When adding to my Pokémon Nanoblock collection, I do not stick to the same difficulty levels or the number of pieces. I enjoy testing my skills, as well as my sanity, with various building sets.
- Collection: Pokémon
- Difficulty level 3
- About 30 min to finish
- Comes with 210 pieces
- Brick sizes start at 4x4x5 mm
- Step-by-step instructions
- 2.7 inches tall
One set that stands out from others in my collection is the Lugia Nanoblock set. Lugia is one of the smartest, most self-aware creatures in the Pokémon universe. It is also bigger than other Pokémon sets in my collection.
I love that the Lugia set stands out from the crowd, which is why I have been excited to share my review with everyone. In addition to my experience, I did my research on various websites.
My goal is to ensure you are receiving a review full of accurate information. As you read through my review, you can find…
- Information on the Lugia Nanoblock set.
- Details on the Lugia creature itself.
- Brief description of the Pokémon Red and Blue Version game.
After you read my review, you may decide to add Lugia to your own Pokémon Nanoblock collection.
My Lugia Nanoblock Building Set Review
Learning about a character and franchise is always a good idea when adding to your Nanoblock collection.
Of course, you may already be familiar with Lugia and Pokémon in general. You may also be a new fan or someone who is shopping for another fan. This is why my review is full of accurate information and fair judgment.
Lugia is a psychic, flying and diving Pokémon with powerful wings that can cause damage to buildings and other surroundings.
— J4m3o_F (@j4m3o_) February 5, 2022
Its weaknesses are ghosts, electricity, ice, rocks and the dark. Luckily, it has the ability to put pressure on its opponents during battle.
Lugia also has the self-awareness to hide deep under the sea to avoid damaging its surroundings.
Pokémon Red and Blue Version
The Pokémon Red and Blue Version consist of the first two Pokémon games with an international release. Previously released in Japan, the original games are known as Pocket Monsters Red and Green.
Players of the game are known as Red. The game starts with players choosing from three starter Pokémon, which are Squirtle, Charmander and Bulbasaur.
1998 Pokemon Red and Blue Commercial pic.twitter.com/YfeLkM1RKi
— Video Game Commercials (@GameCommercials) February 6, 2022
The goal is to travel to various locations to battle other Pokémon Trainers and a rival known as Blue.
At the end of the game, players travel to the Cerulean Cave to find Mewtwo. Mewtwo is the strongest Pokémon in the Kanto region.
Are you looking to learn more about Mewtwo? In this article, I share my review of the Mewtwo Nanoblock set.
My Review of The Lugia Nanoblock Set
The Lugia Nanoblock set allows you to build a 3D design of this powerful diving Pokémon. While it does feature a compact design, Lugia is taller than several other creatures in this series.
Finally got time to build my nanoblock Lugia -w- that I haven’t touched in half a year hahaha -shot- pic.twitter.com/nAWc9n18tj
— Cheryl 🍡 (@cysketch) December 8, 2018
If accuracy is important to you, I feel the Lugia set is the perfect addition to your collection. It is hard not to notice the precise colors and large wings on this Pokémon model.
There are plenty of creatures to add to your Nanoblock Pokémon collection, and you can find my guide of various Nanoblock Pokémon sets by clicking here.
Lugia Nanoblock Set Dimension
The Lugia set comes with 210 pieces, and this includes the extra pieces that come with every Nanoblock set.
The smallest bricks measure 4 mm by 5 mm for a perfect fit. Once assembled, Lugia stands approximately 2.7 inches tall.
Lugia Nanoblock Difficulty Level
All Nanoblock sets are based on a difficulty scale of one to five. One is the easiest level, and five is the most advanced level.
The Lugia set is based at level three, which means it offers a bit of a challenge to builders. Of course, it is not as challenging as a level four or five Nanoblock set.
It is designed for ages 15 and older, but this does not mean younger children cannot enjoy putting together Lugia. However, you should always consider the skill and experience of yourself or another builder before purchasing a Nanoblock set.
When I put together Lugia, it took me a little over 30 minutes to complete the set. The work put into it was definitely worth the reward of displaying this powerful Pokémon creature in my home.
If you are looking for an easier Pokémon set, Bulbasaur is a level two model. You are welcome to read my review of the Bulbasaur Nanoblock set by clicking here.
Lugia Nanoblock Set Instructions
The Lugia Nanoblock set comes with a set of instructions.
Hani Amy shares a time-lapse video of a Lugia Nanoblock build. She follows the instructions to put together this Pokémon set.
The Lugia Nanoblock Set Is Worth Adding To Your Collection
With the precise details, level three difficulty and step-by-step instructions, I believe the Lugia Nanoblock set is worth adding to your collection.