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Thus, aside from maybe switching around weapons for minifigures, I ordered a custom minifigure(along with a couple other things) from the same online retailer I got my third party SWAT gear from. Not sure if this counts, though, since it is a genuine Lego fig, but with a bunch of third party stuff on it, and possibly a custom print. Nevertheless, here is the figure I ordered:
The retailer was Battle Brick Customs, and they call this CIA Ghost Paramilitary Commando. I thought it was really cool, hence why I ordered one. Again, don't know if this counts or is even allowed, but I have nothing else Lego related to post thanks to my dry spell :(
Wakeup - check link
Get to work - check link
Lunchtime - check link
....overkill perhaps, but as soon as I don't check I know it'll be back in and sell out again.
Might need to change username to BuriedinNISB
Customs: What was the tracking number?
Customs: Hm, I don't see it. What's your last name?
Customs: I'm really struggling to find the package in our system. What were the contents?
Customs: Oh! You're the LEGO guy, I remember you!
For those of you who were curious on which Death Star set is featured in the film, it answers that. My prediction was correct and it made perfect sense why that particular one was used.
Left a bit confused that the set came in a boutique hotel bag with a realtor's business card in it. Is @SumoLego trying to send me subliminal messages?
I completely underestimated how tall 3 feet is though, and now I need to find a new display area as it won't fit where I originally intended.
I did have one mishap after it was complete though, which was when trying to separate stage 2 from stage 1, stage 3 decided to separate as well and went crashing to the floor. Luckily, due to the sturdiness of the model, it stayed together fairly well and there wasn't much I had to reconstruct.
And before anyone says anything, it has nothing to do with the search for Batman v Superman sets. Although why that search brings up two Marvel sets before another DC set I have no idea.
@Pitfall69 - Breathe... breathe...
also the best looking model of a MLP in lego. bet it only looks that good from this Point of view.
@omnium that's entirely possible but more likely she's plonked herself in the most ridiculous place she can find.
^ And there's yet another reason why LEGO produces police station after police station after police station. Kids love 'em.
fleshies, no blue windows, slightly better furnished interior.
of course there is the modular way too, that would certainly look much less modern.
My viewing party laughed at the multiple appearances of the Lego Death Star. And then laughed harder when my son mentioned that 'Dad has three of those!' after the movie.
I'll be off to buy a Vulture tomorrow...
(You're right, I'll probably end up with three.)