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comment Information on the new death star
Caleb, no, The Force Awakens. Sorry if that wasn't clear.
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answered Information on the new death star
Apr
29
revised How do I repair loose arm joints?
added 2 characters in body
Apr
29
answered Purchase of large blocks in South Africa
Apr
26
answered How do I get Batman out of DC Comics Super Heroes Character Encyclopaedia without damaging the book?
Apr
2
comment How come themes like Bionicle can afford so many new parts?
BIONICLE is a different (although still compatible) building system than standard LEGO. It has its own system of parts, just like LEGO TECHNIC (interestingly BIONICLE was originally a spin-off of TECHNIC). BIONICLE elements do creep over to standards sets as well. For example large figures in Star Wars, Chima, Super Heroes, etc. use the BIONICLE/Hero Factory building style, also referred to as Constraction (Construction + Action) figures. Hero Factory only had about 150 unique parts. Generation 2 BIONICLE added another 20. Really not that much. Variation is added by different colors and print.
Apr
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comment How come themes like Bionicle can afford so many new parts?
The old BIONICLE line was notorious of introducing too many new parts, but they were from the years LEGO almost went bankrupt. The new BIONICLE line is actually quite economical as far as new parts. Would you give an example of a Generation 2 BIONICLE set that "introduce sometimes over a dozen new parts in just one set"?
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Mar
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comment Best adhesive to fix a model for long term display?
Yes, it is fine for most models. LEGO has good clutch-power already, so it only needs a little help from glue. If the model is very fragile though, and there is not much holding it together (for example something like a snowflake model), you may need to use superglue. However superglue will damage LEGO and you won't be able to ever separate the pieces again. It is best to just make the model stronger instead of gluing it. Glue is a real no-no in the eyes of most LEGO fans. LEGO ornaments I have seen are pretty compact and strong on their own. Those are the best kind. :)
Mar
30
answered Best adhesive to fix a model for long term display?
Mar
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answered What is the biggest base plate available?
Feb
29
revised What are the best sources of information for upcoming lego sets?
added 340 characters in body
Feb
29
answered What are the best sources of information for upcoming lego sets?
Feb
16
comment What are some creative uses of the orange brick seperator tool?
Oh, wow! How did I miss that one! So much orange goodness! Faved! I will also keep an eye out for that Separatosaurus. :D
Feb
15
answered What are some creative uses of the orange brick seperator tool?
Feb
15
comment Where does the left hobo's head come from at 0:18
Yes, that works. My answer is below.
Feb
15
answered Where does the left hobo's head come from at 0:18
Feb
14
comment Where does the left hobo's head come from at 0:18
It says the video doesn't exist, so it's not possible to see the minifigs you are referring to.
Jan
22
answered Is there a web resource available to browse LEGO Minifig head designs?
Jan
14
answered Lego Cleaning/Sterilisation