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For questions about the interactive LEGO Super Mario sets.
A more advanced form of LEGO®, allowing for the creation of more realistic working parts.
Not sure what a MOC is? Wondering if you're an AFOL? If someone's mentioned a term and you don't know what it means, ask away!
The Lego Movie is an animated adventure comedy film released in 2014.
Questions about sets in a specific theme.
Separating bricks? Cleaning parts? What should you use to do this without damaging your elements. This can also cover software tools used for cataloguing or designing.
Questions about various tracks and track systems built from dedicated LEGO elements or individual bricks.
Making a profit out of LEGO.
A popular choice among AFOLs for building their own creations, Trains are now a sub-theme of LEGO City.
Questions regarding the monetary value of LEGO sets/pieces/products.
Questions related to cars, trucks, planes, ships, motorcycles, and other forms of transport.
Questions regarding gameplay of LEGO Video Games should be asked on the gaming Stack Exchange site (Arqade)
Used for old vintage LEGO sets and pieces.
Questions about LEGO bricks and models interacting with water. For floating, submerging, containing, using as a medium or other applications.
An introductory Lego robotics system
Questions regarding the weight of a LEGO brick, set, or instruction booklet.
Circular objects that revolve around axles. This tag typically refers to the wheels used for vehicles.
Wi-fi is a facility allowing computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly within a particular area.
Wooden Toys is 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…