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Apr
23
comment Old Lego movies
@Joubarc Can be. I remember there was also something like morphing plane.
Apr
23
comment Why are there “unique” characters in many sets?
@Joubarc You need to have (at least) two of them. If you'd had one, it couldn't "rule THEM all" :) But it can be a spare part
Apr
23
comment Why are there “unique” characters in many sets?
Well, the marketing point of view is now clear. But somewhat it is not good for me. If I bought the guy you put on the 1st picture, it's ok, there can be two, if I get another one. But if I have two Darth Vaders one is completely useless. I'd like eg. a clone trooper instead, that's always not enough of them. My policy (I have no marketing experience -- that's why I ask) would be to put main characters in small sets and minor in the larger ones. Poor children would buy smaller, while rich -- smaller and larger. Thanks for the answer.
Apr
23
asked Old Lego movies
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Apr
23
comment Is it legal to sell your mocs?
Are you sure it is not legal to say "it's made of Lego(r) bricks"? If I make a table, I can (I think) say it's made of wood, or that building is made of SuperConcrete Ltd.'s concrete and so on.
Apr
23
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23
asked Why are there “unique” characters in many sets?
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