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About Penkid11

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    Continuing adventures planned
  • Birthday October 12

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    I'm a very big fan of Lego Action Themes. I also enjoy Lego Sci-fi and Historical Themes as well. You'll see me in the respective threads for those themes as well as the Action Figure and Star Wars forums up on occasion.
    Besides Lego, I am a big fan of video games, particularly Nintendo, but there are exceptions, of course. I also love to write! I've been told that I'm very good with fictional writing, not to toot my own horn. I also dabble into some art, but I'm not particularly great at it.


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  1. Not sure if anyone has mentioned this, but has anyone noticed that the Tracker I uses the Nexo Knights Combo shield to get it's shape? I found that rather clever.
  2. Won't know until they're revealed I guess. There have been discrepancies between Toy Fairs before regarding what sets and boxes are available. For instance, Star Wars Episode 8 being at Nuremberg but not at NYTF.
  3. According to Toy Fair Standees, the Stormtrooper Commander is $25 and the Scout Trooper and Speederbike are $55.
  4. Guys, on a numerical keyboard, the number 4 is below the number 7. A slip of the finger, and, boom, $149.99 is suddenly $179.99. As all 18 TLBM sets have been announced, and typos have been pretty common in Toy Fair press releases, it would make sense that that's the case.
  5. I'm correct in saying that all we're missing now is Jakob, Bolobo, Neuro, Gravis, and Camille, right? I also wouldn't count Lar as he was a one-time shoe-in to hide the fact that Nya was the ninja of water before it was common knowledge.
  6. *SCREAMS* But now back to being no longer content, because I still want Jakob, Bolobo, Gravis, Camille, and Neuro.
  7. Now hopefully it comes with their hair. I can't wait for this to hit stores. Also regarding prices. I didn't know that it was referring to GBP. Pretty sure the value of GBP has been in flux due to recent current events, and Lego is adjusting prices to reflect that.
  8. Well thanks to the press release for NYTF we know that Knighton Castle is $129.99 Also, there are a total of 19 sets this year, excluding the Combo NEXO Powers Series. We've seen them all. So that's it for the Battle Suits (I'm not surprised).
  9. What's worse is that, due to the fact that it's made of the same material as the Friends hair, we would never be able to get it in translucent colors.
  10. (The horse's molecules are omnipresent. They live in all threads...) I understand the want for power and for variances in system design in capabilities as well. That's why I don't understand company purists. I can comfortably say that I love my Wii U while also praising everything that is the PS4. Gotta stretch out those legs, and dip those toes into different waters. Never know what you might find.
  11. Unless you're looking at licensed themes, Duplo, and City, no. Except for the occasional set with too many specialty parts, price-per-piece (10 cents) has been met or exceeded very consistently.
  12. The thing with the Batman movie is though is that, although it is licensed, the property of "Lego Batman" is theirs. Being that the movie is produced by DC and WB with Lego, they are more partners than borrowers of a licensed property, which brings up a whole new ball game when it comes to using characters from any property involved. It's part of the reason why next to none of the TLBM sets have minimal to no "license tax" Now on Ninjago's part, it's Lego's IP that is being worked on with WB's assistance on the matter. Lego treats Ninjago like a "license" although the sets are more affordable for their content because the property solely belongs to Lego. TL;DR: They're most likely going to be similar when it comes to price ranges.
  13. You know you were warned about over-obsessing on Dr. Who by a mod right? The dead horse is still dust if not just molecules now with how much you've beaten it.
  14. Not at all. My complete Legend of Zelda game is getting another, smaller, yet complete Legend of Zelda game within less than a year. It just so happens that this completely separate story takes place in an area that will be accessible from the start. It's not filling in holes, it's adding extra content on top of the complete game already included. I mean they reused assets from Ocarina of Time for Majora's Mask, yet either game is often contested as the best game of all time, yes?
  15. *Disregard this comment and take heed of the wisdom of our Bothan spies.*