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Small - Luke's Landspeeder / Iconic ship lots of Minifigs
Medium - Spongebob Build-A-Bob / You need to have one in order to understand.
Large - Green Grocer / Just an incredible set. Beautiful on every level.
Small: Viking Boat against the Wyvern Dragon: A wyvern, a boat, and some vikings. Has everything you need to have fun for a long time.
Medium: Build-A-Bob: Like mackrel said, you need to own one to understand,
Large: Dragon Fortress: As my first post says, it has the beautiful dragon, a great baseplate, the best Oriental Architecture that LEGO ever has had, 2 exclusive minifigs (3 if you don't count a polybag), and that shiny dragon helmet.
Medium-6066 Camouflaged Outpost: Lots of figs and great design.
Large-6277 Imperial Trading Post: Awesome design, great features and unique figs.
It has a lot of cool minifigs, tons of vehicles, and very playable.
Mine has good instructions and bricks, but is missing plankton :( (no box either)
And that is why I love set #3826
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Am sat here right now with the biggest of frowns muttering to myself because I know what I 'should' do!
6399 Airport Shuttle
6377 Imperial trading Post
497 Galaxy Explorer
or 6971 Inter-galactic command base
or 6071 Forestman's Crossing (comes with the Forestwoman)
And I was thinkin' Death Star 10188, the ultimate Star Wars playset with iconic scenes throughout and a great collection of SW figs...word!
Non modular town sets I'd have to go with the agents Robo-Attack set. The giant robot, small Agents plane, civilians to run away in fear, good guys and bad. This set is a joy to build and looks great.
Cool topic AScaryOctopus.
It has two bare sides which "force" you to get other modulars to cover them up!
And then those modulars have their own bare side or two, which require more modulars!
In fact, the modulars will never be complete until there are four corner buildings to form a complete city block!