E of Alshire wrote:Architect, is that baseplate light green or normal green?
architect wrote:E of Alshire wrote:Architect, is that baseplate light green or normal green?
The one I saw was normal green. These images seem to be a bit bright. Now I haven't seen a boxed copy yet, but it should be normal green.
Eh? This is pre.. or post Morcian?
Peppermint Pig wrote:This is one set I would wait for a 'buy 1 get one half off' type of sale... I would peg a set like this at 60 or 70 perhaps, but not 100.
Lego, it doesn't matter how fast you turn out a new season of sets to save money if you're pricing like this: If you are catering to new Lego buyers, prices like this are antipathic.
I didn't think twice of your comment and wasn't into details on the instruction the other day. Then something caught my eyes... the smity is on blank torso also... then for some weird reason unlike traditional type of LEGO instruction there are no figs lining up on the start of the instruction.wunztwice wrote: And is it me or does the wizard only have a plain torso? hmmph
Fry_slayer wrote:People, be prepare to embrace the Age of Stickers
architect wrote:When produced in large quantities it makes sense to print shields, armor, and flags. For a on time SAH set it does not.
Fry_slayer wrote:architect wrote:When produced in large quantities it makes sense to print shields, armor, and flags. For a on time SAH set it does not.
A pleasurable explaination but i am afraid this will not do, what about the pit crews of sets like 8375? Were they S@H exclusive?
My view of it is more like the higher decision makers at TLC are "testing the water" to see how much can their fans and customers alike can tolerate a certain missing in quality/expectation or they are in some survival mode, i wont know for sure. I sincerely hope this sort of issue is a temparory phase due to technical / financial pressure. Can you imagine a day when most LEGO figs come in sticker torsos while Megabloks ones are printed?
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