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Jawblade
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Item №:

6216

Pieces:

45

Price: Flag-US $7.99
Flag-DE €9.99
Flag-UK £6.99
Flag-AU $15.99

Additional prices:
Flag-NZ $17.99
Ages:

6-12

Released:

2012

Theme:

Hero Factory

6216 Jawblade is a Hero Factory set released in January 2012. It includes a black, red and silver villain that resembles a shark. It has 45 pieces.

Description

Jawblade has a unique build among the Hero Factory sets. He is mostly made from black, silver and red pieces, with a few transparent orange pieces in the set. He has a tail made from two BIONICLE wing pieces, which connect onto two limb pieces, which, in turn, connect to the body. Two fins, the same pieces as Furno's hawk wings, are affixed to the leg-joint parts on the body, which in the movie help Jawblade move on land. A transparent orange armour piece goes on the top of his body, with a silver armour add-on above it. Jawblade has a large lower jaw, also used as BIONICLE feet, that moves with two small fins, the same pieces as the tail. His arms are made of the regular upper-arm joints, with two neck-extensions for forearms. He has black hands with silver and red weapons, which are the same pieces as Furno's 1.0 weapons. His head is smaller than his lower jaw, and is a new piece for this set. It connects to a transparent orange 'head', which is actually one of the old hand-type pieces. The set includes five red spikes in various places.

Background

Jawblade, along with many other villains, escaped from the villain storage level of Hero Factory as a result of Voltix's plan in concordance with Von Nebula and Black Phantom. He traveled to the water planet of Scylla to find a fast-acting rusting agent called oxidium. Furno chased him there and caught him after being rusted by some oxidium that Jawblade found. Furno overcame its effects by recharging his core.

Bio

LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from The Hero Factory website. Do not modify it.

Swift as a shark, Jawblade is far more at home underwater than on land. He can waddle around on land but it looks humorous, and he’s always been sensitive about that, which doesn’t help his temper. Now that he’s escaped from Hero Factory’s villain containment facility, he’s headed straight for Z’chaya, a water planet that has a fast-acting rusting agent called Oxidium. Jawblade hopes to collect enough Oxidium to instantly rust any Hero who comes close within swimming distance of him, but Furno isn’t quite so easy to elude, even under water!


Notes

  • In the bio from the Hero Factory website, the writer used the planet name Z'chaya, which is Toxic Reapa's home planet, instead of the correct planet, Scylla.
  • Jawblade is voiced by Steve Wilcox.
  • In the Brain Attack episode, there is a "Jaws" style poster reading "Jawblade" and has a picture of Jawblade in a "Jaws" (the movie) position.

LEGO.com Description

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Swim rings around the heroes with JAWBLADE and his magma blades!

Warning! JAWBLADE has broken out of the Hero Factory and has escaped to water planet Scylla. With crushing jaws, razor fins and magma blades, he’s really in his element. You can cuff him and return that overgrown tadpole to the Hero Factory! Good luck!

  • Features power jaw, razor fins and magma blades!
  • Highly flexible and poseable design!
  • Operate the crushing jaws!
  • Includes unique code worth 200 game points for LEGO Hero Factory BREAKOUT game!
  • Battle with hero 6293 FURNO!
  • Combine with 6293 FURNO for an even bigger model!
  • Over 11” (30cm) long!


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2011: 2063 Stormer 2.0 / 2065 Furno 2.0 / 2067 Evo 2.0 / 2068 Nex 2.0 / 2141 Surge 2.0 / 2142 Breez 2.0 / 2143 Rocka 3.0 / 2144 Nex 3.0 / 2145 Stormer 3.0 / 2182 Bulk 3.0 / 2183 Stringer 3.0 / 2191 Furno 3.0 / 2192 Drilldozer / 2193 Jetbug / 2194 Nitroblast / 2231 Waspix / 2232 Raw-Jaw / 2233 Fangz / 2235 Fire Lord / 2236 Scorpio / 2282 Rocka XL / 2283 Witch Doctor / 66404 Hero Factory Combo Value Pack 1 / 853083 Hero Factory Mission Log Book / 2856089 Hero Factory 2.0 Collection / 2856227 Hero Factory Fire Villains Collection / 2856228 Hero Factory 2.0 Collection / 2856232 Hero Factory Fire Villains Collection
2012: 6200 Evo / 6201 Toxic Reapa / 6202 Rocka / 6203 Black Phantom / 6216 Jawblade / 6217 Surge / 6218 Splitface / 6221 Nex / 6222 Core Hunter / 6223 Bulk / 6227 Breez / 6228 Thornraxx / 6229 XT4 / 6230 Stormer XL / 6231 Speeda Demon / 6282 Stringer / 6283 Voltix / 6293 Furno
2013: 44000 Furno XL / 44001 Pyrox / 44002 Rocka / 44003 Scarox / 44004 Bulk / 44005 Bruizer / 44006 Breez / 44007 Ogrum / 44008 Surge / 44009 Dragon Bolt / 44010 Stormer / 44011 Frost Beast / 44012 Evo / 44013 Aquagon / 44014 Jet Rocka / 5000194 Weapon
2014: 44015 Evo Walker / 44016 Jaw Beast vs. Stormer / 44017 Stormer Freeze Machine / 44018 Furno Jet Machine / 44019 Rocka Stealth Machine / 44020 Flyer Beast vs. Breez / 44021 Splitter Beast vs. Furno & Evo / 44022 Evo XL Machine / 44023 Rocka Crawler / 44024 Tunneler Beast vs. Surge / 44025 Bulk Drill Machine / 44026 Crystal Beast vs. Bulk / 44027 Breez Flea Machine / 44028 Surge & Rocka Combat Machine / 44029 Queen Beast vs. Furno, Evo & Stormer

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