Rated 5 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrPaulo23 Big Bad Croc
CHI Cragger is essentially a pumped Chima croc tribe prince but what sets him apart from the other figures is his menacing appearance finished by spines that make him look crocodile berserker. He has by far the best weapons and he is the largest of the 6 buildable figures, what sets him apart also is the standard tail unlike the other CHI warrior. All the body armor mix well with his stance. The combi model 70203-70204 that can be downloaded on Lego.com/Chima I say is a must for those seeking to make Cragger more menacing, that's what I actually did and it payed off well, he now has a longer neck, more detail on his spined back, taller, longer tail, the biceps for him now are bigger, and of course even better set of weapons. For an even more fearsome menacing look that you can attribute from bad guys, I modified some of the combi model's look and added some to make my set a Cragger on steroids.
The CHI warrior line from the Chima set is major leap from the Bionicle set and I think this is even better than the Hero set; animal tribes with their leaders on pumped up forms. This is a nice figure but some of the armor tend to limit his movement but this is just a minimal issue. This is still an awesome set to own and a good value for every penny spent to it.
01 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reika CHI Cragger
CHI Cragger is a set with a multitude of great features and very few flaws (in fact, it only has one flaw, but I'll get to that later). He's probably my favorite of the six.
The first thing that sets Cragger apart from the rest of the CHI figures is the head piece. Not only is is highly detailed and life-like, but the mouth opens and closes. This gives Cragger an extra dimension of pose-ability that none of the other sets possess.
Cragger is also armored in the back, which makes him look complete from every angle. However, Cragger's one flaw is his neck region. The way that this figure is put together causes the neck to be unarmored and also hollow. This means that you can see through the center of the neck. It's a hugh design flaw that makes Cragger look slightly awkward upon closer examination.
The color scheme of CHI Cragger is quite honestly perfect. It's the best color scheme of the CHI series.
The other feature that's the best of the CHI series is Cragger's weapon. It's large, detailed, and the chain hanging off the head of it is awesome and really gritty.
Cragger also sports a tail and several spikes that, overall, work very well with the set.
Here are the overall pros and cons of this set:
-Fantastic head piece
-Good armoring in the back
-Superior color scheme
-Best weapon of the CHI series
-Tail and spikes work well
-Hollow, unarmored neck
If you're going to buy one of these sets, this is the one to buy. Even though it has one design flaw that can be annoying, the sum of his positive features greatly mitigates this and makes this set well worth it.
16 June 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DoodieBing Excellent item for any Lego Chima fan!
My son loves these large lego figures. It is great to have large figures as they are good to recreate lego battle scenes! My son saves all his pocket money currently so that he can collect all of the figure in this range.
20 April 2014