LEGO Marvel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever set may have been spotted online

A Romanian retailer might have just dropped some tantalising details about the rumoured LEGO Marvel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever set 76214.

Adding to these rumours of LEGO Marvel Wakanda Forever sets, an early shop page on Romanian retailer Brick Depot appears to have revealed the price and name of 76214. According to the site, the full name could be 76214 Water Wars, selling for the price of 469.99 Leu, the Romanian currency equivalent of roughly €95.

Thought to be the most expensive Black Panther: Wakanda Forever based on existing rumours, 76214 Water Wars was the only set related to the upcoming film not to be spotted in the LEGO Building Instructions portal, where 76211, 76212, and 76213 were all spotted.

What’s more, Instagram account 1414falconfan claims to have found the description of the set with the help of lego_minecraft_goat on Brick Depot, presumably in the VIP section that’s behind a paywall.

“Put your little superhero at the helm of the iconic Royal Sea Leopard from Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” the description reportedly reads. “LEGO Marvel Black Panther: Water Wars (76214) features tons of fun details and familiar characters for Black Panther fans aged 8 and up.

“The Royal Sea Leapoard is the spectacular ship from the movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever from Marvel Studios. This cool toy set includes two launchers and loads of extras, including a dungeon, weapon, and ammo storage compartments, tools, and two buildable drones.

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“Both drones, which can be parked on the ship’s deck, have two launchers and retractable rotors. Five minifigures M’Baku, Okoye, Black Panther, Ironheart MK2, and King Namor are a source of inspiration for countless imaginative role-play possibilities.”

It’s worth noting that even if this description is accurate, it’s also a translation from Romanian so might be featuring some odd turns of language. As ever, none of this information is confirmed until we get official news from the LEGO Group.

For now, all we can do is rewatch the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer and imagine which sets we’d most like to see.

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