The Reader

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  1. The Reader

    Should LEGO Bring Back Raised Base Plates

    I like them because they give buildings a unique shape. They add kind of a landscape.
  2. The Reader

    Lego City 60267 Safari Off-Roader

    I personally prefer the monkey. I think it offers more playabiliy.
  3. The Reader

    [MOC/Mod] Phil's Beach Buggys

    I especially like the second one. That‘s a great buggy!
  4. The Reader

    What to do with a Rancor Hand (from set 75005)

    Star Wars stuff ...
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    Action and Adventure Themes Discussion

    The torso is available now on B&P. I have ordered two ...
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    Lego City 60267 Safari Off-Roader

    I have checked the instructions - I think brackets won't work because they would be sitting too high so that the minifigs wouldn't have place. My "new" idea is replacing the two white 1x2 inverted slopes at the rear end of the front wheels by a modified brick, which has to hold the tile with the safari pattern which forms the side of the driver's cabin. Not sure though if this works ...
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    Lego City 60267 Safari Off-Roader

    Lucky you! The set isn't even on the shelves of my local toy store. Thanks for the hint. These 2x2 brackets seem of better use than the ones I thought of. I think so, too. And set 6672 is a kind of remake of set 699. Yes, these long bricks used for the interior are annoying me. Well, I don't like them either, but I can live with them - as we don't have any choice.
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    Action and Adventure Themes Discussion

    Another idea beside minifigs: I could well imagine using Hidden Side's set "Lighthouse of Darkness" (set 70431) as a setting for Johnny Thunder & friends - without using the AR feature and the monster parts, but with using the skeleton and the bat and the candle in the cove. It's a lovely set!
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    [MOC] 1966 Batmobile

    That's great!
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    Action and Adventure Themes Discussion

    The status for the torso has changed on B&P: from "sold out" to "add to bag" with the remark "This part is out of stock. If you submit your request, we’ll get in touch to let you know when it’s expected back or to offer you a substitute."
  11. The Reader

    Lego City 60267 Safari Off-Roader

    I have a question concerning set 60267 Safari Off-Roader. Its instructions are available now (link). The car looks great, but its interior seems strange to me. The car is 6 studs wide, but it fits only one minifig per seating row. There can't be seated two minifigs side by side. The walls beside the driver seat are each 2 studs wide which seems far too massive for me. Is this a common feature in modern, 6 studs wide LEGO-cars? When I buy the set, I will try to modify the car's sides so that two minifigs can be seated side by side. Perhaps by using this part in the driver seat's area to hold the side panels.
  12. The Reader

    New Licensed Theme Rumor Mill

    The translation is quite correct. "right holder " and "legal situation" confers to IP-rights.
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    Action and Adventure Themes Discussion

    Seemingly, we unfortunately can‘t buy her torso solo at Lego: But perhaps this is an explanation and gives us some hope.
  14. The Reader

    TLG acquires Bricklink

    Thank you very much. Still not working here - neither with Firefox nor with Internet Explorer.
  15. The Reader

    TLG acquires Bricklink

    I can‘t open BrickLink since yesterday. Anybody with the same problem?