MstrOfPppts

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  • Birthday 01/14/1984

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  1. MstrOfPppts

    Factions - Introduction, Discussion, and Core Rules

    Hey @Darnok, I do admit I was quite inactive lately. I had a huge build to finish for the Bricking Bavaria exhibition and also RL was not that friendly to my hobby. But I do still have plans with the Black Sun and to do some more builds in SW universe and you're most welcome to join the BS if it suits your building and / or story telling desires. As for the other members, I can't help if there's players signing up just for the sake of being part of a faction and then not contributing to this game in any way. Sadly there's far too few people here, even less are active, to run this game faster and make it more interesting (in my opinion). There is no point in this being played by the faction leaders by themselves. But it's you players who can help in changing that!
  2. MstrOfPppts

    Landspeeder Contest Voting Thread

    Cat A) 1 vote for #3 and #11 Cat B) 1 vote for #3 and #4 Cat C) 1 vote for #4 and #5
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    Ninjago Legacy Contest - Voting

    1 - 1 point 4 - 1 point 13 - 1 point
  4. MstrOfPppts

    Ninjago Polybag Contest - Voting

    3 - 1 point 8 - 1 point 10 - 1 point
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    [CONTEST] BSBA - Voting thread

    A: 3-8-11 B: 1-2-8
  6. Ljubljana, Slovenia "White Ljubljana" (by MstrOfPppts) And here's my entry: And the description of the buildings ...
  7. The folder is not yet public ... who uses brickshelf in the 21st. century?!
  8. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    @Skalldyr but you don't need the four minifigures, right? I can sense some mutual interests here ;)
  9. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    Looking back at 2018, what a disappointing year :) Well I must admit that I'm no fan of Display models like the Hulkbuster is meant to be. The Cloud City is a meh set with great minifigures and the Ninjago City was far superior to the City Docks. We had some interesting sets from Jurassic World and the Black Panther, but none of those really stand out that much. I would agree that the Great Hall was among the best sets of 2018 but I also have to mention another set. Although I am no fan of Technic, don't own the set and never will, but am a big fan of the shape of this car and surprised how TLG captured it so precisely! Of course I'm talking about the Chiron set! See you all tomorrow!!! I predict that @Holodoc will choose the Ford Mustang as the set of the year 0 days from the event :D P.S.: Who won?
  10. Mix it all into one bag, noone will go check and do the sorting at home ...
  11. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    5 days to the event 5 years ago we had 2014! Choose the best set, what a hard decision I thought, until I realised that 2014 was the year of the LEGO movie. At that ocasion LEGO produced for my taste the best set ever. Which means it also is the best set of that year - logicaly. The set is ... drumroll ... eh, you've probably seen the image before reading this crap anyway. So yeah, it's set number 70810 - Metalbeard's Sea Cow. It's a little silly, funky and crazy and only because it includes the awesome doubledecker couch, but the ship is a masterpiece and an eye candy to look at. Just what LEGO is all about. Greetings from an event in Zagreb, I'm on my mobile and skipping lunch for this post. Can a mod please edit it and remove the quote and the spoiler. Stupid mobiles ... runners up maybe in the evening and sorry for beeing late :)
  12. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    Ahh yes ... right after the year of Pirates of the Caribbean ended, there comes a whole line of Lord of the Rings and Hobbit sets ... and we got some dinosaurs and a police station with a bear! And I thought I spent a lot the previous year :D Here are some more great sets:
  13. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    The Mill Village Raid is an awesome set. I do remember bricklinking it for a decent price after getting sucked into LEGO big time ... probably my number 1 of that year as well. Even if just for the Mee-ees :) I can still remember 2010, when I first saw the image of the funky 3D printed prototype of Jack Sparrow on a camel. My thoughts: I need to have this. And then 2011 came with the whole PoTC theme. Queen Anne's Revenge was my first set I bought in 2011 and after that I think I spent two of my salaries on LEGO that year ... More runners up: P.S.: JFI Star Trek has nothing to do with Naboo ...
  14. MstrOfPppts

    Event countdown 2019

    Agreed on this one, this was an easy choice. This was the first set I bricklinked after coming back into LEGO, since I just missed it on the shelves ... The close runner up for me would be the 4842 Hogwarts Castle: