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the heroic battle of the four Faction Leaders against the evil
Maelstrom! Protect the Nexus Tower and the Imagination Nexus from the
creatures of chaos. Fight on the front line in Crux Prime, go on an
adventure in Gnarled Forest, train your body and spirit in Forbidden
Valley, or upgrade your tech in the Assembly lab!
Forbidden Valley (Paradox Faction): "The Great Tree" with mini "Hidden Dojo" and adjustable floating rock path "Perilous Path".
Crux Prime (Maelstrom): volcanic platforms "Caldera Mar" and brick-built "Dark Spiderling".
Gnarled Forest (Venture League Faction): "Pirate Camp" beach with mini "Black Seas Barracuda", "Tortoise Terrace" waterfall and pond, detailed jungle vegetation and skull rock formation.
Nexus Tower (Sentinel Faction): "Nexus Tower" with beam of the Imagination Nexus, rock spikes terrain, mini "Assembly Personal Fortresses" and mini "Venture Koi" spaceship.
Assembly Lab (Assembly Faction): landing platform, world monitor and "Inventor Goggles" charging station.
1382 pieces, 5 minifigures: Vanda Darkflame (Paradox), Hael Storm (Venture League), Duke Exeter (Sentinels), Dr. Overbuild (Assembly) and a Stromling (Maelstrom).
Universe was a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game that came out
in 2010, and quickly became one of the most loved LEGO games by
players and LEGO fans around the world. The game had many layers:
imaginative worlds to explore, enemies to fight, quests to do, and
items to collect (standard MMO stuff), but also minigames with
customised vehicles, and a unique personal property system where
players could build their own models and make them come to life. A
remember seeing the epic trailers leading up to the release (as a
teen), and being blown away by the sheer diversity of the game. I
have always been more builder than gamer, so I spent more time
drooling over the stunning wallpapers of the different worlds and the
many all-original minifigure designs than actually playing. Unlike
some players, I was not devastated by the closing of the game, but I
felt dissatisfied that LU left only two little physical sets, while I
had hoped for a whole wave... Five years ago, after yet another
nostalgia plunge into the LU fandom wiki, I decided to take matters
into my own hands and started designing a set that would do justice
to LEGO Universe. I hope you like the result!
thanks to Umbra-Manis for supporting me and providing feedback the
am very grateful for the incredibly devoted contributors of the LU
wiki. I could not have made this project without the information that
they gathered and archived!
my deep respect to all the talented people out there that poured
their hearts and souls into the creation of the game, and their
empathy towards the player community following the shut down. The
behind the scenes insights these people shared really shaped a
proactive and passionate and lasting LU fanbase. You are amazing,