Any questions? I think I covered that quite well.
Devari wrote:ottoatm wrote:Any questions? I think I covered that quite well.
heh heh heh ~ Well done ~
>clap< >clap< >clap<
Thank you, thank you.
As for being good or evil I think it would be pretty hard to convince anyone that these guys could be good as their faces were created evil.
Farithdir wrote:In conclusion, is lego sending the wrong message to our children? That those who look good are good? That those who are bad are ugly? Also, that standing up to a repressive absolutist regime of thugs and warriors which prohibits free speech and uses fear to perpetuate the econnomic and social differences in our society, is the WRONG thing to do? Tsk, Tsk, lego.
ottoatm wrote:Hmm... I think that it's OK to show the good guys and handsome and the bad guys as ugly, despite the fact that it isn't always true.
Simply because it isn't always true, doesn't mean that it didn't happen, and when you're a kid, you want your pirates (for example) to be patched, ugly villains fighting the gallant soldier, and you should be able to do that.
I like the bulls as villains highway pirates, raiding the gallant Lions and attacking the castle... so for me they are evil, and I'm glad LEGO made them that way. :)
It's not LEGO's job to send the right message to children, it's the parent's job. ;)
But having them as a Steppe dwelling faction is cool too, and a rough-looking but good faction is neat too... I can see that.
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