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I've been thinking that I might add some extension to the front of my Bag-end as well now that I've done the side and back and this is similar to what I had in mind. Adding a pathway for Gandalf is of course vital.
I'm just finishing off the back of the house now. Managed to acquire all 13 Dwarves so I've had to extend out quite a bit to accommodate them.
It's definitely a tight fit!
Love the spoiler action too!
The Arc De Triomphe?
Finished it this evening
I prefer your layout to mine. You've given them extra rooms. I've just extended out from the original baseplate.
Overdone the food and underdone the architecture.
I will say this--the instructions in the box proved useful for Venkman's "proton pack" in 71228 (seriously, 11 pieces is a large number for a minifig accessory--ATVs tend to not have many more parts than that), but that's it. Unless the figure has some complicated accessory to be directly attached to them, ost people well versed with Lego won't need instructions for a minifigure, it's pretty much second nature.
and I will be adding power functions to the coaster.
I will be taking better videos of the coaster and I have some neat ideas that I will be adding to the videos. I plan to add this to the Ferris Wheel and Carousel that I have already built. I also plan on do some mods to all of them in the distant future. The Roller Coaster is worth it even if it's on the expensive side and huge.
Taking it slowly to maximise the enjoyment.
(The NDA will be lifted later today.)
WHAT'S THAT KNIFE FOR UNISITHY!!!!?
In honour of @Legopants's box opening pictures, although he might have a heart attack just from looking at this picture ;)
@Legoboy on the other hand has probably either broken out in a cold sweat, shouted 'Noooooooooo' just like Vader shouldn't have done or is currently putting on a pair of ruby red high heels and is repeating to himself 'there's no place like home' to try and escape what he's witnessing. ;)
That's a ruddy big knife!!!
You go ahead @stlux - Lego is for building :-)
Just as long as you post a photo once you've built it :-)
Backlog delay currently 2 to 5 years ;-)
Need to open another set soon...
Removing the instruction booklet reveals 3 numbered bags and 2 large rubber tires.
@Baby_Yoda I'm sure they could normally get away with that, but I'm a contrarian. None of the other participants on the Inside Tour uses minidolls for their build challenge? I'll do a Friends build. People don't usually open their LIT set. Let's cut the seals and build it!
Contents of bag 1:
The space for the Technic steering mechanism is only 1 stud wide, but seems to work.
Bit surprised to have relatively large parts left, but am pretty sure I didn't miss anything.