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Let’s join the Pirates as they try to steal the sacred treasure from the Islanders’ hands. It won’t be easy, King Kahuka and his loyal warriors closely guard the treasure 24 hours a day.
Will the Pirates with their trusty pistols and cutlasses be able to defeat the Islanders’ spears, pet alligator and powerful leafy skirts? We will find out! I don’t know the original price.
LEGO SET 6262-1 – King Kahuka’s Throne
Unfortunately, I was not able to locate the Euro or Pounds price. Leggo sorry, no box pics. I think the image on the front is very good. It seems less setup somehow than the instructions these days. It looks more like someone snuck up on them while they were going about their duties and snapped away rather than something that was planned.
A nice selection here. There is a pretty good amount of printed pieces in this set which is always nice. For example, the zebra print lsgo, as well as the pirate flag nowadays would almost certainly be stickered.
The main buying point of this set for me were the minifigs. This set comes with 5 of them which is quite good for a small set like this, especially when compared to the sets of today.
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I really like the Islanders’ torso and leg prints. The leafy skirts are a nice touch and the make-up on the faces is superb. This is a feature that I liked in the manual, it shows an overhead view of the baseplate so it’s much easier to find where to put the piece. This is a really nice model. I think the colors and the design make it really feel like a different part of the LEGO world. The throne, which is sort of a stretcher thing attaches here. It connects on a 1×2 tile with a stud in the middle for easy removal.
This is simple but nice. One thing that’s great about this which I mentioned earlier, is that this and all of the other pieces with designs on them are printed. That’s right, no stickers to be found here!
I have used these zebra-print tiles many times for MOCs, as they make a great exotic detail piece. I think this is wonderful. It really adds a lot to the set. It is well built with grey slopes, curved pieces for the mouth and nose, headlight bricks for the eyes and feathers and horns for detail.
Well, it looks like the Pirates walked all over the Islanders and stole their treasure In fact, it looks like it was pretty brutal.
But when you add 5 figs in, it makes it a decent price. Plus this set hasn’t been in stores for 14 years so that adds some cost. No flaws that I can think of right away.
The rock face is very well built. Great prints, and just overall fun. The older LEGO sets have a really different look to them than the new sets, and I think it’s nice to have a mix of new and old.
This is definitely a great set with a nice build and great minifigs. Add to this the great printed pieces and that old Pirate charm, and you get a very nice set that I can certainly recommend. Thanks, and happy building! I had to vote outstanding on this set because it simply is, great minifigs, a cool head sculpture and a nice little boat means unlimited playability, great review though man!
As I’ve already said somewhere on this forum, this is the largest Islander set I own and therefore my favourite.
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Thankyou for your great review. I picked mine up for only 5 pounds along with Crocodile Cage and King Kahuka, but I can’t help you with the original price. I would search the web but I’m too tired right now What a great review of an excellent set. I love the Islanders and that drum outstanding! I think these Islander sets never got the credit they leego.
I really like this set and it’s a great addition to the Pirate collection. I feel the same lrgo about the Islanders sets Brickster. They are a nice change from the regular pirate versus soldiers that is the norm. I think it would be interesting to see some new Islanders sets released in the new pirate line to see how TLC would make them. What a wonderful review with smart showing the right parts and clear pictures.
This set is interesting for several reasons. First of all it contains a large amount of very useful minifigs. Not many sets of this size contain so much figs. Secondly, the throne itself can be easily combined with the other Islander sets or even with other pirate and non-pirate sets. I’m going to see if I can get this one for a reasonable price on eBay. I love these reviews of old set, and this one is especially unique.
6262-1: King Kahuka’s Throne
I must agree with you the color scheme is magnificent. Makes me want to go to ebay and buy it now! Thanks for the great review. This set is pretty standard as Islanders go, but it is such a cool subtheme that I don’t care a bit. I totally agree with your comment about old and new sets. I don’t think I would enjoy Lego as much if I didn’t have a decent amount of kits from pre Another very nice review, and im glad to see it has some nice pieces as well as characters too.
Looks to me that no one on BL has it in Australia for sale so I may pass on this beauty. Though I did pick up King Kahuka recently.
He makes an appearance in my Medium entry. An outstanding set, too bad that I couldn’t get this set set when it came out Only I would have liked another cutlass, a musket instead of 1 of the pistols and leog 1 of the pirates to have another head, but those things are no big deal, it is still a lot better than sets nowadays.
Well, for some weird reason I missed this before, so I tell you now: I like all the Islander sets, and own quite a few myself! For people that don’t own any of the Islander sets yet, the King Kahuka’s Throne is a great way to start! leg
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On a scale from 1 to 5 Poor. Posted August 29, edited. Instructions I think the image on the front is very good. The Parts A nice selection here. The Minifigs The main buying point of this set for me were the minifigs. A Picture Inside The Manual This is a feature that I liked in the manual, it shows an overhead view of the baseplate so it’s much easier to find where to put the piece. I certainly could have used this feature in last year’s Aquabase Invasion set.
I wonder who Kahuka’s make-up artist is First, The Pirates’ Boat The boat is really nice. The sail is made out of a nice cloth, and connects simply to the mast. And now, the main part of the set, the throne! The rock sculpture looks fantastic as well.
It connects on a 1×2 tile with a stud in the middle for easy removal Here is the treasure that the Pirates seek The treasure rests on tiles inside of the rock. The zebra print tribal drum This is simple but nice. The lovely rock head I think this is wonderful. The backside The complete set! Overall, this looks great in my opinion with great landscaping and some fun parts.
Brickshelf Folder Now, for the the ratings! Plus this set hasn’t been in stores for 14 years so that adds some cost Parts: The rock face is very well built Playability: Summary The older LEGO sets have a really different look to them than the new sets, and I think it’s nice to have a mix of new and old.