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2019 Modular Rumours

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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,231
    Will this be the first modular to be revealed without there having been a leak at all?!
    Not if it is a modular plumbers.

    sid3windr
  • BiggiSnibbiBiggBiggiSnibbiBigg GreenlandMember Posts: 31
    There had not bean a leek yet... I carrot wait anymore
    There. Fixed it for you :)
    Thanks dude :)
    Astrobricks
  • LegoTTLegoTT Member Posts: 479
    Am I the only one that checks this thread like six or seven times a day?  sigh...
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  • Patrik78Patrik78 Member Posts: 142
    You are, I check it 20 times a day :)
    Addicted2Oxygen
  • BiggiSnibbiBiggBiggiSnibbiBigg GreenlandMember Posts: 31
    I check it 3600 times an hour. 
  • CM4SCM4S United StatesMember Posts: 1,318
    Will this be the first modular to be revealed without there having been a leak at all?!
    I sure hope so! They did a really good job at preventing leaks this year. I’m proud of LEGO 😁

    Hope we can go some D2C reveals in 2019 without leaks 
    stluxBumblepantsSumoLego
  • BiggiSnibbiBiggBiggiSnibbiBigg GreenlandMember Posts: 31
    CM4S said:
    Will this be the first modular to be revealed without there having been a leak at all?!
    I sure hope so! They did a really good job at preventing leaks this year. I’m proud of LEGO 😁

    Hope we can go some D2C reveals in 2019 without leaks 
    Why do you hate leaks?
  • BrikingBriking Dorset, UKMember Posts: 751
    ^ horrible taste!
    SMCgmonkey76sid3windr
  • iwakurakaitouiwakurakaitou Philadelphia, PAMember Posts: 14
    I check it 3600 times an hour. 
    I check this thread so frequently that all I have to do is type "2" into my Chrome browser and it automatically suggests this thread's URL for auto-fill. I'm not obsessed or anything.... not even remotely.

    CM4S said:
    Will this be the first modular to be revealed without there having been a leak at all?!
    I sure hope so! They did a really good job at preventing leaks this year. I’m proud of LEGO 😁

    Hope we can go some D2C reveals in 2019 without leaks 
    Why do you hate leaks?

    I can't speak for others, but I really prefer not having product reveals spoiled before the official fanfare of the announcement. A good recent example is the Vader's Castle set - it kinda came out of absolutely nowhere and got announced on a Star Wars podcast, the buzz was crazy for the next few days - we got a bunch of great images and official description from Lego, and also got the pre-orders up the same day...

    Had that leaked early, we would have gotten one or two low quality images not showing anything, no release date, no pricing, no details.... it would have made the official announcement far more interesting when it actually did happen.

    Obviously I'm here - so I'm hoping for whatever new modular information I can get - but I much prefer to see/hear it straight from the source than from leaks. Just higher-quality reveal if it's official.
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  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,453
    ^ I'm in complete agreement. I hate spoiling the surprise, when they finally release the set it's like an anti-climax. Besides just because you saw some early images it's not like the set will get released any sooner anyway. 
    Aanchir
  • CaptainRogersCaptainRogers Greensboro, NCMember Posts: 777
    I prefer no leaks too, much as I'm chomping at the bit to see it. It's much more fun when something is announced with no early information, as @iwakurakaitou says. Makes the surprise all the more delightful. That said... What are you waiting for, Lego?!? Please! Show us now!
  • iwakurakaitouiwakurakaitou Philadelphia, PAMember Posts: 14
    Not sure how much value or information the "lego ambassadors" actually have, but one of them on EuroBricks forums has stated that "new product will be announced december 3rd" and has asked them to keep leaks off the boards until then. Maybe he's just talking out of his bum bum, but next monday would be nice if true.

    Personally I wish they'd announce before December.... being a toy collector during the Christmas holiday buying season is pretty difficult and frustrating... trying to balance what I'm buying myself VS what I'm asking for others to buy me VS what I'm buying for other people..... it's a lot for the bank account to handle. XD

  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 2,707
    I opened this thread excitedly this morning as it had a dozen new posts, only to see most of them were about not wanting leaks :-/
    Irony much?
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  • raygunnraygunn Member Posts: 91
    I'm another one who checks this topic constantly and is now at the stage of not wanting any leak. It would be great to see the designer video with the first reveal.

    But you know what would be even better...
     Many of us are going to buy the new modular regardless of what it is. Imagine if LEGO let VIPs order it before the reveal and shipped it out for a specific date. How great would it be to open up a package and hold it in your hands at first sight. What a great Christmas present that would make! The level of secrecy required for that would make it next to impossible though.
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  • MrJacksonMrJackson Member Posts: 340
    That's a really cool idea, but given the polarizing nature of the Downtown Diner's styling, I'm not sure how well that would fly.  I'd be willing to bet there would be a lot of returns from people who don't love it.  I'm also on the no-leaks-at-this-point bandwagon. 
  • iwakurakaitouiwakurakaitou Philadelphia, PAMember Posts: 14
    edited November 2018
    MrJackson said:
    That's a really cool idea, but given the polarizing nature of the Downtown Diner's styling, I'm not sure how well that would fly.  I'd be willing to bet there would be a lot of returns from people who don't love it.  I'm also on the no-leaks-at-this-point bandwagon. 
    I mean... I know toy collecting is a MASSIVELY subjective thing, and Lego above all else is very much to each their own.... but I continue not to grasp the hate for DD.

    I left my Dark Ages back in July, and started off with the new '18 Potter sets, then picked up the whole Ninjago Movie line, and a few of the Batman Movie sets. I guess that made Ninjago City and Ninjago Docks my first two modular-type builds...

    Then I got Detective's Office, then Parisian Restaurant, then Brick Bank, and most recently Assembly Square and Downtown Diner - all the ones available through Lego. Just last week I finally found a reasonably priced Pet Shop and added that into my city too.... so I missed out on all the older retired modulars other than Pet Shop, but I still, have enough of them at this point to form an opinion of the line in general... and I absolutely LOVE the diner. I really can not understand why it is such a polarizing and controversial release. The build itself is fantastic, and I really do love the style. I feel like the people complaining that every single building in the modular line don't all follow the same style/height/appearance/era have never set foot into a real city before....

    I can walk down the street and see 40 different architectural styles from different periods in different states of quality from brand-new to disrepair.... I see big buildings and small buildings and huge buildings.... Cities ARE a mish-mash of a bunch of different things, so I see ZERO issue setting a build like DD next to GBHQ and BB and DO.... honestly that is MORE realistic than if every single building was the exact same height and architectural flavor.... very few cities in the world are that uniform, and the ones that are generally are quite boring. Even Amsterdam, which has a ton of old Dutch style buildings, also have a lot of modern and unique buildings around too.... I've yet to read a single logical complaint about DD that actually made any sense to me. I'm not trying to say anyone is "wrong" for not liking it, but I honestly just can't wrap my mind around not enjoying such a unique and fun little set. Does not compute.
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  • MrJacksonMrJackson Member Posts: 340
    Oh, I don't disagree with that at all.  I've got the whole range and love the variety.  I still need to build the Diner but saw plenty of it close up when I still worked at Lego, and think it's a very strong set in its own right. Most of the griping I've heard and read follows the same pattern: it's really cool by itself, but doesn't jive well with the others. And to be fair, it's kind of hard to put a building on the left of the set, what with the way that staircase is. Variety is still the spice of life, no?
  • iwakurakaitouiwakurakaitou Philadelphia, PAMember Posts: 14
    MrJackson said:
    Oh, I don't disagree with that at all.  I've got the whole range and love the variety.  I still need to build the Diner but saw plenty of it close up when I still worked at Lego, and think it's a very strong set in its own right. Most of the griping I've heard and read follows the same pattern: it's really cool by itself, but doesn't jive well with the others. And to be fair, it's kind of hard to put a building on the left of the set, what with the way that staircase is. Variety is still the spice of life, no?

    Yea I mean they just opened an "artisan pizza" place down the street from my office (thus right down the street from the liberty bell and Independence Hall, and the pizza place looks like it's straight out of the 1950s.... that type of variety is half the reason I love living in a city.

    Honestly my only complaints about DD are there are a few too many parts that just SIT on top of something but don't actually connect to any studs... like the stack of flapjacks, the glass cups, the lack of connection in the boxing ring, etc.... I also had to put a 1x1 round white tile on that single stud on the top of the facade because it was just bugging me to not be covered up, but that was more personal toyOCD than design complaint.
    Brickfan50
  • mikedotcamikedotca Winnipeg, CAMember Posts: 14
    I've also been struggling with where to place the DD in my town layout, mostly because of the left side stairs that give a slight corner aspect to the build. I have a similar problem with the PR... which always becomes an end building. In fact both are currently at the opposite ends of one street in my town. 

    As for speculating on the next modular... I'm partial to a Police Station. I modded a second BB to be a post office (as one 2-corner building), and for a fire station I'm building a smaller version on the Ghostbusters fire house. I'm doing a lot building and not much completing.
    SumoLegoBrickchap
  • youtube_blockheadyoutube_blockhead yorkshire Member Posts: 49
    id be surprised if many of the disapprovers of the diner had actually built it because it is a great build, 

    id really like (never going to happen) to see a more grown up design, an Amsterdam style bar/coffeeshop/brothel would be comedy and amazing 
    TheBigLegoski
  • piratemania7piratemania7 New EnglandMember Posts: 2,097
    I wonder if. Maybe. Possibly.....there is no more modular to be had?
    Brickchapstarwars4ever
  • Bosstone100Bosstone100 USAMember Posts: 1,412
    ^ that's what I was thinking
  • brianoblivionbrianoblivion NYCMember Posts: 71
    Glad to see DD getting some love, it's a great set. But to play devil's advocate for a minute, i think what people don't respond to are the colors more than the design. The pastel scheme places it in a shoebox in terms of real world juxtaposing. There just aren't many cities where those kinds of colors are commonly seen as opposed to every other modular which all have a universal look. Of course this is just my theory, i don't really know if that's true or not...
    Baby_YodaTkattBrickchap
  • Baby_YodaBaby_Yoda The world's backsideMember Posts: 1,291
    @iwakurakaitou Don't get me wrong, I quite like DD too, but the fact that buildings like that did/do exist in real life doesn't magically make it appealing to those that already dislike it. The colours are very bright and the style is a significant departure from previous modulars. Many fans find that too garish for their current city layout. Sure, real cities are mismatched, but real cities also have plenty of crime, places to live, and sentient residents, none of which are likely to get the spotlight in an AFOL's setup.
  • BiggiSnibbiBiggBiggiSnibbiBigg GreenlandMember Posts: 31
    I would really want to just know what it will be - police station, library, etc. Then we can moderate our expectations according to that, and discuss how the set will be designed. 
  • LegoTTLegoTT Member Posts: 479
    Despite my religious checking of this thread...I hope the Monday announcement is true, especially if there’s no leak before hand. I was on the Inside Tour back in September- the quality of the employees, and the lengths that everyone went to be friendly yet secretive was incredible. Inside the building where new creations are designed, the hallways were blocked with tour guides that smiled with pride in hopes to keep new products a surprise to everyone.

    Call me old fashioned, but after being there, I kind of root for the company on things like this. 

    That said, gimme a teaser- I can’t wait anymore!!! Haha
    Erine123LittleLori
  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFWMember Posts: 6,113
    It will be a City crossover Xtreme Sky Police Headquarters. It has 6 helicopters that land inside a bigger helicopter base. 12 kinds of stud launchers. Also a small hotdog stand that is getting stolen by the crook copter! Fun!
    SumoLego560Heliportsid3windrkbwBaby_Yoda
  • DeMontesDeMontes North YorkshireMember Posts: 604
    Not sure how much value or information the "lego ambassadors" actually have, but one of them on EuroBricks forums has stated that "new product will be announced december 3rd" and has asked them to keep leaks off the boards until then. Maybe he's just talking out of his bum bum, but next monday would be nice if true.

    Personally I wish they'd announce before December.... being a toy collector during the Christmas holiday buying season is pretty difficult and frustrating... trying to balance what I'm buying myself VS what I'm asking for others to buy me VS what I'm buying for other people..... it's a lot for the bank account to handle. XD

    Yes that is correct.
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 12,416
    Also a small hotdog stand that is getting stolen by the crook copter! Fun!
    It's a lighthouse hotdog stand.
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  • BiggiSnibbiBiggBiggiSnibbiBigg GreenlandMember Posts: 31
    DeMontes said:
    Not sure how much value or information the "lego ambassadors" actually have, but one of them on EuroBricks forums has stated that "new product will be announced december 3rd" and has asked them to keep leaks off the boards until then. Maybe he's just talking out of his bum bum, but next monday would be nice if true.

    Personally I wish they'd announce before December.... being a toy collector during the Christmas holiday buying season is pretty difficult and frustrating... trying to balance what I'm buying myself VS what I'm asking for others to buy me VS what I'm buying for other people..... it's a lot for the bank account to handle. XD

    Yes that is correct.
    What is?
  • DeMontesDeMontes North YorkshireMember Posts: 604
    DeMontes said:
    Not sure how much value or information the "lego ambassadors" actually have, but one of them on EuroBricks forums has stated that "new product will be announced december 3rd" and has asked them to keep leaks off the boards until then. Maybe he's just talking out of his bum bum, but next monday would be nice if true.

    Personally I wish they'd announce before December.... being a toy collector during the Christmas holiday buying season is pretty difficult and frustrating... trying to balance what I'm buying myself VS what I'm asking for others to buy me VS what I'm buying for other people..... it's a lot for the bank account to handle. XD

    Yes that is correct.
    What is?
    what he said is.
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  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,830
    Glad to see DD getting some love, it's a great set. But to play devil's advocate for a minute, i think what people don't respond to are the colors more than the design. The pastel scheme places it in a shoebox in terms of real world juxtaposing. There just aren't many cities where those kinds of colors are commonly seen as opposed to every other modular which all have a universal look. Of course this is just my theory, i don't really know if that's true or not...
    I don’t think it’s accurate to describe the cause of AFOLs feeling alienated as a “pastel scheme”. The only pastel color on the Downtown Diner is Light Purple/Bright Pink, and aside from
    the car it only appears as subtle accents. Contrast with Detective’s Office, which used the equally pastel Light Royal Blue rather extensively.

    I also don’t know if it’s accurate to say other modular buildings had a more universal look, particularly Palace Cinema, which is based on one EXTREMELY specific movie theater in Los Angeles with a very uncommon architectural style.

    To be blunt, a lot of AFOLs’ bigger issue with Downtown Diner seems to boil down to “it includes pink.” I doubt any AFOLs would have complained about a modular building with any of the set’s other colors, particularly the long awaited return of Bright Bluish Green/Dark Turquoise/Teal. But because it includes pink, suddenly there are complaints about it looking “too Friends-ish” and so forth.

    Even the streamline moderne style doesn’t seem to have been as great a deal breaker to people as including a “girly” color, and early after the announcement I remember seeing many people on sites like Eurobricks photoshopping it with alternate colors so as to “improve” it.
    twoeyesgirl
  • mikedotcamikedotca Winnipeg, CAMember Posts: 14
    id be surprised if many of the disapprovers of the diner had actually built it because it is a great build, 

    id really like (never going to happen) to see a more grown up design, an Amsterdam style bar/coffeeshop/brothel would be comedy and amazing 
    In a way there is some adult themes already. There is often a backstory to the modular sets rooted in the real life adult experiences of the designers in Billund. Take the DO, the "Highlander' is the local pub, and the prohibition on sugar & cookie smuggling is due to the ban on sugar inside Lego. 
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,231
    The pink doesn't bother me at all. I take it to be a neon sign - it is meant to be bright, and would either be pink, green or bright blue. Blue wouldn't be right next to the teal, and neither would green.

    What bothers me about it is the design, particularly the upstairs. The diner part downstairs is nicely proportioned. The upstairs just doesn't work for me. I know they want to cram in many details but the rooms are carved into such small spaces, they end up feeling inadequate.

    I also don't really get the gym and music studio. How can you do music recordings above a noisy gym?

    oldtodd33Baby_Yoda
  • kbwkbw NCMember Posts: 402
    ^aren’t the recording booths soundproof?
    DeMontessid3windrBaby_Yoda
  • Boardshorts85Boardshorts85 ChicagoMember Posts: 179
    Count me among the select few that loves DD.  Its got such a striking image in my street - I dig it.

    In the grand scheme, I'd put it ahead of CC, MS, TH, PS and possibly BB in terms of visual interest in my street.
  • BrainsluggedBrainslugged England (the grim North)Member Posts: 1,076
    Stick me in the camp that is champing at the bit waiting for leaks, but actually hoping we don't hear anything till the big reveal where we have several dozen hi-res pics of it to pore over.

    And I love the Diner as well. The more variety the better. We wouldn't be a dozen modulars in if Lego stuck to a basic formula every year.
  • youtube_blockheadyoutube_blockhead yorkshire Member Posts: 49
    mikedotca said:
    In a way there is some adult themes already. There is often a backstory to the modular sets rooted in the real life adult experiences of the designers in Billund. Take the DO, the "Highlander' is the local pub, and the prohibition on sugar & cookie smuggling is due to the ban on sugar inside Lego.

    i wouldnt say sugar and pool are comparible to alcohol prostitution and drug use when talking about more adult themes

  • arathemisarathemis sometimes here, sometimes thereMember Posts: 356
    edited November 2018
    24 new messages, and all of them were about DD. What is this? 2017?
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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,231
    arathemis said:
    24 new messages, and all of them were about DD. What is this? 2017?
    Or 1950s.

    FollowsCloselyBaby_Yoda
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 2,707
    mikedotca said:
    In a way there is some adult themes already. There is often a backstory to the modular sets rooted in the real life adult experiences of the designers in Billund. Take the DO, the "Highlander' is the local pub, and the prohibition on sugar & cookie smuggling is due to the ban on sugar inside Lego.

    i wouldnt say sugar and pool are comparible to alcohol prostitution and drug use when talking about more adult themes

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  • Boardshorts85Boardshorts85 ChicagoMember Posts: 179
    Conversation over a EB around a "leak" of an inventory sheet that shows 10264 Creator Garage.  Maybe a neighborhood mechanic with a "greaser" to play off last year's Diner?
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  • piratemania7piratemania7 New EnglandMember Posts: 2,097
    ^ how many helicopters will there be?
    FollowsCloselyBumblepants
  • LegoTTLegoTT Member Posts: 479
    ^ how many helicopters will there be?
    10,264.
    Bumblepants
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,830
    mikedotca said:
    id be surprised if many of the disapprovers of the diner had actually built it because it is a great build, 

    id really like (never going to happen) to see a more grown up design, an Amsterdam style bar/coffeeshop/brothel would be comedy and amazing 
    In a way there is some adult themes already. There is often a backstory to the modular sets rooted in the real life adult experiences of the designers in Billund. Take the DO, the "Highlander' is the local pub, and the prohibition on sugar & cookie smuggling is due to the ban on sugar inside Lego. 
    The Highlander WAS the local pub. My understanding is that it was torn down to create the LEGO House. XD
    MrJackson said:
    That's a really cool idea, but given the polarizing nature of the Downtown Diner's styling, I'm not sure how well that would fly.  I'd be willing to bet there would be a lot of returns from people who don't love it.  I'm also on the no-leaks-at-this-point bandwagon. 
    I mean... I know toy collecting is a MASSIVELY subjective thing, and Lego above all else is very much to each their own.... but I continue not to grasp the hate for DD.

    I left my Dark Ages back in July, and started off with the new '18 Potter sets, then picked up the whole Ninjago Movie line, and a few of the Batman Movie sets. I guess that made Ninjago City and Ninjago Docks my first two modular-type builds...

    Then I got Detective's Office, then Parisian Restaurant, then Brick Bank, and most recently Assembly Square and Downtown Diner - all the ones available through Lego. Just last week I finally found a reasonably priced Pet Shop and added that into my city too.... so I missed out on all the older retired modulars other than Pet Shop, but I still, have enough of them at this point to form an opinion of the line in general... and I absolutely LOVE the diner. I really can not understand why it is such a polarizing and controversial release. The build itself is fantastic, and I really do love the style. I feel like the people complaining that every single building in the modular line don't all follow the same style/height/appearance/era have never set foot into a real city before....

    I can walk down the street and see 40 different architectural styles from different periods in different states of quality from brand-new to disrepair.... I see big buildings and small buildings and huge buildings.... Cities ARE a mish-mash of a bunch of different things, so I see ZERO issue setting a build like DD next to GBHQ and BB and DO.... honestly that is MORE realistic than if every single building was the exact same height and architectural flavor.... very few cities in the world are that uniform, and the ones that are generally are quite boring. Even Amsterdam, which has a ton of old Dutch style buildings, also have a lot of modern and unique buildings around too.... I've yet to read a single logical complaint about DD that actually made any sense to me. I'm not trying to say anyone is "wrong" for not liking it, but I honestly just can't wrap my mind around not enjoying such a unique and fun little set. Does not compute.
    A lot of the hate seems to be for the same reason many people (i.e. a vocal portion of the AFOL community, often far outnumbered by the eventual buyers) hated the Fire Brigade, and the Pet Shop, and the computer in Town Hall, and the Palace Cinema, and the Detective's Office, and the laundromat in the Brick Bank, and the shelf of Creator Expert sets in Assembly Square…

    One complaint I seem to hear most often, and usually from European buyers, is that in their eyes the Modular Buildings should depict architectural styles that might realistically have all coexisted in a single European, pre-WWII city.

    Maybe European cities have less variation in local architecture than Americans are used to seeing, considering our cities are rarely anywhere near as "historic" as European ones to begin with?

    Or maybe it's just that AFOLs from those countries saw what they thought was a pattern among the first three modular buildings (Town Hall, Market Street, and Green Grocer, although the last of which was in fact based on San Francisco architecture) and decided it would remain a hard-and-fast rule for their modular streets.

    In any case, I'm with you, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. I feel like there's a lot more business sense in trying to make the modular buildings feel noticeably different than the ones before them (both roping in new collectors who weren't interested in earlier buildings, and giving old buyers something that feels like something new and different instead of a rehash of what they already have) than in trying to keep them as samey in style and appearance as possible and only varying the types of homes/businesses.

    And even if I did agree that a particular building felt "too different" from what came before, the ideal fix wouldn't be to go back to the presumed old standard or create a new standard based on the new building's architectural style, it would be to keep varying things in more and more ways. After all, if ONE building stands out from what was previously "normal", I certainly understand how it can feel strange or wrong. But if EVERY building stands out from the rest, then standing out BECOMES the new normal! Problem solved!
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  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,830
    CCC said:
    The pink doesn't bother me at all. I take it to be a neon sign - it is meant to be bright, and would either be pink, green or bright blue. Blue wouldn't be right next to the teal, and neither would green.

    What bothers me about it is the design, particularly the upstairs. The diner part downstairs is nicely proportioned. The upstairs just doesn't work for me. I know they want to cram in many details but the rooms are carved into such small spaces, they end up feeling inadequate.

    I also don't really get the gym and music studio. How can you do music recordings above a noisy gym?

    I think a lot of aspects of the modular buildings can feel really weird when you think about the logistics of them. The one that always stood out most to me was the escalators in Grand Emporium, with only one escalator per floor. If they're up escalators, how do people get down? If they're down escalators, how do people get up? Or is it up to the window washer to ferry people in whichever direction the escalators don't go? Never mind Assembly Square requiring you to cut through the bakery and/or dentist's office to enter the photo studio and/or apartment, or cut through the music store to get to the dance studio!
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  • gmonkey76gmonkey76 ChicagoMember Posts: 1,521
     ^and let's not forget the lack of bathrooms.
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  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,453
    ^ And this is exactly why I don't worry about interiors! Buildings of this size can't be made to scale. They do look good sitting on display though.
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  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 12,416
    gmonkey76 said:
     ^and let's not forget the lack of bathrooms.
    They don't need bathrooms.  They just meditate and it goes away.
    MrJacksonhoodaddygmonkey76J0rgenTheBigLegoskiM_Boss
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