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Black Six

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Year 19
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  • Birthday 08/05/1987

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    Maryland, USA
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    Lego and Bionicle, obviously.
    Authors: Tolkien, Douglas Adams, PKD, & Asimov
    Video Games: Bungie, Blizzard, Bioware, and Harmonix games, Plants vs Zombies
    Computers: Macs, specifically my PowerMac G5 and MacBook Pro
    TV/Movies: Farscape, Stargate, Doctor Who, How I Met Your Mother, Burn Notice, Monty Python, The Matrix, Star Wars, Star Trek
    Music: Harry Chapin, Billy Joel, The Beatles, The Eagles, The Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen, Trocadero, other classic rock, classical, soundtracks (Halo, Star Wars, Star Trek, etc)

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  1. Whatever meets your requirements of completion is good enough for me. I definitely understand how it's hard to determine when you're done in a sandbox game like Worlds. I did not do anything special to get to that gig, it just showed up again, unfortunately. There might be some way of getting the gigs to show up, but I haven't looked into it at all.
  2. I don't expect anyone to stick around for the whole thing, that would be almost as insane as me playing games the whole time! I hope to be able to upload the entire stream afterwards, either as one big video or in parts. That assumes that I have no technical difficulties for the whole time though, so we shall see. I feel like I didn't enjoy LEGO Worlds very much, and am not sure what I would do in that for any amount of time. I recall getting pretty bored pretty fast.
  3. Yeah, makes you wonder what the mechanic is behind the scenes that's determining when I get those gigs. It was crazy how many there were! Hopefully I get another chance to do them just not all at once.
  4. Fair point, we should probably update that. I have grand designs to fix it, but real life and pandemics have been keeping that from happening.
  5. Yeah, we seemed like we were off to a good start the first week with two Rock Power Challenges, but it's definitely slowed down since then. Despite having played the game before, I honestly don't remember what triggers the challenges - I assumed it was based on reaching a certain number of fans/studs, so if that's the case, doing the bonus gigs that pop up is a good idea. If it's based on something else then perhaps I should focus my energies elsewhere to speed up progress.
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    Launch a Lightsaber attack with buildable and highly posable Rey. With textile detailing, chest and arm decoration, blue Lightsaber, blaster pistol and a wheel-activated arm-swinging battle function, any young would-be Jedi will love to act out Lightsaber battles with this LEGO® Star Wars figure. Buildable and highly posable Rey figure features textile detailing, chest and arm decoration, new-for-September-2017 head design, blue Lightsaber, blaster pistol and wheel-activated arm-swinging battle function. Move the limbs into any battle pose. Features a sturdy and durable design for intense action play. Blaster pistol does not fire. Play out epic adventures from the blockbuster Star Wars: Episode VIII movie. Stands over 9” (24cm) high. Prize donated by LEGO.
  7. Yes, this and Bionicle Heroes were the only LEGO games I had completed before I ever started streaming, so don't worry about spoilers!
  8. @TheZOMBIEJ I think you need to calm down a lot. There is no swearing on BZPower, and while you technically did not swear, your language and tone was not necessary. You're allowed to not like something, but you need to be more constructive, or maybe just don't say anything at all.
  9. I would personally recommend removing all of the LEGO elements before washing. The spinning of the washing machine would act kind of like a rock tumbler and dull the edges of the pieces and scuff up their smooth surfaces.
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    Bolster your LEGO® Star Wars collection with this highly posable Darth Maul buildable figure. This super agile character from the Star Wars universe features a highly detailed head, textile tunic and a double-bladed Lightsaber with wheel-operated arm-swinging battle function. Would-be Sith Lords will jump at the chance of entering battle with this amazing character! Highly posable Darth Maul buildable figure features amazing head detailing, textile tunic, double-bladed Lightsaber and wheel-operated arm-swinging battle function. Pull off amazing moves with the arm-swinging battle function. Move the limbs into any battle pose. Sturdy and durable design for intense action play. Play out exciting adventures from the Star Wars universe. This buildable figure is suitable for ages 8-14. Stands over 10” (26cm) tall. Prize donated by LEGO.
  11. There were definitely a lot of issues earlier in the week, but we have hopefully cleared most of them up except for the occasional slowdown. We're still hoping to make things better and are working on it when we can.
  12. Well it looks like the new LEGO Star Wars game has been delayed until next year, so it sounds like we'll be having some time to fill. Here's hoping LEGO Dimensions works this time around! I appreciate the tip about the guides - I'll have to dig that back up when the time comes.
  13. Huh, that is really odd about the costumes. Other LEGO games have been all about collecting them all and being able to swap through them - especially later titles that added some as DLC. Nothing says you have to watch Kevin's stream for the whole time - I'm not sure that I'll participate for the whole thing anyway. But I am looking forward to the change, at least for a little bit.
  14. Man I guess I need to get my act together and figure out if I'm going to be able to do LEGO Rock Band next or not.
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