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Set 2283 Witch Doctor is a large boxed set released in late 2011, portraying the villain Witch Doctor, who possessed many animals on Quatros.


  • Name: Witch Doctor
  • Type: Large Set
  • Set number: 2283
  • Subtheme: Villains
  • Release date: July 2011
  • Pieces: 331
  • MSRP: $29.99 (US)
  • Ages: 10-16
  • Instructions

Product Description

The following is a product description taken directly from LEGO. View the source here

Stage an epic battle against the heroes for the planet Quatros!
This is it, heroes! Witch Doctor has a nasty plan for jungle planet Quatros – to steal the planet’s very life force – its quaza! If he’s not stopped before it’s too late, the planet will break into pieces. Battle through his corrupted helpers, the beasts, to get to him! Beware of his mighty power staff!

*Features skull-decorated power staff equipped with dual shooter and claw
*Power up Witch Doctor’s mighty staff and battle!
*Measures over 14” (36cm) tall

Set Information

The set's box

The set consists of 331 pieces.


The set features a blaster that is a variation of the Meteor Blaster.

On the back of the box shows a battle between Witch Doctor and Daniel Rocka XL from 2282 Rocka XL.


The set includes two white skull pieces, one for Witch Doctor's head and one for the Skull Staff.


  • In the set's prototype, the Skull Staff was longer, like a traditional staff. The Meteor Blaster does not have special features on it, making it look like every other normal Meteor Blaster.
  • The set was the largest published HERO FACTORY model.
  • The set comes with two different pairs of rubber tubes: one pair white and one pair red. One of the pairs is used in the set's construction as the set's "ribs". Some pictures and videos of the Witch Doctor show him having the white tubes and some using red. The white tubes are probably used to show the Witch Doctor not using the Skull Staff while the red ones probably show him doing it. While one of the pairs is used, it is possible to attach the other pair to certain parts of the set for storage.
  • It has an asymmetrical waist for an unknown reason.
  • The set has limited articulation in some of its joints.