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  • ...that the first DUPLO minifigures were made earlier than the first LEGO Minifigures? In fact, the first LEGO minifigures were practically the DUPLO minifigures.
  • ...that the numberplates of LEGO vehicles are actually the product number of the set?
  • ...that at least one in four wavy flags produced between 2006 and 2010 have the "rare" left wave factory error?
  • ...the number 0937 and 0637 reads as LEGO when viewed upside down
  • ...the President of the fan-created nation of LEGO States is Edward D. Brick?
  • ...There are hieroglyphics in 7621 The Lost Tomb show C-3PO and R2-D2, the same being seen in the original film the set is based on.
  • ...that you can suggest an article to be improved?
  • ...that you decide which could be the next Featured article? In 2008 the voting would be monthly!
  • ...that you can write the next Quote of the Month?
  • ...that a mutiny on Brickipedia was resolved with the promotion of an active member to an adminisitrative post?
  • ...that you now can vote your admincandidate?
  • ...that 4558 Metroliner was first released 1992 and re-released in 2001 under LEGO 10001?
  • ...that Octan is the LEGO brand for all gas stations in the LEGO Universe?
  • ...that Alpha Team was a LEGO theme first released in 2001?
  • ...that The Krusty Krab is a 2006 Lego Spongebob set that includes Spongebob, Squidward, Mr. Krabs, and Plankton?
  • ...that LEGO Racers is a popular LEGO theme that was first announced to the public in 2001?
  • ...that Orient Expedition was a 2003 LEGO theme?
  • ...that AT-AT was a 2004 Lego set that included snowtroopers?
  • ...that the minifigure Darth Vader has been made in several different versions, including one with a light-up lightsaber?
  • ...that Cloud City was a set released in 2003 in the Star Wars line?
  • ...that the LEGO Sports Basketball players have springs in there legs to jump and slam dunk, along with special arms to hold the basketball.
  • ...that Brickipedia now has over 17,000 articles?!
  • ...new models coming out this month and year. Watch Category:2020!
  • ...Featured article, Brickipedian of the Month and Improvement drive change monthly? You decide next month's content!
  • ...that LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary comes with a never released celebration Luke?
  • ...the number of combinations you can build are practically endless? With just six 8-stud bricks you can build over 102 million combinations!
  • ...it is estimated there are 52 Lego bricks for every person on the planet?
  • ...kids around the world spend around 5 billion hours playing with Lego?
  • ...the word Lego comes from the Danish word Leg Godt which means "play well"? After founding the company, LEGO found out that LEGO is latin and means "I put together"!
  • ...the world record for the largest LEGO castle used 400,000 bricks?
  • ...LEGO bricks have been used in engineering and other technical fields to do real design and science?
  • ...that LEGO bricks were invented in Denmark?
  • ...that even people over the age of 50 build with LEGO bricks?
  • ...that the minifigures; Barriss Offee, Siege Battalion Trooper, and Jawas only come in one set?
  • ...that the plane featured in 1818 Aircraft resembles the real-world plane Beechcraft Starship? Complete with canards and rearward facing propellers.
  • ...every year, about 19 billion LEGO bricks are produced? That translates to 2.16 million LEGO elements are molded every hour, or 36,000 per minute!
  • ...that LEGO produced a 14-carat gold C-3PO in 2007?
  • ...that LEGO has made a few solid Gold Kanohi Hau, 52 sterling silver Krana Kal, and a solid platinum Avohkii?
  • ...that 3844 Creationary can come with either a boy or a girl minifigure?
  • ...that Ogel, a character of Alpha Team, spelled backwards spells LEGO?
  • ...that the confectionery company Kabaya sold a few exclusive LEGO Star Wars sets with Japanese candy?
  • ...that the tallest LEGO tower ever built was 30.94 meters ,or 102 feet tall!? That's taller than a ten story building!!!
  • ...LEGO Mindstorms NXT is one of the robots to make it into the Robot Hall of Fame? Only 18 robots out of thousands created have made it this far.
  • ...that Germany is LEGO's largest market? It is also the largest toy company in Germany!
  • ...for every 30 male minifigures there is one female minifigure?
  • ...that set 7894 Airport is the only LEGO Airport with a jetway.
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