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Hello and welcome to my first Lego set review. This time of one from Lord of The Rings, The Wizard Battle.
I got this set mainly for the Eye of Sauron that you can see in the picture, but at $12.99 it is a fair deal for the amazing figures and display (the throne could be used for a lot of MOC's like a temple from Elder Scrolls for example). Both Saruman (who has only appeared on the Tower of Orthanc (which is expensive) makes his appearence along with Gandalf the Grey (yayy).
Saruman front, notice the silver color on his torso (which is also printed in the back, his face is from Count Dooku which is also the same actor mind you)
back shot and also you can see his other side of the head, the staff is awesome.
his beard (it has printing on it)
As for the main reason you should be buying this is the Eye and the rotating feature around it:
(let your imagination fly with the ways this baby could be used)
In finishing, this is a moderate sized set that is cheap and useful for a lot of ideas not just of castle themes, so hope you enjoy it.
My rating, 5/5 for having cool features like: a rotating floor, good selection of pieces, and other nice features like those two lamps.