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TheBrickster

Lego Adventurers Web Site

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I wanted to share the following link for a great Adventurers web site:

Adventurers

This web site provides a great reference for the Adventurers theme/sub-themes, postings of MOCs, and a variety of very useful information.

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Both are great sites, I vist frequently. All Adventurer fans should register and post on adventurers.dk. We need to give Kecia some more traffic.

Steve

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What about the official Orient Expedition website on LEGO.com? Does anyone think that's any good? I remember when the comics were first put online I used to read them instead of doing work. And I also played the Flash games...

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It was OK. The graphics were nicely done. It did give me the idea to create an Orient Expedition Journal that I used to compile pictures and stories of the various sets. I liked the OE stories. But as far as the card game, I never opened any of the cards.

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is the OE game still up at lego.com ??? i've not seen it.

also, brickster, i see you've brought back your "adventurers" themed signature. any reason ??? i thought i might see a massive city or batman sig from you next ;-)

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No reason, just thought I'd rotate some old pictures. Haven't done any new Batman MOCs lately. I only have two sets at the moment (Batcave and the New Bridge/Truck set).

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The Orient Adventure games and cmics are still available. They are among the best that TLC has ever done.

http://www.lego.com/eng/orient/story.asp

THESE are what hooked my kids on Lego, and on Adventurers in particular. So sad to think that we might not have any more of these.

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I agree with you Glyman. OE had a great story and I loved how all the sets tied in. I was not as impressed with KK but Lego at least did a story once again. I still would love to see Lego do some more Adventure. I was really hoping for a KingKong theme and even Pirates of the Caribbean.

Avatar and SpongeBob were real "let-downs" for me with very limited story. I like BatMan but it needs more city sets and less vehicles.

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I will quote a lego Rep :"Kids want vehicules". So I guess the only thing you can do is to hope that one day kids will like buildings...

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I thought Adventurers was a great theme for interesting and unusual vehicles. A nice underwater adventure would be a great way to do a few submarines, a ship, a plane and maybe a beach jeep/truck.

Steve

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I remeber that site from when it won Lugnet's cool lego site of the week... thanks for bringing it back to my attention!

God Bless,

Nathan

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