Can you suggest me next lego set?

ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
Hi I have just built my first lego set it was 21309 and it was amazing. Can you suggest me some really good lego set? I was searching for something space related but I did not found anything except star wars that Im not big fan. I was thinking about sticking with one theme lego sets my favourite themes are harry potter and architecture(but some sets looks really bad in my opinion). Can you suggest me some good lego set? And is it good to stick with one theme legos or it doesnt matter?
LEGOFan2

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  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,374
    #10231 Shuttle Expedition
    madforLEGOdmcc0LEGOFan2mak0137
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,779
    Something from Harry Potter, depending on your budget.
    LEGOFan2
  • ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
    I have decided that I will go with harry potter sets, should I buy sets from 2018 or older? 

    Right now prices in my shop for harry potter lego sets are:
    #71043 350€ 
    #75955 72€
    #75956 35€
    #75954 85€
    #75953 60€
    #75950 17€
    #75952 40€
    #75951 28€

    Are theese prices okay or should I wait for some discount?
    LEGOFan2
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,779
    Go for the current sets. They are the first releases of this period. Forget about the ones from ~2010 or before. They tend to be expensive and will probably be redone anyway.
    BumblepantsLEGOFan2
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,458
    If you plan to build the set and leave it built for display, get the ones that you would most want to display. As for prices, check over at Brickset.com, Bricklink, and SOLD listings on eBay and you can get a good handle on what each set is currently selling for. Unless you really want the set, avoid paying full retail price.
    LEGOFan2
  • ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
    Okay thank you very much, I will go with 
    #75955(72€) and 75954(85€) theese 2 look the best I think. I was checking ebay, amazon and bricklink but I did not found anything with better price. Few of them were cheaper but Im from Slovakia so shipping would be too high
    LEGOFan2
  • ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
    edited April 22
    Also I have got offered theese 3 brickheadz for 40€ with shipping, is it good deal? all of them are retired already

    #41615
    #41621
    #41616

    All 3 of them are built with box and manual. Also Im new here is there any way I can check if it is not fake lego? 

    This is the photo 
    LEGOFan2
  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 487
    Something from Pirates, based on your title post
    Gibbo1959560HeliportmonstblitzmsandersBaby_Yoda
  • mh3490mh3490 NW Indiana Member Posts: 316
    Saturn V rocket is a great set or Voltron very interesting and fun builds 
    mak0137
  • Phantom107Phantom107 The NetherlandsMember Posts: 68
    Save up for the rollercoaster #10261, having so much fun
  • ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
    Thank you all for suggestions, I have already decided for brickheadz, I was lucky anough to buy whole collection from one guy that needed money so I will start to collect them because I really like them too.
  • TheBrickTankTheBrickTank NetherlandsMember Posts: 49
    @ersi , in your opening post you asked if it's wise to stick to one theme. Honestly, I try to stick to sets I think I can integrate in my small city layout, but sometimes a set is so good, I just have to get it. In some cases, like with the Harry Potter Great Hall, I will inegrate in my city somehow. With others, like the Saturn V and Voltron, I will just display. 

    Longg story short. If you see a set you really like, that makes you smile and makes your heart beat faster, that's the one you should get. There are no rules with Lego. Just have fun!
    560HeliportbrickventuresM1J0E
  • ersiersi SlovakiaMember Posts: 220
    @TheBrickTank
    thank you very much :)
    TheBrickTank
  • MrJacksonMrJackson Member Posts: 322
    I think a lot of it also depends on how you intend to play with or display them. Like TheBrickTank, I have a city layout in my basement, so I tend to stick to City sets, modulars, or Creator sets like the Sunshine Camper Van that work in that.  Other display pieces, like the Architecture sets I have, or UCS and Creator Expert vehicles, as well as one-offs like the Saturn V or my employee holiday gifts are also on display, or will be after Saturday's IKEA trip. You could drive yourself nuts going after every set of every theme, so pick where your interests lie and build on those. There's enough out there to flesh out almost every niche that you could want to fill.
    stluxersiTheBrickTank
  • Pumpkin_3CK5Pumpkin_3CK5 CaliforniaMember Posts: 768
    Space related? Great timing since they've just released pics of the city summer sets. Most of them look pretty cool. 
    LEGOFan2
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