History Franchise / Lego

10th Nov '17 2:24:01 PM Prinzenick
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* OffModel: Lego doesn't always get things right in adaptations, even when accounting for the limits of bricks and minifigs. For example, the "Podracer Bucket" set has a buildable figure of alien racer Aldar Beedo that looks absolutely ''nothing'' like he did in ''The Phantom Menace''.
8th Nov '17 6:23:39 PM Prinzenick
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* ArtEvolution: While they always rely on the tried and true bricks, later sets have gotten more creative and sophisticated and sometimes use more specilaized bricks to allow details and form more sleek than what regular bricks allow. A comparison of the numerous ''Slave 1'' Lego sets really highlight the difference between the older, more basic Lego sets and the more accurate, detail heavy ones on the market today.

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* ArtEvolution: While they always rely on the tried and true bricks, later sets have gotten more creative and sophisticated and sometimes use more specilaized bricks to allow details and form more sleek than what regular bricks allow. [[https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8688/16888341335_aa46b6224e_b.jpg A comparison comparison]] of the numerous ''Slave 1'' Lego sets really highlight the difference between the older, more basic and blocky looking Lego sets and the more series accurate, detail heavy ones on the market today.
8th Nov '17 6:20:32 PM Prinzenick
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* ArtEvolution: While they always rely on the tried and true bricks, later sets have gotten more creative and sophisticated and sometimes use more specilaized bricks to allow details and form more sleek than what regular bricks allow. A comparison of the numerous ''Slave 1'' Lego sets really highlight the difference between the older, more basic Lego sets and the more accurate, detail heavy ones on the market today.
7th Nov '17 8:56:29 PM Prinzenick
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* OffModel: Lego doesn't always get the accuracy of their sets right when adapting a licensed property. Their AT-ST sets after the first one are particularly bad in this regard.
30th Oct '17 6:34:57 AM cynicalcylon
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->''"Only but the best is good enough."''

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->''"Only but the best is good enough."''
30th Oct '17 6:34:47 AM cynicalcylon
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->''"Just imagine."''
-->-- '''The LEGO Group's motto''' in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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->''"Just imagine.->''"Only but the best is good enough."''
-->-- '''The LEGO Group's motto''' in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
original motto''', created by company founder Ole Kirk Christiansen.
21st Oct '17 12:26:11 PM Saber15
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* HumongousMecha: ''Exo-Force'' was a line of anime-inspired mechs with [[AnimeHair very anime-inspired]] pilots featuring heavy-duty clicky joints allowing them to be posed like an action figure.

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* HumongousMecha: ''Exo-Force'' was a line of anime-inspired mechs mechas with [[AnimeHair very much anime-inspired]] pilots featuring pilots. The mechas introduced heavy-duty clicky joints two degree of freedom joints, allowing them to be posed like an action figure.figure. A few other mechs have shown up in other LEGO lines before and since ''Exo-Force'', but not as the main focus.
21st Oct '17 12:24:07 PM Saber15
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* HumongousMecha: ''Exo-Force'' was a line of anime-inspired mechs with [[AnimeHair very anime-inspired]] pilots featuring heavy-duty clicky joints allowing them to be posed like an action figure.
18th Oct '17 10:14:21 PM jormis29
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* ''VideoGame/LEGOBattles''
7th Oct '17 5:07:36 PM Prinzenick
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** Minifigs weren't introduced until 1975, and the earliest ones prior to 1978 had no faces, arms or movable legs.
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