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The two small stonework lanterns hide the Technic pin connectors that keep the module in the system. Once the bare foundation is down, along with the base of the big tree that dominates the city corner, the rest of the main city block is highly modular, with each room being a self-contained mini build that is then stacked onto the model and can be removed just as easily.
The first few floors of Ninjago City Gardens are separate buildings that sit at opposite ends of the L-shaped foundation. Higher up, the structures will join.
Despite most of the buildings being quite small, they are intricate builds and frequently use innovative techniques. It features a complex build to use the curved back cover of a book as the serving counter.
The restaurant still manages to fit a stove, sink, and a few other details in despite its tiny footprint. But Ninjago City Gardens takes the interest build techniques a step further.
Unlike the two prior sets, none of the modules are rectangular. Although the first few floors are structures that sit perpendicular to each other, their inner walls are angled to face each other.
This means the rooms on the lower levels are irregular shapes. The rooms on the second floor are the Tea Room with Tea Time Balcony, and the Ninjago Fan Flat.
The interior of the shop is no less excellent, though, packed with a surprising amount of detail in a tiny footprint. And meanwhile, the back of the ice cream shop gets one of the oddest roofs, made with video game controllers.
The tree will extend above this, and connects to the third-floor walkway. We can really make out the general shape of the buildings now. The upper part of the tree uses brown animal tails to make a tentacle-like spread of branches, and it works perfectly.
Once attached, the treetop is part of the walkway module. The fourth floor is where it all comes together—literally. The fourth floor is a single structure spanning both buildings.
The majority of it houses the Ninjago Museum of History, while the Student Flat takes up the left corner. The wall is a masterpiece of LEGO geometry, but the relics inside are just as fun.
Minifigure angular stands make perfect spotlights for the displays. The best detail, however, is the center display case that holds the dragon hilt.
The base of the case is a treasure chest bottom. The Student Flat at the end of the museum is filled with just as much detail as the museum itself.
The outside gets a mishmash of green tiles for a brickwork effect, while the inside has lots of household items.
My favorite detail, however, is the window planter, which uses an upside-down skirt as a tiny planter box. The inside is outfitted for an art student with a small work area with an easel and paintbrush, desk, bed, and a few other details.
On the left is the rooftop zen garden with a teahouse. Even the Tea House is not without its secrets, however. A flowering tree is sprouted out the side of this module.
The ladder in the back retracts up to block unauthorized access, while the outer wall has a slot for a movie poster. Like the previous two Ninjago City sets, there are a few options for the movie posters, with the extra stored in a cubby in the tower.
The hideout is fully loaded for fun with an arcade machine, video game console, recliner, and even a telescope out on the balcony.
It features some of my favorite furniture in the whole set. The arcade machine even functions. A giant koi hangs on the outside of the lair and is a lovely build on its own.
But the build is nonetheless detailed and complex, with large wedge slopes making a diamond pattern on the outside.
Because Ninjago City is a modular system, the walkways all need to connect to each other when the sets are placed next to each other.
The original Ninjago City set solved this by placing an easily removed fence piece at the end of the walkways. With those in place, the main structure of Ninjago City Gardens is complete.
Just like the first, the Temple Island starts by laying out the black and green plates that lie under the water tiles.
The temple can be popped off for easy access. As I mentioned early in the review, clever roof designs have become something of a hallmark for Ninjago City buildings, and the gardens turns that dial to 11, with almost every roof being not only unique from each other, but also different from previous sets.
In total, I counted 11 unique black tiled roof designs, plus a twelfth if you include the temple next door.
The whole set breaks down easily into 18 pieces I forgot to remove the temple from the island in the image below.
This means that the set is an amazing playset, allowing access to every single area of the build. Since Ninjago City Gardens is part of a modular series, many fans who will be purchasing will likely have the previous sets as well.
So how do the gardens fit in with the existing lineup? The sidewalks all line up perfectly with one another and the buildings have a wonderfully ramshackle effect that looks layered and full of history.
It takes away from the crowded, stacked, Kowloon city vibe that cyberpunk so often plays on, and which both of the end models embrace. I much prefer the way the original model joins up with Ninjago City Gardens to create a dense block.
Of course, you could then attach the docks to one of the back sides. No city is complete without its citizens, and Ninjago City Gardens has plenty.
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