Feng-huang0296

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    Lego-Original Themes, Winter Village, MOCing, MODing, Fan-Fiction, and anything that can explode!

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  1. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Unfortunately, I can also confirm that the two 'Golden Dragon Master' figures in the Master of Dragons and Dragon's Den sets do indeed have different prints. Oh well . . On the plus side, counting the baby there are now four different Wu variants this year!
  2. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Yes, yes yes yes! Forget Ninjago, that site has good images of just about every Summer Set ever! Thank you so much! This is so incredible . . do you think it'll get taken down? EDIT: Okay, strike that. It has images for Elves, Ninjago, Disney, Creator and Architecture, possibly Duplo too, I wouldn't know . . still pretty good! My only issue is that the Docks pictures only show us a really small and partly obscured view of the 'front' side, even though it's really something that should be displayed to be visible on all sides. But oh well. We'll just have to wait until a reviewer gets their hands on it.
  3. LEGO Elves 2018

    Oh, yes yes yes. These are both so cool! I think this is going to be one of those rare occasions where I collect every set in a theme. The Elvenstar Tree is even better than I thought it would be, which is saying something. And I am so expanding the 'Shadow World' area of the Elvendale part of my city layout. Because I want to put both the carriage and that workshop area into it - can anyone tell whether it attaches to the left or the right of Noctura's Tower? I'm inclined to say left based on the way it sort of slants . . Full props for these sets! Any word on a release date?
  4. Disney Princesses 2018 - Rumors & Discussion

    Can I just say, wow that caravan looks ugly. Garish colours, absurdly disproportionate wheels, and it doesn't even look like it follows the Build and Swap series. Excellent mini-dolls and nice to get Max, but that does not make that disappointing set worth getting. Boo.
  5. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    No, Chen was the evil Anacondrai-obsessed sorcerer who was the main villain of the Tournament of Elements arc. But yes, that is the cheerleader guy. Apparently his name's Chad.
  6. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Thanks! For me, Chad (the author of the smash hit "Boo Lloyd"), the new suit for Cole, and Nelson are definitely the highlights here. Though I think people are being a little too critical of Mystake - the only problem I see is the absence of a hat, which was probably done so Shen could have al alternate face. And, if you absolutely can't live without Mystake having a hat/hair combo, you can just scrounge up a spare Sensei Wu hat and Kragle-ify it to her wig. And more citizens to walk the streets of my city are never a bad thing. So I don't mind the generic people. Especially since I'm pretty sure Betsy and her baby are among the people who were screaming "Garmadon!" in the first trailer, way back when.
  7. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    That!/'a good point about Dareth's outfit. I suddenly don't mind it so much, when you out it that way . . and now I kind of want to see if I can retroactively track down one of those white gis (which I never got) so that Dareth can have a second student. Wait, you can make out the character names? The version I saw was too blurry . . can you give us a list?
  8. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    No, I'm pretty sure that 'Mistaké' is the mistake. Mystake sounds more . . mystical, I guess.
  9. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Yeah, I'll admit that bothers me. Maybe I can Bricklink a Dareth from previous years? . . . But I think that the Docks is getting a bit too much flak here. Lego is trying to correct the one mistake they made with Ninjago City; its ridiculous height. The fact is, these two City sets are just that; things that the Lego designers know people will want to out in their cities. But Ninjago City was so ridiculously tall (and so expensive) that it just looks horribly out of place and completely dominates the skyline in almost all cases. Plus, the 'upper platform' section is disjointed, to say the least. The Docks is their effort to rectify the mistakes that they made there. It's flatter, so it fits alongside the regular Modulars in a way that Ninjago City just won't, but it also, if you get both, provides a gradient that makes it easier to integrate the original City into a city. Not to mention the staircase that connects to the otherwise disjointed upper platform of Ninjago City. Which is why, even if I never got the original City, I have every intention of getting the Docks. It's going to be much easier to put into my village, and has a lot more practical function too - as well as both Dareth's Dojo and Mystake's tea shop, there's a grocery store and living quarters. (Which are things I much prefer to have in my village than a comic store and costume shop.) Plus we haven't even seen the functionality of some of the spaces in those buildings. I think that Ninjago City Docks is an improvement over the City in almost every way. The City only really worked as a standalone display piece. But the Docks can be part of a full city. (The minifigures are a little disappointing, though.)
  10. 2018 City Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I'm pretty sure the animals are still alive. If only because, last time they created frozen creatures and gave them printing and decorations to make them look 'dead', with exposed bones and gore, it killed the China franchise. I'm guessing they're making the animals still alive and healthy if only so as to not give the kids nightmares. Land as for the fantasy elements being out of place in City? They're obviously running out of ideas. Makes me wonder what we'll see next year. XD
  11. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Huh. So the pictures are pretty bad, but it's clear enough that there is indeed a major height disparity between the City and the Docks. Which makes me very happy, because it proves that the Docks are designed to better fit in with other Modulars in a way that Ninjago City wasn't. I really hope I'll be able to scrounge up the cash to afford this thing. It looks so cool. I hope the Wing can be dismantled and used to augment the Bounty too. It's pretty clear that the show version of the Bounty has significant differences to the movie version (extra booster jets both on the front-end sides, for one thing). While I doubt the parts from the Wing will be sufficient to give it the sail/wing folding capability, I hope it at least has plenty of rockets. I'd suggest making the other sets your priority, then see if you have enough cash and display room left for the Dieselnaut. It's how I judge my purchases.
  12. 2018 City Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Oh, I see it now. Yes! That frozen mosquito fossil is going to be so incredibly useful!
  13. 2018 City Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    You think? How can you tell? That part could have great applications for Jurassic World!
  14. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Uh . . I meant to write 'pain in the A-S-S', so I dunno how that happened . . but I like that. Pain in the megablocks. It's catchy. XD Hold on, I want to test this. megablocks megablocks megablocks Why does it correct 'megablocks'?
  15. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    I thought that at first too, but I'm not too certain, honestly. It looks to me like the Docks might be built on a 32x48 footprint, like Assembly Square was. Or maybe even a 48x48, which would be even worse. In that case, it wouldn't make any sense for Ninjago City to attach to the side of it. It would look really awkward and be an absolute pain in the megablocks to integrate into a city.