Ye Olde Angry Canadian Lego Nerd wrote:
Forestboy wrote:Ok, like I said earlier, there is a way to see when your set was made, and my Knight's Showdown read "Marso" which I think is Spanish for March. So that means mine was one that was from before the identification. Now, I'm not sure if this process is 100% correct, but I'm pretty sure it is.
I'll post how to do it sometime.
Maybe you should hold off on that because:
Your so-called 'method' requires a person to open the package prior to making their purchase
. If pink knights are then suspected, said open package will be left on the store shelf to possibly be shoplifted from. Nobody here would encourage that now, would we?
Also consider that if a store employee catches you opening a package there is a great chance you will be charged with shoplifting yourself. Are white knights worth that?
Dude, you're making no sense whatsoever. It is being assumed that you buy all your sets, merch., food, etc. What gave you any indication that I was shop lifting!?
If you didn't know, I was referencing how the pink issue was identified in March and how my box was made in March by using this technique where you open the opposite side of the box. All I was saying was, that my pink knight was the one prior to the identification in March
. So that means my pink knight was one that was not identified by TLG, but still made in March. I found out this technique while going through my Christmas presents' boxes. I was just throwing in a little input about the whole thing...
Sorry for any confusion...
I can scan my receipts if you want me to...
nanuck95 wrote:I did send an email to Lego customer service as well explaining the issue with my pink guy from Knight's Showdown and received an email in response saying they were sending me a replacement part. For what it's worth, if you're really unhappy with your pink guys, send them an email, seems like they're willing to replace the parts.
Maybe I will send them an email. Thanks for letting us know Nanuck.