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Discussion and planning of large-scale Castle Themed displays and events

Postby The Blue Knight » Sat Dec 23, 2006 6:14 am

JoshWedin wrote:
General Frostfire wrote:but if i wanna go to the whole convention... do i have to have a ton of legos??? (because) right now my collection is pitifully small....or can i do the convention and just learn etc???


No, you don't need a ton of Lego. In fact, you don't have to bring anything and you definitely will learn new things. I learned a lot at NWBC and am sure that will happen again at BF PDX. I'm sure you won't be the only one who doesn't bring a ton of stuff.

Josh


Nonsense! You must bring LEGO to be sacrifed to the coordinators! :wink:
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Postby JoshWedin » Sat Dec 23, 2006 2:18 pm

The Blue Knight wrote:Nonsense! You must bring LEGO to be sacrifed to the coordinators! :wink:


Aren't bonfires illegal inside the city limits? Wouldn't burning ABS be a major pollutant? ;)

Back on topic, I'm getting really excited about this. Can't wait!

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Postby plums_deify » Sat Dec 23, 2006 4:33 pm

It's tenatively looking like I can make it, for at least Saturday and Sunday. Tenatively. (Plans for Vegas the next weekend, though, take priority. ;))

At this point, the Church is still on schedule to go. It's getting an extreme makeover (totally and utterly rebuilt) so hopefully it will rock. There will be an interior this time.

To the coordinators: Are we using the same layout program? When do you want our layout basics to facilitate this? We are doing the same standard as NWBC, correct?
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Postby BreadMan » Sun Dec 24, 2006 8:10 pm

I seem to remember we were discussing at the end of NWBC the idea of doing a big humans vs undead battle. I motion that we wait until NWBC '07 to do this now that we've seen the new sets for '07, since I imagine they will contribute a great ammount but probably won't be out til summer.
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Postby The Blue Knight » Tue Dec 26, 2006 6:46 am

JoshWedin wrote:
The Blue Knight wrote:Nonsense! You must bring LEGO to be sacrifed to the coordinators! :wink:


Aren't bonfires illegal inside the city limits? Wouldn't burning ABS be a major pollutant? ;)

Back on topic, I'm getting really excited about this. Can't wait!

Josh


The sacrifice would entail throwing the LEGO into a body of water. In the absence of said water, I kindly offer up the cargo area of my Subaru. And I live far outside of the city, no burning pyle issues :wink:

I think Bread is right, we should wait until NWBC 07 for the undead army. Bread-talk with Tom and Frank about co-ordination.

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