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  1. http://orig10.deviantart.net/9dd9/f/2016/216/7/3/chi_panthar_by_mate397-dacmm4z.jpg I figured I revamp Panthar, but I didn't want to waste money on buying the set, so I just BrickLinked the head piece and built the rest out of the parts I had. Okay, I did buy the chest plate too, but that's it. Detail: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Panthar-Leg-625872790 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Panthar-Back-625872935 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Panthar-Size-625886941
  2. Sir Fangar http://orig06.deviantart.net/9477/f/2016/195/0/b/untitled_by_mate397-da9yfjb.jpg Did some minor tweaking on this guy too, aimed for a more rib-cage like look while adding a bit of hollow-ish bulk to him. detail: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fangar-Back-621384827 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fangar-Chest-621384890 Worriz http://orig07.deviantart.net/e265/f/2016/195/3/5/worriz___2016_by_mate397-da9yf2c.jpg Made some minor tweaks to the previous version, now he is able to holster his sword and the Mother Tooth, also armored up his tail. http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Worriz-Back-621384501
  3. I'm just curious about which one of these themes you all think is the best
  4. UPDATE 6/17/16, POST #5! UPDATE #2 6/20/16, POST #6! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86f_U_q4SFg So, all of the parts for Chi Sir Fangar came in, and I've gotta say - LEGO, I'm SO disappointed in you for not releasing this wave of Chima figures in North America (or at least not making them more readily available)! After putting Sir Fangar together, I couldn't help but admire him; he's tall - even for a CCBS figure - he's got lots of cool parts, a SUPER-cool head mold, and he just oozes personality. He's arguably my favorite Lego villain since the original Makuta or Roodaka - I can understand why he can go for $100+ new in packaging now while others still clock in at $20 or less! However, being a life-long proponent of customization, I immediately started breaking down my Skull Basher and started digging in my spare parts, and I've eben able to make some key changes: -Removed the unnecessary ankle friction adders/extensions, making his legs look more proportionate to his body and closing a gap between his chin armor and feet -Added claws to the feet, adding more ferocity as well as more points of contact to the surface he's standing on -Additional armor plating and re-arranging of pre-existing parts -Filling in the gap above his torso armor with simulated fur and bones -Slightly re-designing his staff to be sturdier and more aggressive-looking -Adding a simple, short tail (sabertooth cats had stubby little tails!) Even after these, though, I have a few things planned and a few obstacles to overcome: -Trying him without the upper leg friction adders to make the legs even more to-scale with his body -Obtain 2016 Kopaka and/or the Protector of ice for more white and trans-light/neon blue parts,a s well as Kopaka's longer torso with the swiveling hips -Figure out a new method of attaching the new shoulder armor so not to restrict shoulder movement as much May not be a permanent solution, but I've got something figured out already! -Find a way to fill out the torso more and add more fur/bone details -Figure out a new neck design with more thickness/fur detail than the current super-short bone piece If anyone has any solutions/suggestions for these issues, please - tell me! I've been out of Bionicle stuff for a long time, so any help I could get would be greatly appreciated! Anyways, on to the pictures (of which I'm VERY proud of; the sun was at just the right angle to really make the trans blue parts glow!): I'm already trying to figure out solutions for these problems, so there may be more pictures soon! Also, has anyone else been having trouble with Brickshelf? I've been fighting it for over an hour to get these uploaded. :X Either way, stay tuned in - a second version is coming VERY soon!
  5. Hey everyone! Boy, sure has been a while; last MOC I made before my old collection was sold (and for a horribly small amount, mind you) was...dang, last one in my Brickshelf I can see was my Pohatu Mistika mod, uploaded to Brickshelf in August of 2008. Really has been a long time, huh? I doubt many of you even remember me! Well, with Bionicle's return, I've indulged myself in what few sets I've been able to acquire. It's taken me time, but I've (sort of) warmed up to the CCBS system. Having only a handful of sets, i decided to challenge myself, seeing as almost all of them fell under Earth or Stone - I was going to make combiners, using only the parts available within the sets. And here's the results of that self-imposed challenge! I may write up some lore/background for each later - but for now, enjoy the pretty pictures. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090002.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090016.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090034.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090100.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090230.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_090418.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091132.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091147.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091222.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091351.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091405.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091540.jpg http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Panrahk-Will/G2/20160614_091603.jpg
  6. http://orig00.deviantart.net/c61f/f/2016/159/1/b/chi_fluminox___royal_armor_by_mate397-da5fuwz.jpg Did some tweaking on him and I had him complete for a while now, but things came up and prevented me from taking pictures. And before it's pointed out, I know there is a shadow, didn't darken my room as it was a storm outside and seemed dark enough already. Detailshots: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Torso-613800954 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Wing-613801211 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Back-613801095 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Legs-613800771 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Blade-597342987 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Staff-597342953 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Daddy-613801291
  7. Hello, fellow Bzpowerians! This is Dallior with another MOC! This year's convention circuit theme challenges us to create MOCs that shine in the spotlight... black light, specifically. Well, soon after hearing this, I decided to make a MOC for it, and combine that idea with the pre-determined goal of mine to build a small MOC with a custom torso. These ideas came together in this reimagining of a popular LEGO Chima set, CHI Fluminox, or in this case CHIBI Fluminox. Wordplay! FLICKR GALLERY LINK This teeny-tiny version of Fluminox features a custom-made torso and a a cute little bow (weapon, not accessory). And for those of you wondering, this set weighs 75.5 grams and has 50 parts. This is my entry for the BZP Flickr contest.
  8. http://orig09.deviantart.net/8c32/f/2016/078/3/5/fluminox___royal_armor_by_mate397-d9vn475.jpg This has been built for a while now, but recently I didn't really have the time to take pictures/upload them, anyways, I will tweak on the wings later on, not fully satisfied with those. Detail shots: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Torso-597342354 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Legs-597342441 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Wing-597342510 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Tail-597342699 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Staff-597342953 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Blade-597342987 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fluminox-Size-597343030
  9. http://orig08.deviantart.net/a1a7/f/2016/016/2/0/chi_vardy___revamp_by_mate397-d9o704w.jpg Now this one and Fluminox (still in WIP, need his wings and few finger pieces, can post of the current progress if interested though) have a funny story to them, after being disappointed by the Force Awakens movie I lost interest in getting Kylo and Phasma (still gonna get the regular storm trooper and maybe Rey though) and for some reason I felt the need to revamp an official set, no idea why... and for no actual reason really I chose those two to under go some make over. I purposefully gave so few ribs since he was frozen in ice, once getting out of it something(s) tend to stay in the ice, and since he is a vulture he should have an eternal craving for feeding upon something, like an actual zombie, the wings are also for the same reason look so skeletal and only with little amount of feathers. http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Chi-Vardy-Side-584835679 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Chi-Vardy-Back-584835880
  10. http://orig09.deviantart.net/a468/f/2015/354/3/d/cragger___phoenix_armor___2015_by_mate397-d9ksfiy.jpg An updated version of this http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Cragger-Phoenix-Armor-475535910 changes are really minor, custom tail with armor, legs with golden armor and two fire axes instead of a single battle axe and where possible extra gold/trans orange/green pieces. Detail shots: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Cragger-Back-Side-579149794 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Cragger-Fire-Axe-579150046 http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Cragger-Comparison-579150360
  11. http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Undead-Hunters-2015-562613556 Sir Fangar http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Chi-Sir-Fangar-2015-Redux-562612719 His changes are very minimal, gave him proper hands, changed the ball pieces in him and the ice claws on the feet. Not much but feels better. Back: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fangar-Back-562613310 Size: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Fangar-Size-562613431 Mungus http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Chi-Mungus-2015-Redux-562610628 While I was reconstructing Voltix and Black Phantom I wanted to tweak on Mungus and Fangar. Remade his arms and legs, his legs having a knee joint at last while the first version didn't. Back: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Mungus-Back-562611584 Size: http://mate397.deviantart.com/art/Mungus-Size-562611816
  12. So now that Season 5 is over, we now know that there are 15 dimensional realms in the world of Ninjago. (There was 16, but then the Preeminent, who was the Cursed Realm, was destroyed.) So there is: Main Ninjago realmThe UnderworldThe dimension Lord Garmadon went to in season 2Cloud KingdomChimaCursed Realm / PreeminentBut what do you think the other 10 are? Could one of them be an entirely underwater realm? Could one be a futuristic space world? Could one of them even be Bionicle? Share and discuss your ideas/wishes/opinions/theories here! I would actually really love it if Bionicle was one of the 16 15 realms, seeing as that both it and Ninjago share elemental powers and a heavy focus on destiny.
  13. For reference, this is the building system that is present in all of the Hero Factory action figure models and the constraction figure lines of the Legends of Chima. Because of that, I think this topic goes here. (Also because it's general Lego themed and there's a new constraction figure line coming in 2015, etc. ) What do you think of the Character and Creature Building System in general? How do you think Lego has been making use of it? What new things would you like to see out of it? Personally I think the CCBS has been, up to now, largely underutilized. While Lego should not do everything the CCBS has to offer - IMO there should be room for MOCs, after all - mostly I've seen a large amount of humanoid sets come out of it. I think there is a lot of potential for large models that hasn't been tested. (I haven't had the time and the parts/money to test it, much as I want to.) To a degree I feel that the CCBS has been an excuse for releasing multiple waves of generic humanoids (I applaud IFB for stepping out of the mold). But I don't think there's anything wrong with the building system itself. I was able to sit down with a lower-price-point HF set and get like 5 MoCs out of it, so I think it's an innovative step that TLG definitely should have gone for. I also think that the system has great potential for Technic integration that so far hasn't been touched, even with existing parts (although I complain that the ball joints can be annoying in this regard). But the way they use it in the snap together format almost makes using Technic feel like using illegal connections, even though the torsos and some of the limbs notoriously have Technic pinholes (and some sets even use them). Anyway, enough rambling from me. What do you think?
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    Huh so ok. On the 1st of the year I went to the Lego store closest to me and bought a whole bunch of Chima sets, as I had planned. (Lion/Saber-Tooth/Ice Bear/Crocodile Tribe Packs, Sky Scavenger, Claw Driller, and Mobile Command). I had saved the Ice Mammoth Stomper and Phoenix Temple for the occasion, and beginning on the 1st and until the 3rd I tried to murder my fingertips with the sharp edges of a good 4050 pieces. It was pretty cool. Lots of fun. The way I build Lego is I dump all the parts (a bag at a time) and organize them by color. what I wanted to do this time, because I hate efficiency, was dump all the parts from all the sets on a big old table and go from there. This became obviously unmanageable pretty early on, and I only did it for the Tribe Packs, the Sky Scavenger, and the Ice Mammoth Stomper. Still, looks kinda pretty. (stupid mismatched pictures in terrible lighting for the win?) Look at all this dang trans blue guys. So much! Anyway, brief comments I guess. The tribe packs are all really neat and are great values. The Ice Bear and Saber-Tooth tribe packs in particular are fantastic, and if anyone wants to get a taste of cool Chima minifigures you can't go wrong with the Ice Bears. Amazing little sets with great figures (even if they're not as unique as one would like). The only bad part is that they didn't start making these earlier. Seriously. Forget Speedorz for smaller Chima sets. These tribe packs are amazing. The fact that most of them were gone by the time I got to the Lego store seems to confirm that people like them. (Except for the Lion pack. There were like a million of those out. Kinda bums me out because it's probably my favorite on account of the generic female warrior being one of my favorite figures in the entire theme, but whatever) Also those new disk shooters work like crazy. The era of clunky, not-so-great Lego launchers is past over. It's all tiny, hyper-effective projectiles from now on. The future is here, and it's shaped like losing small lego pieces. The Sky Scavenger is a really really fun build. It's got this really cool Technic gearbox for amazing wing-flipping action, with added friction (much like he new Bionicle sets). Unfortunately, the wings are pretty heavy, so it's more flopping than flapping in the end even with the friction, but still, pretty fun. It's not as great as I would like for the purposes of displaying due to its lack of legs, but other than that it's a really great little set. Vultrix is a really nice minifigure, too. Oh, and it comes with a ton of those new hybrid pins/axles (both varieties) and the 1m "beam". Lots of great parts. Honestly most of these sets came with these parts, which is really nice. Means I have no desire to buy LoSS anymore, at least... The Ice Mammoth Stomper is satisfyingly huge and pretty fun to build too. Perhaps if only because I didn't pay full price for it, I definitely felt like the end product was worth the money. The Skeletal frame and the CCBS-shaped head are really cool, and I love the little "room" in the body section. It's got a lot of neat stuff going on. Very nice set. After those sets I started building them one at a time, starting with Icebite's Claw Driller. It's a pretty nice set, really (and a great value). Bulkar is an amazing minifigure, and the Driller is shaped pretty nicely. Who cares about all that though. While I was building the mech, I ran accross something I hadn't seen since 2007. Something familiar, but that didn't quite belong. It was a little surreal, to exaggerate a little. I mean look at those. Those are black 2m axles. Like. Whoa, guys. Whoa. I mean, I know they've showed up in a few sets since they got phased out by red ones in 2008 (the Green Lantern Ultrabuild comes to mind, if nothing else) but this is the first time I've seen one since that time. Pretty cool, though. Also kinda pointless and baffling though, since they're only used in this part of the set. But eh, I'll take it. The Tiger's Mobile Command is a lot better in person than it looked in pictures. Honestly it looked like kind of a mess in pictures. But it's actually shaped pretty nicely (the tiger head is among my favorite Chima animal-vehicle heads) and has some very interesting features. Of note is the fact that the rear of the vehicle can disconnect and turn into a little communication tower thing. It's really kind of awesome. The only real disappointment is that the 3 new minifigs in the set only have one face. Oh, and Breezor is still pretty lame, I guess. Definitely the best set of that range I own, though. Definitely beats out Worriz' Combat Lair, but then it's hard to find things that don't. (the Combat Lair is pretty suck) Then I built the Flying Fire Phoenix Temple. It's the first set I've built at that range (over 1000 pieces) and man it was definitely a blast. The Saber-Tooth vehicle included is one of the best in the entire Chima line, which only makes it cooler that it's just the little conflict in a box for a much bigger set. The gates really add the necessary size and grandeur to the temple, and it contributes to a very good looking set. The temple itself delivers pretty much nothing on the "temple" part, but man if it doesn't follow up on the whole flying thing (with assistance). That thing has crazy swooshability like wow. The function is really pretty simple, but it's no less fun because of it. It's a massive ship, and so fun to play around with. The minifigures are all really great too. The 2015 sets in general were also fun because they had solid colored stickers. Most of my 2014 sets have clear stickers, and those suck an incredible amount. Way to go, 2015. Anyway enough about that. This is how the Fire vs. Ice situation ended up looking! (wow so blurry and poorly lighted way to go me) So yeah. All very cool. Or hot, as the case may be. Anyway! With all those new minifigures my collection of Chima minifigures was getting pretty close to being complete. Here's a picture I took on the 3rd after finishing of all the unique figs I have. It's terrible, just like all of my pictures. The total at the time was 80! 80 unique minifigures. (However, this was counting different variants of the same character. The character count was around 72, I think.) I still find it pretty crazy considering last May I still only had the 11 I got in December of 2012. Still, it feels pretty awesome to be so close to being done. After this I actually bought Spinlyn's Cavern and Royal Roost, and I also bought Crawley, Ewald and Scolder from Bricklink. So basically, I am currently missing only 2 characters! (Mungus and Iceklaw) And I'll find ways to get them before too long, I'm sure. So close. If Chima really ends after this, well, I can't say I didn't do my part to support it, I guess The theme has provided me with a lot of fun, and it's definitely had an impact on me. (mainly in the wallet area) I will miss it, but I'll always have more than enough stuff to remember it by, I suppose. As a side note. I finally got my first Friends set around the same time. Mia's Lemonade Stand is a fantastic set for its price point and I absolutely love it. I must get my hands on more of the line. (at least until Elves gets its start) The Heartlake Juice Bar must be mine. Those colors are too good to pass up...
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    The 2015 Legends of Chima sets finally got added to S@H. They will be out on Jan. 1. Nice to know when I'll have to make my trek to the Lego store and splurge a ton...looking forward to it. I've been saving the Ice Stomper, Fire Temple, and Ice Cruiser for a massive Fire vs. Ice building session, and I'm getting a bit antsy. Should be fun. Was initially pretty excited to read on Eaurobricks that Icebite's Claw Driller was only 49.99, instead of 59.99 as we had originally heard. That's a pretty snazzy deal. Over 600 pieces, 2.5 exclusive minifigures, the only worthwhile (and, well, only right now) Bear...for 50, that's pretty good. Excitement lasted up until I saw the Tiger's Mobile Command was 79.99 instead of 69.99, as we had originally heard. Shame, really, though it ultimately changes nothing, and is far from the worst price per parts ratio (I doubt anything will top the Ice Stomper for a while). At least relieved to see that Vultrix's Sky Scavenger is priced very reasonably (480 for 39.99 is very nice). Also relieved to see it will be released with the others! Can't wait to pick it up, it's probably my favorite-looking set since the first wave's Command Boat and Eagle Interceptor. (though the Ice Stomper is also very nice, it kinda loses the greatness towards the back) Originally I had planned to pick up a Kopaka or something when I went to get all the new Chima sets I need (like, all but three of the new ones, really), but I'm already going to be spending a lot, and the more time passes and the hype goes down the more I see how much I'm just not into constraction right now, and haven't been in a while. And Bionicle seems to be doing little to change that, I'm afraid. When the time comes, who knows. I may end up picking him up anyway, but for now I'm not really planning on it. I guess I'll see! May need something extra to turn the tide in favor of the ice side, anyway....
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    Man. what a difference buying the two biggest sets in the year can have....Found a pretty decent deal on eBay, so I caved. Ever so close to completing my Chima minifigure collection. And my set collection in general will now have a weaponized temple and giant mammoth walker! Can't wait. With those two I think I am just about done buying actual sets from 2013-2014. I plan on getting a couple of speedorz, and I'm still debating about Spinlyn's Cavern, but other than that, I've got just about everything I need! I'll probably end up turning to Bricklink for the rest.
  17. Chima has like. A ton of characters. In its first year, it had 30 individual characters as minifigures. In its second, it introduced 29 more, plus new variants of a handful of 2013 characters. The first wave of 2015 will introduce, as a minimum, 20 more, plus some more new variants for good measure. That's a good 80 characters, at least. I think Chima probably has a good shot at being the line with the most individual characters in set form at this point, at least for Lego's original lines. (that aren't Bionicle, I guess) (Star Wars by now probably has a couple hundred) So what I'm saying is it would be kinda crazy to try and get all of them, and that that is exactly what I am trying to do. Hence, a list! It looks like this. It's right down there at the corner. Dull gray means I don't have it, and bolded color means I do! They're color coded by the arc in which they were released. Bluey-tealish color for the original 2013 arc, green for Outlands, bright cyan and orange for the Fire vs. Ice arc. I'm not actually doing that bad. I've been looking for sales and stuff all over the place, and although I haven't gotten all of them in the mail yet, I own 37 out of the 59 available right now--26 out of the 30 from 2013, and 11 out of the 29 from 2014. Getting the rest of the 2013 ones shouldn't be too difficult, but the 2014 ones are gonna be a whole thing...The winter wave isn't too bad. Blista and Scolder are easy enough to get since they came in Speedorz sets....but I still need Spinlyn, who is extremely expensive on her own, and her set is also pretty expensive, which is annoying because I don't particularly need anything else from it...the summer is a lot worse, though. The summer wave just had way too many characters exclusive to specific sets, with the Mammoths being the worst offenders. Mungus is exclusive to a Laval set I have no interest in whatsoever, and, being a bigfig, he's about as expensive as Spinlyn on the aftermarket. Maula and Muttrot, on the other hand, are exclusive to a really awesome set that I fully intend to buy...as soon as it goes on a serious sale. If it wasn't so overpriced I would have probably bought it a long time ago. The phoenixes are almost as bad. 3 of them come in the biggest set of the year, one is in a polybag, and another is exclusive to a book. Now, 2 of them reappear in 2015 in regular sets, and one was available in a speedor (although a more boring version), but that still leaves a couple of them in availability limbo. i guess the book isn't actually that expensive, though.... 2015 will bring a whole lot of new minifigures, but about a half of them come in the form of cool, affordable battle packs. Those have me extremely excited, and I intend to buy all of them (plus one or three bigger sets) on day one of them popping up in a Lego store. I hope that, at least next year, I can keep up with all them new minifigures. Although there's some not so great parts to the next wave (stupid stupid looking Beaver), the entire deal with the battle packs is really exciting and makes up for any complaints I could have and more. I'm also very happy to see the fifth wave break away from some trends Chima has suffered from regarding female minifigures. For the first time, they're introducing 3 new females in a wave (every previous one has had 2). For the first time, a female minifigure who is not Eris is appearing in a second set (that being Li'ella, in a stylish new variant) And, while not exactly the first time (Eris has been in a lot of stuff) it's rather rare to see female minifgures in small, cheap sets--yet here is the Lion Tribe Pack, which is not only a small and cheap set that features females, it in fact has more females than males. That's awesome, and a very crazy sight for this line, and Lego in general. So rare, in fact, that none of the other 3 tribe packs have a single female between them. It's a start. I really can't wait for 2015. Bionicle is nice and everything, but the Lego thing that really has my attention right now are those battle packs. So cheap. So many, many exclusive, awesome minifigures. I need them all.
  18. Chima has some great humanoid, anthropomorphic animal characters, and the sets are really cool too. But we all know LEGO could do more. We've seen snakes in Ninjago. Atlantis had some great aquatic life minifigs. The Collectible Minifig Series has had their fair share of animal figs. So let's see the exploration and go deeper into the jungle: Not only can we dive deep with some stingrays (and sharks, which I don't have), but buzzing around with bugs makes sense too. Mosquitoes and other creepy-crawlies found in the jungle. But let's not stop at things like snakes and lizard-men. Embrace mythology and throw in the legendary Lost Griffon Tribe (and maybe search the maze for the Minotaur, but watch out for the Medusa (or rather, don't watch out)). And of course, let's have some samurai pandas. Time to make some Chima MOCs? -CF
  19. There were seven Legends of Chima constraction sets released this year, but they never made it over to North America. BZPower is considering getting a bunch of these sets to do an online parts draft for you guys. (For more information about what a parts draft is, check out this topic.) We're trying to gauge interest on which set you guys like the most and think has the best pieces to draft. The options, in case you've forgotten, are: 70206 CHI Laval 70207 CHI Cragger 70208 CHI Panthar 70209 CHI Mungus 70210 CHI Vardy 70211 CHI Fluminox 70212 CHI Sir Fangar Let us know which set you'd be interested in drafting, if any. The sooner you let us know, the sooner we can get the draft underway. If there's relatively little response, the draft will likely not happen. Feel free to ask any questions or explain your answer below!
  20. Someone got loot Stuff! My september figma pre-orders, Kill la Kill's Matoi Ryuko and KanColle's Akagi, finally got here yesterday! Talk about quick shipping. (if my november preorders are like this, I will get them on christmas!) Here they are. It's kind of funny. I've never played KanColle (and the anime isn't for a couple of months still), and from what I've read it seems like the sort of weird fetishistic japanese kind of thing I wouldn't really like. But the designs for some of the ship girls are pretty rad, so I've found myself ordering quite a few KanColle figmas. On the other hand, Kill la Kill is an insanely weird fetishistic japanese kind of thing that I adore, because it is just so ridiculous and over the top, and at least it gets points for feeling more like a parody than anything. (pretty much like PSG) But the design is still admittedly pretty odd. Akagi won't come out of her package until tomorrow, but I just opened Ryuko, she's pretty great. Her facial expressions are perfect and spot-on and look so, so much better than they did on the prototypes. She's pretty much perfect except Senketsu's eye fell off as soon as I took her out of the package. Which is. Pretty terrible. I applied some clear nail polish to it after I took this picture, and it seems to have fixed it. So that's good. Nail polish truly is the toy collector's best friend.... Anyway, she's a good figure, but I'm still trying to figure out where the heck I'm even going to put her, considering, uh, well. Everything. Maybe I'll just keep the modesty game on front at all times....maybe.... Ryuko and Akagi are my 33rd and 34th figmas, respectively. It feels like it was only four months ago that I started collecting them...because...it....uh. Was. Anyway. Today I was finally able to buy Smash! It's the first game for the 3DS I've bought since Y, third overall (I'm REALLY getting great mileage out of my 3DS) and first real foray into the world of Smash. I've only tried out a handful of fighters, and I'm still pretty dang bad at it, but after spending about an hour fighting with a couple of friends online, there's no doubt about it: This gon be fun. I also picked up Braptor's Wing Striker, because I've been wanting this set all frickin' year. Braptor is one of my favorite Chima minifigures ever, and not having him had been bugging me forever. Plus, purple. Now If only I could get Spinlyn...
  21. Hi fellow BZPower members! I have a sealed, unopened Chima Season 1 part 2 DVD I've been looking to get rid of for a few weeks (I won it in a contest on Brickset.com a while back). I'm looking for about $10 for it, or I'll trade it for Lego or Bionicle items. The title is at the top of the post. Please contact me if you're interested!
  22. Vote away! (I just saw a post over in Ninjago discussion about this, so here ya go...)
  23. Hello everybody, welcome to Chima month Last week, my store finally stocked the Chima 2014 Constraction sets. Today I'm providing an opportunity. As long as they're in stock, I am willing to pick them up and send them to you for MSRP + Flat Rate shipping. I ship from a US post office, so there shouldn't be any issue with insane oversea shipping fees. Simply PM me your address and what you'd like me to purchase for you, and I'll provide you with the Paypal that I use. Once I receive payment for both the set(s) and shipping, I will purchase and send the set(s) to you. Large Sets - $22 Chi Sir Fangar Chi Fluminox Medium Sets - $17 Chi Cragger Chi Laval Chi Panthar Chi Vardy Chi Mungus Shipping - $6 I'm not asking for anything in return, I am simply acting as a middleman to help spread Chima 2014 across the US.
  24. I did some dumb lego furry sketches a few months back in the last few days of school when everything was nice and my friends and I just chilled and I had the time to draw some dumb furry lego sketches. Because I didn't have a blog though I'd only ever shared them on facebook (where I learned one of my acquaintances was kind of into lego! (Actually I knew that already because we talked for 2 seconds about rahkshi symbols back in junior year, not really the point) he agreed with me that Chima looked cool but the show was stupid) but here they are now. here's an eris, which i drew on the back of the little sticker sheet of ap labels they give you when you take an ap test. i started drawing her after my ap lit test. i was bored. and here's some outlands people? i drew them without a reference so they're all pretty. eh. braptor in particular is sorta terrible. scorm is ok i suppose. spynlin is my favorite though. definitely a mess, but i love to draw her. Anyway, they're just dumb sketches so they're not the best. My friends seemed to like them, though. My best friend wanted to keep the Eris drawing because according to her she was very pretty, and my other friend's girlfriend wanted the outland guys because they were apparently "really cool." I'm a jerk, though, so I said no. (I'm kind of bad at friends.)
  25. I am looking to sell or trade a sealed copy of the Lego Legends of Chima set 70002 Lennox' Lion attack. Here is a picture: http://www.majhost.com/gallery/bkebert/Legochima/img_4060.jpg . The box does have some wear, mostly on the corners. It also has a price sticker on the left side. I would like to sell it, or trade for certain Bionicle items such as masks/misprints, depending on what is offered. Not sure of a price, but if you want it, make an offer.
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