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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby quaraga » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:49 am

I was one of the rare few who actually followed the story carefully(now that I look back on it it was really stupid) but in the story I liked Rascus the most. Santis was a jerk(also his helmet always falls off of the minifig) jayko was really rash and Danju prety much walced right into vladeks clutches. but based on minifig Jayko sucks, Danju is purple which I am biased against rascus with print body would be great if the head were rarer and santis' helmet was too loose
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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby bsmith13 » Wed Dec 30, 2009 4:43 pm

I don't know if this has been discussed before, being new here, but if Lego where to cast the helmets of the jelly bean knights in metallic or gray colors, which one would be your favorite? I like Danju's helmet the best.
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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby Mörs » Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:56 pm

It's like asking who's your favourite Power Ranger...

All of them suck!
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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby ottoatm » Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:38 pm

I guess I would go with the purple dude... wisdom and all... usually wars are won with brains in the end.

But in terms of pieces and torsos? The Green one... perfect warrior/knight for the forestmen~
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Postby Robin Hood » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:21 am

Mörs wrote:It's like asking who's your favourite Power Ranger...

All of them suck!

Thats taking it a bit far, don't you think?

Sure KK2 was the worst castle line Lego ever made, but still, lets not throw it completely out of hand. I for one am not at all opposed to Rascus' visor mold. Jakyo's and Danju's aren't too bad too. Granted, they are fairly useless in the colours avaliable, but if they were made in proper grey, or black, they wouldn't look too bad.

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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby Count Blacktron » Sat Jan 02, 2010 1:42 am

I enjoy the difference in the colorful heroes from that line, but I don't think they were any more useless than all the Jar Jar Binks or R2-D2 minifigures out there, and there have been plenty of amazing creations using what others assume to be useless pieces. Imagine + Create = Imaginate!
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Re: Jelly Bean Knight

Postby Baned » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:58 am

As characters, I didn't like any of them that much. But as pieces, I liked them. I used Lego figs for miniatures in D&D games for awhile. The red and blue armor worked well for when a couple characters got Fire and Ice resistant armors. One of them also had a flaming sword, so this theme gave me a red sword that worked great too! The green knight's armor with the yellow stripes, not the monkey heraldry, made it on a Forestman in an old MOC I made ages ago, too.
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