Are really minifigure/minidoll inspired that mouch to real people?🤔
What's on your mind?
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D2C means direct-to-consumer, being sets such as Ultimate Collector's Series, Diagon Alley, Lamborghini Sian, etc.
I really like 10283, 75275, 10295, and 71374.
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I'm not usually around this wiki, but I wanted to know whether Lego Bionicle is worth the watch. I'm adding some shows to my list of stuff I wanna try this vacation, so what do you think? Any other Lego shows you would recommend?
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I have no more Space in my room but i want to buy more sets! I don't know how to display/storage/arrange them.
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I’ve had three instances now where I found a minifigure torso with a crack. The first was a big, ugly thing from its armpit to the bottom of the torso, the second was at the base of the side, and now I’ve discovered a third in the front of a minifigure.
I’ve managed to catch this one at a pretty small size - so small I almost didn’t notice it. However, it’s definitely a crack, as it expands when I attach legs to the torso.
The thing is, in every instance, the crack has been on a torso that went with short legs, and this one is no exception. The cracks expand more when I attach the torsos to short legs than when I attach them to regular legs. Is it just a coincidence that all three instances have happened with short legs? Am I paranoid? I have another figure that uses the same torso print, but I’m concerned about swapping them out. What if the swapped one starts to crack, as well, if it is something about the legs?
I’ve checked all of my short leg pieces, and they’re all genuine Lego (as are the torsos - I’d be surprised if I had any fake pieces). This figure is also brand new, and I haven’t disassembled it since building it, done anything to wear it out, or been rough with it. I really don’t know why they keep cracking.
There’s actually two - and like I said, they’re small. I don’t want them to grow any more, though.
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Television series/LEGO Theme, Monkie Kid, is a a theme inspired by Monkey King and Journey to the West, which is a book. Now, I’d love to talk about this book, but I’ve never read it. Anyways, in Monkie Kid we have our Main character, MK, our hero! He fights evil and stuff, along with his best friend Mei! Mei is this cute hyper girl, who is actually the descendant of the legendary white dragon! Anyways, where can I watch this show? I’ve seen a few episodes on YouTube, but where’s the rest of it?
I have an idea for a lego set
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How many Brick Yellow Double Conical Wheels do I need in the first box for the Lamborghini Sian? I finished the first part, but found a extra wheel. I went back to count the amount of pieces and I have 7 put in. Is there a place where I missed to put the wheel in? And generally, is the amount 7 or 8 needed for the first box?
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Have u ever had a lego that u broke or dropped and decided, oh well I can’t build it anymore. (Especially an expensive one). Well I had a 2015 or old Star Destroyer Lego. And I dropped a piece when my dad turned off the lights. That 1 piece was the only piece that could connect the whole thing together. So, I just decided to stop building it. But I used the whole lego pieces to build smth else. So that was fun. :) (also, this was a long time ago)