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Will the Temple of Airjitzu Disappear Like a Ninja This Year?

LEGO 70751 Temple of Airjitzu

The LEGO Ninjago’s

set is a highly detailed temple building with many surprises and features. It includes many delightful architectural features like Oriental–style decorated windows and sliding doors. The intricate wooden-frame-style walls of the nearby Blacksmiths. As well as a beautifully curved roof of the Smugglers Market. The Temple of Airjitzu, Blacksmith’s workshop and Smugglers’ Market connected by paths, steps, and bridge with 2 stone-style dragons on either side. This set also includes 12 minifigures with assorted weapons for Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Zane, Cole, Nya, Wu, MisakoDareth, Postman, Jesper, and Claire. The village measures about 16” high x 20” wide x 13” deep. Temple of Airjitzu measures about 16” high, 7” wide and 7” deep. Blacksmith’s workshop measures about 5” high x 5” wide x 7” deep. Smugglers’ Market measures about 5” high x 5” wide x 7” deep.

Will Temple of Airjitzu retire this year?

LEGO released The Temple of Airjitzu about two years ago in September 2015. Currently, the LEGO online store has marked this set as “Sold Out” right now. Seems like this is a scenario that some LEGO enthusiasts call “the dance.” Before a product retiresa set will go out of stock and become available again multiple times. Finally, it will go out of stock one last time before it retires. With the new Ninjago movie coming out this year, this is possible that LEGO will retire this set to make way for the new Ninjago sets. As a result, this should not be a surprise to the fans and collectors that the

retires by the end of 2017 or the beginning of 2018.

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3 Comments

  1. I concur. This set is highly likely to be retiring (end of) this year to make place for the new big Ninjago Movie sets like Ninjago City and Destiny’s Bounty.

  2. Since September 2017 this set has become officially RETIRED in the USA/Canada region, while it is still available at LEGO S@H in Europe.

    Now it is going to be interesting to see when this set will also become officially Retired in Europe.

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