Review of 76213 King Namor’s Throne Room
“No Woman No Cry”
First of all, a big thank you to LEGO for sending us this awesome set for early review. This set features one Wakandan submarine, a throne and 3 minifigures. This set is priced at USD 34.99 with a parts count of 355 pieces. Let’s see what’s inside this set.
The front of the box showing Shuri jumping out of her Wakandan one man submarine, trying to attack Attuma who is trying to defend his King while King Namor is sitting on his throne watching the battle.
One question. How can Shuri pilot the underwater vehicle in that position?
Sticker sheets with Atlantis glyphs and the decals for the submarine.
The minifigs of the set: Attuma, King Namor and Shuri.
Let’s start with Attuma the ‘Avatar’ blue guy. He is wearing a cloth mask under the big hood/helmet. His torso and leg prints are showing that he is wearing primitive feathers and necklace with pebbles. His spear looks like those vibranium spears in Wakanda。 Does it mean that they have vibranium too?
A glimpse of Attuma in background of this shot of the trailer.
6309243 this is definitely a new piece exclusively designed for Attuma. I love the sand blue at the back of the helmet.
Shuri. It looks like she is taking over the mantle of Black Panther or at least using a simlar tech used for the black panther suit. The hair style is different now and she looks like she is wearing some kind of scuba suit outside of her purple outfit with pipes. The leg prints are awesome and she has dual facial expressions hinting that she likes the battle as there is no angry or upset face print?
Another burning question. Cap is wondering how come Shuri doesn’t need to wear a breather underwater? Perhaps she’s safe in the confines of the high tech vehicle. (Note: Captain America and Scuba Iron Man not included in the set)
The one manned submarine. The ship can only fit one minifigure with the face looking down with no viewport in sight. I give up on guessing how to pilot the vehicle. Any good guesses?
The canopy opens three ways. First the main canopy opens upward.
Another two canopies open sideways.
The purple console is a nice touch to represent this being a Wakandan ship with the general colour scheme of black and purple.
King Namor. The torso looks kind of similar to a Pharaoh. However I love this minifigure as the pointy ears are printed with nice turquoise tattoo. The leg prints with wings at the side of the feet are also a very nice touch to the character
I don’t see Attuma here in this seen but we can see the King Namor’s pointy ears from the trailer.
The build of the throne is very movie accurate with the large skeletal jaw filled with teeth and the King sits on it. The fishes at the side helps sell the rolepay that the throne is surrounded by water.
I love the throne seemingly made out of the maw of a sea creature.
A stop motion video to appreciate the jaw movement. The movement is quite restricted though.
This is the full build of the set. Simple and gives us space put in the characters.
A fun and colourful picture showing various Kings of the sea and mermaids that I own! I don’t really know why Attuma is always so angry. Haha (Note, mermaids/mermen not included in this set)
My tribute to beloved Chadwick Boseman and the amazing character he portrayed, The Black Panther. (Note most figures and the larger vehicle in this picture not included in this set)
No Woman No Cry. (Note most figures and the larger vehicle in this picture not included in this set)
I give this set a 4.8/5.0 score as the set is simple and amazingly designed with each build has their glorious purpose to support the minifigures except for Attuma. Designs are movie accurate This set is priced at USD34.99 with a parts count of 355pieces and 3 nice minifigures. I think the throne is an iconic build and it makes for a good reason to get this set.
Hope you enjoyed my review. Thank you!
The set used for the review was sent to us by The LEGO Group for the purpose of an honest review. Provision of sets do not in any way influence or guarantee a positive review.