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All jokes aside, I like it. I want to do the same with mine and I tried, but I gave up. I am looking forward to seeing it when it's done...and with better photographs :)
I need to stop checking this forum while at work. My coworkers must think I'm insane constantly busting out laughing spontaneously.
Edit: I also need a lot of pieces.
So as an example surely they must be considering sales of last year’s #76108 with this years #76131. The sanctorum as seen is a full complete building. Whereas the compound is more a city styled building, smaller scale, no back. But more of a play set with additional vehicles & characters. At a price $10 more. All these factors have to weigh in. How did #78031 do being a complete build styled as vintage town, given the relative success (or lack of) of the movie? I’d be interesting to know how the analysis is done & how the decisions are made.
Surely the sales & expanding success has to bring forth more complete buildings in all themes. I guess all I can do now is go & buy more that I like & hope that translates into more that I want to buy!