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Lego Minecraft: The Farm NOW £24.99 delivered at The Hut
Lego Minecraft: The Farm NOW £24.99 delivered at The Hut

Lego Minecraft: The Farm NOW £24.99 delivered at The Hut

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Yield renewable resources with The Farm! You’ll need food to survive, so fence in the livestock and channel the flowing water to nurture the crops. Harvest pumpkins, wheat, sugar cane and carrots. Use the crafting table to create a pumpkin helmet or jack-o'-lantern. But watch out for the skeleton with his bow and arrow after nightfall! Rebuild the set for more LEGO® Minecraft™ creations or combine with 21115 The First Night and other sets in the series for an even bigger Minecraft adventure!

Includes a Steve minifigure with an accessory, plus a skeleton, cow and a sheep
Features a crafting table, pumpkin helmet, 2 torches, fences, waterfall, sugar cane, pre-mature and mature wheat, carrots, tree, and a chest
Includes skeleton’s bow
Includes a shovel
Includes 262 assorted LEGO® pieces
Experience The Farm
Nurture precious crops and supplies
Watch out for the evil skeleton!
The perfect gift for fans of LEGO® building and Minecraft™
Rebuild for more LEGO® Minecraft™creations
Measures 4” (11cm) high, 10” (27cm) wide and 6” (17cm) deep
Combine with 21115 The First Night and other sets in the series for an even bigger LEGO® Minecraft™ adventure!
Add other biomes in the series to create your own LEGO® Minecraft™ world

7 Comments

OOS

OOS. Like all Lego Minecraft.

Does anyone else thing Lego don't like Minecraft and so don't make enough sets?

gossip says that they will be all available again ... after Christmas ... nice one Lego

Isn't this retail price?? There will be plenty available after Xmas and with discount as well!

We bought this for £25 a couple of weeks ago from Tesco. Have you tried looking there?

tanked

OOS. Like all Lego Minecraft. Does anyone else thing Lego don't like … OOS. Like all Lego Minecraft. Does anyone else thing Lego don't like Minecraft and so don't make enough sets?



Yes, I can see their boardroom now.

'Let's not make sets that we could sell easily, and make less money.'

TLG haven't got the production capacity they need, following the success of the Lego Movie. Perhaps they're hanging on to see if the greater popularity of the brand endures beyond the film being fresh in our minds before they commit to building more manufacturing facilities. With so many themes and so many sets (all of which are popular), which ones get pared back on production?
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