LEGO Pharaoh’s Quest Golden Staff Guardians 7306
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LEGO Pharaoh’s Quest Golden Staff Guardians 7306

LEGO Pharaoh’s Quest Golden Staff Guardians 7306

  • Includes Mac McLoud and 2 mummy figures
  • Mac uses the motorbike and stick of dynamite to retrieve the Golden Staff
  • Temple features secret compartment to hide the Golden Staff
  • Blow-out wall
  • 70 elements

bRace to the temple and battle for the golden staff!/bMac McLoud races towards the temple on his motorcycle in search of 1 of the Pharaoh AmsetRas 6 treasures, the golden staff. Gain access to the staff with dynamite and stay one step ahead of the mu

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  • N. Parker:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love this set!, January 30, 2011
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    This is a fantastic Lego set for about $10. It has a beautiful red motorcycle (very old school style), a cool mini-fig (with helmets, googles, etc), 2 mummy warriors (with full Pharaoh head-dress and shields), a golden staff and more. This is a great set for young and old alike.

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  • ToyMan NYC:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Pharaoh Starter…!, January 2, 2011
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    Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 

    GOLDEN STAFF GUARDIANS is one of those perfect little $10.00 sets that have great mini-figs and accessories.

    Fun for kids for the excellent designs of the mini-figs, a vehicle and good playability for such a small scene(Lot’s you can do with this set and some imagination) while for the AFoL, you get the mini-figs to increase your Mummy armies, excellent accessories and a cool looking motorcycle.

    The breakdown….

    - The MOTORCYCLE in a beautiful rich red (similar body and frame like Mutt’s ‘Harley-esque’ bike from Indiana Jones set 7196) w/double headlights, rear tail-light and clips in the rear for tools, weapons, etc. In this set, it holds a rifle and a stick of dynamite. Suggestion, attach a gray pistol to bike to act as a kick stand. Helps stand up bike better when Mac McLoud is fighting off those Mummy Warriors.

    - New MAC MCLOUD mini-fig with pilot’s helmet, goggles (an extra pair included), bruise graphic and stubble on face, all new torso with wife beater t-shirt, suspenders and blood stain graphics front and back. No graphics on legs.

    - 2 MUMMY WARRIORS with the standard Pharaoh head-dress but this time the head-dress is all in black. Gives the Mummy Warriors a more menacing look and sets the tone as the main foot soldiers in the Mummy Army of the Undead! They are issued a khopesh ‘sickle’ sword and wonderfully designed scarab-shield each in dark pearl gray. Duel sided heads with one showing both eyes and teeth while the duel side has only a single red eye peeking through the bandages. Torso has all new mummy wrap and necklace graphics front and back. Graphics on front legs but not back.

    - Small, mini diorama of a temple holding one of Pharaoh Amset Ra’s precious/mystical artifacts, the GOLDEN STAFF. Nicely designed pearl gold staff with a spot at the top to attach possibly the Soul Diamond from Flying Mummy Attack (Set #7307)?

    Playability-wise…with the ‘temple’ you have a spot to attach the staff and a long pin to push the Golden Staff off it’s base. This is to simulate McLoud planting his dynamite and blowing part of the wall, thus knocking off the staff.
    Another idea for playability here is that as McLoud approaches the staff, you push the pin and the staff flies off into the hands of the Mummy Warriors acting as if they have telekinetic powers. Also build around the small temple to give it a larger look. There’s so much you can do with this small set!

    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND getting this. Great price, great figs and great playability.

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  • Justin Gaines "Corporate Rocker":
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect introduction to the Pharaoh’s Quest line, March 4, 2011
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    Justin Gaines “Corporate Rocker” (Northern Virginia) –
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    Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LEGO Pharaoh’s Quest Golden Staff Guardians 7306 (Toy)

    One of the less-expensive sets in Lego’s new Pharaoh’s Quest line, the Golden Staff Guardians set is pretty much a minifigure set, as there’s really not much else to build. The minifigures are wicked cool though. You get an adventurer (Mac McLoud, apparently) with a helmet, goggles, dynamite and a rifle, plus a pair of creepy-looking mummy warriors. They have pharaoh style headpieces, curved swords and shields shaped like scarab beetles, plus reversible heads. The other attraction is the motorcycle, which was what my son was most interested in.

    Complexity – With just 70 pieces, this was an easy set to assemble. My 5-year old put together the minifigures and the motorcycle, and I built the platform that holds the staff. It probably took 15 minutes to assemble everything.

    Playability – My son had a lot of fun with this set, particularly with the McLoud figure and motorcycle. It’s easy to set up various adventures, and it didn’t take much to incorporate these minifigures into his other Lego sets.

    This is a great set overall, and makes an ideal (and inexpensive) introduction to the Pharaoh’s Quest line. It’s probably worth the retail price just for the two mummy warrior minifigures.

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