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  1. Terrasher

    Harry Potter 2021 - Rumors & Discussion

    Zoinks, does that include the rumored 250$ set? Or is that considered separate?
  2. Terrasher

    VIDIYO - Universal Music 2021

    I wonder if the cardboard packaging will have some sort of hint as to what is inside each box. I remember a few years ago (I don't know if it's still the same thing now) the blind bags had tiny bumps on the bottom backside of the bag that could allegedly identify the minifigure within. If these new packages are used for the CMF as well and are 100% blind, then I guess Bricklink will be the way to go...
  3. An AT-AT? Huh, it's certainly one of the most wished-for UCS sets, but I am still surprised TLG is actually doing it. I wonder how they'll address the feared stability issues? FWIW, the AT-AT Cavegod submitted to LEGO Ideas has around 6000 pieces: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/9a93c059-9944-42f8-a9af-6fd0c75bfba9 However, the revised version is almost 9000: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-4042/AllOutBrick/walker-assault-2020/#details While this different MOC has almost 6500: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-7540/jhaelego/minifig-scale-at-at-w-interior/#details What are the odds TLG makes it minifigure scale? Better start saving early for it.
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    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    Hooray for details on the sides! If only Ninjago City sets became a staple of D2Cs, like Modulars and Expert Cars are. I can't imagine them not performing well enough to warrant more sets.
  5. Terrasher

    Fairground Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I'm still hoping for an Evolution ride. I started building one years ago, which I never finished, but motorizing the rotating seats was easy (just put the motor as the counter-balance on the other end of the arm). The real challenge comes with motorizing the swinging arm. Motorization or not isn't a dealbreaker for me, so I wouldn't mind it being solely manually operated, but I imagine TLG will want to make it easy for the ride to function on its own. Otherwise, I'm hoping for at least a swing ride, which should be much easier and smaller than the Rollercoaster.
  6. Terrasher

    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Good grief, after almost two hours of trying, my order finally went through (?). It now shows up as "In Process" on the website. It's been years since my last set purchase from S@H, since I prefer to go to my local LEGO Stores, but due to a local lockdown, I thought I'd give the website a try after so long. My, oh my, what a mess. It was fun crashing the website after about an hour, though. It felt like a collective effort coming to fruition. Happy new year, folks!
  7. Terrasher

    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    There's a scanned image of the Canadian catalogue on Brickset right now. Looks like there's a balcony on the side of the student apartment, and the elevated sidewalk wraps / turns around the edge where the 16x32 baseplate is! I'm really happy TLG continued the railing instead of cutting it off like with the City. The more details there are on the sides the better, even if it's just windows or a masonry brick here and there - that way they won't just be large blank walls.
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    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    Looks like there are some slivers of sidewalk on the sides of the pagoda, which would make it awkward to place it on the water side of the Gardens or the City. I'm hoping it doesn't look too out of place, though, since it would be the most logical place to put that 16x32 baseplate, instead of obscured between the larger buildings, where large empty walls would also be visible. When can we expect an official reveal? Jan 1st? Next week? I imagine very soon.
  9. Terrasher

    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    Looks like the set is 73cm tall. Even if a big chunk of that number is taken by the teal tower and its antenna, it'll still be a puzzle to fit this thing on a bookcase or a shelf without decapitating it. Speaking of which, how are you all planning on displaying this set, for those who also own the Docks and the City? It's best to display corner buildings so they can be seen at a 45-degree angle, but if the City and the Gardens are placed back to back, then one of the facades won't be seen very well. Perhaps facing each other?
  10. Terrasher

    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    Ooooh! There it is! That looks much better. Looks like the sidewalk rests lower than Ninjago City, and the lamps on the elevated walkway are indeed blue - strange but it adds some variety. The teal spire looks much better now that we can see the details and textures on everything else - it doesn't stick out as much as it did in the blurry pic.
  11. Terrasher

    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    The leaked image looks strange, and my first impression was slightly disappointed. However, blurry images don't do sets justice, and I'm sure it'll look better when it is revealed. I was expecting the corner to be on the side of the pagoda, and you would have to access the 16x32 baseplate through a little bridge instead of a continuation of the sidewalk. Nevertheless, still very excited to see official pictures, since I loved the Ninjago City and Docks.
  12. Terrasher

    10283 Space Set????

    I hope it's an update of 10231 Shuttle Expedition. I love the Saturn V, but one enormous cylindrical ship is enough... If it's not that, what else could LEGO do that isn't somewhat obscure to most people? For 200$ it ought to be something big and recognizable.
  13. Oh, sweet Lord, give me more landmark sets! And some that aren't as repetitive as the Colosseum, Tower Bridge or Taj Mahal. The Mont Saint Michel, Neuschwanstein Castle and Notre-Dame Cathedral are at the top of the wish list!
  14. Terrasher

    LEGO Ninjago 2021

    Promobricks says that the set is still ~5600 pieces, not 3500. I got scared by that May release teaser - but if that's just for retailers and the set is still scheduled for February directly from LEGO, we cool.
  15. Wooooah, this is incredible! This was one of my favorite Clone Wars ships, and I remember when I had it a few years ago. You've captured the geometry perfectly. I can't wait to see it built! Good grief, it's enormous compared to the UCS MF.