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2507 Fire Temple is a Ninjago set released in Summer 2011. It features a large, Japanese-style temple, along with a very large red dragon, similar in construction to the Ninjago Ice Dragon. It also includes the Sword of Fire, along with each of the other three Golden Weapons. It includes the minifigures Nya, Sensei Wu, Kai, Kruncha, Zane, Samukai, and Lord Garmadon.

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This month's featured review is on 6857 The Dynamic Duo Funhouse Escape, written by Berrybrick.

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This set was unexpected and showed up surprisingly on months after the other DC sets were revealed. I think I'd call it the best in the line, and of course it's hard to find, so fittingly and unfortunately, I got it last.


Our Featured Custom for this month is ROTA, created by Nxtstep101.

ROTA (Remotely Operated Technic Arm) is a mobile robotic arm created with pieces from the MINDSTORM NXT 1.0 and the 8043 Excavator. ROTA uses 6 motors (2 NXT and 4 PF), 4 linear actuators, 2 PF receivers, 2 PF remotes, 2 NXT's, and 1 battery box. It is controlled via PF remotes and another NXT. It is around 20 in. high, and about 18 inches wide.
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