Lego Prince of Persia

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Prince of Persia
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SubjectPrince of Persia
Licensed fromDisney
Total sets6
CharactersDastan, 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[edit]

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[edit]

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!". Lego. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  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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