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What Theme Do You Want to See With Lego's Next Biggest Set.

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If not a big addition to Ninjago City, I’d love be to see a proper as they could get Wayne Manor with Batcave below. 

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14 hours ago, Johnny1360 said:

I know one thing I would rather see, instead of giant one and done sets, I would like to see more sets that can be combined to make a huge set. Something you could endlessly add onto without it looking incomplete if you were lacking a few of the sets would be great. I know it is wishful thinking none the less I would love it. I guess City is kind of like that now but I would like actual connection points to add to the set making them seamlessly fit together. 

Have you seen the Creator Expert Modulars?

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Playing further along with @pombe's "pie-in-the-sky" wishlisting, I'd like to see an Art Deco Ocean Liner of a Rocketship from Lego, minifigure-scaled! :devil:

1930 ... Bad Drivers of the Stratosphere!

 

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2 hours ago, MAB said:

Have you seen the Creator Expert Modulars?

Yes, more like that please. 

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I see a lot of people saying that they don't like large themes. I would like to throw in my two bits. 

I am a teacher and I like the large sets because they make a good reward activity. e.g. "when you are done you can work on the . . . "

Right now they are working on Hogwarts. There was a scale truck, the one with the crane, that actually took over one and a half years of reward work activity. They did get it finished though (now I am trying to make it go straight using the EV-3 controller, a gyro-sensor, and the medium motor controlling the steering).

One thing I like, for my particular situation, is module based instructions. That way one student can be working on the dragon, another on the main hall, another on the . . . I am sure you get the point.

Yes, my need is different than most, but it is something I look for.

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Over 7541 pieces?

Architecture. Philadelphia City Hall. Also every purchaser gets their virginity back (just like with the UCS Falcon :tongue:). The end.

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5 hours ago, Digger of Bricks said:

Playing further along with @pombe's "pie-in-the-sky" wishlisting, I'd like to see an Art Deco Ocean Liner of a Rocketship from Lego, minifigure-scaled! :devil:

An ocean liner rocket ship?!?!?!  *huh*  In art deco style?!?!?!

Just creating the shape would be insane.  Not to mention being able to access the different levels inside for the play features and minifigure accommodations.

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4 hours ago, pombe said:

An ocean liner rocket ship?!?!?!  *huh*  In art deco style?!?!?!

Just creating the shape would be insane.  Not to mention being able to access the different levels inside for the play features and minifigure accommodations.

Yep, it'd certainly be most titanic, though alternatively all those parts could be used instead to make a fleet of Retro Rocketship sets. Hmmm, hard decisions...

boomerstarkiller67: âBuck Rogers - Interplanetary Battle Fleet (1934) â

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On 3/6/2019 at 11:16 AM, Johnny1360 said:

I know one thing I would rather see, instead of giant one and done sets, I would like to see more sets that can be combined to make a huge set. Something you could endlessly add onto without it looking incomplete if you were lacking a few of the sets would be great. I know it is wishful thinking none the less I would love it. I guess City is kind of like that now but I would like actual connection points to add to the set making them seamlessly fit together. 

Something like this would be cool for Welcome to Apocalypseburg! I was just thinking of how to expand it. 

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On 3/6/2019 at 2:16 PM, Johnny1360 said:

I know one thing I would rather see, instead of giant one and done sets, I would like to see more sets that can be combined to make a huge set. Something you could endlessly add onto without it looking incomplete if you were lacking a few of the sets would be great. I know it is wishful thinking none the less I would love it. I guess City is kind of like that now but I would like actual connection points to add to the set making them seamlessly fit together. 

Not just wishful thinking - look at the Harry Potter line. Hogwarts Great Hall and Hogwarts Whomping Willow fit your criteria pretty much exactly, with more rumored sets for this year to continue the expansion. Depending on how long the theme sticks around this time, one might very well end up with a castle that surpasses the Millennium Falcon, just composed of smaller segments that could be rearranged or omitted as they see fit.

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21 minutes ago, tafkatb said:

Not just wishful thinking - look at the Harry Potter line. Hogwarts Great Hall and Hogwarts Whomping Willow fit your criteria pretty much exactly, with more rumored sets for this year to continue the expansion. Depending on how long the theme sticks around this time, one might very well end up with a castle that surpasses the Millennium Falcon, just composed of smaller segments that could be rearranged or omitted as they see fit.

It's also what they did waaaay back in the day with Hogwarts (and with Jabba's Palace) - except this time around the sets are much more slick in terms of countours, colours, minifigs, etc.

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Just now, jimmynick said:

It's also what they did waaaay back in the day with Hogwarts (and with Jabba's Palace) - except this time around the sets are much more slick in terms of countours, colours, minifigs, etc.

Yeah, some of those sets were... not the greatest. I do hope the current line takes a cue from the early days in terms of set size, though - I'd like to see a few smaller vignettes that could fit in among the larger portions.

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A UCS star destroyer would be nice to get, especially since the original stardestroyer is very expensive

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