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I understand why they did it that way, since it's more intuitive and lots of people may not know how Roman numerals work... but yeah, that's still pretty funny.
Picture of entrance 54:
So actually: big thumbs up to TLG for getting it right.
So a big set might end up having all it's individual and cumulative parts weighed dozens of times. So for an error to make it all the way through to the finished product, it must have been missed potentially a dozen times or more. Just one way that Lego ensures missing pieces are as rare as unicorn poop. And if there is a missing piece... 999 times out of 1000 it will be user error.
I don’t have first-hand knowledge of this, but it's what I've always believed to be the case. Either way, I can't believe they'd get rid of bags within bags. Interesting theory though.
In the instructions for #75300 Tie Fighter the 1x4 plate in step 29 was added in step 28
The "call out" states only one of the 1L bar w/ 1x1 round plate, but obviously requires two for the step.
Where is that image from? I don’t see it in the images on Brickset.