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According to the book, LEGO NINJAGO: The Visual Dictionary (Masters of Spinjitzu): Eyebrow notch caused by an explosion The relevant page can be previewed on the Amazon page for the book:


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Apparently it's from a 2015 Toys R Us building event, in which there were 5 different mask kids could choose to build. There does not appear to be an item number associated with these builds. All 5 designs and 3 of the instructions can be seen in these images (click for full-size). I also found a video where all 5 are built and the booklet is flipped ...


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These parts are used to hold the cards upright as shown in the instructions:


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The flyers were released in 2015, 2 years is an average production run for LEGO sets. Note that spinners have been released before, in 2011 and 2012 with expansion packs like cards and weapons. I think the most likely reason that the flyers were discontinued is that LEGO did not see enough marketing potential in a second wave. As to being more "fun", that ...


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My local retailer mentioned issues with flyers getting lost as they flew away... a little too well


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As this set is built on a plate-built base, it is quite possible that they are not pushed together tightly. I have ran into this numerous times when building the LEGO Modular Buildings as the second and third floors have a plate-built floor. Look through everything that has been built so far and make sure that the plates are pushed together all the way. LEGO ...


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The best and most effective technique I've come across is to use a bit of nail varnish on the inner anti-stud of the helmet piece, as Tonk explained on his blog TonksToysBlog. Just be sure to apply a very tiny amount and give it plenty of time to dry. Also, if it matters to you, the helmet you have pictured does not go to the figure pictured. The figure is ...


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Given the red quarter domes, I'm fairly certain the bricks are from this set: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?S=70615-1


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Here's a fan built back panel to combine and prop them up all nice and proper like. The pictures are detailed enough to suss out build instructions or a workable modification.


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This was a giveaway at Toys'R'Us March 2015. The image I have found suggests me these masks don't have a have a set number. Here you can also see how instructions looks like. These are not your standard LEGO instructions you can find in sets or with other promos. The lack of set number and the appearance of the booklet with instructions suggest me you cannot ...


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