LEGO Super Mario Character Packs - Series 2 71386
Give LEGO Super Mario fans a treat to help them create even more exciting levels. Collectible toy Character Packs – Series 2 71386 each contain a mystery, buildable character with an action tag.
There are 10 LEGO Super Mario characters to collect: Huckit Crab, Spiny Cheep Cheep, Ninji, Foo, Parachute Goomba, Para-Beetle, Poison Mushroom, Thwimp, Fly Guy and Bone Goomba. Each is designed to be used with the Adventures with Mario. Cool app There are instructions in each pack and on the free LEGO Super Mario app, which also has digital tools to make building extra fun, offers creative inspiration and is a safe platform for kids to share ideas.
- Add even more fun, interactive play to kids' LEGO Super Mario universe with Character Packs – Series 2 (71386). Each pack contains a mystery buildable character with an action tag.
- 10 unique LEGO Super Mario toy characters to collect and play with Huckit Crab, Spiny Cheep Cheep, Ninji, Foo, Parachute Goomba, Para-Beetle, Poison Mushroom, Thwimp, Fly Guy and Bone Goomba.
- The Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360), featuring the LEGO Mario figure, is needed for the full play experience. As LEGO Mario jumps on these characters, he reacts in various ways.
- A collectable toy Character Pack makes a fun birthday or holiday gift or anytime treat for kids aged 6 and up, adding new possibilities to their LEGO Super Mario universe.
- Add these characters to the Starter Course, rearrange it and combine with LEGO Super Mario Expansion Sets to create new solo challenges and competitions with friends and family.
- Each pack comes with illustrated instructions to help kids build independently.
- The free LEGO Super Mario app also has building instructions, cool viewing tools to make building extra fun and more. For a list of compatible Android and iOS devices, visit LEGO.com/devicecheck.
- LEGO Super Mario toy playsets bring a family-favourite character into the real world. Fun for solo or group play, they offer unlimited creative challenges through expansion and rebuilding.
- Ever since 1958, LEGO components have met strict industry standards to ensure they are consistent and compatible with a simple, secure connection every time.
- LEGO building bricks and pieces are tested to the max to make sure they meet stringent safety standards.
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