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Thanks for the video!
Well, at least it's an improvement over the atrocity included in the Monster Fighters Werewolf set. ;-)
Please please please post some clear pictures :). Its interesting that they kept the spiders and barrels and labelled them as a preview to the trilogy since those scenes aren't in the first movie.
Wonder what the price points will be? Ill get one of each, to complete my collection. At least I won't have to buy multiples of the big one like I had to for helms deep. This wave will be easier on the wallet.
I haven't seen what the Goblin King looks like in the film, but this is what the Bridge Direct figure looks like:
I like Bag End the most I would say; especially as it has my favourite dwarfs from the book (Balin and Bombur) and the one who's look I like the most from the film, Bofur (James Nesbitt :D ).
Aragorn in Gondor Armour/Breastplate with crown
Denethor and Faramir (maybe with another Boromir to make a family pack!) - it's a bit Rohan centred at the moment with Theoden and Eomer and the Rohan Soldiers
Elrond (OK, he's coming as a special)
Gandalf the White
Sauron (maybe as a flashback with Isildur)
General battle packs of orcs and uruks and men (Gondor and Rohan) and elves.
A small set with Smeagol and Deagol and some fishing rods and a boat.
Either way, it wouldn't be in TLGs favour, as people would skip the more expensive sets and just buy the cheaper battle packs.
Something from Gondor would be great. Are we likely to get any more LOTR sets though? Or is it just a few waves of The Hobbit for the next couple of years to accompany the films?
My only disappointment is the absence of any kind of set involving Elrond's Last Homely House in Rivendell. But you can't have everything.
I actually liked the LOTR sets better than these, even though they are ridiculously overpriced.
If, as y2josh suggested, this franchise will only survive 2-3 years tops, this will be an utter disappointment.