LEGO Pharaoh's Quest Cursed Cobra Statue (7325). Jake Raines and Helena Tova race across the desert in their truck to take one of Pharaoh Amset-Ra's six treasures from the Cobra Temple. Can they take the Golden Scarab Shield before the mummy snake charmer awakens the cursed cobra statue guarding the treasure?
The LEGO Pharaoh's Quest Cursed Cobra Statue features:
- Jake Raines, Helena Tova and mummy charmer figures
- Cobra statue is fully poseable, features opening jaws and stands
- Set includes 213 pieces
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