• LEGO Universe Sets

    Compiled by SJPlego. Updated 23 October 2010. Contains 85 sets.
    LEGO Universe is LEGO's Massively Multiplayer Online Game, and it may come as a surprise that, at first glance, it seems to lack any real LEGO sets. However, with closer investigation, there are a wide variety of LEGO sets, both classic and obscure, that appear in LEGO Universe.

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2853944: Astronaut

3 reviews
Pieces
5
Minifigs
1
Packaging
Polybag
Availability
Promotional
Notes
[UK/US] GExclusive Astronaut figure, given to customers who pre-ordered the LEGO Universe game in October 2010. Poly-bagged. Each pack contained a card with a unique code to enable an in-game version of the astronaut uniform as wearable equipment.
Bricklist notes
The Nexus Astronaut, also known as the Nexus Pilot, is a rare minifigure packaged with pre-orders of LEGO Universe.

While there is no in-game Nexus Astronaut character, the minifigure comes with a code card that allows players to unlock his costume in-game. After registering this code, players will receive a letter in their mailbox titled "Pre-Order Code Reward!" with an attached package. Opening this package will give players the Nexus Astronaut Helmet, Shirt, and Pants.

A character in the log-in screen is seen wearing the Nexus Astronaut Shirt and Pants, as well as Nexus Airtanks. After being chased around by a dragon, this character grabs a Nexus Astronaut Helmet in addition to a Sentinel Knight Rank 3 Sword and Shield. The tables turn, and this character starts chasing around the now-frightened dragon.

The Nexus Astronaut also appears in the LEGO Club Magazine comic "Crisis in Space" and Episode 7.1 of "The LEGO Club Show". These tell the story of the Nexus Astronaut, who teams up with Max to build a Nexus Force Rocket and escape the Venture Explorer.
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55001: Universe Rocket

1 review
Pieces
55
RRP
$9.99, £7.99
Packaging
Polybag
Availability
Promotional
Instructions
Yes
Notes
[UK/US] Launch promotion for the LEGO Universe game. Given away as part of the October 2010 in-store "Universe Rocket Mini-Build". Each pack contained a card with a unique code to enable an in-game version of the rocket. Also given away with purchases of LEGO Universe on S@H. Later this was available for general sale at LEGO brand stores.
Bricklist notes
The Universe Rocket, known in-game as the Nexus Force Rocket, is a rare rocket that was given away at the October 2010 "Universe Rocket Mini-Build" event at LEGO Stores.

Like the Nexus Astronaut, it includes a code card allowing players to unlock its Modular Rocket components in-game. After registering this code, players will receive a letter in their mailbox titled "Mini-Build Event Reward!" with an attached Build Event Rocket Pack. Opening this pack will give players the Nexus Rocket Nose Cone, Cockpit, and Engine.

In Episode 7.1 of "The LEGO Club Show", the Nexus Astronaut and Max team up to build a Nexus Force Rocket, which the Nexus Astronaut uses to escape the Venture Explorer.
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8683: Magician

9 reviews
Pieces
6
Minifigs
1
RRP
$1.99, £1.99
Related sets
Included in 8683-17
Might be in 8683-0
Bricklist notes
The Magician was a member of the Collectible Minifigures Series 1.

The Magician does not appear in LEGO Universe, but appeared on the LEGO Universe patcher during Founder's Release. When players first installed LEGO Universe, the Magician appeared, along with a notice reminding players to register their accounts before playing the game.

The Magician also appeared on the LEGO Universe website under the "My Account" section during Founder's Release. Coinciding with his role on the patcher, the Magician guides players through the steps required to register their accounts. However, his appearance on the LEGO Universe website has been replaced by a Rank 1 Assembly Engineer.
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6098: King Leo's Castle

11 reviews
Pieces
529
Minifigs
8
RRP
$90
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Related sets
Same as 6091-1
Bricklist notes
King Leo's Castle is the iconic castle from the 2000 Knights' Kingdom theme.

In LEGO Universe, King Leo's Castle can be unlocked by completing the "A Worthy Builder 4" achievement, in which the player has completed a grand total of 11,110 Quick Builds. After that, King Leo's Castle can be placed on players' properties.
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5615: The Knight

32 reviews
Pieces
21
Minifigs
1
RRP
$3.49, £1.99
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Knight was an Impulse set for the 2007-2009 LEGO Castle line.

The Castle Model Weapon Rack can be obtained in LEGO Universe and put on players' properties. This model is typically received through loot on Avant Gardens randomly dropped by enemies, smashables, or the Red Imaginite vending machine.
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5618: Troll Warrior

17 reviews
Pieces
19
Minifigs
1
RRP
$3.49, £2.49
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Troll Warrior fights to conquer the Western Kingdom of Ashlar.

The Troll Cart Model appears in LEGO Universe. It can be obtained by players typically through random drops on Avant Gardens, such as loot dropped by smashables, Stromlings, and the Red Imaginite vending machine. Players who have the Troll Cart Model can place it on their personal properties.
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10193: Medieval Market Village

32 reviews
Pieces
1601
Minifigs
8
RRP
$99.99, £71.99, €99.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Medieval Market Village was released in 2009 as part of the LEGO Castle line.

The Medieval Village Forge Model, Medieval Village House Model, Medieval Vendor Model, and Medieval Wagon Model can be obtained in LEGO Universe and placed on players' properties. According to Nexus HQ, the Medieval Village Inn Model and Medieval Village Stable Model can also be obtained. There is currently no confirmed method to collecting these models outside from random drops and Surprise Model Packs, though some of these are likely obtained when a player opens a Medieval Village Pack 2.
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4416: Robo Pod

9 reviews
Pieces
65
RRP
$3.49, £2.99
Packaging
Canister
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Robo Pod was part of the X-Pods series from 2004 to 2006.

The Robo Pod's main model, a bipedal laser-wielding robot, appears in-game as Defense Robots. Many of these robots were corrupted by the Maelstrom into dangerous Stromling Mechs found in the battlefield between Paradox Research Facility and Sentinel Encampment. The Stromling Mechs can be smashed and rebuilt into turrets which can be built using pieces from the Robo Pod set. Beck Strongheart sends players on the "Fortify the Front" mission to rebuild five Stromling Mechs into turrets. Nexus Force operatives occasionally send players on daily quests to smash Stromling Mechs. Building more turrets out of mechs will complete the "Robo-Repair" achievements. Smashing Stromling Mechs is required to complete the "Paradox Protector" achievements and will also contribute to the "Smash 'Em All" and "Defeat the Maelstrom" achievements.

One Paradox Mech, PRDX-4, remains free of the Maelstrom's influence. Unlike all other appearances of this robot in LEGO Universe, PRDX-4 has the color scheme of the original Robo Pod set. PRDX-4 is a Robot Picnicker and hangs out at the Avant Gardens Launch Area, where it sells Mech Bay Ball-Bot Models and gives the Spare Parts daily mission. Talking to PRDX-4, Dusty Holster, and Kirsten Quasar will complete the "Making More Friends" achievement.

Stromling Mechs reappear in the Avant Gardens Survival Instance. Unlike those that appear in the battlefield, these Stromling Mechs cannot be rebuilt into turrets. Smashing 100 survival Stromling Mechs will complete the "Crush the Uprising" achievement, and all smashed survival Mechs will contribute to the "Nothing Left for Dead" achievements.
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8112: Arachnoid Stalker

12 reviews
Pieces
131
Minifigs
1
RRP
$7.99, £4.99
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Arachnoid Stalker, also known as the Battle Arachnoid, is a spider-like mech piloted by Devastator Robots.

The forelegs of the Arachnoid Stalker are incorporated into the design of Maelstrom Spiders, giant arachnoid creatures of chaos. The most well-known Maelstrom Spiders are the Spider Boss, created by Baron Typhonus, and the Spider Queen, created by Paradox, although other Maelstrom Spiders have made minor appearances in various LEGO Universe media.

The Spider Boss was created by Baron Typhonus in the Mythran Temple to demonstrate the power of chaos. However, the Spider Boss turned on its creator and dragged him into the Imagination Nexus. This action corrupted the Imagination Nexus into the Maelstrom, the menace that provides an antagonistic force in LEGO Universe.

The Spider Queen was created by Paradox to study the Maelstrom. However, she broke free of her cage, creating an explosion of Maelstrom energy which transformed many Paradox researchers and Assembly defense robots into Stromlings and Stromling Mechs. Until the Power of the Nexus Force update, the Spider Queen could be found in the Maelstrom Mine of Avant Gardens. Following the update, she retreated to Block Yard, where she can be battled in the Spider Queen Battle Instance.
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6253: Shipwreck Hideout

23 reviews
Pieces
310
Minifigs
6
RRP
$39.99, £26.45
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
Shipwreck Hideout was the secret hideout of Captain Brickbeard of the 2009 Pirates line.

Players can earn the Shipwreck Hideout by completing the "Defeat the Maelstrom 3" achievement, in which they smash a total of 560 elite enemies such as Stromling Mechs. This will give players the Shipwreck Hideout Pack, which contains four Shipwreck Hideout models which can be used on players' properties. These models can be arranged like the set to form the complete Shipwreck Hideout, or they can be rearranged and put into any position that the player can imagine. Players who have completed this achievement can also repurchase the Shipwreck Hideout Pack from Honor Accolade.
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886: Space Buggy

6 reviews
Pieces
20
Minifigs
1
Related sets
Included in 1983-1
Bricklist notes
The Space Buggy was one of many rovers used in the LEGOLAND Space expedition.

The Space Buggy, called the Rover Model 1, is included in the Space Model Pack, which can be earned by completing the "A Collector's Dream" achievement. Once the pack is opened, the players can place the Space Buggy on their properties.

As of the Battle of Nimbus Station update, the reward for completing "A Collector's Dream" has been changed to a Samurai Statue. There are currently no confirmed methods to collecting the Rover 1 Model.
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493: Command Center

5 reviews
Pieces
189
Minifigs
4
Related sets
US version of 926-1
Bricklist notes
The Command Center was one of the first LEGOLAND Space stations.

The rover with what appears to be a blue laser turret is included in LEGO Universe. It is one of three LEGOLAND Space buggies included in the Space Model Pack, which players will receive upon completing "A Collector's Dream" achievement, in which they build 1,000 collection Quick Builds. The Rover Model 2 can then be placed on player's properties.

As of the Battle of Nimbus Station update, the reward for completing "A Collector's Dream" has been changed to a Samurai Statue. There are currently no confirmed methods to collecting the Rover 2 Model.

As seen in Nexus HQ, the Space Command Center Model itself can be collected by players and put on properties, though further information on how to receive this model is pending.
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889: Radar Truck

2 reviews
Pieces
29
Minifigs
1
Related sets
Included in 1983-1
Bricklist notes
The Radar Truck was another LEGOLAND Space rover.

When players complete "A Collector's Dream" achievement, they will earn the Space Model Pack. Opening this pack will give the player several space-themed models, including the Radar Truck, for use on players' properties.

As of the Battle of Nimbus Station update, the reward for completing "A Collector's Dream" has been changed to a Samurai Statue. There are currently no confirmed methods to collecting the Radar Truck Model.
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2519: Skeleton Bowling

2 reviews
Pieces
371
Minifigs
7
RRP
$29.99, £26.99, €29.99
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 66383-1
Bricklist notes
Jay practices his Spinjitzu with Skeleton Bowling.

One of the weapon posts from Skeleton Bowling can be found in the Sentinel Encampment. There, a Student of Earth Spinjitzu, Rocco Sirocco, waits for a package from Cole and teaches players how to use the Mailbox.

The Monastery Flag Banner Model and Monastery Railing Model are sold by Bubu Mumu the Ninjago Models Vendor for $120 and $140, respectively, and can also be obtained through random drops. They can be placed on players' properties. Jay uses the bricks of a Monastery Flag Banner Model in his plan to rebuild Skeleton Catapults into Ninja Flingers.

Jay's DX Gi and DX Pants of Storms are rare drops in the Battle Against Frakjaw! The Gi grants -1 damage from Skulkins, +4 Armor, and +3 Imagination. The Pants grant -1 damage from Skulkins, +2 Armor, and +3 Imagination.
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4956: House

15 reviews
Pieces
731
RRP
$49.99, £36.19
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Creator line provided LEGO builders with a set revolving around Houses.

The mailbox of the main House model appears across the LEGO Universe in various places of interest. Players receive mail and attached items from other players, NPCs, and the LEGO Universe Team via the mailbox. When players submit special game codes, they receive in-game rewards, such as the Nexus Astronaut wardrobe and Nexus Force Rocket modules, in their mailbox. They can also send other players mail for $25 plus an additional charge for attached items.
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2754 own this set, 2086 want it.

7637: Farm

9 reviews
Pieces
609
Minifigs
3
RRP
$89.99, £61.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
In 2009, LEGO City decided to branch out with LEGO farms such as this one.

The Farm Silo 1 Model was included in the 12 Month Subscriber Reward Pack. If players subscribed to LEGO Universe for a full year, they received a "12 Month Veteran Reward!" letter in their mailbox with the pack included as an attachment. Upon opening the pack, players can place the Farm Silo 1 Model on their properties.

As of the Nexus Tower update, the 12 Month Subscriber Reward has been changed to the Ribbit's Top Hat. There is currently no other confirmed method towards collecting the Farm Silo 1 Model.

As an easter egg, a cow can occasionally be seen floating outside the Venture Explorer. The cow's appearance is likely a tribute to the 1996 film Twister.
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7635: 4WD with Horse Trailer

15 reviews
Pieces
176
Minifigs
2
RRP
$17.48, £14.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 66358-1
Bricklist notes
The 4WD with Horse Trailer is used to transport horses across the countryside.

Dusty Holster the Cowboy Picnicker sells the Farm 4WD Model and Farm Horse Trailer Model for $2,030 and $1,420, respectively. Once purchased, these models can be placed on players' properties.
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7690: MB-01 Eagle Command Base

24 reviews
Pieces
760
Minifigs
8
RRP
$89.99, £68.49
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in K7690-1
Bricklist notes
The MB-01 Eagle Command Base was the central headquarters of the Mars Mission Astros.

While it may be odd to single out an entire set for one small element, this set includes the exclusive Jetpack Explorer minifigure. The Jetpack Explorer's jetpack is used by various LEGO Universe characters, including Kirsten Quasar in Avant Gardens, Rad Eccles in Nimbus Station, Nails Henrik in LEGO Club, and Otto Matic in Starbase 3001.
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7905: Building Crane

19 reviews
Pieces
721
Minifigs
3
RRP
$69.99, £39.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 66194-1
Bricklist notes
The Building Crane is used by the LEGO City construction crew.

The Portable Toilet included in this set appears in various locations in LEGO Universe. Two Portable Toilets are found at the Avant Gardens Launch Area, and Johnny Thunder hid a treasure chest in one of them. Three more Portable Toilets are located in Red Blocks Amphitheater. All Portable Toilets have smashable walls that break to reveal the toilet inside.

As an easter egg, a portable toilet retooled into a phone booth can occasionally be seen floating outside the Venture Explorer. The phone booth in space is likely a tribute to the Doctor Who series.

It is also worth noting that the Building Crane itself appears in the "Answer the Call" LEGO Universe trailer formerly used as one of LEGO Universe's introduction cutscenes. Two Building Cranes are seen near the bridge assembled by the Minifigs who are answering the call.
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2254 own this set, 1830 want it.

7688: LEGO Sports Plane

3 reviews
Pieces
105
Minifigs
1
Packaging
Box
Availability
Promotional (Airline)
Instructions
Yes
Notes
Promotional release with airlines including KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Thomson Airways and Gulf Air.
Bricklist notes
The LEGO Sports Plane was a promotional set from LEGO City.

As part of a special offer, from November 2010 to April 2011 various airport-themed models could be purchased from Autumn Helix in Nimbus Station's Brick Annex to promote an airport-building contest held that month. Called the Airport Airplane 1 Model, the LEGO Sports Plane was sold for $1,330. If players choose to buy the plane, they can add it to their own properties.
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7732: Air Mail

18 reviews
Pieces
88
Minifigs
1
RRP
$14.99, £7.79
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Included in 66307-1
Bricklist notes
Air Mail was a small plane for delivering LEGO City mail.

Called the Airport Airplane 2 Model, Air Mail was available for purchase from Autumn Helix from November to April. Costing $1,560, the model can be placed on players' properties after being bought.
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6368: Jet Airliner

9 reviews
Pieces
136
Minifigs
2
RRP
$12.75
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Bricklist notes
The Jet Liner is an early airplane from the LEGO Town line.

As part of a special offer, Autumn Helix sold the Jet Liner, called the Airport Airplane 3 Model, in Nimbus Station's Brick Annex. In advertising this offer, Autumn Helix posed in front of this airliner. The model cost $2,500 and could be placed on players' properties. However, the tail fin of the Airport Airplane 3 Model deviates slightly from the original Jet Liner set.

The Airport Airplane 3 Model was also the prize for the Build the Best Airport Contest advertised by Autumn Helix's special offer. The top ten airport builders, as well as ten randomly-chosen players, would receive ten faction tokens and an Airport Airplane 3 Model.

The Jet Liner was again one of the prizes of another contest, the Cannon Cove Shooting Competition. The top twenty highest-scoring participants received the Airport Airplane 3 Model and other airport models for use on properties.
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5948: Desert Expedition

3 reviews
Pieces
196
Minifigs
5
RRP
$20
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Related sets
Same as 2879-1 5909-1
Bricklist notes
Desert Expedition depicted the journey of Dr. Kilroy, Harry Cane, Sam Sinister, and Slyboots through the hot arid climate of Egypt.

According to Nexus HQ, Harry Cane's bi-plane appears in LEGO Universe as the Airport Airplane 5 Model. Players who possess this model can put it on their properties. However, unlike most other models of the Airport set, this model was never sold by Autumn Helix, so there is no confirmed method of obtaining it.
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6615: Eagle Stunt Flyer

5 reviews
Pieces
76
Minifigs
1
RRP
$8.75
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Eagle Stunt Flyer was a red bi-plane flown by a LEGO Town daredevil.

Called the Airport Airplane 6 Model, the Eagle Stunt Flyer was sold from late Fall 2010 to early Spring 2011 by Autumn Helix in Brick Annex. After paying $1,390 for the model, players could place it on their own properties.
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6673: Solo Trainer

8 reviews
Pieces
74
Minifigs
1
RRP
$8
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Bricklist notes
The Solo Trainer was a small personal plane in LEGO Town.

This plane was available for purchase in Brick Annex during Winter 2011, where it was sold by Autumn Helix. Called the Airport Airplane 7 Model, it cost $1,160 and could be placed on players' properties after being bought.
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