Will 21137 Minecraft The Mountain Cave Retire This Year?

The LEGO 21137 Minecraft The Mountain Cave is a massive set. The set can be opened up the model to access the detailed interior and rearrange them with easy-to-connect modular sections. You can activate the lava burst, revolve the cave-spider spawner or trigger the charged Creeper explosion. It even features a minecart track with an integrated redstone-powered minecart elevator! This set includes two minifigures: Steve and Alex. Besides minifigures, it also consists of a cave spider, wolf, baby wolf, slime, two small slimes, two bats, a zombie, and more. There are an extensive amount of accessory including a Minecraft clock, spider eyes, signs, map, golden armor, shield, TNT and eight ore style elements. This set includes over 2,860 pieces and measures over 12” (31cm) high × 20” (53cm) wide × 11” (29cm) deep.

Will The Mountain Cave Retire This Year?

LEGO Minecraft is a series that based on the successful video game with the same name. LEGO started The Minecraft series in 2012 with 21102 Minecraft Micro World: The Forest. The series remains very popular among video game fans and younger audiences. The Minecraft sets released before 2017 generally had a longer lifespan. The first set of the series – 21102 Minecraft Micro World: The Forest (3 years), 21106 The Nether (2 years) and 21114 The Farm (2 years). However, the more recent Minecraft sets have a much shorter lifespan. For example 21132 Jungle Temple, 21133 The Witch Hut, and 21131 The Ice Spikes, they had about one-year lifespan. With that being said, since LEGO released The Mountain Cave in July 2017. LEGO Store online, they have marked this set as “Backorder”. So LEGO is maybe doing “the dance” before they retire this set. Therefore, if you are still haven’t bought this Minecraft set yet, don’t wait anymore! Buy it now before it is too late.

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