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Posted 02 September 2010 - 06:35 PM

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Hello all, and welcome to another exciting segment of EB News!  I'm your host today, Zepher, reporting in from the tropical island that EB News has been taking a vacation on for-

ZEPHER!  We have not been vacationing and you know it!

Fine, the tropical island that EB News has been stranded on for the last few months, through no fault of any of the reporters named Zepher.  Shadows, behind the camera, will be able to tell you more.  Take it away Shadows!

Don't talk to me that way idiot.  You know you could be fired at any moment.

Sorry sir.

Anyway, yes, as Zepher said, we have been on this island for quite some time, and this is the first broadcast that we have been able to get out.  I had one of the novices plan a cruise, and sadly they choose a ship that was destined to sink.

Stauds actually picked the ship, sir.

Be quiet Zepher.  I'm addressing my adoring public.  Anyway, when the ship hit an abnormally sized walrus, it went down, along with almost our whole crew and all the passengers.  Zepher and I managed to escape, along with these two other wack-jobs we found.  After such a long break, we felt forced to interview one of them.  Considering the choices it wasn't so much a choice on who to interview rather than a necessity.

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Here was choice one on who to interview.  He really wanted to do it again, so much that when we decided to do the other person, we were attacked.  We had to bury him for our own safty.

And you took me hat.  I want that back.   :hmpf_bad:

Sorry Hinckley.  Zepher thought it looked like a boat and tried to sail away in it.  It was lost at sea.  But continue Zepher.

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And here's who we did interview.  Sandy.  And she's buried in sand!  Get it!  This was all just an elaborate build up to that pun, but boy was it worth it!   :grin:

You are no longer allowed to make jokes.  :hmpf:

Anyway, here we go!

What’s up with the name Sandy? Is it your real name, do you like it, or do you just visit beaches often?

It’s actually a direct translation of my family name, ”Hietanen”, which is quite a common name in Finland. I adopted it as my screen name years ago, so I’m pretty much stuck to it now.

You’re an AFOL, correct? Did you ever have a Dark Ages, and if so, how did you get back into the LEGO mainstream?

Yes, with 26 years of lived life behind me, I’m indeed an AFOL. I did go through Dark Ages, starting from my teens and ending about two years ago, when I got into LEGO again through the Fantasy Era theme (I’ve always been a huge fan of fantasy books and movies). Since I had missed out on many cool themes such as Harry Potter and the Adventurers during my Dark Ages, I had quite a lot of catching up to do, so I started to buy used sets from Ebay. I’ve now purchased pretty much all the affordable old sets I can, so I’ve been concentrating on fresh releases nowadays. But there’s still some classic sets I crave for…

As a child, I wasn’t pushed into any mold. I went from My Little Ponies to Turtles action figures (although April O’Neill was always my favorite), and my relatives supported my LEGO enthusiasm as well. Having Paradisa sets around at that time really kept my interest up, even though I also acquired Castle, Pirates and Western sets as well. I have all my old sets with me still (unlike my fiancé, who was unlucky enough to have all his childhood LEGO stolen from the basement of his old home).


Along with being an AFOL, you are also a FFOL (Female Fan of LEGO), which sadly there aren’t too many of. Can you tell us what it’s like to be one of the few females in this sausage filled LEGO world?

Eurobricks is actually the only LEGO community I’m a part of, and this place has been really generous towards us FFOLs. At times I’ve run into some sexist ways of thinking in certain MOCs and Brickfilms, for example, but most of the time the discussion here is gender neutral.

In my philosophy, our gender may define us biologically, but not mentally. Everybody’s an individual, so saying things like ”girls don’t play with LEGO” really gets me riled up. Many girls and women do!


Tell us a little more about your real life. Where are you from, how old are you, what do you do for a living, so on and so forth.

Like I said earlier, I’m 26 years old. Adding to that, I live in the North European country of Finland. I’ve recently gotten engaged with my boyfriend of five years, and I also recently graduated, and I’m currently working as a kindergarten teacher.

Okay, on to your relationship with LEGO. What’s a few of your favorite sets?

My all-time favorite sets include the 7419 Dragon Fortress and the 10193 Medieval Market Village, although all sets with historical buildings appeal to me. I’m most drawn to sets with female minifigs in them, although I do appreciate aesthetic designs and clever playability as well.

What’s your favorite theme?

Harry Potter, no question about it. It offers an unbelievable selection of minifigs, beautiful buildings, fantastic fantasy elements and countless unique and rare pieces. I also collect Castle and other historical themes, with civilian-oriented City-sets on the side. Minifigs are by far the most important thing in a theme for me, as I don’t display sets but build them once and then dismantle them for MOCing.

What’s a few of your favorite MOCs you’ve ever built?

I haven’t done very many MOCs that stand out, but my biggest effort by far is the ”dollhouse-style” Hogwarts castle I showcased here: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=23987

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I intend to make an improved version of that one day, but I fear I still don’t have quite enough tan pieces just yet. I also want to wait for the upcoming Harry Potter sets to get all the new minifigs for it.

Care to show us your building space?

Sure! I have my entire collection in our guestroom/study, crammed into a cabinet and under a bed. I do all the building on the floor, and photograph my MOCs on my desk. All the pieces are sorted into bins, containers and boxes of varying sizes, as you can see from this picture:

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The MOCs I use for my projects are stowed on two shelves. I own 159 different sets, but as I said earlier, I do not display them. Here’s the current roster of MOCs:

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One day I wish to have all my LEGO sorted in a tidy and unified way, but I think every AFOL with at least a moderate collection of bricks agrees with me that it’ll never happen. I’m just waiting in horror for the day when my collection outgrows the cabinet. :laugh:

And now on to discussing your stay at EB. What has been one of your greatest moments on Eurobricks?

During my stay I’ve participated in several contests, raffles, Mafia- and Mystery-games, as well as showed my MOCs and commented other people’s creations, discussed about countless of interesting topics, been accepted into the Fellowship and all around had the time of my life. But I have to say the best part of it all has been to be able to show my precious comics to you all and get awesome feedback on them that has really helped me on the way. But it looks like the next question is about them, so let’s skip there.

You are a big Comic maker, with many successful projects such as Princess Quest, now completed, Time Crash, currently halted, and Queen’s Quest, your current publication. Since I’m a comic guy myself, feel free to get into detail here. Tell me about each of your projects, what they meant to you, and what you learned about LEGO comic making from them.

I have always wanted to make comics, I just have never found a suitable medium to do that. LEGO offered the perfect solution for me – I just needed to learn how to photograph it. With the help of my fiancé, I think I’ve finally got it, though.

It all began with just a few Fantasy Era sets that I had purchased. I felt exhilarated to get my hands on the first LEGO princess I had ever owned, so I started to build a story around her, and Princess Quest was born. There was no way she was going to be a wimp that would just let evil wizards just snatch her and lock her into a bony cage like in the original set, 7093 Skeleton Tower. No, she was brave, kind and talented, and ended up fulfilling her quest to save her country (although with a great cost). PQ was the ultimate feministic fantasy, and I’m happy I finished it.

Now Time Crash isn’t exactly a comic, but an interactive story illustrated with LEGO. I was heavily inspired by Batbrick’s Interactive Apocalypse, but I also wanted to use minifigs from the variety of themes I had collected, and not concentrate on one theme only. So naturally the story was about a twist in time. Sadly my concentration went to other things, and Time Crash was forsaken. There has been some questions from time to time if I’m ever going to continue the story, but I guess only time will tell (pun intended).

Queens’ Quest is the result of me wanting to return to the world and characters I created in Princess Quest, and expand on them. I hope the multitude of characters doesn’t confuse people too much, because it’s going to become quite a soap opera when the story progresses. I’ve been meaning to publish the next chapter all summer, but all my energy has been sucked up by the Mafia-game I’m hosting. Which I will apparently talk about next, heh.

In closing, I think comics are still the best way for me to tell the stories floating in my head. I don’t have the stamina required to become a novelist, nor do I have the technical knowledge to start making films, so comics are the perfect middle road for me, with their combination of text and visuals.


Hogwarts Mafia, a game you recently hosted, just ended. Can you tell us about the experience of hosting, what you thought of the players, and how doing your newer take on Mafia worked out for you. Also, Shadows said if I wanted to keep my job, you had to throw in some praise for him  :tongue:

Oh, Hogwarts Mafia has been a blast through and through. It is so satisfying to see the characters and night actions I planned for the game come to life after waiting over half a year for my hosting turn. I hope I have brought some new life to the EB Mafia games that did began to repeat themselves somewhat in my opinion (no offense to the previous hosts, of course).

On another message board, I was actually a moderator of the forum games section for quite a long time, and I learned the ropes of efficient game hosting there. It’s always been about innovation with the games I’ve created, I want to experience new things and try out my wild ideas. And forum games offer that in a perfect way for me.

Now I’m just anticipating for a new RPG to launch in EB (hint hint, Dragonator). :wink:

As for Hogwarts Mafia, it’s still unfinished, and all options are open. All the characters feel dear to me, and that’s why it’s such a bittersweet sensation to see them getting picked out of the game one by one. But that’s what the thrill of the Mafia games is all about.


That hardly praised me at all.

I'm disappointed too.

Who should we interview next?

You should definitely interview the other FFOLs on this website, I’m sure you’ll get very different stories from mine.

So now we completely ignore that, correct?

You learn quickly.

Anything else you feel needs to be exposed about the real Sandy?

Heh, there’s layers upon layers of me to expose. Aside from being a LEGO enthusiast, I’ve also done a lot of acting in my youth, I’m a total cat person and a huge fan of Final Fantasy videogames, I intend to start studying Japanese this fall, and I’m a candidate for the upcoming Finnish Parliament elections as well. Just to name a few examples. :wink:

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This is EB News signing off!  Everyone wave!

Zepher!!!  Sandy!!  Look, a boat!

What?!

YES!

Salvation, finally.  Help me dig her up Shadows.

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Hey guys...?  Shadows?  Zepher?  Come on fellas!  You can't be serious.

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Sandy?  Anyone?

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Edited by Zepher, 02 September 2010 - 06:38 PM.

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 07:22 PM

Woohoo.  :sweet: Good to see EB news back again (most of the previous coverage predates my stay here) and nice to hear some more about Sandy!

And finally: great scenery building...  :hmpf:  :grin:

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 07:36 PM

Hey.  I have a coic based in the desert, and most of my pieces are poured into a set right now.   :tongue: I didn't really think it would be an issue, it's about the interview, not the scenery.

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 07:37 PM

EB News, a never-failing source of interesting stories about our dear members!  :sweet:
I don't know if I ever commented on your Hogwarts when you first posted it, Sandy. So I'll do it now:
Love it!  :wub:
Big and full of details, just how a doll-house should be. The forthcoming HP sets just screams to be a part of that.

Do you have Feminist Initiative in Finland? If yes, that would be my guess of what party you candidate for in the elections.  :tongue:

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 07:50 PM

View PostZepher, on 02 September 2010 - 07:36 PM, said:

I didn't really think it would be an issue, it's about the interview, not the scenery.
It's probably because the last EB news episode I read took place in Draggy's castle. :devil:

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 09:03 PM

Really nice to see this feature back. A great person to interview and I got to see some of the Hogwarts Mafia sets in that storage picture.

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 09:22 PM

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Nice interview, guys. It's great to see this place back in business.

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 06:41 AM

Thanks for this very interesting interview! It's always good to know more about some of our wonderful members.

Sandy, sadly I missed out on signup (distracted by something else) for Hogwarts Mafia but I did want to tell you how much I enjoyed the storytelling that you deployed, especially in that amazing conclusion! It was a really standout piece of work all round :thumbup:

I have a feeling with all the new HP sets that that cabinet is going to look a little cramped  :devil:

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 07:39 AM

It's great to see EB News being revived once more.  :thumbup:

Although we are almost close to the end of 2010, but I am glad we have a fine interview with Sandy. It's great to know the lady behind the Hogwarts Mafia and more of her fine contributions inside EB. I wonder who will be next.  :look:

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 08:10 AM

Glad to have EB News back on track once again!

Great interview, and also neat background story :laugh:

Thanks Sandy for taking the time to share more about her hobby and interests; and thanks to the surviving EB News crew for the effort.

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 11:58 AM

Cool!
Its great to get these fantastic interviews with great members of our community!
Its nice to see what the other members of EB think about lego be it their favourite set, how they organize and their personal experiences.
I really do hope you guys get out some more interviews cause these are great. :classic:

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 12:42 PM

Hunh. *huh*

I don't even remember doing this. :grin:

Nice job, Zepher, and thanks to Sandy for taking the time to participate (and having the patience to wait for it to appear).

I'm still waiting for the praise, though. :hmpf_bad:

Someone is so getting metagamed in the next one... :devil:

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 01:54 PM

Excellent in-depth interview! Shadows in particular was very good. :hmpf::laugh: Not to mention Hinckley.
I'm glad that EB News interviews are back, I hope to read more of them in the future! I'm not suggesting any names though, I don't want to ruin their chances! :grin:
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Posted 04 September 2010 - 05:22 PM

Poor Hincley. Great interviewe once again, i was wondering about what kind of person Sandy would be, ofcourse when we live in the same country :classic:  Do i see Armadas sails on the closet? :cry_happy:  I loved if i would own that set. And it was kinda suprise at you were a big fan of harry Potter, i thought it was Castle theme but oh well, I have readed all the books god knows how many times and watched all the movies. But not the newest one :sceptic:  I shuld buy it from te stores if i have time and money :tongue:  And you are also a small fan of Pirates? Well that was unexpected. Anyway, great interview and it was intresting reading.
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Posted 04 September 2010 - 05:45 PM

Always fine to read more about a fellow member, especcialy when it's packed inside an EB News event!
Enjoy your Harry Potter project and game, Sandy.

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Posted 04 September 2010 - 06:36 PM

This is the first EB News I have read. :blush:
I don't know why I didn't read the others, because this is great! As said before it is always nice hearing more about other members, and the way this was set out with all the funny pictures made it even better! :sweet:
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View PostShadows, on 03 September 2010 - 12:42 PM, said:

Hunh. *huh*

I don't even remember doing this. :grin:

Nice job, Zepher, and thanks to Sandy for taking the time to participate (and having the patience to wait for it to appear).

I'm still waiting for the praise, though. :hmpf_bad:

Someone is so getting metagamed in the next one... :devil:

If you ever work with Shadows, never let him become completely incharge.  He may get too lazy to even be himself  :tongue: .  Thanks for all the wonderful responses everyone.  With the upcoming Mafia I'm hosting I will be more time tied, but I think I will certainly pop out at least one episode a month!

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 05:57 AM

Haha, you could've at least notified me the interview was up, Zeph! I didn't think of looking for it here before now.

Thanks for the lovely (and beachy) presentation. And I also want to apologize Shadows for not praising him, I just wasn't in the mood for butt-kissing. :tongue:

Svelte, I don't actually keep my sets intact for very long, but dismantle them for pieces to use in my MOCs. So my cabinet is emptied cyclically, for example now all the Hogwarts Mafia MOCs have been taken down.

Captain Becker, my taste in LEGO is versatile, I go with whatever looks good and has useful minifigs in it. :wink: Harry Potter and Castle are my two favorite themes, however. The "Imperial Armada" ship is actually this, by the way.

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Oh i forgot totally the Swan, i havent seen it since you last Queens Quest episode wich were long long time ago, so i forgot at you were builded it. :laugh:
I hope to see the next episode soon, i really enjoy at reading your comics. They are fantastic!

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View PostSandy, on 06 September 2010 - 05:57 AM, said:

Haha, you could've at least notified me the interview was up, Zeph! I didn't think of looking for it here before now.


I was actually about to fire a PM off tonight when I realized you probably had never been around to read a EB News before and wouldn't know where to look :grin: .  Sorry, glad you enjoyed our lovely beach.

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View PostCaptain Becker, on 06 September 2010 - 09:20 PM, said:

Oh i forgot totally the Swan, i havent seen it since you last Queens Quest episode wich were long long time ago, so i forgot at you were builded it. :laugh:
I hope to see the next episode soon, i really enjoy at reading your comics. They are fantastic!

I have already built everything I need for the next chapter, I just need to find the time to photoshoot it. Hogwarts Mafia really drained all my "LEGO-time" this summer, so QQ was on a short hiatus.

But you can look forward to Chapter Five later this month, I reckon.

View PostZepher, on 07 September 2010 - 01:13 AM, said:

I was actually about to fire a PM off tonight when I realized you probably had never been around to read a EB News before and wouldn't know where to look :grin: .

Uh, I've read them before, I just forgot they were placed here... :tongue:

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 02:52 AM

Good interview.   :classic:

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View PostShadows, on 03 September 2010 - 12:42 PM, said:

Hunh. *huh*

I don't even remember doing this. :grin:

That is because you never do anything. >.> There's like 3 unposted interviews I sent you to edit.

Great work Zepher! Keep it up while those among us suffering from chronic lazyness battle their disease.

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