Anexcuse

Eurobricks Vassals
  • Content Count

    82
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Anexcuse

  1. Anexcuse

    MOC: Toa Umbra

    Looks really sleek, I love the asymmetry on the arms too.
  2. Anexcuse

    Bionicle 2015 Discussion

    If the new limb pieces have pin-holes, I'll be fine with them. Though they don't look like they have them now, if they do they might bring back a more "BIonicle" feel, to me at least. I'm still skeptic over the cheaper sets, definitely getting Ekimu vs Mask Grinder though.
  3. Anexcuse

    Anyone Else Unable to Moc?

    Are flea markets an option? You might get lucky with finding Hero Factory sets/pieces.
  4. Anexcuse

    Bionicle 2015 Discussion

    I'm not sure if this was discussed before or not, but in the small animation LEGO made of the general start of the story, it mentioned the mask makers made "masks of power". It then proceeded to show some defender/protector-shaped masks. Could this mean that the defenders may have powers in the masks?
  5. Anexcuse

    LEGO LotR - general discussion

    Star Wars Battle-Packs? EDIT: Never mind I read what you said wrong, I thought you had said that YOU don't believe that, my bad.
  6. Anexcuse

    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    Mine did, they had their little page with a poster of the wave and each set on the other side?
  7. Anexcuse

    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    It will be in the LEGO Club Magazine, you may simply regard this as a false wish, but for the past two years, the magazines have released posters for each respective Hobbit wave.
  8. Anexcuse

    LEGO LotR - general discussion

    The problem is that LOTR has no cartoon/show to support it, if they had a Hobbit or LOTR show (not live-action) children would love it and possibly buy sets. As well as that, LEGO Star Wars have many "impulse" sets that include lots of playability as well as battle packs for even more fun with their new blasters. And you have to think about it, if a kid is neutral in terms of Fantasy/Sci-Fi orientation, would he/she rather buy four battle packs, including sixteen troops for "huge" battle scenes and maybe build their own scenery or even use furniture, or would they buy one set (MEA) that includes a few elves a warg and a couple orcs with a fort that will probably get dismantled anyways. Of course they would buy more quantity and even then, the quality is on par especially if you are talking about the 2015 sets coming soon.
  9. Anexcuse

    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    Same, what I dislike about the set though is that I already have all the dwarves included in the set.... I might make a small army of humans with the new pieces. :P
  10. Anexcuse

    Bionicle 2015 Discussion

    If we are to get elder characters, they must at least be capable of fighting or at least have some sort of play feature... This may be a stretch, but maybe they could become the "wizards" of the Bionicle universe? Using their staffs to conjure great powers?
  11. Anexcuse

    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    Thanks for the advice. =) It's helping quite a bit, I'm thinking of getting duplicates of attack on Lake Town. :P
  12. Anexcuse

    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    Sorry to bother, but what sets do you think are a "must buy" or are the best in this upcoming wave? I'm getting An Unexpected Gathering soon and would like to know what other sets would be best to buy before the line ends. :P Thanks!
  13. Anexcuse

    Bionicle 2015 Discussion

    We need posters too! ^^
  14. Anexcuse

    (Not) LEGO Dragon Lands, Wave 2

    I love this series of MOCs! =) These seem well more creative than any castle-related sets TLG has ever done. I don't understand how LEGO thinks that even younger children prefer really basic, normal medieval sets to your series! :P