Sunday, November 6, 2011

The Golden Mine

It looks that TLG has found a golden mine under every stone they give a kick.
Ok... almost every stone...

After the Ninjago Booster Packs, if they start to produce Series of Collectable Minifigs or whatever, for each new theme released, I bet it will hurt the wallets from many!

Now, I demand a Series of Collectable Technic Figs!!... 

And I'll skip the Ninjagos, of course!


Anonymous said...

I would like to see a new female Technic Fig. Especially my girlfriend would appreciate that.

Alex Campos said...
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Alex Campos said...

I don't think a techfig collection would be very interesting: they aren't as recognisable as minifigs (since they haven't come up in Technic sets for a long time, many kids don't even know they exist), take up more space, and any accessories for them are less likely to be able to be reused: just think of the myriads of different, one-use-only Bionicle/Hero Factory elements. Plus, they're not as cute. ;)

@grohl: How about Belville figs? They have the exact same level of articulation as techfigs, excepting their hands, which have a minifig-like diameter. I once took a picture of my Belville fig together with a techfig, a minifig, and a black cat for each of them, but didn't get to upload it. I'll do it later when I get home, if I don't forget.

Joshua Delahunty said...

Galidor? Jack Stone? Scala (jewelry)? :-)

Parda said...

Wow! I thought for a moment that TLC were going to take out a series of technic figures! But no... I really demand it too

@AVCampos I can't believe that a technic fan don't like the idea of new technic figures, they are awesome fiends for afols :-)

TechnicBRICKs said...

The point is not whether TLG has plans to do it or not, but if you would like the idea or not. :D

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