Following the success of Firestar Toys’ first piece count quiz, I thought I’d release another, this time focusing on LEGO Ninjago sets. Many people use part to piece ratios to determine whether sets provide good value for money. AFOLs often claim that anything over 10 cents per piece is expensive and probably poor value for money. I believe piece count has little bearing on the quality of a LEGO set. It’s an arbitrary number. A set’s piece count doesn’t take into account the size of the LEGO bricks. For example, a 2×8 uses far more plastic than a 1×1 stud. Larger pieces also cost LEGO far more to produce.
I created a LEGO Ninjago Piece Count Quiz to demonstrate how price to piece ratios are a poor indicator of value. See if you can work out which sets use the most pieces. I’ve tried go make this quiz a little easier than the last one. On average, people only got 40% of questions right (no wonder people didn’t want to comment their scores). This time, I’ve revealed the set prices and the year released. I also removed option C so no sets have the same number of pieces. Hopefully this will make things a little simpler.
If you haven’t already, make sure you check out my LEGO Star Wars piece count quiz.
To create this game I used the piece counts listed on Brickset. I believe these are extremely accurate but please forgive me if there are any inaccuracies.
Thanks for playing along. Leave a comment if you want to see more piece count quizzes on the site.
Did you enjoy this quiz? Why not challenge your friends and see who can get the highest score. I’d be delighted if you’d comment your scores below. It would be fascinating to see how people do.
All the images in this article were taken from Brickset