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  • Tonka 16 Dec 2011 15:42:58 20,010 posts
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    morriss wrote:
    Proper Lego Superheroes link: http://www.legosuperheroes.com/
    Superman looks awesome. And I don't even like him. Batman is a bit silly though. Talk about head swell.

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  • Tonka 16 Dec 2011 15:46:03 20,010 posts
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    Khanivor wrote:
    me, who still expects Lego on both Christmas and his birthday and plan on that staying the case for the next 37 years at least!
    This is what I got for my younger brother (who is an engineer building those for real). MAiled the guy and asked for a partslist. Got some detailed shots. Spent hours figuring out what parts there was and then ordering them via bricklink.

    Well worth it.

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  • motti82 16 Dec 2011 15:52:36 2,862 posts
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    Seriously cannot wait until my boy will be playing with lego, been sorely tempted to buy some this xmas, but the average 18 month old would try and eat it first.
  • LockeTribal 16 Dec 2011 15:57:48 4,494 posts
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    Duplo then? Bigger and harder to swallow but not as geek chic :) Good enough to get them started on the path to a life-long obsession though!
  • brokenkey 16 Dec 2011 16:02:04 6,944 posts
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    Awesome lego star wars kits

    http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Super-Star-Destroyer-10221
    http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Imperial-Shuttle-10212

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  • Khanivor 16 Dec 2011 16:06:42 40,377 posts
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    I would love the Tydirium Shuttle set. Love it.

    Fuck, I'd love any of the Star Wars sets that cost over a hundred bucks :)
  • Dougs 16 Dec 2011 16:12:39 66,637 posts
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    LockeTribal wrote:
    Duplo then? Bigger and harder to swallow but not as geek chic :) Good enough to get them started on the path to a life-long obsession though!
    That's what we've got coming for my 19 month old!
  • billythekid 16 Dec 2011 16:25:03 11,014 posts
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    I actually inhaled a piece of lego when I was a kid. Went right into my lung, not pleasant.
  • Khanivor 16 Dec 2011 16:31:33 40,377 posts
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    I got one of the single bricks stuck up my nostril as a kid. IIRC, it was up there for a few days.
  • HoriZon 16 Dec 2011 18:20:33 13,496 posts
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    Kids have no imagination nowadays I used to make my own Star Wars/Indy/Dr Who and many more from normal Lego bits of twenty years ago with the power of make believe rather than just something that is made for them.

    /pah!

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  • sport 16 Dec 2011 18:32:56 12,538 posts
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    Horizon only had walls for friends.
  • HoriZon 16 Dec 2011 18:33:53 13,496 posts
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    Yeah and all 4 of them didn't answer back bitch!

    I used to be a gamer like you, then I took an arrow in the knee.

  • Deleted user 16 December 2011 18:37:20
    elpicador wrote:
    Quick question, what do you call those round things on top of a lego brick?
    Studs.
  • convercide 16 Dec 2011 18:38:37 5,913 posts
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    Two pages and no LEGOlas reference? For shame EG.

    If you can read this, you don't need glasses.

  • skuzzbag 16 Dec 2011 18:51:15 5,636 posts
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    HoriZon wrote:
    Kids have no imagination nowadays I used to make my own Star Wars/Indy/Dr Who and many more from normal Lego bits of twenty years ago with the power of make believe rather than just something that is made for them.
    Pah!
    Imagination doesn't allways fill in the gaps though. In the 70s I asked my parents for a skateboard so my dad screwed four sofa wheels onto a plank of wood. Yes I could imagine myself on a sweet piece of maple and red krypts wheels but my friends couldn't and ripped the piss out of me.
  • Soul_quake 16 Dec 2011 19:11:35 242 posts
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    When our first child was born my wife and I decided to buy some Lego as it seemed the company was going through a very bad time and we weren't sure that our son would enjoy the same joy we had. So off to Ebay we went and some 3 months later we had a cupboard full of Lego sets that we had/or wanted as children. Blacktron/M-Tron, Castle (Old school 80's), Robin Hood etc etc.

    Now the boy has grown up and Lego has managed to become the most desirable toy in his age group with all the amazing sets they are currently producing - so off to toy shop we go and purchase Alien Conquest, Agents, Pirates of the Carribean etc sets, that make our cupboard collection look pitiful. Now that I am unemployed and after the joy of new sets from Christmas have worn off, I will sneak out my M-tron lego to help defeat the Alien Conquest... Going to be epic!

    Truly though I dislike the new "girls" lego minifig replacements - Don't change what ain't broken... but then I am most definately NOT their target market. Oh and LOTR Lego equals BUY BUY BUY!
  • Tonka 16 Dec 2011 19:24:55 20,010 posts
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    convercide wrote:
    Two pages and no LEGOlas reference? For shame EG.
    /applauds

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  • Tonka 16 Dec 2011 19:28:53 20,010 posts
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    Soul_quake wrote:
    When our first child was born my wife and I decided to buy some Lego as it seemed the company was going through a very bad time and we weren't sure that our son would enjoy the same joy we had. So off to Ebay we went and some 3 months later we had a cupboard full of Lego sets that we had/or wanted as children. Blacktron/M-Tron, Castle (Old school 80's), Robin Hood etc etc.
    eBay the old sets for maximum profi.
    People are paying top dollars.

    As for me I just re discovered my love for the bricks. Bought the Lego MAster Builder Academy starter kit a few months back. Loving it.


    I have started buying kits for my son (18 months today actually). As a kid I built my own crappy star wars stuff. So now I buy the sow speeders, falcons, attack on endor

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  • the_dudefather 16 Dec 2011 19:37:20 9,187 posts
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    Oh for the days when I'd get some awesome lego for my Brithday, Ice Planet was the shit

    /it's my Birthday tomorrow
    /contemplates buying Alien Conquest tripod thing because it looks rad
    /is nearly 27

    (ง ͠ ͟ʖ ͡)

  • Khanivor 16 Dec 2011 19:47:17 40,377 posts
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    I found a folder which must have most of the instructions for all of my Lego sets. Only problem is my Lego is spread around 4-5 big containers, it would take me days to build just a few sets.

    I would like to build up some of the old castle kits and of course the classic Space kits would look awesome.
  • Tonka 16 Dec 2011 21:40:38 20,010 posts
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    I sometimes download instructions from LEGO and read them on my iPad.

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  • Deleted user 16 December 2011 21:42:35
    I sometimes cover them in oil and rub them on my skin.
  • Khanivor 16 Dec 2011 22:09:57 40,377 posts
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    Go on...
  • PazJohnMitch 16 Dec 2011 22:43:15 7,785 posts
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    My best one is the Lego AT-AT
  • Deleted user 17 December 2011 00:35:39
    Tonka wrote:
    Dougs wrote:
    As I'm sure I've mentioned before, my brother-in-law is Lego manager at Hamleys. It's not as awesome as it sounds, but he does get to spend hours building new displays every few months.
    In what way is that not as awesome as it sounds! Sounds fucking fantastic to me.
    Anyone that buys Lego in Hamleys needs their head reading. Fucking robbing prices, sets I noticed were 50% more than Toys R Us.

    I know it's a tourist attraction and it's central London yadda yadda, but c'mon !
  • Tonka 17 Dec 2011 08:41:06 20,010 posts
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    LEGO is best bought on line.
    Look at this fan mad Gran Torino set http://www.flickr.com/photos/53163759@N04/6515120311/

    Awesome?

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  • Khanivor 17 Dec 2011 09:05:05 40,377 posts
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    I have been given hope I might be getting one of the bigger SW ships for chrimbo. I'd best get myself that nice bottle of whisky in case Santa pulls through.

    And this year I will dig out some trains to put under the tree and see if they still work.
  • Tonka 17 Dec 2011 09:12:38 20,010 posts
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    Wiskey and LEGO eh?
    Sounds like a good match to me. It is the thinking mans toy after all.

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