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  • Lavertus
    Lavertus closed this thread because:
    It is silly.
    19:38, January 11, 2018

    The only worst thing in those sets are all evil because of the first appearances of the goblins in one theme for young girls. However, they have illuminati symbols especially the Goblin King and his goblins. The set called The Capture of Sophie Jones is referenced to kidnapping and child abduction. And finally, all 2018 Elves sets are no longer demonic and evil possession but 2018 Ninjago sets has Oni masks which is still considered a symbol of evil. I would not recommend to buy all the 2017 sets.

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    • Goblins aren't "satanic" or new to this theme. The Illuminati is also not a "satanic" organisation. LEGO characters have been captured by the "bad guys" for many years this is nothing new. The only thing you mentioned that could be interpreted as "satanic" is oni masks but that makes sense given the story (Riving the evil Garmadon)

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    • Toa Kopaka Nuva wrote: Goblins aren't "satanic" or new to this theme. The Illuminati is also not a "satanic" organisation. LEGO characters have been captured by the "bad guys" for many years this is nothing new. The only thing you mentioned that could be interpreted as "satanic" is oni masks but that makes sense given the story (Riving the evil Garmadon)

      Yes, LEGO would never make anything truly satanic. We don't need to start up another Jabba's Palace or Turg-type controversy.

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    • Toa Kopaka Nuva wrote: Goblins aren't "satanic" or new to this theme. The Illuminati is also not a "satanic" organisation. LEGO characters have been captured by the "bad guys" for many years this is nothing new. The only thing you mentioned that could be interpreted as "satanic" is oni masks but that makes sense given the story (Riving the evil Garmadon)

      I know they aren't satanic, but its more evil.

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    • Well i'm sure that it was not LEGO's intention to make them 'satanic' or to reference child abduction, as child abduction is not something you would want children playing with. Was this thread honestly necessary?

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