Trolls: World Tour sets revealed!

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LEGO, via Yahoo, has revealed images of six sets based on DreamWorks' Trolls: World Tour. We can expect them to release in January, in time for the film in April.

They appear to consist of one "4+" set as well as five regular models. I admire the craziness of it all!

You can see all the photos after the break.

41250 Techno Reef Dance Party

  • £19.99, $19.99
  • Mermaid

41251 Poppy's Pod ($19.99)

  • £19.99, $19.99
  • Poppy

41252 Poppy's Air Balloon Adventure

  • £29.99, $29.99
  • Poppy, Branch, Biggie

41253 Lonesome Flats Raft Adventure

  • £24.99, $29.99
  • Poppy, Branch, Hickory

41254 Volcano Rock City Concert

  • £34.99, $39.99
  • Poppy, Branch, Barb

41255 Pop Village Celebration

  • £44.99, $49.99
  • Poppy, Branch, Cooper, Guy Diamond, Tiny Diamond


What do you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

99 comments on this article

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By in Norway,

So... Colourful!

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By in Sweden,

Looks like a psychedelic mix between Elves and Friends. Some nice parts in some of them, and by far not as 'horrible' as I expected. Not very likely I'll buy these, but it's not like I would run away from them neither

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By in United States,

I honestly love these sets. They have a lot of interesting new pieces and cool designs. It’s something fresh and new from LEGO but it still feels familiar, like they’re following in the steps of the Elves and Disney Princess sets but with crazy figures. I’ll definitely pick up most of these if I can find them on sale!

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By in Latvia,

That is simply horrible. Such a waste of the designers' talent!

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By in Sweden,

Wow that's... difficult to unsee. I'm probably not the target demographic here although I feel like these might be replacing Elves, which was a theme I rather liked. Some new parts are interesting, like those big transparent pear things and the music note and treble clef so I may try to get those.

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By in United States,

Knew they'd be colorful! They look kinda nice actually.

There are promo photos out there with some VERY nice colorful lighting that make these pop.

I like the boxes too

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By in United States,

Way better than I expected them to be. These will fly off the shelves.

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By in United Kingdom,

Quite disappointed with these, definitely looking like an Angry Birds theme, but worse so will probably sell worse

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By in Germany,

The plethora of colours in a single set all started with 4721, 4722, 4723?
How many of the parts from the Trolls sets can be stacked together in as many ways as a 2x4 brick?

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By in United States,

Well now we know why Elves disappeared. More corporate money

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By in United States,

That sad feeling when Brickset does an article on the new Trolls sets before the new Star Wars sets.....:(

On another note, we are getting what is technically our first Centaur figure in Rafting Adventure.

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By in United States,

I think these look really fun!

I know they will probably get a lot of hate . . . but everyone should know that besides the Trolls movie (and the upcoming sequel) there is also a Trolls animated show on Netflix that is in it's second season and a big hit with the kids (mine too). So I can easily see these sets being very popular with the intended age group.

Also, is that felt they are using in some of the sets? Is that a first for Lego?

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By in United Kingdom,

Cough... splutter... bleurghh! My little girl would love these. If I get my way, she'll never see them!

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By in United Kingdom,

They look cool.. bring on minions and The marvel sets now!

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By in Canada,

These so don't fit the aesthetic of anything about my Lego collection.

And yet there may still be a couple of them that find their way into my collection anyway...

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By in Netherlands,

@legoavenger14 trust me, you do not want to see the marvel sets. They're horrible!

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By in United States,

I like the parts and colors. I am sure my 4yo daughter and my son may want them as sets but I may just buy some extra parts from these as needed.

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By in United States,

@The_Teenage_Brickster , don't blame me - Huw and Chris seem to have decided not to post those sets. Probably for good reason...

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By in United Kingdom,

My first thought to this theme “Hey my Little Sister is a Lego Designer for sets... oh wait it was a 30+ guy ???” Like why lego why?

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By in United States,

Further proof that LEGO are completely out of the loop on current trends...

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By in United States,

^ Sets for a sequel to a movie that made almost $350m (and tons more in merchandise sales) is out of the loop?

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By in Canada,

@thebrickpal You do know that they're on the home page right now and have been added to the database.

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By in Germany,

Remember :
Rock is bad , and HipHop is good.

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By in Finland,

These sets look neat but WHY OH WHY DOES TROLLS GET REGULAR SETS BUT INCREDIBLES 2 AND TOY STORY 4 ONLY GET 4+ SETS WHAT IN THE HECK

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By in United Kingdom,

My mischevious side wants to attend a Lego festival and swap all the figures in someone's giant train layout with these...

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By in United States,

These are definitely better than I was expecting.

I'm more interested in the parts than the figures, though.

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By in Brazil,

These AFOLs are awful.

If you don't know, Lego makes toys for little kids too.

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By in United States,

I'll wait and see what's a sticker and what's printed before I decide whether or not to buy, but I'm a whole lot more intrigued by these than I thought I would be.

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By in United States,

Honestly, I don't think these look half bad. They definitely have plenty of colors that we usually get from LEGO Elves, and the new pieces (such music notes) are also nice to have.

My personal favorite set in this is Rock Tour. Given this sequel seems to be based around music, this is the best set that really captures that. Kids get plenty to play around with, and it wouldn't take a whole lot for TFOL/AFOLS to modify it into a non-trolls rock and roll stage. Plus I like how many of the accessories (like those prints) can be used elsewhere in a LEGO City.

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By in United States,

@guyon2002 Have you seen the marvel sets? I've only seen rumors of what they are, but not actual photos.

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By in United States,

They look pretty good to me. Nice parts for sure, and some of the sets have some interesting design.

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By in United States,

Is that felt?

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By in United States,

Will these sell well? Probably not. Will I buy at least one for my daughter? Yes.

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By in United States,

@SinKiller_Nick
Felt was used to a large degree in the Scala theme for (unconvincing) foliage.

Scala, Clikits and Galidor don't seem that far and forgotten in the past anymore. Remember, Lego is still making that D.O.T.S. buildable jewelry line. I worry Lego is slipping back into the early 2000s.

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By in United Kingdom,

The star wars sets are so boring they don't warrant an article...

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By in Sweden,

My 3.5 years old daughter loves the pictures anyways. :)

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By in United States,

The Trolls took a page from Infinity War and are looking for six magical musical strings, hence the music appeal. I am only interested in those pods as they can be used for balloons.

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By in United Kingdom,

Some excellent new parts/recolours here even if the sets themselves don't grab me. But I am still fully supportive of them.

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By in Russian Federation,

Oh come on! Juniors Snowspeeder is an instabuy for me!
I am not SW collector, but i adore these little 4+ sets!
And the Obi-Wan vs Anakin duel is nice :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Some interesting parts, but will parents be spending those sorts of prices on LEGO sets when their kids will be bored with the franchise in a couple of months?

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By in United States,

I want those musical notes, only in white please.

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By in United States,

overpriced.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yes, it looks like they have Fuzzy Felt pieces in them...

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By in United States,

These are not terrible. My 7 year old daughter is going to love them!

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By in United Kingdom,

The felt pieces also featured quite heavily in Kreo sets. In fact, some of these look like Kreo sets. I wonder if Dreamworks insisted on certain aspects appearing like that.

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By in United States,

this is demonic

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By in Sweden,

Not for me, but I'm sure the target audience (kids!) will like them. There's definitely some nice bits and bobs in these.

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By in United Kingdom,

@Guyon2002 I briefly saw three very blurred looking marvel sets or the box art but I need to see proper clear ones to make a judgement, if the Marvel ones are garbage I,ll save up n get that UCS Batmobile...

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By in United States,

While I love the re colors, I can't not see these for what they truly are...

Shelf warmers.

Just like Toy Story 4, Angry Birds, TMNT movie, TLM2, etc, pretty much any kids movie where the novelty wears off as soon as the movie drops.

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By in United States,

Its obvious no AFOL will buy this, but I don't really care about this. When is the article or at least the database entries for the new Star Wars sets coming? Sure it's mostly an awful wave (except for the Sith Trooper BP & I'm expecting the Mando BP to be great as well) but seeing every new wave getting an article except SW is a bit :(

@legoavenger14 Trust me they are pretty bad... But I think the figs are nice, just the builds are the usual Marvel garbage.

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By in United States,

This is the best theme of 2020 and I will die on that hill.

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By in Denmark,

Further proof that LEGO are completely in the loop on current trends...

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By in United States,

I like those music note and treble clef pieces! Perhaps they could see reuse in a music store (maybe even a modular)?

There's a bunch of awesome-looking recolors as well. I don't think I'm likely to get any of these sets but I might have to order some of those parts on Bricklink.

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By in Belgium,

Awesome. Loving the recolours. Echos of Belville and Scala.

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By in United States,

@nymnyr8694 , I would say you are completely out of the loop on current trends if you don't understand why these sets are being made.

@Darth_Studhilus, *sigh*… -_-

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By in United States,

i might by some. but when i first saw the minifigure pack i was thinking not to.

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By in Russian Federation,

I have a lot of concerns about the fact that such an intellectual property exists in the first place and that LEGO is making sets based on it. But I have to admit: for what they are, these sets don't look bad at all.

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By in Italy,

Wow! So cool!
But, given this is a licensed theme, the prices will be skyrocketing.
Guess I'll wait to buy on Bricklink the bulb-shaped pods (as @Lyichir said) - since I don't really care much about the characters...

Also, a shootload of recolours! First of all, the curved roller coaster tracks in lavender! Since I'm quite a colourful parts enthusiast, this is really thrilling!

Also, I've noticed that some of the Unikitty exclusive moulds (the 3x5 cloud tile and the 4x4 cartoony flower plate) are having a tremendous comeback!

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By in United States,

I hope the music notes will be on Bricks and Pieces. I just wish they were Quarter notes instead of 8th notes.

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By in United States,

Are the infinity stone strings things in these sets?

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By in United States,

It looks like Unikitty barfed on these with glitter LOL

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By in United States,

I am interested in seeing what New Elementary does with some of these parts.

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By in Germany,

Wow, that is a new level for licensed bull****.

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By in United Kingdom,

These may not be every AFOLs cup of tea, but...

I just showed my 6y old daughter the pictures and she wants them all for Christmas!

(I won’t break it to her yet that they won’t be out by then)

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By in Poland,

Just as I hoped! I see SO MUCH POTENTIAL!
Usefull torsos? CHECK
Very cool cocon pieces? CHECK
New set of bagged pieces in multiple colors? CHECK
Cool pieces in amazing colors?

Poppys Pod (mazing prints!) and tree is MUST HAVE for me.
@thatStructVector
more like AFOLS will buy these for amazing pieces!

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By in United States,

Cool how Lego has official treble clef and eighth note pieces now!

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By in United States,

@Do1633
Why do you wish that they were quarters?
Cool username by the way!

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By in Australia,

Not bad, though I’ve never had any interest in the franchise. So not for me.

I’ll probably just wait for Minions.

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By in United States,

@Huw I agree the Star Wars wave for the most part was boring, but I found myself visiting other Lego news sites to view them because there wasn't an article for them here. Not saying your going to see some big loss in traffic from not posting, but you definitely lose some traffic on your site by not posting them.

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By in United Kingdom,

Deciding that Star Wars something boring and of no interest to the people of this site seems an odd choice. Do the site owners really believe the majority of their readers who are probably adult male would rather see new Friends and Troll sets? But as @Bycougars says above, I guess there are plenty of other sites to get news and pictures of the Star Wars sets.

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By in United States,

Those are wack. I kinda like them, not gunna lie.

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By in United States,

@Lordmoral - are you also interested in the balloon set itself?

I just recently acquired two of the relatively new hot air balloon envelopes, finally accepting their small size. I have mixed feelings about a larger option now being available... I wonder if I backed the wrong horse.

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By in United States,

Not my cup of tea, but dang I am sure some MOC builders are about to go wild with all those new color pieces.

Although not choosing to do an article on the Star Wars sets revealed strikes me as... odd... I am often disheartened when I see the editors and admins on this site play favorites to different themes. Let's be honest, most Bionicle fans for example often end up feeling like this site sometimes pushes that theme under the rug when it gets the chance; although the recent features on the recent Lego Ideas project have helped soothe that idea. I understand the 2020 wave aren't the most spectacular bunch of Star Wars sets ever made, but they still got a few things worth pointing out. Even if the comments section devolves into another "OH NO they made yet ANOTHER X-Wing!" debate, I really see no reason to not publish it.

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By in United States,

I think the design staff needs to stop having “team-building” exercises in Amsterdam.

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By in United States,

Was I the only one that thought of the old "onion dome" from the adventure line, when you spotted the new "bulb part(s)"?

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By in Australia,

I do like the colours, and there are some interesting new pieces.

But on the whole, these are all a definite hard-pass for me. It mostly reminds of me of the Unikitty sets (the theme that shops could've give away), and since it's a licensed theme, the prices are going to be just as absurd as the Unikitty ones (hopefully not that bad, I mean, those prices were a mystery for the ages).

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By in United States,

The first thing that came to mind when I saw these was shopkins: little specialized figures with little accessories. Unless felt has some special meaning in this license, I'm also surprised at its use for things that could be easily brick built like heart or flower. These sets are cheerful and colorful but I don't see myself buying anything from this line.

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By in Sweden,

@Huw What about an article about the Disney sets, seeing as the new Storybook subtheme seems to be very much inspired by the Ideas pop-up book!?

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By in Norway,

These are pretty trippy, they'd fit right in with the Yellow Submarine set from a few years back. I'm not sure what the age group for the non-4+ sets are, I wonder if kids really have the patience for all the itty-bitty details. I remember buying sets as gifts for my sister's kids a few years ago, even when I tried to choose age-appropriate-but-not-too-lame ones both the kids and my sister seemed to struggle with them (and they live too far away for me to actually help). Similar with the detailed Friends vs. the rather plain City, are they too hard for the intended audience?

While I appreciate new colors, I feel that for every genuinely useful earth-type color, Lego introduces four or five overly bright "girly" ones. There also seems to be a bit of a "gap" in the palette - on one side you have the earth colors with like 20-30% saturation, on the other you have the bright ones with 100% saturation, but it's very little in-between. Like how it's like eight shades of blue but none of them are a good substitute for Maersk blue, a color I deeply miss.

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By in United States,

@ The_Teenage_Brickster

My guess on why they didn't show the star wars sets is because in 75269: Duel on Mustafar Anakin has the high ground.

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By in United Kingdom,

Ooh just looked a bit harder, I like those Lavender coloured Rollercoaster track parts in the Volcano City Rock Concert, hoping they make more track parts in that colour. If I buy any of these that set is the most likely as it looks the best imho or the Raft Adventures but they would have to be reduced enough for me to actually buy them though.

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By in United States,

Love all the new parts and part-color combinations, don't love the figures but I'm not sure how else you make a LEGO figure out of a troll doll. The felt is certainly... a choice. Well done for what they are but like the film, not my cup of tea.

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By in United States,

I know people whine about "big special parts" all the time but those two piece pod houses are actually really cool! Would be fun to moc a village out of them, for the Trolls or otherwise.

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By in United States,

I was quite critical of the line when first announced, but the sets don't look too bad.

I'm also curious what they might do with the pod houses. I actually think there are other uses for them. I can see some rather out of the box ideas for it--such as small vignettes for Christmas decorations and the like.

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By in United States,

Trolls is a huge market and way bigger than Angry Birds, Minions, and Ninja Turtles, probably combined. At least in the U.S. These will sell just fine, and I know my kids can’t wait for them. Anyone who says otherwise has been living under a rock. The first film was a sleeper hit and blew people away. This next installment will push the brand even further. They did an amazing job translating the IP into LEGO.

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By in United States,

Great colors, those pod parts will make *GREAT* windscreens for Starships, but the license and build aren't my thing at all.

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By in Singapore,

These look amazing! Love the colors, even if they're not quite as technicolor as the new Ninjago wave with pink Zane. Agreed with @gabri_ves and @Minifig290 on the lavender track pieces.

I actually wanna see Trolls World Tour now.

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By in Turkey,

My eyes hurt :(

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By in United States,

More and more licensed products, less and less classic sets.

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By in United States,

About the SW article not being announced I'm pretty sure the Brickset team didn't post it until they got the 100% GO from LEGO or such. I think the last time Brickset did an early article they got in trouble. But it is funny to think that its being delayed because the sets are pretty bad haha. @holdenbear well I don't know where in the US your in, but nowhere in my area shows that Trolls is a "big" market. We'll just have to wait and see if Troll's will be another Unikitty/Toy Story or maybe better when it comes out. Place your bets folks!

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By in Germany,

I have never taken drugs, but this I think is how the world would look to me if I did ;-)

In the beginning I hated the idea of LEGO Trolls, but reminding oneself that the main target audience for LEGO still is kids by a wide margin, I think one has to take off the AFOL glasses every once in a while and loosen up a bit. Sure, it's no Modular or other Creator Expert 3K+ piece work of art, but hey, TLG have enough designers to cater for one end of the market as well as the other.

That being said, I am not sure how well this is going to sell. Probably awaiting bargain basement discounts in three...two...one
(At least over here. In the US I can totally see them flying off the shelves. Then again, customers in the US are...different...anyway ;-P )

Plus, like others have said, I dislike the fact that there appear to be too many licenced sets nowadays versus what we call "Classic" themes. Seeing how many castle, pirates, space, train etc. sets are offered by alternative manufacturers nowadays, there definitely appears to be a market TLG is ever more missing out on.

@holdenbear: I am sure you are right about the US market, but over here, Trolls doesn't hold a candle to Minions. Merchandise for Trolls is negligable, while for Minions you can get everything, literally.

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers: well, in places where there isn't much Trolls merchandise, these sets ought to sell very well to the target market. Meanwhile, in places where you can get Trolls merchandise, I suspect these sets will still sell reasonably well to the target market. And although I am definitely *not* the target market, there's at least one set I'm likely to buy and two more I'm considering, at least until I find out the prices. The theme is certainly off-beat (well, wacky!) and extremely colorful, but there's definitely plenty of charm to it as well.

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By in Greece,

Way better than expected! Between this and Ninjago gaming craziness, let's all have a colorful 2020!!!

@AustinPowers: ...Plus, like others have said, I dislike the fact that there appear to be too many licenced sets nowadays versus what we call "Classic" themes. Seeing how many castle, pirates, space, train etc. sets are offered by alternative manufacturers nowadays, there definitely appears to be a market TLG is ever more missing out on...
I totally agree

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By in Germany,

@sklamb : like I said, I am sure it will do well in some important markets like the US, or Asia, but I doubt it will make much of an impact over here. I am of course going purely by anecdotal evidence, but judging from what I see (our kids are absoletely in the target age range), no one we know has any Trolls stuff at home, nor do any of them intend to go and see the new movie. I have also asked friends of our kids who come to visit, and most of them had never even heard of Trolls, let alone seemed interested. Remember, there is much competition of IPs that cater for that age group. Lots of stuff that does well in the US or Asia doesn't seem to become popular (if even known at all) over here. And vice versa of course. For example I would wager to guess you have never heard of "Bibi Blocksberg / Bibi und Tina", an IP which indeed is huge over here (and has been for more than three decades), with a series of hugely popular movies, tv series, books, comics, audio and other merchandise that seems to be selling extremely well, because everyone we know who has kids in that age range has stuff from that IP.

I would concede that Trolls is more popular if say Playmobil, Schleich and other popular toy brands over here got the licence as well, but there doesn't appear to be anything in the works.

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By in United States,

Plastic toys that became a movie that begat plastic toys. The circle is complete.

Doesn't fill the Elves niche for me especially as it's licensed and likely to be overpriced but that's commerce for ya

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By in Australia,

Although I am not the target demographic, I absolutely adore these and I suspect so will the actual target demographic.

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By in Sweden,

Scala did not use felt for bushes or similar things. They used foam.

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