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You can piece together a 16x16 black plate in two layers, by making a base layer consisting of 3867 - Baseplate 16 x 16 (not available in black, but Dark Bluish Gray is a good option and given the minimal thickness it won't show) and then putting 4 of 41539 - Plate 8 x 8 in Black on top side-by-side.


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"Both Lego and MEGA Brands use injection-molded ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic to manufacture their elements." -by oddTodd Jun 15 '13 TL;DR: Mega Bloks are NOT ABS. Based on oddTodd's statement alone, I went to the local resale shop and bought a few Mega Bloks for a few cents. My intention was to use the Mega Bloks as a source of colored ...


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What to do for tiles? Have a collector rifle through their collection for hours and see how many of each piece they have! (Did that for you.) Here's the base you wanted: 10 1x1 wih studs, 20 without 200 studs (some say they're plates) 20 2x2, both kinds each, 30 circular, 10 circular without studs 16 1x2, 8 without studs, 8 grilles 4 3x1, both kinds each 8 ...


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I have flagged this question because it belongs on meta, (where we ask questions about the site itself), in fact it has already been answered there. I know you can't post there yet. But let me give you the answer you seek. Just press the little mountain icon on the top of your post toolbar, and your image options pop up.


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That piece is called a Triangel: http://brickset.com/parts/6010864 You can buy it from the Lego store (no direct link, but it is element id 6010864).


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I'm not sure about how to post pictures (sorry about that) but you can definitely post the serial number for the piece


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I fully agree with the previous answer, but would also like to note that there are a few pieces that can only be found in LEGO pick-a-brick as well.


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Here's all the sets this part was in: http://rebrickable.com/parts/3492c01/crane-bucket-complete-assembly-top+-jaws+-spring/14



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