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Curious as to what you can do with the elements in a particular set? Want to know what's in a range of sets? What changes have happened with different versions of a set? Please include the [Identification] tag for questions about unknown sets.

Sets, or kits, are the most common way to buy your bricks. A single set is typically designed to build a specific model (or one of few models) based on supplied instructions. Depending on price, sets may contain as few as a dozen bricks, or thousands.

Set identification is the main purpose of LEGO Groups product numbering, although non-set products also receive numbers.

Sets are organized into themes, e.g. Blacktron, City, Star Wars, or Knights' Kingdoms.

Please include the for questions about unknown elements.

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