Karalora wrote:I think LEGO could get mileage out of both an ancient Greece and a Roman Empire theme. The former could focus on mythology--heroes fighting monsters. Including actual gods and goddesses might be tricky, but they could probably get away with it if they didn't use the word "god" and substituted phrases like "King of the Underworld" or "Mistress of Wisdom." The Romans line could instead focus on the extent of the Empire and feature Romans interacting (peacefully or otherwise) with other ancient cultures--Egypt, the Celts, the Germanic barbarians, etc.
Brickninja wrote:This would be cool for me, for the foremost reason of that it would be a great way to get those epic Corinthian helmets.
Sir Erathor wrote:Brickninja wrote:This would be cool for me, for the foremost reason of that it would be a great way to get those epic Corinthian helmets.
You're obsessed with 'em! They would be great to have more of, though
Sir Erathor wrote:That's a very good idea, though I don't think they'd get away with the whole gods/goddesses thing.
The idea of heroes could mean we get some awesome new figures and monsters!
I was going to say maybe they could do a Percy Jackson license and mix Greek mythology with modern times (plus it would probably sell better with kids), but then I remembered that LEGO tends to focus on movie versions for visible recognition, and the Percy Jackson movies are awful.
Karalora wrote:I think younger kids could get into a mythology-based line. The monsters would probably be a draw all on their own. By playing fast and loose with the original stories to add more vehicles and contraptions, the appeal could be increased even more.
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 2 guests