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He's the Shadow Mod
Is it possible to be a very organized hoarder???
Not bad for a Star Wars collector. I've only opened Sorting Hat! Dilemma now is whether to go for the lot.
@kor From my point of view, no. I really had no idea that I had accumulated so many sets (16 different ones)
My retort is that she never sees them unless she opens that one door in the corner of the basement, so she can't call the show and call for the camera crews...yet...
On-topic, similar to others here, Star Wars got me back into LEGO and love of the brick snowballed from there; if I had known I'd be so interested in HP sets, I would have started collecting them when they were cheap...
Having said that, PotC is definitely accidental. I was only going to get QAR but now am only missing the BP.
Last thing - I also have a bunch of the parts used to make the SW astromech bodies. Someone must have tossed a few ISS sets into a general brick pile. Do the astromech legs come repurposed in great numbers in some other set?
I'll probably use the humans in my city, and use the aliens (with all the other alien minifigs from the past/current series) with either a future alien type theme or just throw them into the Star Wars sets.
Wheels. I've practically never built any vehicles, but since TLC puts them in every other set, I've ended up accummulating quite a few wheels that I hardly ever use. Though I hope someday to aquire a vehicle-building skillset, of course. =)
I've still only seen one and a half of the movies, and I have no intention of ever watching the other 2.5.