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One of the beloved classics from LEGO is the Pirates theme. It first saw its debut in 1989 and made waves through the mid-90s capturing the imagination of young ones all over the planet. These days, fans who grew up during the early days of LEGO’s early success pine for a return of the three golden classic themes: Space, Castle, and Pirates. LEGO is well aware of this and instead of an outright re-issue, the inspiration never died, but only revived and modernised to steal the hearts and minds of the newer generation today. One such example is the latest Ideas set, 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay . Now, I believe there’s a good chance the LEGO Creator Pirate Ship will be remembered decades later repeating the very same cycle of nostalgia, albeit in its own special and unique way. The LEGO Creator 3-in-1 31109 Pirate Ship has 1,264 pieces...LEGO Creator 31109 Pirate Ship 0 1024x846
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Here’s a teeny tiny LEGO rendition of Mustafar, lava-drenched mining planet, and the venue for The Big Jedi/Sith Showdown between Obi-Wan Kenobi and his errant apprentice Anakin Skywalker. This microscale Star Wars build by Tino Poutiainen is a cracker, packed full of clever parts usage and smart styling. Hammers and spanners make up many of the distinctive details of the mining facility, and a line of rollerskates adds some interesting textures to the structure’s upper surface. Best of all, a miniscule rendition of an AT-AT Imperial Walker which is the smallest-whilst-still-recognisable design I’ve yet seen. Lovely stuff. The post Where Anakin lost a game of The Floor Is Lava appeared first on The Brothers Brick . Original link Original author: Rod Mustafar mining facility
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The promotion for the LEGO City Beach Buggy (30369) polybag is now live on LEGO [email protected] . You can get it for free with purchases of $40 or more from now until May 31. It should be pretty easy to get if you’re going for the LEGO Monkie Kid sets which officially launched yesterday. The post LEGO City Beach Buggy (30369) Promotion Now Live on [email protected] appeared first on The Brick Fan . Original link Original author: Allen "Tormentalous" Tran

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At first glance, you’d think this was just a cool LEGO creation of a dinosaur playing a guitar. And you’d be right. But as Pistash could tell you, this is also a bit of retro history in the form of a late 80’s icon. Because this is no mere musical reptile. This is Denver, the Last Dinosaur . He starred in his own animated TV series back in 1989. Sadly, I never saw the show, but I can comment on this LEGO version. I have to admire the use of curved mudguards in the mouth, in a light-aqua color only seen in a LEGO Friends set from 2013. That same light-aqua fills in the face and the chest, contrasting nicely with the green of the main body. The organic curves of the arms are from arched and curved brick. I may not know who Denver is, but he still looks...Denver
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The Lego HeroQuest is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas . It is based on a popular board game from the 90s and it is a recreation of the original one within the 3,000 part limit. I’m not too familiar with the game but it does include a lot of minifigures to represent the characters. It now joins The Mountain Windmill and Community – Greendale Community College as the projects to reach the Second 2020 Review Stage. The post LEGO Ideas LEGO HeroQuest Achieves 10,000 Supporters appeared first on The Brick Fan . Original link Original author: Allen "Tormentalous" Tran

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