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Lego Prince of Persia

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Lego Prince of Persia

Prince of Persia
Subject Prince of Persia
Licensed from Disney
Availability 2010–2010
Total sets 6
Characters Dastan, Sheik Amar, ostrich jockey, Princess Tamina, Nizam, Asoka, Alamut merchant, Zolm, Seso, Alamut guards, Gool, Tamah, hatchet hassansin, claw hassansin, skeleton.

Lego Prince of Persia is a Lego theme based on the video game Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and the film of the same name.[1] The first sets were released in April 2010.

Promotion and release

In early 2009 Disney and Lego announced a multi-year plans to produce Lego sets based on Disney films. In a press release they announced plans to three Disney themes – Cars, Prince of Persia and Toy Story.[2] To coincide with the release of the new movie, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Lego released a short Lego-based animated film based on the events of the movie. It was narrated by Jake Gyllenhaal who played Prince Dastan in the movie.[3]

Set Information

The first sets were released in were released in the United States on April 12, 2010 and in the United Kingdom on April 19. The Ostrich Race is a 169 piece set with an age rating of 6–12. The set features a platform, a set of gates, two ostriches and three minifiguresDastan, Sheik Amar and an ostrich jockey.[4] The Fight for the Dagger is a 258 piece set with a recommended age rating of 7–12. The set features a building from the Alamut market, a market stall, a camel, and four minifigures – Dastan, Princess Tamina, Asoka, and an Alamut merchant.[5] Quest Against Time is a 506 piece set with an age rating of 7–12. It features a trap-filled passage, a rock setting with the Sands of Time, and four minifigures – Princess Tamina, Dastan, Nizam, and Zolm.[6] Battle of Alamut is an 821 piece set with an age rating of 8–14. The set features the Alamut castle, a camel, and seven minifigures – Dastan, Nizam, Seso, two Alamat guards, Gool, and Tamah.[7] Desert Attack is a 67 piece set with a recommended age of 6–12. The set features a desert setting, a horse and four minifigures – Dastan, a hatchet hassansin, a claw hassansin, and a skeleton.[8]

A small set was released in 2010 as an exclusive, available with a subscription of Lego's Brickmaster Magazine.[9][10]

Set No. Set Release Pieces Minifigures Ref.
7569 Desert Attack April 12, 2010 67 4 [8]
7570 The Ostrich Race April 12, 2010 169 3 [4]
7571 The Fight for the Dagger April 12, 2010 258 4 [5]
7572 Quest Against Time April 12, 2010 506 4 [6]
7573 Battle of Alamut April 12, 2010 821 7 [7]
20017 BrickMaster exclusive 2010 1 [9][10]


  1. ^ "Q&A With "The Lego Book" Author Daniel Lipkowitz!".  
  2. ^ Denmead, Ken (2009-02-15). "LEGO and Disney in Deal for Toy Story, Cars, Prince of Persia Kits". Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  3. ^ Plunkett, Luke (2010-05-29). "Prince Of Persia: LEGO Movie Looks Like A Game To Me". Kotaku. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  4. ^ a b "7570-1: The Ostrich Race". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  5. ^ a b "7571-1: The Fight for the Dagger". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  6. ^ a b "7572-1: Quest Against Time". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  7. ^ a b "7573-1: Battle of Alamut". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  8. ^ a b "7569-1: Desert Attack". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  9. ^ a b "20017-1: BrickMaster exclusive". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-08-02. 
  10. ^ a b "LEGO Prince of Persia". Brickset. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 

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