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I'm collecting the modular buildings - I have everything after the Palace Cinema (everything before is out of print), as well as a couple of Ninjago sets that fit dimensionally.
I was considering also collecting the mini-modulars. Based on Wikipedia (I know), I could see the mini-modular set (10230) as well as 8 'bricktober' sets, meaning this wouldn't be a huge undertaking.
However, on this site, there's many more 'mini' sets marked as mini modulars. Would I be correct therefore in thinking there are way more than 8 official mini modular buildings in addition to 10230? If so, is there an easy way to see a list of these?
Thanks in advance.
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As far as I’m aware, there isn’t really a list of “official” mini modulars, it’s just a category AFOLs made up for micro-scale buildings. I could be wrong though, and someone will probably educate me shortly :)
Maybe I'll limit my collection to the creator expert modulars.
Let the tomato throwing begin.
(I may have just started a war)
But I agree with @oldtodd33, there's not an official mini-modulars list.
The database isn't for hyper-technical collector definitions of sets, themes and minute distinctions.
(And Market Street is a modular, even though we all hate it.)
All my official mini modulars are still boxed, but I've created this mini display from all the MOC builds out there. :)
Edit: Just noticed my post is 888 which in Chinese means prosperous. So huat ah!
Anyway can look forward to 999, which represents longevity. :D
Don't mind me, now back to the thread topic.
(And for those of you that get that reference, you're a dorkity-dork Dorkasaurus Rex.)
1000000010000100 'likes' can't be wrong.
(I promise, last post utilizing this nonsense.)