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PC Plod and Dalmatian #87 made a full recovery. Probably.
(Also, you spouse dialog hits awfully close to home!)
I'm just really, really lazy and don't want to waste hours trying to find the graphic, size the graphic and then print (or have printed) the backing.
I got them off of eBay, and immediately tossed out the included custom minifigure. Awhile back I got ones for the other chrome SW minifigures. They were cheaper and didn't have the silly minifigures. All have held up fine - I'm very happy with how they look.
Now home and exhausted but will take stock properly of the weekend once I've caught up on some sleep.
I'd forgotten I'd preordered this so nice surprise to get it today :-)
I <3 LEGO customer service.
Above, a railway station created by @drdavewatford.
If the price of this set on the brickset site is anything to go by, I think I got a good deal.
Her younger sister has just started primary school last month, and asked me last week whether she could also get a Lego magazine subscription. To learn German of course; and possibly also to get post in her name - kids love receiving mail! (At their age it's not all bills...)
However she didn't want the Friends magazine (when I let her loose in a Lego Store for her birthday she chose #5929 Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape), but the Ninjago one. She was then told that there was also a Lego Star Wars ("oh yeah, I would like that one!") and Lego City magazine ("oh, police and fire service!").
As she wasn't able to decide, I have now bought all the most recent editions so she can pick which one she likes best:
Might have advertised the City magazine incorrectly to her though: the current issue is 100% dedicated to the sanitation worker on the cover, with not even an ad for a Lego Police/Fire Service set inside...
(And the guy on the right works with dirt, so maybe there is a common theme?)
Good luck finding which one with the Like Avatars missing now!
Definitely the way to go for these exclusives!
Er, I'm not sure if double posting is frowned upon however I just finished adding my new Bricktober purchases to my collection and I have 1998 Minifigures in total. Two of which are ghost Minifigures because the database doubled them since they came from a Brickmaster book with a Polybag which both list the Minifigures for some curious reason.