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  • Birthday 12/16/1990

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  1. So I guess 13€ in total not per day, right? Then I will take it too!
  2. Same for me, if only bed linen is an option I will bring my own towel too.
  3. Sounds good! I would join you
  4. Yes indeed, a common room would be very good and especially beacuse in Billund we are always a lot of people! Btw: Did you ask for that room? It could indeed be an option. Also because I remember last year we could not get the nice room in the Legoland Village main building anymore and had to stay at the "open for everyone" common room...
  5. Oh that is indeed very sad news. A lot of fun stuff but since I already saw all of it I guess I will save the 267€ And since I will also save a lot of money in not buying sets in Billund, I could sponsor some old Sets for a price pool
  6. Skalldyr

    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I wonder what the name will be. Birch Books would be confusing with Brick Bank (BB)
  7. That's tough dates just between two german holidays but I will make it work somehow! Count me in
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    TLG acquires Bricklink

    Wow, that is heavy news! Even if I never bought a single part via Bricklink. I can simply not immagine that this can have a great outcome in the future. Of course there would be a lot of great new opportunities that I could imagine out of this new ownership. Buuuut I can also think about far too many not so nice things happening which would not make it worth it. But also, I mean I can totally understand why they see the need to get better connection with Afols. Right now there is a bigger and bigger growing pool of other, mostly Asian, Lego-like manufacturers. And what they do is simple but effective: They produce the stuff that Afols want. Sets that have 6.000+ or whatever pieces and look like Mocs. They are often beautiful, even tho the quality seems to be rather not so up to Lego standards. Buuut people buy them because they love the looks of these and because they are often the stuff that Lego does not produce. And even tho a lot of these are stolen designs and shit quality. People rather buy 10 of these then 1 Legoset. Because the prices allow to do so. Sooo to keep up with the wishes of more and more Afols that love beautiful Sets rather then stuff like a Hoth UCS or whatever, they see the need to get into the core of the Afol community and with Bricklink they probably see a way of making it possible to even sell Afols Mocs without loosing out on profits and competing with the Asian Manufacturers. Still I see a lot of downsides (some of them allready posted by other people above) and I now can only hope, that somehow non of these will become reality...
  9. Hahaha we have proven that indeed! I think no one was ever that fast. Next time we should sat a timer for an all time record keeping It was awesome and I miss you all too
  10. I think you should also add the too pictures with the black background that Holodoc has in its Brickshelf folder
  11. Great pictures Holodoc! It was so much fun with you all and I am already looking forward to the next years event Here are the pictures I took: Indeed we are in Bavaria Animals with crazy hair! Legoland Is someone able to read LEGO? Some are pumping... ...some are filming... ...and some are searching for more LEGO? 16 hours for that tower??? It was a looong day! Confused in Munich
  12. Done! I only posted the general pics and not the individual ones. I would say it would be nice if everyone can post their own little presentation in the new topic. That way we can also have a little information - that most of us already had prepared anyway (the ones without could just write a few words) - and not only the pictures. Btw: Great pictures Holodoc! I love the escalator one (Should we not do a picture topic in the Event forum rather then posting them here? Then we can all post our pictures there and it is all nice in one place?)
  13. This years Building Contest for the 15th Eurobricks-Event in Günzburg was: Build your own town in style of the LEGO Architecture Skyline Series. The idea behind it was to learn even more about each other. The rules were easy and as following: Use LEGO to build a skyline in style of the LEGO Architecture Skylines. Use some nice buildings or interesting sight seeing spots of the town you live in. (If it would be suuuper small and there is a bigger town near by I guess it would be fine to use that town. But e.g. don't build the skyline of Copenhagen if you would live in Billund) Keep it in roughly the same size as the models form LEGO. A nice paper print out with some informations about the skyline would be nice too. Have fun! Here are all the amazing Skylines together in one Picture and some impressions of the presentation Special thanks to CopMike for supplying us all with beautiful printed 1x8 tiles with the city names. And now here we go for all the individual entries: Ravensburg, Germany "The City of Games" (by Skalldyr) for more detailed pictures and some behind the scenes building techniques just click here!
  14. I will do this now then. Best I do it in the Special Lego Sub Forum, right?