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    Dream Lego Licensed Themes

    I really would like to see some Garfield and Peanuts sets. Below I put two ideas from each theme that LEGO could do as sets. Garfield: Christmas Tree Shopping: $20: Figures: Garfield (winter), Jon (winter), and Christmas Tree Farm Owner Details: I forgot what comic strip this is from, but I remember one where they go Christmas tree shopping. Garfield's Thanksgiving: $35-$40: Figures: Liz (Thanksgiving), Jon (suit), Garfield, and Odie: Details: A dining room area from the Garfield Thanksgiving special, complete with a table full of food. Peanuts: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving: $30: Figures: Snoopy (with removable chef's hat and printing for the apron), Woodstock, Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty, Marcy, Franklin, Linus, Lucy, and Sally: Details: Kind of like a City People Pack. Has the table in chairs from the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special. A Charlie Brown Christmas: $50-$70: Figures: Snoopy, Charlie Brown (winter), Linus (winter), Sally (winter), Snoopy (winter hat), Lucy (winter), Schroeder, Pig-Pen, Frieda, Patty, Violet, and Linus: Details: There would be several builds. The main build would be the stage n which the play takes place on, Snoopy's dog house with Christmas decorations, the Christmas Tree shop, the frozen lake/pond in which they skate on in the beginning, and Lucy's psychiatrist stand.
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    LEGO City 2020 - Rumors, Speculation, and Discussion

    So, I don't know if I'm in the right place, but below I've put down my want list for the rest of 2020/2021, and I would like to start a conversation about the sets. LEGO Truck: $50: Minifigures: 1 Truck Loader and 1 Truck Driver: Details: The two builds would be the truck itself and a small LEGO store. We haven't gotten a LEGO Truck set in some time, and it's about time we get one. Snowplow: $25: Minifigures: 1 Snowplow Driver: Details: Just a typical snowplow similar to City set 60083. Mail Van: $10: Minifigures: 1 Mail Van Driver: Details: Just a mail van. This is another one of those sets that we haven't gotten in a while, and I would like to have a mail truck in my collection. Airport Fire Truck: $30: Minifigures: 2 Firefighters: Details: I don't really know how they would do it differently than the last one, other than maybe making it a bit bulkier than the last one. Tow Truck: $30: Minifigures: 1 Tow Truck Driver and 1 Civilian: Details: The two builds are a tow truck and a small car. I don't know if I want one that looks like City set 60056 or City set 60081. They could go either way on this, but ideally maybe something in between. Now, I think I would like the white and green color scheme to come back, but it would be cool for it to have a different color scheme. Coast Guard 4x4: $25: Minifigures: 2 Coast Guard Officers: Details: A smaller 4x4 that's a bit more similar to City set 7737. Lawn Mower: $5: Minifigures: 1 Civilian: Details: A simple riding mower. Train Museum: $80: Minifigures: 1 Museum Guide, and 6 Civilians: Details: A decent sized train museum that has a spot on the side that can open up so you can put the small steam train inside that's included with the set. The set would have several trans-light blue window panel pieces and a set of sliding doors at the front. The museum would also be two floors.
  3. I know Ashnflash did one of these last year on YouTube, but I thought I would give my ideas for the minifigures and builds for a LEGO DC Advent Calendar Builds: Batcycle Redbird Cycle Arrowplane Bat-Train Wayne Manor Daily Planet Hall of Justice Green Lantern Jet LexCorp The Flash Museum Batboat Christmas Tree Minifigures: Red Robin (classic) Wonder Woman Green Arrow Lex Luthor Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner classic) Joker Sinestro (Green Lantern) The Flash (90s show) Composite Superman Steel Superman (exclusive red and green Christmas suit version) Batman (exclusive red and green Christmas suit version)
  4. He's the big orange guy from Fantastic Four.
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    Winter Village Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I want to know what the current rumors are (if there are any) for Winter Village 2020. My hope is something like a post office with a snowplow, as we haven't gotten any of those for a while, and it would be nice to get something like that. But, if you want a REAL out of the box suggestion that has yet to be done? A Winter Village Airport. Now, hear me out. Imagine getting a passenger plane that's about half the size of the typical passenger planes we have been getting for years now (that way they can still keep the set at $70) and as the side build give us a decent sized airport that's mostly red with bits of green and some other colors thrown in. I figure that the cockpit of the plane could have red over most of it, with the back of the cockpit piece showing the red splitting up into red stripes. I think the interior could look really fancy like in a fancy train car with yellow windows around the plane. The airport I could see having a smaller control tower with a wreath hanging down in the front and Christmas lights around the "floor" of the control tower. the outside of the airport could have a couple more wreaths and Christmas lights around the edge of the roof and a few big windows. The inside would have a nice baggage carousel build along with a ticket area, some advertisements for food, drink, and LEGO, a small store, and a small airplane boarding tunnel on the side. Now, I said they could still keep the set at $70, but I think now they would have to make it $80. And I know my details are a lot, but the plane would be a brand new size, with it being somewhere between the size of the smallest passenger plane and the largest passenger plane. I would also like to have a little baggage transport cart. As for this, I think this is just a fun keychain that isn't related to the next Winter Village set, but I could be wrong.
  6. There are for sure some black lines. My theory about the lines is that they are printed to look scribbled on, if that makes sense.
  7. Look REAL close at the Sith Trooper's helmet in the advent calendar picture. There are black lines on the helmet that aren't on the original helmet.
  8. Look closely at he Sith Trooper. I know that's a new print on the top of the helmet and around the side of the helmet.
  9. So, below is my list for figures and builds if LEGO were to do an advent calendar for LEGO Marvel Superheroes. Builds: Quinjet Spider-Cycle Spider-Mobile Daily Bugle Helicopter Fantasticar Thanos Copter X-Men Jet Avengers Tower Tony Stark's Hot Rod Sky-Cycle Shield Jet Helicopter Spider-Man Drone Minifigures: Spider-Man (Upgraded Suit from Far From Home) Hawkeye (Classic) Doctor Octopus Stan Lee Wolverine (classic blue and yellow with cowl and hair) Human Torch Mr. Frantastic Invisible Woman The Thing (minifigure version) Iron Man (exclusive Christmas colored red and green armor) Captain America (exclusive Christmas colored red and green variation to both his suit and shield, with the star in the middle still being white)
  10. So, it seems that we are talking about the LEGO Star Wars 2020 sets. Below I have listed my thoughts on each set. 501st Legion Clone Troopers: I love this set. It seems that we are lacking Clone Wars sets, along with prequel sets in general, and the builds are great in my opinion. I love getting BARC Speeders, and the last 501st AT-RT set from the real early 2010s is one I missed out on, and I like the figures. We get 3 regular Phase 2 501st Troopers and 1 Phase 2 501st Jet Trooper, along with 2 Battle Droids. Oh, and the box art. First of all, I'm getting tired of the design that has different bricks on the box, as it seems they use that design in other themes, and I would much prefer getting completly different box art each year, as in a way it would be interesting in like 10 or 20 years to look back at all of the different box art and be like, "Oh yeah, I remember I got this set on this occasion or that occasion." And while I know that sounds like strictly a set thing, but getting different box art each year will make one think back to how they were feeling when they got the set. My point is, box art is part of a set's nostalgia I think. Anyway, back to where I was going originally: the Ahsoka Clone Trooper on the box. I have the theory that for each era, they will put different characters on the box art, so the prequels would have maybe Anakin or Obi-Wan, Clone Wars would either keep with the Ahsoka Clone Troopers, or, depending on if the set is from before Season 7, they might put Commander Cody or Captain/Commander Rex up there, if more Rebels sets are made, maybe Ezra or Kanan, and we've already observed that the original trilogy has Darth Vader and the sequels have Kylo Ren. Now, if more Resistance sets are made, they would probably put Kaz or something. Anakin's Jedi Interceptor: I'm excited for this one. I have yet to have a Jedi Interceptor, and this will be an easy pickup for me. Now, if it's $30, that will make me slightly more hesitant on buying it when it comes out, but other than that it looks good. Now, I hate it when people say that LEGO doesn't listen to fans. I remember in 2019 when I was doing one of those product surveys that I requested Anakin's Jedi Interceptor. When I surveyed a Speed Champions set, I requested a Mini Cooper set. Look at that, both of those sets happened. Now, I know this might be coincidence, but I think that proves that LEGO does listen to fans. Now, if the set comes out with a prequel character on the box art, I think that proves my theory on box art. AAT: Yes. Just yes. Now, the front bottom is the only thing I think I dislike, but that may actually be easy to modify. We don't get many land based vehicles in the Star Wars theme (not counting speeder bikes), and this is really cool. The figures. Man, this set has a great figure selection. Season 7 Siege of Mandalore Ahsoka, an Ahsoka Clone Trooper, and 2 Battle Droids. I really like this thing, and I think we should keep the AATs on a 5 year cycle. Now, I only wish this one was a little bigger, but other than that, no real complaints other than no Super Battle Droids or Droidekas. Knights of Ren Transport Ship: So, do I want this set? Yes. Will I buy it in the first year of its release? Probably not. I don't buy many of the bigger LEGO sets in terms of price, so this one isn't the highest priority, but it does look cool. General Grevious' Starfighter: $80. 80 DOLLARS. Look, I really want this thing, but it's $10 more expensive than the Knights of Ren Transport Ship, and it doesn't look like it. I think $60 would have been more fare, but maybe on Amazon it will be on sale on release day. The figures aren't the greatest selection, either, with Obi-Wan being the same from the Duel on Mustafar set, but I think I know why: the set comes with an Airborne Clone Trooper, so maybe the idea is that this set takes place just before and during Order 66, and that's why his clothing has some damage on them. The Grevious is the same one we've been getting, which is a good figure, but he doesn't appear to have the same color from Episode 3, with Episode 3 Grevious being more of a tan color than white, and I like the whit version, I would just like to have 2 versions: The white one is the Clone Wars version and the tan version is the Episode 3 version. Death Star Final Duel: Ok, I'm on board with this. The build looks good, and the set is from maybe my second or third favorite Star Wars movie of all time, Return of the Jedi. The only thing I have to say about this is the fact that the Emperor has the new hood piece, which I have mixed feelings on. On some characters it works, on others it doesn't, and I don't think it works on him. The other thing is that I would like to have Palpatine to have a gray face, with the prequel Palpatine who's not an Emperor having a tan face. It would be more accurate and I overall prefer the gray face for Palpatine. Resistanc I-TS Transport: I want this thing. I do. I would love to sit at the coffee table and build this. It's from Galaxy's Edge, the Star Wars experience, and comes with Vi Moradi, Lieutenant Bek, an Astromech Droid, and a GNK Power Droid. The ship overall looks cool. It looks a bit different than most ships we've gotten in LEGO Star Wars, so I hope to pick this up. Advent Calendar: So, I will be relying on some information that hasn't been confirmed yet, but might be true. So, as for the builds, I like that we're getting a Droid Control Ship. I think it would be cool if we got a normal-sized/minifigure scale version sometime down the line. Now, figures. Yes! Finally, after a few years of getting figures that just used Christmas-colored pieces, we are getting not ONE, but TWO Christmas themed minifigures with exclusive prints, with Poe and Vader in Holiday sweaters. We are also getting D-O with a Santa hat. I wanted to talk about the Sith Trooper. In the photo, it appears that the Sith Trooper minifigure has an exclusive print on the helmet, which is cool. Also, the Battle Droid has an exclusive print on the head! This advent calendar is really what I want from LEGO Star Wars advent calendars. We are also getting a Pit Droid, a Porg, Rise of Skywalker Rey, A New Hope Luke, and maybe a GNK Power Droid and an Imperial Stormtrooper. Look, I think this is the most excited I've been about a LEGO advent calendar, and I'm buying this. Look, the figure selection in here might be one of the best figure selections in any LEGO set. LEGO needs to do this kind of stuff every yer for the Star Wars advent calendars.
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    The LEGO Timeline Theory

    Thank you to all for the support! I think I forgot to add it, but yes, I think that the Dino theme fro 2012 exists in the more eastern part of the continents for some reason, and the films based on Johnny Thunder were based on his adventures and that he did encounter everything in his adventures, but I just didn't put it in. With LEGO Island, in my mind it could have happened about a year before Town, with the Island getting full so they wanted to venture out into the other continents more than they already have, maybe merging with some villages during expansion. I also like my idea that Blacktron is its own government and that's how both exist at the same time. I thank you all for the support!
  12. So, this is a little more simplified version of my LEGO theory posted here in response to another post that explains my theory on how most of the original LEGO themes exists in the same universe. The Dinosaur Era: Where dinosaurs existed. (Roughly 180 million years). The Castle/Vikings/Ninja Era: The era in which the LEGO realistic Castle, Vikings, and Ninja themes existed (all starting roughly about 1500 years before the LEGO Town era, and ending about 200 years before LEGO Town). LEGO Pirates Era: (Starting roughly about 200 years before LEGO Town). The era in which Pirates existed. In the last 50 years of pirates, the buildings are transferring into buildings that resemble Town slightly. Villages start to colonize more and expand. Town/Island Era: After the era of Pirates, the LEGO Town era begins, with technology really just beginning to develop, with steam trains still being active and even a few diesel trains. They also start using gasoline-powered vehicles , including airplanes to get around between various towns and villages. The main LEGO town is called LEGO Town. There are several LEGO islands, including the one we see in the LEGO Island games called LEGO Island. This lasts for about 5 years. Space Era: After about 5 years, spaceflight is discovered, and all of the towns and villages gather together to create the LEGO Exploration Force, launching the LEGO Exploration Space Division which will go into space, and the LEGO Exploration Earth Division, which is when Rock Raiders starts. Hearing about the LEGO Space Exploration Space Division, one of the islands called "Blacktron" starts their own space division called the Blacktron Space Division. After meeting in space, the LEGO Exploration Space Division and the Blacktron Space Division are at war, and that causes the creation of the LEGO Defense Force, creating Space Police, and the Space Police are launched into space to stop the fighting. During their mission to stop the fighting, they meet some aliens, which, after a misunderstanding, causes the aliens to be at war with the humans, which makes all of the human space divisions to come together to defeat the aliens. The war causes them to go into deep space, and when they get there they make peace and most of the humans go back to Earth, with a small selection of the Space Police stay to keep everything peaceful. When they return home, the Space Division and Space Police have movies about them, as well as movies based on the adventures of Johnny Thunder and movies based on the Rock Raiders, which is where the LEGO Studios theme comes in. Using the technology they got from space, technology starts to fill the various towns in the LEGO continents and that helps expansion and monorails are introduced as well as some electric trains. Sports will also be expanding into Soccer, Snowboarding, Basketball, Racing, and Ice Hockey. LEGO Town also creates the LEGO Arctic Exploration Force to explore the arctic. World City Era: Lasting 2 years, things are peaceful for the most part, but in a city called "Agentopolis", the LEGO Agents are created when a bunch of supervillians escape, and LEGO Alpha Team is created. LEGO City Era: In 2005, LEGO World City becomes LEGO City. In another city, a bunch of science experiments using dinosaur DNA escape and that makes the city create the Anti-Mutant Defense Force to defeat the lizards. In 2008, Mars Mission is launched, where they discover more aliens that are more peaceful and the Space Police don't need to step in for the aliens and humans to make peace. Things are peaceful for a while until an old space police transmitter sends a signal to Earth using an old code saying that there are two different groups of hostile aliens headed to Earth. As a result, two different defense forces are created: Galaxy Squad and the Alien Defense Unit. The Alien Defense Unit protects Earth while Galaxy Squad goes into space to protect Earth. After a short time, the aliens are defeated. After that, a brand new Space Police force is introduced to go into different galaxies to keep everything safe. After a few years, Solomon Blaze, former Galaxy Squad member, gets a call from his uncle, former Agent Chase of the LEGO Agents who is now in charge of the LEGO Defense Force says he wants him to lead a new team of agents called "Ultra Agents" after a bunch of supervillians escape and after a year, the villains are defeated. There is peace after that. (In 2013, Rex Fury breaks free but is captured after about a week).
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    Lego Island and Lego City are the same place?

    Thanks! I think whenever I do the less detailed and story-driven timeline, I'll do it so every single original theme fits in, but your post is what inspired me to do this. Thank you for that. I think Pepper should return in a people pack along with other LEGO Island characters.
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    Lego Island and Lego City are the same place?

    Ok, a little side theory that goes with this: Introducing the LEGO Timeline Theory! I think it's safe to assume that LEGO Town turned into World City and World City Turned into City. I think it's also safe to say that most of the main LEGO original themes that are placed in the "real world" exist in the same universe (example: Arctic, Town, Island, etc. all exist in the same timeline, with the licensed themes existing in different universes along with a few of the action themes). So I think that the real LEGO timeline in regards to minifigures is that LEGO Castle (and all the Castle themes that are "realistic") starts it all off. I'm not going to get into the origins of the LEGO universe or anything like that, but for the timeline, we start off with the things that come first in world history (example: swords and armor was first before the more modern day stuff like City). Some time after Castle (maybe about 700 - 800-ish years as the middle ages ran from 476 AD - 1453), we get Pirates, which lasts about 400 years, then we start to get themes like Western, and that would last maybe all of 150 years. At the tail end of the Western era (which seems to be based on the Western of America) during that time, the Pirates era of buildings have started to get transferred slowly into maybe a middle ground between Pirates, Western, and Town, and soon it would transfer into LEGO Town, with not much in the way of new technology, but in the time between Pirates and Town, they would have discovered things like engines, gas, and, importantly, space flight. The main continents of the LEGO Timeline would work together to create the LEGO Space Division, which would be where the original LEGO Space theme shows up. During this time, LEGO Island would take place, a set of islands that are separate from the main continents where people want to live a bit of a simpler life with not as much hustle and bustle of the main continents. One of these islands would be the one we explore in the LEGO Island, and that one is called LEGO Island, while one of the others is called Blacktron, and they specialize in space exploration and is also where both Blacktron themes originate and they are called the Blacktron Space Corporation (even though the Blacktron island/government also, of course have their own city/town). The other islands would be home to some other islands that are similar to LEGO Island, with a few smaller towns. During the next 10 years or so, other towns in the main continents will develop their own space divisions, making room for some of the other LEGO Space themes that originated on Earth (not all, but more on that later). During the Space era, while the towns and cities on Earth would begin to move into modern day, sending up more spaceships and building more space bases on the moon and a few other distant planets, the rival space divisions and groups would begin fighting each other over areas, making the main continents of the LEGO World join forces to create the LEGO Space Police Division to help regulate everything and to keep space safe. During this time, it will be discovered that aliens exists, and now everyone in space, from the LEGO Space Division to Blacktron to Space Police must ban together to defeat the aliens after failing to make piece with the aliens. The aliens and the space divisions of Earth would be brought into deep space, where there would be room enough for everybody and they would still be able to contact Earth and tell them everything that's going on. After finding so many new planets, the aliens and space divisions of Earth make peace and go on to explore planets, including later on an icy one. Back on Earth, LEGO Town has expanded to include Rock Raiders and Arctic, as they have found more areas to explore. The LEGO World has gotten more advanced, from going from steam trains to diesel to now, in some places, monorail. LEGO Town has expanded in size about 20x, and will continue to grow, limiting the space between each town/city, while still leaving plenty of room between them. There would be a few years of expansion and building before the LEGO Sports theme begins, with soccer, snowboarding, American football, and hockey (racing has already been around for about 5 years or so). With LEGO Town bustling, it only takes about 22 years (and, in that time, the LEGO Space Division sends up a group of explorers to explore the icy planet, and that is where the Ice Planet 2002 theme comes in) until LEGO Town becomes LEGO World City in 2003. LEGO World City lasts only 2 years before World City becomes City in 2005, with lots of areas for farms, forests, mountains, lakes, everything. In 2005, people start to populate parts of the northern areas of Earth, which is how the Winter Village theme started. In 2005, the Dino Attack theme starts and ends. In 2007, after the LEGO Agents theme started in one of the of the other cities, in the same city as the Agents theme, Power Miners starts. Galaxy Squad also starts with a group of recruits: Ashlee Starstrider, Billy Starbeam, Chuck Stonebreaker, Jack Fireblade, Max Solarflare, a few different robots, and Solomon Blaze going out into space as an old transmitter was reactivated after it picked up two different groups of aliens: the bug-like Bugtoids and the bright green aliens known as the Alientoids (I don't have a better name for them at the moment). Scrambling for protection, they launch the recruits into space as part of Galaxy Squad, while launching the Alien Defense Unit to protect the Earth. LEGO City is in the clear, they send food and things like that to help the people of the other city. After about a year, both aliens are destroyed, causing LEGO City to spearhead the launch of the new LEGO Space Police Division, sending more Space Police officers out into space than ever before. After the war, Solomon Blaze works as head of the Space Police Earth Division for years until one of the islands has a prison that holds some of the worst super-powered criminals malfunctions, letting the criminals go. Solomon Blaze, now older, gets a call from his uncle, Chase Blaze, former LEGO Agent who is now head of the LEGO Earth Protection Force, which is in charge of all the varied agencies whose base of operations is on Earth. He tells Solomon he wants him to be in charge of the new Ultra Agents, the latest division of the LEGO Earth Protection Force. Solomon agrees, and along with Agents Caila Phoenix, Agent Curtis Bolt, Agent Jack Fury, Agent Max Burns, Agent Steve Zeal, Agent Trey Swift, and everybody not working on the field take down the criminals. After that, Rex Fury reappears and Chase McCain defeats him and brings him to justice. Things have been going good since then, with everybody, including the people in LEGO Island living a happy life. So, that's my brief idea on the basic storyline, now I may do a timeline later that cuts out most of the story details and includes other LEGO themes so it's more complete.
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    LEGO City 2020 - Rumors, Speculation, and Discussion

    So, in regards to the new City 2020 sets... man. I love the new underwater stuff, but I will continue to show LEGO that I don't want named minifigues from the LEGO City show by not buying any of the sets with the LEGO City show. I do like the new big boat, the new underwater helmet piece, but even though I like the airport, I won't be buying it. I really don't like the idea of having characters from the LEGO City show being in the main line instead of a subtheme. I've already talked enough about me not wanting to see characters from the show in the main line of sets. I am happy Divers is returning, and I'm curious about what subthemes are going to happen in 2021.