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Re: The End of Nexo Knights

PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:54 pm
by Lil_Curt
I would have to do some digging. But I know that they haven't been active for a couple years now.

Re: The End of Nexo Knights

PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2018 6:49 am
by Lobberuno
Hello, is a long time!

For some reason I'm happy that TLC focused the Castle line to the younger and potential consumers, as they added many features that we AFOLs couldn't have the time to play or try it.

By other side, during these Nexo times, I pushed over into getting vintage sets, minifigures and parts, and now I'm very close to finish my super wish list (just by 3-4 sets and minifigs.

I'm crossing fingers so the next castle wave (if any would be released yet) be a both playable and collectible one. I'm agree that probably these sets could have any feature to load your minifigures for a raid battle in a MMORPG or in dedicated game system, but I hope TLC never ever forgets its essence: Leg godt.




Not trying to going off-topic but having this year the 40th anniversary of the Lego Castle line, the end of the Nexo Knights would be a nice reason for TLG to launch a new castle wave (crossing fingers).

It would be too bad if the Lego Castle anniversary just passes as the wind nowhere. Otherwise, and supposing the worst scenario, the end of the Nexo Knights sadly could mark the end of the castle line and we will be just limited to grab elements from licensed or alternative lines.

I think something like I said before happened to the Pirates line, and TLG from time to time releases some minor waves and full licensed lines.

Re: The End of Nexo Knights

PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2018 3:14 am
by CDR Hood
I am just now getting interested in The Nexo Knights. The reused falcon heraldry was kind of interesting. The Nexo Knights magazine seemed to be going strong in Europe still this fall.