Legoking

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About Legoking

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    Classic-Pirates' cabin boy
  • Birthday 04/04/94

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    New York
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    I like star wars lego and putting random lego bricks together too! I also like to make custom lego star wars clone troopers and painting them.

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  1. This is Boba Fett's ideal Christmas tree (aka the most random tree he could find). As always, Fett is looking to get paid. That is my signature minifig for those of you who didn't notice who Fett is bartering with. I know this was late, and had the time messed up because I live in New York, I apologize. Would appreciate it I could be entered in this raffle, if not, good luck to all, and great MOC's by all the participants.
  2. Finally was able to get my hands on one of these bad boys after all the years I've been saving up for him!
  3. Welcome to our new pirates moderator: Phred

    It's been a while since I've been on eurobricks, but congratulations Phred.
  4. Pirates 2009 vs. Pirates 2015

    I'm finaly glad to see TLG is bringing back the blue coats. My passion for Lego my reignite once again.
  5. Bootleg Super Heroes minifigs - worth it or not?

    Funny story about clone and knockoff Lego products in general. There is a building in Billund, that houses the famous Lego vault containing every Lego set made to date, I am almost certain of. But walking around upstairs in the museum, you see the history of how Lego evolved over time, including a red car model that Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen build years ago. But later on we were taken to this semi-secret room that is filled with Chinese knockoffs and clones of Lego. I went on this tour back in 2011, but our tour guide said how hard TLG tries to eradicate Lego clones from stores, but it is a hard battle for them to win.
  6. Why the Pirates theme disappeared in 1998?

    I believe this might be another explanation that will answer your question Captain Fortune. In the 1990's and early 2000's, TLC was not doing that well and recording losses of significant amounts. Check out and read this short article.
  7. ReBrick "Name the Ship" Contest - and the WINNER IS...

    Haven't logged onto eurobricks in months, but to log on and see this is great news and made my dad. Can't wait to see the final ship design and will look forward to buying it. Long live lego pirates!
  8. You do make a valid point as to selling the entire lot as one. It would take a long time to find a buyer since it would be quite a bit of money. Yeah, wouldn't really be interested in selling only a few. Thanks though. LegoKing
  9. Thanks for that recommendation. I know the values of the sets I have, not worried there. I believe to maximize profit, it would be to sell everything individually, but that is really time consuming.
  10. I've been collecting Lego since I was 3, so I have a strong passion for it. Not really doing it because I need money or space issues, but because it just sits there and lost my love for Lego. That really will make me think after you're story Andy. I have only a few 80's space sets and such, but those are quite valuable now a days. Thanks for that story though. This will be a tough choice. That is true, and you do make a valid point. This would be a large sum of money and I would say that there is someone out there to try and scam me. Thanks for that pointer.
  11. Thanks for the advice. That does make sense, only bad part about ebay is the 10 percent fees. Down side to selling individually is that it would be very time consuming.
  12. Thinking about selling my entire lego collection as one lot. Am starting to move on in life, as I still like discussing and talking about lego on Eurobricks, I don't see a need to have this many sets anymore. The majority of my collection are opened sets on display in my closet. All are 100 percent complete with a large percentage that have both boxes and instructions. There are only a few sets in which they are missing the instructions and/or original box. Quite a few sets are unopened and mint in their box. Have a lot of star wars sets. Roughly have several hundred loose minifigs ranging from any theme you can think of, a lot of star wars minifigs as well. This is my set list- http://brickset.com/search/?ownedBy=legocollector . As I am at college currently and cannot take any pictures until I get home in the fall. Where would be the best place to sell everything as one giant lot? Or if any of my fellow eurobrick members are interested. Thanks, LegoKing
  13. Reminiscing About 1990s Pirates

    Couldn't agree more, but this is going back a few years earlier. Black seas barracuda is a classic and favorite set of mine.