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.