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Eigthy-two jerks.

Posted by dotcom , Jun 03 2016 · 528 views

So recently for no real reason I can identify I started thinking about the old unfinished Chima minifigure collection that is unfinished, because, I never finished it. Guess I got too into KR by the time the 2015 spring wave came around. Anyway I started thinking "hey maybe i should finish that" so I made a few orders here and there. Just got the latest package, with Mungus (and a second Bulkar) so I finally have all the characters.

All 82 of these jerks.

(technically it is only 81 but I like to pretend Panthar exists so)


They're pretty cool. At least the ones not named Breezor anyway.

'Course if I wanted an actual complete collection I'd still be about...17ish variants short. But I mean. Nah. I do want the non-zombified Sir Fangar and Dimensions version of Eris, but that's about it.

Started getting these little furry dudes back when LoC started in 2013. I had a lot of hope for the theme before it started, but of course unfortunately most of its media ended up being not very worthwhile (though I do think the last season of the show and the videogame were pretty fun) but I always did and still do love the minifigures. They're really great. And now I have all of them. Woo.

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Have you gotten the storybooks by Greg Farshtey? I didn't really end up digging the TV show from the first three episodes but I love the storybooks. They have sort of an "Aesop's Fables" quality that does a nice job keeping the series lighthearted while also keeping it reasonably self-aware.
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