Mike Viper wrote:It's really sad now though, how kids are so much more action-oriented, that they loathe paying attention to little details. Lego's realized this. So now they make crappy castles, but put an action storyline behind it, and kids go for it. They dropped multiple factions cause kids are now uncabable of imagination in which armies do what.
pacman110011 wrote:I found this at LEGO.com- http://shop.lego.com/leaf.asp?cn=146&d=18&t=7 . Did they here our cries for trees, or is there another explanation? All that matters is that there they are though I guess.
kelderic wrote:The Lego store in Orlando, Florida has flowers for sale. It is one of the parts you can chose for the Pick-A-Brick thing. I think they might have pine trees too, but of that I am not sure.
Hewkiril wrote:There's still Bricklink, right? And if plants are all but gone from sets now, that's where I should be.
TheOrk wrote:...True, but the line seems to be improving.
Maybe we'll see some plants next year. ...
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