Hi this is my idea for a LEGO set it's DreamWorks Rise of the Guardians I thought this might be a great set to make many sets to choose from and quite a few new LEGO elements to collect too.
Name of sets (No pictures yet)
1. North's (Santa's) Workshop
2. Easter Bunny's World
3. Tooth Fairy Kingdom
4. Jack to the Rescue
5. Pitch's Kingdom
6. Sandy Returns
7. Final Battle
Here's a little more information about the characters enjoy.
the spirit of winter. Jack Frost is a teenage rogue who enjoys creating mischief and has no interest in being bound by rules or obligations; he just wants to spread his winter magic for the sake of fun, but also wants to be believed in. At the end of the film, Jack becomes the Guardian of Fun.
North (Santa Claus)
the leader of the guardians, and the Guardian of Wonder. He lives at the North Pole in the Ice Castle and is served by loyal North Pole natives, the Yetis (who built the castle and workshop) and the Christmas Elves. He carries a Russian accent/culture persona.
Bunnymund (Easter Bunny)
the fabled keeper and bringer of Easter eggs and the Guardian of Hope. He has an Australian accent.
Tooth Fairy or Tooth for short
the mythical tooth collector and the Guardian of Memories. Tooth is part human and part hummingbird. Assisted by mini fairies that are split-off extensions of herself, she collects the children's teeth, which hold their most precious memories. Tooth stores them in her palace and returns memories when they are needed the most. It is also seen that Tooth and her mini fairies have a crush on Jack, partially because of his perfectly white teeth that, "sparkle like freshly fallen snow.
Pitch Black (The Boogeyman), the essence of fear and the Nightmare King.
The Sandman, or Sandy for short,
the Guardian of Dreams is the oldest of the Guardians and the first Guardian chosen by Man in the Moon. He does not speak, but communicates through sand images that he conjures above his head.
a child who has not given up on believing in the Guardians. He also has a little sister who wants to play with them.
Thanks for looking