Building One of World of Warcraft's Finest Rides, One Plastic Piece at a TimeMike Fahey8/31/12 3:00pmFiled to: World of Warcraftmega bloksToysbuildingGoblin Zeppelin AmbushBlizzardVideoTop381EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThe Mega Bloks World of Warcraft line has been unleashed, bringing tiny plastic versions of Azeroth's iconic people, places and Deathwings to toy stores across the country. I have one such Azerothian playset in my possession, and you get to watch me put it together, piece by piece.AdvertisementTo the zeppelin!My LEGO-loving brethren are already to tear up my VIP card at the mere mention of Mega Bloks, but I firmly believe there is room on this big old ball of dirt for more than one line of construction toys. The two lines really have two very different goals. LEGO wants to give folks playsets that look like things made out of LEGO bricks. Mega Blocks wants to connect pieces in a very LEGO way, but ultimately the finished product looks more like a normal toy than a collection of bricks.AdvertisementSo while the more fanatical LEGO fans ignore that entire paragraph and run off to their brick vault to build a bigger and better Goblin Zeppelin, I'm going to build this one. It's quite purple.Weighing in at 310 pieces and running $59.99 at ThinkGeek, the Goblin Zeppelin Ambush comes complete with a ballista, a Worgen Rogue, a Tauren Paladin and a Goblin airship captain, ready to launch cannonballs at that ridiculous furball.This is a very Mega Blok playset, as evidenced by the large, zeppelin-shaped pieces you'll see in the video below. The vast majority of the airship's bulk is in the three-piece hull and two piece airship shell. The rest is just details. Take a look. The music in the video is "Monkey Attack" by Superpoze, the same artist I tapped for the music on my LEGO Avengers vid.