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Decals for LEGO Pharaoh's Quest Flying Mummy
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I don't have any, but there are at least 67 of them available on Bricklink: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=7307stk01 (and no, not all sets have stickers)

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I bought a second hand pack of pieces and it looks like it may be a specific set
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A lot, but definitely not all, is likely from Race 3000.

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What set does this minifigure head come from?
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It's from Fairground Mixer (10244). Also, the rest can be had way cheaper than Pyjamas Emmet polybag in the form of Sleepyhead from Collectible Minifig series 6.

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Lego 7670 has two different box designs?
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Indeed it seems there are two different boxes for 7670 Hailfire Droid & Spider Droid, but it seems the box is the only difference, so if you just want the pieces ignore which box they're selling ...

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21104 NASA Mars Curiosity Rover?
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I don't recall an official statement, but one story I read said that they made a deal with the original designer to limit production to one run, but that seems almost apocryphal. As for buying the ...

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Unknown brick/piece information (curved, decorated slope)
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It would be a Slope, Curved 2 x 2 Lip, No Studs with Island Xtreme Stunts Logo and Flames Pattern.

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What's the purpose of the clutch gear in Power Functions set?
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When your function (such as an extending crane boom) gets to one limit or the other, this clutch gear ratchets instead of binding up the motor and all the gears in between. ETA: Forgot the second ...

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What lego set is this? Possibly a pirate ship?
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It's a ship alright.. a heavier than air airship: Wright Flyer. Quite a fun, if rickety. build.

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Minifigures creator?
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Minifig Generator might work for you. Or maybe the SigFig Creator. Flash based, but also fun: Mini-Mizer. Even better, suggested by rioforce: LEGO Universe Minifig Wizard I'm sure there are more......

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What exactly is this Lego train motor?
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It appears to be Electric, Train Motor 12V Modern.

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How quickly do new molds reach PAB on the Lego website?
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I suspect that is unanswerable except in very vague terms like "some time after the new molds get put into production" and "it will be a LONG time before the old ones go away completely".

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Name of trunk-like objects
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I think the piece you're referring to is Dinosaur Tail / Neck Middle Section with Pin.

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I have a 16x16 stud clear base plate. Where is it from?
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Any of these three sets (AKA: 6162-1 A World of LEGO Mosaic 4 in 1 6163-1 A World of LEGO Mosaic 9 in 1 852676 Travel Game - Multi Game Pack 9-in-1) Probably. Bricklink hint: just search for a size,...

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Can you identify this yellow crane?
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Looks like it is this Universal Set with Flex System. Looks like the instructions can be had fairly cheaply.

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LEGO plate with square holes?
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Those would be Waffle Bottoms, which seem to have been mostly phased out by 1969, except for the 4x8 plate that went until 1971. Having not read any deep history on old LEGO designs, I'm going with ...

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Opaque bricks with no center post?
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I'd wager it was mostly to save plastic. Many of the 1x family of bricks used to come with far fewer posts inside, like so: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=crssprt02 but notice they quit ...

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How to put LEGO together upside down
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While Windfire's suggestion is valid, there are several elements with opposing studs. Many of the parts listed on that link don't apply, but several do, including the first five. If you're not clone-...

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Please identify this broken LEGO Technic piece
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Sure looks like one of these: Technic, Steering Gear with 4 Ball Joints, Complete Assembly with Black Base It comes in a handful of sets

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DeathStar maintenance
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Which Death Star? Either way, I can't imagine trying to travel with either Death Star model that LEGO has produced. Removing dust can be done with a mini-vacuum or some sort of blower, like a hair ...

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How do I unlock the sunday surprise on the 2013 Star Wars Advent Calendar?
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By "the build instructions" you mean how to assemble the day one model? It's right there on the flap. I doubt there's anything more to be had.

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How many styles of element separators has LEGO produced?
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Bricklink lists two: OLD: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=6007 NEW: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=96874 There is one other 'separator', but it doesn't look like it's very ...

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Is there any way to buy specific duplo blocks from Lego (pick-a-brick style and/or in bulk)?
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Very short and simple: http://www.bricklink.com Shiny!! edit: Local group: TexLUG! There is texlug.org and a host of google groups (https://groups.google.com)

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How do you construct odd-angles on buildings
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Yeah you pretty much have the two choices you outlined... hinges or make it so big that the squareness of the bricks melts into nothingness at that resolution. OR... build your structure over tiles ...

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Can anyone identify this octagonal dish piece for me?
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I'm going with "This is not a LEGO piece", assuming completeness of this Brickset page: http://www.brickset.com/parts/browse/categories/?category=Plates,%20Special%20Circles%20And%20Angles which seems ...

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Identification of arm like beam
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The parts you are looking for are Technic Rotation Joint Disk with Pin Hole and 3L Liftarm Thick and Technic Rotation Joint Disk with Pin and 3L Liftarm Thick.

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Minifig with multiple arms?
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Yes, Doc Ock's arms have clips on the end that grab the same things as minifig hands. Mind you, the clutch power on the bit of the clip that goes into the other piece is often less than stellar. :/

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Which resolution is necessary to print bricks with a 3D printer?
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Depends on your tolerance. :) In the manufacture of LEGO bricks the machine tolerance is as small as 10 my (0.01 mm). Source: Company Profile. An introduction to the LEGO Group (2010) For me, ...

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Options for sorting old and new versions of colors
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Seems like you've answered your own question (for now) by saying that you don't think your collection is big enough to justify such sorting. On the other hand, one might suppose that your collection ...

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Is it legal to sell your mocs?
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Given operations like http://www.brickmania.com/ the answer is decidedly yes... as long as you follow certain rules. Among those rules are NEVER use the actual LEGO logo, and refer to the elements as ...

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LEGO brick competitors?
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LEGO-like, but not compatible? Nano Blocks. http://www.mynanoblock.com/site/

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