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I blame a Monday morning without Lego in the office. Or lack of coffee? Nah, lack of ABS.
I thought I was set to go, then just had to look at one more thing on my want list. That brought me to another store that has some great deals on items that were in carts for other stores. Re-ran the calculations and, although it was more, I was essentially getting the additional want-list items for a great price with essentially zero shipping.
That makes my mind thing, "What else could I find!!??!"
The risk I run is these stores will start selling pieces from my orders, and I'll have to start over again...
Scratching my head and wondering how my LEGO Shop Order wound up here today and potentially to be delivered within a few hours.
So... I'm happily digging out. Twenty seven-ish bags. It was a pretty good haul. And I got a banana!
Maybe next time?
I hadn't really looked at the new range much as I simply bought the two new dragons, but really wish I'd bought #70654 now in the Amazon 3 for 2 a couple of weeks back instead of a spare HP set. I did think about it, but decided it wasn't for me. Based on these figures it could form part of an excellent post apocalyptic diorama. Have to wait until next time I guess.
Post a photo when you're done!
Just edged pass the 900K mark!
Ignore the cost figure, I think there is a bug as I definitely didn't spend THAT much on Lego sets (actual cost is about half of that).
One query, anyone here uses Rebrickable? I believe the loose parts count consist of both PAB that I've entered into the system as well as the spares from the sets? If so, is there any way to see the breakdown?