But the set quality and design (at least of the siege, I've not been very impressed with the troll fort) makes up for the lack of baseplates.
RichardAM wrote:I don't like baseplates, and I think judging a castle's quality on this alone is pretty stooooppid.
I'd far rather have eight or ten standard dark green plates rather than a huge lump of plastic i'll never use.
RichardAM wrote:I'd far rather have eight or ten standard dark green plates rather than a huge lump of plastic i'll never use.
Heir of Black Falcon wrote:karalora,
I like baseplates as well but not to the exclusion of other foundation methods. I would like to see a few castles built in the 80's style in regards to baseplates but other aspects as well... size for one. I'd love some Black Falcon Fortress and Knights Castle sized ones.
Heir of BF
Lord Lego 436 wrote:I suppose that that's right, but the baseplate's can come in handy at times. It also makest the castle more fun to build. The latest castles feel like rebuilding the same wall over and over and over again.
The fact that the inside of the castle is left open and empty makes it rather boring, in my opinion.
Heir of Black Falcon wrote:Sure it will you just need to use the single 1x1 round plate or the rotating 2x2 plates.
Papy.G wrote:Heir of Black Falcon wrote:Sure it will you just need to use the single 1x1 round plate or the rotating 2x2 plates.
Sure, but TLC probably wouldn't in a "regular" set.
To lead everybody to peace between baseplates and not, TLC could build new castles over little baseplates, say 8x16, for example, so the structure could be hinged to fold-open and connect together.