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PostPosted: Sun Aug 23, 2009 12:18 am 
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I only have a few random Lego sets, but my biggest one (Lego Indiana Jones Well of the Souls (where the Ark was found)) fell apart as I was lifting it off my desk. I lost the instruction booklet, so it'll probably never get put back together. I also have the Knights jousting arena and a few others. My buddy and I also use Lego people in the stop motion videos we make with Transformers. The Lego people are usually trying to kill the Transformers.


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lol!! ha thts kl, but on tht indiana thing just go 2 lego.com and look around and then download the instructions 4 it ive had 2 do it quite a few times its always worked 4 me 8) 8)


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Ah. Thanks. I was beginning to think it'd never see the light outside of it's box again.


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Lego.com has a ton of instructions for most current models.

I use this site for all others - http://www.hccamsterdam.nl/brickfactory/


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thts true 2 sideways i 4got bout tht site 8)


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Also, www.peeron.com has instruction scans, set inventories, and everything else you could want.

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awsome, thanks tt :D :)


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 11:09 pm 
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I used to have the large SLAVE I and Boba Fett lego set

I put it together by the blue prints on the LEGO sites / brickyard.

Then I got an offer to good not to sell.

I still have a huge vintage castle. I've had offer just short of $100 - but I like it so much.
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I have a bunch of little sets too.

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Got a few mini-figs of Harry Potter; Star Wars Padme and mechanic droid; astronauts - all are for trade or sale.
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we've got soooo many legos here its crazy o.O
it would take too long to try and figure out from how many different lines, so if its ok, i'm just gonna post some of the creations that my kiddos and i have come up with..

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back in 09 my kiddos challenged me to build a lego version of Doctor Who's TARDIS..
so..*taDa*

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K9 and company B-) :yay exterminate

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and so the kiddos decided to make their own version of the time war

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The Last Autobot wrote:
I only have a few random Lego sets, but my biggest one (Lego Indiana Jones Well of the Souls (where the Ark was found)) fell apart as I was lifting it off my desk. I lost the instruction booklet, so it'll probably never get put back together. I also have the Knights jousting arena and a few others. My buddy and I also use Lego people in the stop motion videos we make with Transformers. The Lego people are usually trying to kill the Transformers.


Lego minifigs can be almost completely disassembled and reassembled without damage except the heads, the black stuff on the neck that keeps head and neck together wears away eventually.

If you've never used minifigs in dismemberment/battle scenes you're missing out. There are some great stop motion lego scenes that use it as a feature. Accidents can happen so I'd recommend only disassembling spare or expendable minifigs and don't try it with kre-o kreons, different construction. They don't pull apart or rebuild without some plastic warping and irreparable damage.

Knights jousting arena is a cool set if it's the one I'm thinking of.


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