Hey everyone! Jaystepher here with Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle by LEGO Elves. Set number 41078. Contains 808 pieces. Recommended building ages are 8 through 12. So here we have an awesome castle. Looks like we have lots of greenery. Nice color scheme, and nice box art as well. Here’s the back of the box. Looks like an interesting build. Let’s open it up and see what’s inside. Let’s have it rain down the bag of parts. Okay! Lots of stuff. Looks like we have a 6 by 16 plate. A set of instructions with stickers. Let’s open this up real quick. They are bound by cardboard which is good. There is only one instruction manual, and it is bounded. Pretty cool. A set of print work, and various bags. Lots and lots of bags. Looks like there’s six bags in total. My apologies, seven bags. Even the horse comes in it’s own bag. That’s pretty cool. Looks like a great assortment of parts. Before we can go visit Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle, I have to assemble it. So let me get started. So we can take a closer look. Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle all assembled. It was an interesting build, and is packed with lots of features. In a moment we’re going to take a closer look at the figures, Golden Glow the Pegasus, dining area, entrance gate, and the Sky castle. First let’s take a look at Emily Jones and Naida Riverheart. Both their torsos are printed. Nice hairpieces. Emily is holding a map. So she’s looking for all the keys to get back into the human world. Nice set of capes. Those were interesting to put on. The hairpieces are compatible with standard Lego minifigures. Next we have Skyra. She is one nice figure. Her torso and dress are printed. She has a nice golden scepter. Nice set of capes. Those were a challenge to put on. They are of a soft material. I had to fight to get those capes on, but it was worth it. Golden Glow the Pegasus is one awesome horse. Nice golden wings. Her eyes are printed. She does have golden hair and a golden tail as well. Her wings do go up and down. Here we have the dining area. It comes with four stools. They are topped off with pearl gold
2 by 2 round tiles. Here’s the dining table with two mugs of ice creme. Nice use of the golden elements for the bottom of the legs. Let’s have Naida take a seat. She’s vary stable on the stools, and her legs do tuck underneath the table if she doesn’t want to fall down. Here we have Emily. She can sit on the side, but her legs do not tuck underneath the arch. Let’s place her on this side. They’re discussing on how she’s going
to get back to the human world. Next is the entrance to the Sky Castle. We have foliage that is covering the gate. Pull these out of the way to enter. Not much is going on with the back. These two elements are hinged. So I am assuming that this is the gate. This tile is printed. Nice entry into the Sky Castle. Finally the Sky Castle. It has a bright color scheme. Lots of accessories. On the bottom-left, we have the lava kitchen, the thrown room, the portal back into the human world, the study, and the spa room. On the bottom, we have a small courtyard. This is a hidden staircase that folds up. This castle has tons of flowers. Let’s take a quick look at the back. Not much is going on. It is a rather bit ugly on the back. This does fold up. It doesn’t fold all the way. I’m presuming this is supposed to give the caste a closed up look. Let’s take a closer look. First we have a nice large courtyard. Nice use of the metallic finished vase for the flowers. Here we have the lava kitchen. Looks like we some cookies on the grill. The oven does open up. Looks like we have lava flowing down from the back. Here’s the staircase that folds up. I wish the stairs could be locked at the bottom. The thrown room. Here’s the portal to get back into the human world. We do have four keys. These can turn, but they do not function. The keys can also be removed as well. We can simply turn this knob
to open and close the portal. Clever design. Nice use of the transparent light blue elements. This tile is printed as well as the tile above the thrown room. Here we have a small study. That 2 by 2 tile is printed as well. On the bottom we have the spa. This does open and close the waterfall. We have a bowl full of fruit. Looks like we have some bath oils in the back. The set does come with one green apple, a set of cherries, and a banana. We even have an owl as well. I forgot his name. It is one nice castle. Here are the stickers and spare pieces after assembling Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle. The set does come with a nice set of print work. I choose not to put the graphics on the bricks. Off to the right, we have various plates, stud flowers, tiles, studs, and other various bricks which may come in handy to enhance Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle or for other Lego creations. This wraps up the review for SKyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle by Lego Elves. Set number 41078. This is truly one awesome colorful castle. It comes with plenty of accessories as well as three minifigures. I just remembered the owl’s name is Nascha the owl. I’m hoping I’m pronouncing that right. The only downside of this set is that the bricks that required stickers should have been printed. Other than that, this will make a perfect edition for any LEGO Elves theme or as a source for spare parts. Thank you all for watching!