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comment Why are Lego products so expensive in Europe?
That is correct. In addition consider the market; LEGO's number one and largest marketplace is the USA. They can afford to keep their prices low because they sell huge volumes. Also there is competition; LEGO is considered an expensive toy here as well, compared to other brands. If they would go any higher they would loose their customers.
Aug
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answered How can I remove permanent marker from a LEGO brick?
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comment What's the best way to glue/adhese the street baseplates to a plywood table?
I have used velcro on baseplates and it wasn't lumpy or uneven. Velcro comes in different shapes, sizes and thickness. There are some that are very thin but still have enough grip. If you add enough it is fine. I used the small dot kind that is very thin on 32x32 baseplates; at the corners, few on the sides sides and few in the middle. If you do full strips of the thicker Velcro on all sides and a larger piece in the middle it should even be more stable and should still be fine (not lumpy). If you're interested I would suggest to check with your local craft/hobby store and see their selection.
Aug
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answered What's the best way to glue/adhese the street baseplates to a plywood table?
Aug
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answered 21104 NASA Mars Curiosity Rover?
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comment MOC planning and design
Also, I might suggest that you may want to make that furniture modular. In otherwords, instead of making one large table, make i.e. 4 smaller ones that can be configured in different ways. This way you can always expand our layout, or make it smaller, or configure it differenently, depending on your needs.
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comment MOC planning and design
Since your project is going to be very large, I would suggest that you work with contstruction paper. You can draw out the outlines of the castles and other various buildings, and you can also plan out the baseplates. This should help you build the furniture that will hold it all.
Aug
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comment MOC planning and design
Here is a link to an article I wrote some time back about building a Medieval Village, including landscaping. You might find it helpful: thebrickblogger.com/2012/08/…
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comment MOC planning and design
As far as your question in regards to each of those sets, you should be able to figure out the size by looking at the picture of each set and counting the studs of the foundation.
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comment MOC planning and design
I looked at your updates to the question. Yes, that is going to be a challenge because unless you virtually build all those sets it is going to be hard to work around them in LDD. May I ask why you want to create this project virtually? Usually for very large projects like this people just build them in real life. Landscaping is not that difficult to tie buildings together; some grass, some trees, a river, a couple of roads... you don't really need LDD for any of that.
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comment Is there a way to buy LEGO houses without minifigs?
Please note that LEGO Answers is not affiliated with The LEGO Group. I have edited the question to reflect that.
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