Lego Legends of Chima

Lego Legends of Chima (also known as Lego Chima) was a Lego theme from The Lego Group, introduced in 2013 and discontinued in 2015. The theme are set in a realm called "Chima", in which various tribes resembling different animals who are at war with one another; they all battle to collect a substance called "CHI", which comes in crystal orbs and has magical powers.[1] CHI Orbs can be worn or used within weapons. The theme also contains a playable game called Speedorz.

Lego Legends of Chima
SubthemesSpeedorz
SubjectAnthropomorphic Animals, Fantasy, Warrior Animals
Availability2013–2015
Total sets24
CharactersLaval, Lagravis, Longtooth, Leonidas, Lennox, Lavertus, Crominus, Cragger, Crooler, Crunket, Crug, Crawley, Ewald, Ewar, Eris, Equila, Eglor, Rawzom, Razar, Razcal, Rizzo, Wakz, Worriz, Wilhurt, Winzar, Windra, Gorzan, Grizzam, G'loona, Rogon, Rinona, Skinnet, Furty, Scorm, Spilyn, Sparratus, Braptor, Blista, Shadowind, Plovar, Sir Fangar, Voom Voom, Vornon, Vardy etc.

Legends of Chima, a 3D animated television series have been spawned from this Lego theme, along with several video games. A magazine, Lego Legends of Chima was also produced in the UK, with a free collectible Lego included with each copy.[2]

Lego Chima resembles an earlier theme, Lego Ninjago, which began in 2011, and similarly led to a 3D animated television series and other adaptations, contains a playable "game within the game" gimmick while the realm of Chima appears to be one of the many multiple realms alongside with the realm of Ninjago.

Setting

Chima is a realm of a giant floating continent hovering above on an even larger unknown world where anthropomorphic animals lived in peace with one another until a conflict caused a civil war with the 19 animal tribes:

There are also several creatures not affiliated with any tribes:

The members of the factions fiercely battle over a powerful natural resource called Chi, which could allow its possessor to create or destroy.

Story

Once a pristine, natural paradise, CHIMA has become a battle ground for eight animal tribes. Best friends are now enemies. The animals fight for control of a natural resource called CHI, a powerful element that is both a source of life and potential destruction. Only a few brave heroes in CHIMA understand the true nature of CHI, and the possible downfall of CHIMA that will result from its misuse. Their stories, and the stories of those who seek to destroy them, are known as the legends of CHIMA.

For a thousand years, animal tribes have ruled the land of CHIMA and lived in peace. They played and worked together, cooperated and prospered until the outbreak of the CHIMA conflicts.

Laval, Cragger, Eris, Razar, Worriz, Gorzan, Skinnet, Rogon and Bladvic' are friends at first. One day, Cragger wants to visit the Sacred Pool of Chi in the Lion Chi Temple. Laval brings Cragger into the temple. Cragger does not listen to Laval's advice and slips a Chi into his chest. Cragger says to Laval: "I have 'Unleashed The Power'!" Then, Cragger goes crazy and runs all over the place. King Crominus, Cragger's father, and Crunket, Cragger's mother, go to the Lion Chi temple to recover their son, but it turns to a heated debate. The next day, Cragger brings Worriz to the temple to feel the Chi power. But when they enter the temple, Lagravis, Leonidas, Longtooth and Laval stop them. Worriz runs away quickly. Cragger retreats, but accidentally starts a war with the lions, where his parents disappear down the Gorge of Eternal Depth.

Lagravis then tells Laval about the great story... As the first species to drink from the Ancient Pool of CHI flowing from Mount Cavora, the Lions had become its sworn protectors. No one had ever challenged the Lions' custodianship of the Pool because the Lions had always been reliable and fair with the CHI, and although the Crocodiles butt heads with them, they were wise enough to avoid open conflict. Animals throughout the land relied on the magical CHI orbs to energize their vehicles, gear, and themselves. The orbs were a power source that the Lions had always shared equally with everyone.

As the Crocodile Prince Cragger ascended the throne in the absence of his parents after a war with the lions, he knew the Lions were innocent, but his sister Crooler was able to hypnotize him and declare war. Full-scale conflict broke out between the Crocodiles and the Lions. The Ravens and the Wolves side with the crocodiles. The Eagles and Gorillas stay with the lions. As conflict spreads, the fate of CHIMA hangs in the balance.

After much fighting, with ups and downs for Cragger, a mysterious black cloud comes in and runs Mount Cavora dry. There is one big final battle, where Laval fakes his death and the villains gain the upper hand due to their strategy, and outnumbering them, since they bribed the rhinos while the bears slept through it all. The fight ended in Laval, who faked his death, bringing the legendary Crocodile Legend Beast with Cragger's mother, Crunket, in tow. An estatic Cragger ends the war, but Crunket informs them of dark tribes that want to steal all of their CHI. It has only begun.

TV series

Movie

After the final episode of Chima, WAG decided to make a film based on the show. Production began on September 6, 2019.

Video games

In 2013, three Chima based games were released. The first is a game titled Legends of Chima: Speedorz was made available on the Lego website and for iOS on January 3, 2013. It is a racing game centered around collecting Lego studs and to battling animals.[3] The second game, Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey, released on June 25, 2013 for PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS and released on August 31, 2013 for Nintendo DS.[4] The third is a MMORPG called Lego Legends of Chima Online that has been confirmed to be in development for PC and MAC browsers by WB Games Montreal. The plot for that is to build across Chima and to customize your weapons. It was released in the 3rd quarter of 2013.[5] Chima is also one of several themes featured in the 2015 Lego Dimensions game, and Laval, Eris, and Cragger are playable.

All products

There are 24 standard sets, 16 bonus sets, 1 DVD, 3 video games, 4 key chains and 4 weapons. These are all Lego Legends of Chima sets.

Set No. Set Release Pieces Minifigures Ref.
11904Brickmaster Legends of Chima: The Quest for CHI parts2013187Lennox, Crawley[6]
30250Ewar's Acro Fighter201333Ewar[6]
30251Winzar's Pack Patrol201338Winzar[6]
30252Crug's Swamp Jet201323Crug[6]
30253Leonidas' Jungle Dragster201330Leonidas[6]
30254Razcal's Double-Crosser201336Razcal[6]
30255Crawley201311Crawley[6]
50006Legends of Chima2013211-[6]
66450Super Pack 3-in-1 70003+70001+700002013596Eris, Razar, Rizzo, Crawley, Leonidas, Razcal[6]
70000Razcal's Glider2013109Razcal[6]
70001Crawley's Claw Ripper2013139Crawley, Leonidas[6]
70002Lennox' Lion Attack2013230Lennox, Crug[6]
70003Eris' Eagle Interceptor2013348Eris, Razar, Rizzo[6]
70004Wakz' Pack Tracker2013297Wakz, Winzar, Equila[6]
70005Laval's Royal Fighter2013417Laval, Longtooth, Crawley[6]
70006Cragger's Command Ship2013609Cragger, Crominus, Crooler, Rawzom, Lennox, Leonidas[6]
70007Eglor's Twin Bike2013223Eglor, Razcal[6]
70008Gorzan's Gorilla Striker2013505Gorzan, Grumlo, G'loona, Rizzo[6]
70009Worriz's Combat Lair2013664Worriz, Wilhurt, Wakz, Windra, Grizzam, Eris[6]
70010The Lion CHI Temple20131258Lagravis, Laval, Longtooth, Ewald, Cragger, Crawley, Razar[6]
70011Eagle's Castle2013369Ewald, Lennox, Worriz[6]
70012Razar's CHI Raider2013412Razar, Rizzo, Ewar[6]
70013Equila's Ultra Striker2013339Equila, Eglor, Wilhurt[6]
70014The Croc Swamp Hideout2013647Crominus, Cragger, Crug, Lennox. Leonidas[6]
70100Ring of Fire201383Razar
70101Target Practice2013101Equila
70102CHI Waterfall2013106Leonidas
70103Boulder Bowling201393Crominus
70104Jungle Gates201381Lennox
70105Nest Dive201397Eglor
70106Ice Tower2013101Winzar
70107Skunk Attack2013101Skinnet
70108Royal Roost2013105Lagravis
70109Whirling Vines201377Gorzan
70110Tower Target201391Grizzam
70111Swamp Jump201392Furty
70112Croc Chomp2013105Crug
70113CHI Battles201393Longtooth, Wakz
70114Sky Joust2013114Eris, Rawzom
70115Ultimate Speedor Tournament2013246Cragger, Laval
70128Braptor's Wing Striker2014126Braptor, Eris
70129Lavertus' Twin Blade2014183Lavertus, Scutter
70130Sparratus' Spider Stalker2014292Sparratus, Gorzan
70131Rogon's Rock Flinger2014257Rogon, Rinona, Sparracon
70132Scorm's Scorpion Stinger2014434Scorm, Laval, Cragger
70133Spinlyn's Cavern2014407Spinlyn, Rogon, Eris
70134Lavertus' Outland Base2014684Lavertus, Laval, Blista, Sparratus
70200CHI Laval201355N/A; buildable figure[7]
70201CHI Eris201367N/A; buildable figure[7]
70202CHI Gorzan201359N/A; buildable figure[7]
70203CHI Cragger201363N/A; buildable figure[7]
70204CHI Worriz201355N/A; buildable figure[7]
70205CHI Razar201368N/A; buildable figure[7]
70128Braptor's Wing Striker2014126N/A; Braptor, Eris[7]
70129Lavertus' Twin Blade2014183N/A; Lavertus, Scutter[7]
850602Cragger Key Chaim20131Cragger
850607Eris Key Chain20131Eris
850608Laval Key Chain20131Laval
850609Worriz Key Chain20131Worriz
850611Cragger's Shield20131-
850612Cragger Sword20131-
850614Laval's Shield20131-
850615Laval Sword20131-
850776Legends of Chima Playmat201326-
850777Legends of Chima Accessory201334-
850779Legends of Chima Minifigure Accessory201342Lennox, Winzar, Razcal, Ewar[7]
5002417Lego Legends of Chima Cragger Minifigure Clock20131Cragger[7]
5002421Lego Legends of Chima Laval Minifigure Clock20131Laval[7]
5002664Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey Nintendo 3DS Video Game20131Laval[7]
5002666Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey PS Vita Video Game20131Laval[7]
#Lego Legends of Chima: Speedorz20131-[7]
5002673Lego Legends of Chima: The Power of Chi DVD20131-[7]
6031640Chima Promotional20135-
6031641Lion tribe rip-cord and topper20132-

References

  1. http://www.lego.com/en-us/chima/world-of-chima/chi
  2. "Lego Legends Of Chima Magazine". tu.co.uk. Retrieved 12 December 2015.
  3. Ryan Winslett. "Lego Legends Of Chima Games Coming In 2013". Cinema Blend. Retrieved 2013-01-04.
  4. Thomas East. "Lego: Legends Of Chima coming to 3DS and DS in the summer". Official Nintendo Magazine. Retrieved 2013-01-04.
  5. "LEGO Game Devs Build Their Own Universe". GameSpy. Retrieved 2013-01-04.
  6. "Legends of Chima: All Legends Of Chima sets". Brickset. Retrieved 2013-01-04.
  7. "Lego.com Chima Legends of Chima". Lego Group. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
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