 70000 Razcals Raven glider $10
  • 70001 Crawleys Reptile grabber $15
  • 70012 Razars Chi Raider $40
  • 70002 Lennoxs Lion-Buggy $20
  • 70003 Eris Eagle Jet $33
  • 70004 Wakz Wolf tracker $33
  • 70005 Lavals Lion-Quad $40
  • 70006 Craggers Croc-Boat Center $80
  • 70013 Equilas Ultra Striker $40
  • 70100 Speedorz Fire ring $15
  • 70101 Speedorz Disc Shooting $15
  • 70102 Chi-Waterfall $15
  • 70103 Speedorz Boulder Bowling $15
  • 70113 Starter Set Chi Tournament $20


Hero Factory:

  • 44000 Furno XL $20
  • 44001 Pyrox $13
  • 44002 Rocka $10
  • 44003 Scarox $10
  • 44004 Bulk $10
  • 44005 Bruizer $13
  • 44006 Breez $10
  • 44007 Ogrum $13


City:

  • 60000 Fire Motorcycle $6
  • 60001 City Fire Department (with police cars?) $10
  • 60002 Fire truck $20
  • 60003 Firefighters $30
  • 60004 Fire Headquarters? $80
  • 60005 Fire Boat $30
  • 60006 Police Quad $6
  • 60007 Police Chase $30
  • 60009 Museum Robbery $60
  • 60010 Fire Helicopter $35


Collectable Minifigures:

  • 71000 Collectable Minifigures Series 9 $3


Friends:

  • 41000 Andreas Jetski $6
  • 41001 Mia's Magic Show $10
  • 41002 Emma's Karate Course $10
  • 41003 Olivia's Foal $10
  • 41004 Stephanie's Grand Entrance $20
  • 41007 Heartlake Pet Salon $30
  • 41008 Large Swimming Pool $40
  • 41011 Football/Soccer Training with Stephanie $10
  • 6029277 Friends Collectibles Series 1 (Bags contain an animal and its home) $4

Duplo:

  • 10500 Stable €60
  • 10501 Zoo, polar animals €5
  • 10502 Zoo, safari bus. €30
  • 10503 Zoo, sea lion show, €10
  • 10504 Big Circus, €40
  • 10505 Family house, €60
  • 10519 Sanitation?, €20
  • 10520 Big loader, €20
  • 10550 Circus Van, €20
  • 10552 My First Car, €15
  • 10553 Building and playing dice, €15
  • 10554 Pull-along play set, €20
  • 10561 My First Figure Set, €20

Bricks and More:

  • 10659 Blue suitcase, €25
  • 10660 Pink suitcase, €25
  • 60659 Blue suitcase, €25

Expect them to be removed soon, like the image of the minifig book at Amazon has been...

41 comments on this article

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By in Canada,

I'm very interested in the museum set. I don't think LEGO's done one of those before. The 2013 modular set is a must have too.

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By in United Kingdom,

Collectible Friends? YAY! and a swimming pool? Double Yay!

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By in United States,

You'd think that there would be less robberies with the ridiculously over funded and well equipped police department that Lego city has. The police to civilian ratio is what, like 28:1?

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By in United States,

No Supehero news?

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By in Australia,

^^ Bahaha. You'd think that right?

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By in United States,

I just noticed the zoo and my wallet shed a single tear.

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By in United Kingdom,

That museum robbery set sounds great, perfect for a Super Heroes of course!

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By in United States,

I really want to see pics of this golden dragon. I hope it's as awesome as it sounds!

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By in United States,

@ CapnRex101: the Zoo is Duplo.

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By in Canada,

@Zackula: LOL! So true.

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By in United States,

@CapnRex101: I strongly agree with this.

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By in United States,

Thanks for the credit. :)

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By in United States,

The most interesting thing I saw here were the Friends sets. Ninjago looks like same old, so does HF, Legends of Chima sounds like Ninjago, but I haven't seen them yet, and city is just pathetic. More robberies, more fires and more police quads. it's like Lego is beating a bear with a cleaver, and now the bear is puree. Can we get a civilian line of city sets? We have to pay 150 for a Module set.

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By in Australia,

I like that there's both a Fire Robot (yay for giant robots, I didn't like the Samurai mecha) and another Dragon (now in gold, oooh) for the Ninjago line. The "Garmatron" is interesting, maybe even Garmadon gets a giant robot?

Another line of police and fire is just grating. I know why they do it. But maybe it's nostalgia kicking in - I remember when we had houses and restaurants and cars and harbours and mechanics and the occasional post office. A city should be more than just a police station on every block, and a fire department on every other block.

The "Museum Robber" looks interesting.

And I like the sound of the Legends of China sets, although I'll probably just collect the minifigs like I've done this year.

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By in United States,

kai.
fire robot.
$10.
YAY!
also the chima wolf tracker and furno XL sound cool!

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By in United States,

I understand that Lego Police and Fire is popular and they need to do it every few years, but every year?! Why not coast guard? It's still rescue sets but different.

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By in New Zealand,

Oh no. Not more City emerceny services sets. We need citizens! What is a City without "normal" people and houses instead of Fire and Police stations, etc. It is interesting that LEGO has decided to do a Musuem Robbery -they have only done that in the Agents theme. It seems that Speedorz has something to do with Legends of Chima because a few of the LOC sets have Speedorz in their name.
I am looking forward to seeing what these sets look like!

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By in United States,

HF is getting weirder and weirder. Ogrum? Scarox? Have we been transported back the Bionicle Phantoka? :P

Ninjago looks pretty good. I just hope the Temple of Light wasn't torn out of Ninjago Roleplay. :P Anyway, the Fire Robot sounds good.

COLLECTIBLE FRIENDS? AIIIII!!!!! *Screams like cheesy anime character* :P

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By in United States,

City used to be interesting:it had airport, trains, and motorized boats. Now it's just police, fire, police, fire, and some more police. I'm always interested in Hero Factory, and the names sound cheesy but still somewhat interesting. CHIMA is a let down though...

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By in Canada,

Read the 'Collectable Friends' and made an unintended noise of joy!

The Chima sets sound interesting too, especially after seeing the sticker the other day.

This could be a good year! I'll stock up on Kraft dinner now!

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By in United States,

Just want to point out that LEGO does do City stuff other than police and fire. In the past couple of years we've had a pizza place, a transportation center, a bank, a Marina and a harbor. You complainers have to buy the sets before they make more. You don't buy them, so they don't make more. Duh.

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By in United States,

Lego makes 25-30 City sets a year, you listed 5 sets in the last few years that weren't redone Fire and Police sets. The miner sets are neat different construction like sets but we need a year off from Police sets.

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By in United States,

City Museum sounds awesome. With that price, I hope it is big and lots of neat stuff.

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By in Australia,

Yeah, I really liked the Mining sets. They were nicely different.

Also, I did buy the Dirt Bike Transporter and the Caravan (as well as the Horse Float and Winnebago from a couple of years ago), because they hadn't done sets like that for a while, and they were different and unusual sets. And it was nice to get some more variety of vehicles for my streets.

When they stop giving us piles and piles of police and fire, I spend. I buy them, as I demonstrated one paragraph above. I have no problem with that.

But yes. It *would* be nice if they tried a little more variety every now and then.

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By in United States,

Not a single set over $80?
That strikes me as very unlikely. Either the top-end sets didn't make it into this list, or LEGO had major problems moving the pricier merchandise and decided to focus their efforts on smaller sets. But considering their financials, the latter seems unlikely, so I expect there are more sets in all these lines at higher price points that we'll hear about eventually.

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By in United States,

Kai's Fire Robot? Garmatron? Oh boy...

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By in United States,

@The Green Brick Giant: Also, All the Great Vehicles were not Fire or Police, and we had 8 other sets just in 2012 (and that just for retail markets). Also, Since 2012 was FOREST Fire, the regular Fire needs to updated since it was last updated in 2010.

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By in United States,

@peterlmorris that was 5 out of what, 50, sets? Come on, Lego isn't even trying with city these days. They do have some other stuff like mining, but it's mostly just police and fire. Not that I'm into city, but just saying that Lego has lost some of its creativity

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By in Australia,

A year off from Police sets? Did you not see the Airport, Public Transport, Harbour, Construction, and Miners sets? We've had service stations, a hospital and two ambulances, cargo trucks, cement mixers, tow trucks, a postal van and postal plane, sea planes, tipper truck, recycling truck, big and small houses (creator), an apartment building, a car park, two different cargo trains and a passenger train. And if you don't like any of those, I hear that Lego also do sets which contain lots of different bricks so, get this, you can build anything you want! Amazing!

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By in Norway,

Oh my god, here we go again - Police quad and fire department. The museum set ion the other hand sounds promising. I wanted to buy a bank set 3661, butmaybe I will just wait for the museum. More farm sets, public services, marina and transportation. I would like to see for example a simple set with a taxi. Post office would be nice.

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By in Germany,

Sets with question marks: 60001 translates to fire-fighting vehicle, 60004 is a fire station, 10519 is a garbage truck.

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks for the list!

I'm actually very excited about next year's City. According to someone who has seen the Retailer's Catalogue there is - and you may not believe this - things for the Firemen to put out! One set contains a burning house, another contains bins or something, the boat set has a speedboat with a burning engine, and one contains a cat up a tree. Plus there's the museum to look forward to, and some of the sets will apparently contain civillians. I just hope these sets are as good as they sound!

Am I the only one not excited about Collectible Friends? I have no interest in the 'cute' animals. Unless the sets contain good building parts and accessories I won't be buying. Some of the other sets sound interesting; I wonder how they'll do the sports sets with their conjoined legs?

Legends of Chima is frighteningly big. NinjaGo sounds good, though, particularly 'Temple of Light'. That sounds great!

What I'm most excited about is another Series of Collectable Minifigures! Hope this one will have a female elf figure, and some more printed dresses. Also, of the Pink Brick box is as good value as this year's (£12 for all those bricks in rare colours, an exclusive fig and accessories?!), I may have to get it.

Sounds like a fairly good year, I'm just waiting on more info on Superheroes and Star Wars.

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By in United Kingdom,

I think the prices are meant to all be shown as euros not $s, just looked up a few on the linked site and the price numbers are right but are displayed in euros as you'd expect from a German shop

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By in United Kingdom,

^ You are right, I cut and paste the list, my source was wrong.

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By in Sweden,

Seems like it's high time for LEGO to rename City into something else, like "Action Rescue", considering they have zero ideas for anything that would actually make for a real city theme. I guess in the LEGO world it's all firefighters rescuing police officers from fires and police officers chasing crooks who robbed firefighters. There's seemingly no civilians living in LEGO City.

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By in Spain,

Ninjago, china don't interest me and apart from the museum robbery this probably also applies to city. Looks like a bleak year (so far) for my Lego budget.

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By in Canada,

"Golden Dragon"... well there's a set I know I'm obligated to buy even before looking at the picture.

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By in United States,

What do the sets look like?

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By in United States,

I Want The Temple Of Light!!!

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By in United Kingdom,

So at least this confirms that the 'Speedorz' mark is associated with the 'Legends of Chima' line - those inertia-wheel ripcord bikes - and not another branch of racers. The particular 'Speedorz' sets to me suggest a mix of stunts, knock-down, and jousting games.

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By in United Kingdom,

even more police recruits to add to my seemingly never ending collection!! perhaps the museum robbery could tie in with a return of an adventurers theme?

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