MrErikku

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  1. Personally I really like Drifters Landing.
  2. you're brother is quite the builder! tell him to keep it up!
  3. The only place the grey havens would be acceptable is if it was the last set in the line. my vote goes to Minas Morgul yet again!
  4. you are not alone! It's certainly a mouthful. Personally I think it'd be really cool if the port city had several different names from the different languages of some of the more prominent tribes from Nocturnus, and then have a "common tongue name." I suppose that could come up with each person's take on it, but I think it would add a little culture to the mix because each name would have different history depending on the tribe it came from. If that makes sense...
  5. You make a good point. From a logical stand point the Mordor Battle Pack would most likely a better pack, and a lot easier to market and sell. I was looking at it like a dream set list rather than a marketable one. A $30 battle pack with the Witch King would be really cool actually, it'd make it a lot easier to get 9 wraiths. Unless they give him some kind of special unique printing, which I seriously doubt would happen.
  6. I'd agree, but it's so much more than just a city only featured for a few minutes, I think that's why I'd go Minas Morgul. Although a Mordor battle pack would be convenient... And on top of that, I feel like it'd be a little more likely to get some more unique molds/printing that would mix well with some of the existing options. (as few as they are).
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    LEGO LotR - general discussion

    Unfortunately I think Star Wars is kind of a poor comparison. And as much as I like PoTC and Jurassic Park, I would much, much, much rather have a final wave of LoTR then any of those.
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    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    I agree, that's exactly why it made me curious. I don't think it's very likely because it hasn't happen yet up to this point, where there have been plenty of opportunities, but it could be a sign that it might change in the last wave. Unless Deathleech's split wave theory is correct, then it wouldn't make any sense at all.
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    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    As cool as that's be, I doubt it'd be on and solider, it'd be to expensive to produce on a large scale. I could see a more prominent figure with arm printing though. But that's just me being hopeful. It would kind of ruin the pattern though and make them stick out more.
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    2x3 Tiles

    This, he just hid the side where the clips were. If you look closely at the trans black one you can see the marks. You can also kind of see the marks on the trans blue one on the opposite.
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    Microfig Customs

    These are really impressive!
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    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    I don't think it's an "old" version of Bilbo. His hair is the same color as normal Bilbo. Unless you mean old like from a previous movie, in which case I'd agree that you were right. Although not what I was hoping for, it doesn't really surprise me that it's another Bilbo. I will most definitely be picking one up regardless! The arm printing is wonderful. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that version of Bilbo would be the only LOTR or Hobbit figure with arm print, right? Could that be hinting at something for future figures in this next Hobbit wave, or theoretical final LOTR wave?
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    LEGO LotR - general discussion

    Although I agree with you completely on this, especially the CMF series, it just won't ever happen. There was a project on CUUSOO a while back called something like "dark bucket" that was 99 storm troopers and Darth Vader that was shot down. From what I recall, the major reasoning behind it was LEGO is a building you company, and the license they have (at least for starwars related stuff) needs to be centered on a build, not the figures, which requires a different license. Now I could be wrong, but it's probably pretty safe to assume that they have a similar license for the lotr and hobbit stuff as well. Meaning there would need to be some building aspect. That would have been the perfect though.
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    LEGO Hobbit 2014

    I actually find that quite relieving. It's not very surprising, but with all the speculation about everything in either this thread, or the future lotr one, it's certainly nice to have a definite response, from TLG no less, about something.