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Questions based on sets from our Annual Support Package from The LEGO Group
the official command app from LEGO Mindstorms for Android and iOS. It allows you to remotely control the EV3 Brick via Bluetooth, and includes pre-built controllers for the included…
LEGO User Group bulk purchase.
The figures most commonly seen in the LEGO Games theme. They are smaller than a minifig, but larger than the trophy fig.
A form of intellectual property. It consists of a set of exclusive rights granted by a sovereign state to an inventor or their assignee for a limited period of time in exchange for the public disclosu…
the plotting, by a computer application, of the shortest route between two points.
Questions regarding building techniques and practices of LEGO stop-motion animation.
challenges that involve building a LEGO set within its original sealed packaging.
For question regarding the the different ways pieces can be connected to each other.
a building technique to offset bricks from the normal grid.
the name of the very first theme of LEGO toys to be created. The first toy was made in 1932, and exclusive to the shop owned by the LEGO Creator. It was created by Ole Kirk Christiansen…
refers to robotic-styled action figure LEGO toy line which replaced the similar Bionicle theme. Tag can refer to the toys or the play setting, including related characters and cartoon videos.
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The Lord of The Rings
the process of arranging related objects in parallel or 90 degree angles as a method of organization
a Lego theme released in 2013, set in a fantasy land called "Chima" where various animal tribes are at war with one another, battling to collect a magic substance called "CHI".