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Brickset Bendybadger Bonusball - SumoLego Edition, Part Deux
I have been called upon to do the weekly Bonusball Extravaganza!
The first fifty nine (59) unique posts get a number for Saturday's UK Lottery Draw. I'm sure someone can post the winning number on Saturday, as I still haven't been able to figure out which one is the correct one.
As I have a wide variety of extra sets, polys, figures and Lego-related whatnot in my inventory, the prize will be a bit of a "winner's choice". The only condition will be that whatever prize the lucky winner chooses - it will be revealed further below in thread.
The question is simple - Is there another set that you would consider spending $799.99 of your hard-earned or ill-gotten cash?
(This presumes the 'best' possible version on the same scale and piece count as the Ultimate Collector's Series Millennium Falcon.)
My answer - the Serenity. Or a scaled-up version of Voltron.
(Sorry for the late posting!)
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No way, uhm.... well... unless perhaps on a minifig scale Star Trek TNG starship Enterprise.
That, or some massively amazing Winter village set....like a UCS Winter Village Millinium Falon.
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A modular train station with a worthy, appropriately sized (4 or 5 carriage) successor to the Emerald Night.
I'll take two please...
(But the falcon was a day one for me!)
Oh and a brick built shelter because if I got that lot I would probably find myself needing somewhere else to live.
Asterix's village ( with 15 -20 characters ) surrounded by Roman army ( 30+ figures ) with balistas and catapults.
This would be a playset.
...or Deep Space Nine. Or both.
Imagine the below scene Lego-ified. It's a model of Waterford from the 1400's in a museum there.