LEGO NINJAGO 2023 sets are a familiar mix of dragons, bikes and mechs

If you’ve always wanted more mechs, dragons and bikes from your LEGO NINJAGO sets, good news: that’s exactly what the first list of 2023 sets is comprised of.

As initially rumoured last month, next year’s LEGO NINJAGO line-up will apparently kick off with a continuation of this year’s EVO line, which reimagines the theme’s core concepts for a younger demographic. Nine of the 12 previously-rumoured sets have popped up on price comparison site brickmerge, along with more fleshed-out product names, price points and release dates.

Five of the ninja are playing starring roles in those sets – at least going by their titles – with a familiar mix of dragons, mechs, jets and bikes for them to ride or pilot. Lloyd, Kai and Jay are mentioned in two sets apiece, while Zane and Cole are each paired up with a dragon. The biggest of those is 71786 Zane’s Ice Dragon, which brickmerge says will come in at €99.99 – or a full €40 cheaper than this summer’s 71774 Lloyd’s Golden Ultra Dragon.

LEGO NINJAGO 71774 Lloyds Golden Ultra Dragon lifestyle featured

Check out the full list below, which also includes three previously-rumoured sets about which we still know very little.

Set namePriceRelease date
71777 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71778 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71779 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71780 Kai’s Ninja Racing Car EVO€9.99January 1, 2023
71781 Lloyd’s Mech Duel EVO€19.99January 1, 2023
71782 Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO€34.99January 1, 2023
71783 Kai’s Mech-Bike EVO€44.99January 1, 2023
71784 Jay’s Thunder Jet EVO€9.99January 1, 2023
71785 Jay’s Titan-Mech€79.99January 1, 2023
71786 Zane’s Ice Dragon€99.99January 1, 2023
71787 Creative Ninja Brick Box€59.99January 1, 2023
71788 Lloyd’s Ninja Motorcycle€9.99January 1, 2023

Bear in mind that all information around these sets – including any from brickmerge – should be taken lightly until confirmed by the LEGO Group.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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