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The "Top Five..." thread

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  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego FloridaMember Posts: 208
    Mr_Cross said:
    Top five parts I'd like LEGO to make.
    1. Plates with studs on both sides, preferably with bar holes through each stud.
    2. Macaroni slopes in a variety of diameters and inclines, including macaroni cheese!
    3. Technic pins and axle pins that finish with a variety of bars and clips.
    4. More trans yellow windscreens.
    5. Parts with the classic space logo on them.
    Oh, and light bluish grey sausages obviously.
    We need sausages in every single color.
    Mr_Cross
  • arathemisarathemis sometimes here, sometimes thereMember Posts: 248
    Top 5 show that will never be represented by TLG in sets:

    5. Home Alone movies - well, these could be made by TLG as they are not adult oriented, it`s just that the movies are rather old by now. But I`d love the McAlister house, the NY house, the NY Plaza hotel, NY toy store, pizza delivery car from first movie, airport shuttle car, Tree house.
    4. Walking dead - imagine zombie battle pack sets. :)
    3. Family Guy - I`d love a set with Family Guy`s house and all the characters (specially Brian the dog and the baby).
    2. Band of brothers (or similar miniseries) with demolished buildings, some armor sets, soldiers battle packs.
    1. Game of thrones - there could be army battlepacks with Lanister army, Winterfell army, Khalasar army. Epic castles and locations like Winterfel, the Wall, Red Keep, Eerie, the crossroads Inn, The twins, etc

    A.Brickovskycatwrangler
  • colaycolay OxfordshireMember Posts: 63
    buildalot said:
    Top 5 hoarding symptoms: 

    5. Cannot throw away box.
    4. Extra pieces stay with the set, and so does the brick separator.  
    3. Those numbered bags are going to be useful for something. 
    2. Sprues (ex. 3742 flower heads, 6246 tool wheel) are official LEGO parts, must keep. 
    1. Empty sticker sheets... yep gotta save.  
    OMG, it's not just me then?! Damn
    dutchlegofan50
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    arathemis said:
    Top 5 show that will never be represented by TLG in sets:

    5. Home Alone movies - well, these could be made by TLG as they are not adult oriented, it`s just that the movies are rather old by now. But I`d love the McAlister house, the NY house, the NY Plaza hotel, NY toy store, pizza delivery car from first movie, airport shuttle car, Tree house.

    And a way to get a genuine Lego Donald Trump.

    arathemis said:

    3. Family Guy - I`d love a set with Family Guy`s house and all the characters (specially Brian the dog and the baby).

    MegaConstrux (MB) are currently doing buildable Family Guy character sets.

    There are so many knock-off brands doing Game of Thrones and Walking Dead minifigures that it is probably too late for LEGO to enter anyway.
  • OldfanOldfan Chicagoland, IL, USAMember Posts: 580
    An homage to David Letterman's Top 10 lists:

    Top 5 Numbers Between 1 and 5

    1. 4
    2. 1
    3. 3
    4. 2.5
    5. 4
  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego FloridaMember Posts: 208
    Top 5 classic muscle cars that I’d like to build in LEGO

    1. 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
    2. 1970 Chevy El Camino SS
    3. Any Dodge Charger(Hachiroku has a couple of vids on classic Chargers)
    4. AMC Rebel “The Machine”
    5. 1970 Ford Torino Cobra/1969 Ford Torino Talladega

    Honorable Mention: Plymouth Superbird. Idk how to make this look different than the Daytona, as the two have slight differences.
  • BooTheMightyHamsterBooTheMightyHamster Northern edge of London, just before the dragons...Member Posts: 1,136
    I am loving this thread!  
    Good work, people!
    FowlerBricks
  • FizyxFizyx ColoradoMember Posts: 335
    edited January 23
    Oldfan said:
    An homage to David Letterman's Top 10 lists:

    Top 5 Numbers Between 1 and 5

    1. 4
    2. 1
    3. 3
    4. 2.5
    5. 4

    Bah, how could you make a this list and then miss both pi AND e?!  At least you got 2.5 I guess :P
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  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 4,381
    Top five Disney Animated classics that could yield some great LEGO set...

    5. Zootropolis/Zootopia - there’s a lot of great design in the film related to the varying biology of the city’s many residents.

    4. Big Hero 6 - would be higher on the list if it wasn’t mainly about the minifigures

    3. Lilo & Stitch - I mainly want the red police cruiser that Stitch steals at the beginning of the film, but there are a couple of other cool spaceship designs and potential for some interesting Hawaiian scenery builds.

    2. Meet the Robinsons - ok I’m bias on this one because I love the wackyness of the film, but the two time machines, uncle Art’s pizza delivery ship, the “toy” train andthe Robinson’s mansion would all be awesome - plus they could include a T-Rex and a random Tom Selleck minifigure for the hell of it.

    1. Wreck-It-Ralph - Some of the Sugar Rush Cars, the Hero’s Duty escape pods, Nicelander’s apartments and Litwacks arcade, would be an eclectic but awesome theme!
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  • iliketoastiliketoast AustraliaMember Posts: 167
    Top 5 licenses I wish LEGO had:
    1. Futurama
    2. uhh...
    3. Nope, 
    4. Just
    5. Futurama..
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  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 4,381
    And just for the hell of it - top 5 Disney minifigures I want to see in a Disney collectible minifigure series 2

    5. Hades (Hercules) - while he film isn’t one of my favourites I think it would be a great excuse to reuse the Ghost Rider flaming head piece.

    4. Kuzco (The Emporer’s New Groove) - preferably with a llama version as an accessory :-P

    3. Snow White (Snow White & the Seven Dwarves) - Given that it’s animated classic #1 Snow White deserves a spot out of respect.

    2. Giselle (Enchanted) - love the film just for the whole Disney parodying Disney thing - plus a chipmunk as an accessory would be awesome.

    1. Rafiki (The Lion King) - because why would you not want a crazy old man monkey as a minifigure?
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  • Speedman29Speedman29 Brickswell CloseMember Posts: 762
    Top 5 requests from my daughter for extra builds to add to her growing train layout.
    1. A caboose/brake van. Built at the weekend
    2. Buffers. Two sets built the other day
    3. A really cool wagon with an awesome cargo. WIP on the build tray
    4. A car for the Fat Controller to drive on the rails. Just finished
    5. Foot bridge. Already gathering stair pieces
    FizyxFowlerBricksGothamConstructionCocatwrangler
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross UKMember Posts: 295
    Shib said:
    Top five Disney Animated classics that could yield some great LEGO set...

    5. Zootropolis/Zootopia - there’s a lot of great design in the film related to the varying biology of the city’s many residents.

    4. Big Hero 6 - would be higher on the list if it wasn’t mainly about the minifigures

    3. Lilo & Stitch - I mainly want the red police cruiser that Stitch steals at the beginning of the film, but there are a couple of other cool spaceship designs and potential for some interesting Hawaiian scenery builds.

    2. Meet the Robinsons - ok I’m bias on this one because I love the wackyness of the film, but the two time machines, uncle Art’s pizza delivery ship, the “toy” train andthe Robinson’s mansion would all be awesome - plus they could include a T-Rex and a random Tom Selleck minifigure for the hell of it.

    1. Wreck-It-Ralph - Some of the Sugar Rush Cars, the Hero’s Duty escape pods, Nicelander’s apartments and Litwacks arcade, would be an eclectic but awesome theme!
    I love all those films, so don't know where it fits in but I want to add Atlantis to that list. The film isn't one of their best but the design is absolutely outstanding, Mignola fans!
    Fizyx
  • FizyxFizyx ColoradoMember Posts: 335
    Shib said:
    Top five Disney Animated classics that could yield some great LEGO set...

    5. Zootropolis/Zootopia - there’s a lot of great design in the film related to the varying biology of the city’s many residents.

    4. Big Hero 6 - would be higher on the list if it wasn’t mainly about the minifigures

    3. Lilo & Stitch - I mainly want the red police cruiser that Stitch steals at the beginning of the film, but there are a couple of other cool spaceship designs and potential for some interesting Hawaiian scenery builds.

    2. Meet the Robinsons - ok I’m bias on this one because I love the wackyness of the film, but the two time machines, uncle Art’s pizza delivery ship, the “toy” train andthe Robinson’s mansion would all be awesome - plus they could include a T-Rex and a random Tom Selleck minifigure for the hell of it.

    1. Wreck-It-Ralph - Some of the Sugar Rush Cars, the Hero’s Duty escape pods, Nicelander’s apartments and Litwacks arcade, would be an eclectic but awesome theme!

    I would buy just about any and all of the sets released for any of these 5.  Could you imagine either San Fransokyo or Zootopia (the city) getting the Ninjago City treatment?  Or both? Makes me salivate just thinking about it!
    Mr_CrossBrickByBrickstlux
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    edited January 23
    They've done ROTJ, BTTF, ET, Tron (soon) etc so top five 80s sci-fi movies I'd like the minifigs for

    5. They Live
    4. Spaceballs
    3. Escape from New York
    2. Flash Gordon
    1. Blade Runner

    (And so many others)
    FizyxMr_CrossBrickByBrickBumblepantsGothamConstructionCocatwrangler
  • sweetness34sweetness34 San Diego, CA.Member Posts: 288
    edited January 24
    Top 5 Lego lighthouses:

    #75903 Scooby Doo
    #70594 Ninjago
    #5770   Creator
    #31051 Creator
    #41094 Friends
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  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 4,381
    Top 5 licenses I wish LEGO had:
    1. Futurama
    2. uhh...
    3. Nope, 
    4. Just
    5. Futurama..
    Oh, good idea for a list and I’m going to rain on your parade by actually listing five :-P

    5. South Park - never going to happen for the obvious reasons but there could be a lot of fun given some of the really weird storylines featured over the years. Potential sets: Mecha Streisand, Mr Hanky’s Poo-Choo Train, Imaginationland Mayor’s Imagination Flying Machine..etc

    4. Wacky Races - I don’t think this needs any explaination.

    3. Pokemon - smaller creatures done as moulder animals, bigger done as brick builds, some fun potential in some buildings, scenery and team rocket vehicles too!

    2.How to Train Your Dragon - ok I just like dragons, I know Ionix had the licence for this but their sets looked awful! The only reasons I can think for LEGO to have no interest in this IP is that it might eat into some of the Ninjago sales.

    1. The Legend of Zelda - in fairness I could have just said Nintendo in general but I’d particularly like Zelda - given some of the ancient tech stuff as well it seems like a fantasy based theme that LEGO could do well and still include some vehicles (which we know seems to be a basic requirement for a LEGO theme :-P)
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  • BooTheMightyHamsterBooTheMightyHamster Northern edge of London, just before the dragons...Member Posts: 1,136
    Wacky Races...

    /gets all nostalgic
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  • tmgm528tmgm528 Member Posts: 379
    That dang Penelope Pitstop has foiled me again! 

    *wheezed laughing from the side*
    gmonkey76catwrangler
  • colaycolay OxfordshireMember Posts: 63
    CCC said:
    They've done ROTJ, BTTF, ET, Tron (soon) etc so top five 80s sci-fi movies I'd like the minifigs for

    5. They Live
    4. Spaceballs
    3. Escape from New York
    2. Flash Gordon
    1. Blade Runner

    (And so many others)
    I've updated your list! :)

    5. The Lost Boys
    4. Terminator
    3. Ferris Buellers Day Off
    2. Predator
    1. The Goonies (Dimensions doesnt count)
    catwrangler
  • ajm390ajm390 Nelsons own CountyMember Posts: 37
    Top 5 trains I wish Lego would make

    1. InterCity 125
    2. Mallard.
    3. The Rocket.
    4. German Kriegslok
    5. LMS Duchess
    JudgeChuck
  • MAGNINOMINISUMBRAMAGNINOMINISUMBRA Member Posts: 738
    ^Be careful what you wish for.
  • monstblitzmonstblitz Alexandria, VAMember Posts: 566
    Top 5 crappiest Lego Themes:
    1.  Nexo Knights.
    2.  Nexo Knights.
    3.  Nexo Knights.
    4.  Nexo Knights.
    5.  Nexo Knights.
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  • 560Heliport560Heliport Minnesota, USAMember Posts: 35

    ^You just made Galidor very happy!

    FizyxShibMAGNINOMINISUMBRAMr_CrossYodaliciousgmonkey76Oldfanstlux
  • FizyxFizyx ColoradoMember Posts: 335
    Top 5 crappiest Lego Themes:
    1.  Nexo Knights.
    2.  Nexo Knights.
    3.  Nexo Knights.
    4.  Nexo Knights.
    5.  Nexo Knights.

    Lets be honest.  Nexo Knights isn't the best theme... but it is, at worst, mediocre.
    Consider for a minute the following list, and then take a deep breath and look at Nexo Knights again, and it starts to look a lot less bad... :)

    5. Znap (as a stand alone theme.  The utility of some of the pieces is better.  I guess this COULD go for Clikits too, to an extent.)
    4. Clikits
    3. Belville
    2. Scala
    1. Galidor

    Nexo Knights gets a lot of crap, but just remember, it really could be so, SO much worse.
    Mr_Crosscatwranglergmonkey76stlux
  • monstblitzmonstblitz Alexandria, VAMember Posts: 566
    I'm sure there are worse themes, but I wasn't around for those.  For personal preferences, my lists stands!  It's mostly tongue in cheek but Nexo Knights really blows as far as I'm concerned.
    Fizyx
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    ^ And you didn't even need to mention Jack Stone to come up with those five.

    For all the crap that Galidor gets, for what they are (customisable action figures), they are not that bad. When compared to system LEGO they don't fare well. But as action figures, I would have played with them as a kid if only they existed back when I had action figures. I used to love my Six Million Dollar Man Maskatron figure.
    FizyxMr_Crossgmonkey76
  • iliketoastiliketoast AustraliaMember Posts: 167
    edited January 24
    Shib said:
    Top 5 licenses I wish LEGO had:
    1. Futurama
    2. uhh...
    3. Nope, 
    4. Just
    5. Futurama..
    Oh, good idea for a list and I’m going to rain on your parade by actually listing five :-P

    2.How to Train Your Dragon 
    I couldn’t think of five while I was typing my list, so I went for the joke post instead. I’d be all over How to Train Your Dragon if it was ever in LEGO form.

    (Also, I would lose my shtuff if LEGO ever made a Planet Express Building)
    FizyxMr_Cross
  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego FloridaMember Posts: 208
    Top 5 “Why don’t these parts exist in this color” list:

    1. Curved slopes in trans black and trans clear. As a car builder, these would really help with rear windows and lights.
    2. The short fenders in regular blue. There’s medium blue. There’s dark azure. No blue or dark blue.
    3. 1x2 groove tile things in trans black and trans clear. Just seems odd that they’re available in trans red and other trans colors but not these two.
    4. 1x2x2/3 slopes in trans colors. The 1x1x2/3 slope exists in several trans colors, but not this one.
    5. 4x4 wedge with no studs in blue.
    Fizyxcatwranglergmonkey76
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,643
    Top five MOCs I used to build repetitively as a child:

    1. Pteranodons (ah, my love affair with the tilt brick, which made so many things possible)
    2. Hospitals (a friend used to build them obsessively after recovering from a road accident, and I got into it too - we enjoyed making futuristic scanning gadgets using spaceship canopies) 
    3. Playgrounds dominated by massive helter skelter slides... which admittedly were rather angular, but I was limited by the nature of roof tile bricks
    4. Riding schools/gymkhanas (I had a horse phase which did not find expression in actually getting to ride horses)
    5. Space/sci-fi bases and spaceships - you can't beat the classics...
    FizyxricecakeMr_Cross
  • SearchlightRGSearchlightRG AmericaMember Posts: 73
    Top 5 Fantasy Series that could use their own themes:

    5. The Chronicles of Narnia 
    4. Redwall
    3. The Chronicles of Prydain
    2. The Mistmantle Chronicles
    1. Deltora Quest

    Top 5 Dark Lords in need of minifigures

    5. Davros
    4. The Anti-Monitor
    3. Apocalypse
    2. Lord Vortech
    1. SAURON
    FowlerBricks
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 1,984
    Top five MOCs I used to build repetitively as a child:

    1. Pteranodons (ah, my love affair with the tilt brick, which made so many things possible)
    2. Hospitals (a friend used to build them obsessively after recovering from a road accident, and I got into it too - we enjoyed making futuristic scanning gadgets using spaceship canopies) 
    3. Playgrounds dominated by massive helter skelter slides... which admittedly were rather angular, but I was limited by the nature of roof tile bricks
    4. Riding schools/gymkhanas (I had a horse phase which did not find expression in actually getting to ride horses)
    5. Space/sci-fi bases and spaceships - you can't beat the classics...
    I think I was exclusively number 5 in my MOCs. I also loved (and still love) the tilt brick.
    Mr_Crosscatwrangler
  • tmgm528tmgm528 Member Posts: 379
    edited January 25
    I'm sure there are worse themes, but I wasn't around for those.  For personal preferences, my lists stands!  It's mostly tongue in cheek but Nexo Knights really blows as far as I'm concerned.
    Am I the only one who still really really dislikes Chima? Weren't we all in agreement on that here when we first saw it? :P 

    When did these opinions change! 

    And to throw in my Top 5 list - 
    Top 5 Reasons I have no money: 
    1. College
    2. College
    3. College
    4. College
    5. Bitcoin Investment - Kidding, College

  • MeganLMeganL California, USAMember Posts: 55
    edited January 25
    Oooh, great topic! 

    Top five responses to my husband when he mutters something about me having "too much LEGO"

    1.  "What's your point?"
    2.  "I don't think so.  It doesn't fill a room (yet)."
    3.  "There are others who have larger collections than me!  Mine is small by comparison."
    4.  "At least I don't want the Millenium Falcon."
    5.  "You keep using that phrase.  I don't think it means what you think it means." (apologies for paraphrasing The Princess Bride)
    FizyxBumblepantsSearchlightRGMr_CrossMegtheCatLittleLoricatwranglersid3windrstlux
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    ^ "You can still see the flooring in some places"
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  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 4,229
    edited January 25
    Ultra Agents villains were all amazing and highly underrated. Honestly better than a lot of the DC/Marvel stuff but just don't have the high level of lore or nostalgia. Here are my five favorites:

    1. Terabyte - Incredible details on the helmet with trans green worked in and a great 8-bit space invaders style shirt under a high tech jacket. Just amazing stuff.

    2. Electrolyzer - Another amazing dual-molded helmet and he also (IIRC) a glow in the dark face. Bonus points for rarity as he only appeared in the sadly short lived Ocean HQ which is a phenomenal set in its own right.

    3. Invizable - This guy is loaded with swagger from the hat to the shades to the minifig medallion around his neck. 

    4. Toxikita - Radioactive punk rocker. The green hair and details like the potion bombs on her studded pants give extra life to her minifig. Also pretty sure I saw her at Warped Tour in '03

    5. Psyclone - The details on the rebreather mask would male Plo Koon blush. His helicopter pack is great too. Also, his name is brilliant. Clone. Psychic. Force of nature with a helicopter pack. Great stuff.


    Yes, yes, I left off Anti-Matter the lead villain along with Infearno and Prof. Brainstein with his mech etc etc. Yes those are also great but five was the limit and these are my picks.

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  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 4,229
    Update: Just looked at Professor Brainstein with Mech on Bricklink and he is worth $40-50! Came in a $20 set no less. I wonder if my kids would notice if he left their collection and joined mine?
    gmonkey76FizyxYodalicious
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 8,445
    ^ I had a similar connundrum with a blue-coat Bilbo Baggins.  

    They got over it... and were easily distracted by new product in their shinny boxes.
    gmonkey76Fizyxmak0137Yodalicious
  • SeanTheCollectorSeanTheCollector BirminghamMember Posts: 521
    Top 5 themes I want to totally unload (but haven't found the energy to do so):

    1. Ninjago
    • 69 sets, 25502 pcs, £2138 brickset value, 7.3% complete
    • got all year 1 sets and many sets from later years but there are just too many sets being produced for a theme I'm not totally in love with (unlike Minecraft and Elves which I'm still totally hooked on)!
    2. Nexo Knights
    • 35 sets, 10597 pcs, £823 brickset value, 55% complete
    • got all year 1 sets but year 2 was a total turn off! :(
    3. Atlantis
    • 23 sets, 5505 pcs, £471 brickset value, 100% complete
    • picked up all sets from eBay after they retired :(
    4. DC Super Hero Girls
    • 11 sets, 3900 pcs, £390 brickset value, 100% complete
    • picked up all sets at 50% off :)
    • but not sure why I bothered! :(
    5. Legends of Chima
    • 9 sets, 2121 pcs, £168 brickset value, 1% complete
    • picked up a small subtheme but thankfully stopped it at that! :)
    Bumblepantscatwrangler
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    Top five reseller bargains due to Tesco cock-ups:

    1. Atlantis Portal #8078 £3.50
    2. Technic Pick-Up #9395 £6.97
    3. Hulk's Helicarrier Breakout #6868 £12.00
    4. Star Wars Battle of Hoth (game) #3866 £5.00
    5. Ramses Pyramid (game) #3843 £5.00

    FizyxSalamalexcatwrangler
  • BooTheMightyHamsterBooTheMightyHamster Northern edge of London, just before the dragons...Member Posts: 1,136
    Why does my local Tesco never have any Lego, let alone at cock-up prices?
    Mr_Cross
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    They were all online ones. But back in the good old days.
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross UKMember Posts: 295
    My son's top five best ever sets that he owns (he is six).
    1. #60161 - jungle exploration - his main Christmas present from us, he has built and dismantled this every three to four days since Christmas.
    2. #31058 - creator dinosaurs 3in1 - the main T-Rex makes a brilliant dragon if you add wings to it. This set is one of the first ones he got for himself. Many hours of happy father son time :)
    3. #60159 - jungle half-track - "it has a black panther and a crocodile!". This was a well judged Christmas present from my brother for him and has been built at least six times if not many more.
    4. #31031 - creator parrot 3in1 - a set he chose himself using birthday money last year.
    5. #60158 - jungle helicopter - another well judged present for him from a friend.                     "Oh, and,"
    6. #31066 - creator space shuttle 3in1 - another set he chose this himself in a toy shop when we were on holiday.
    He has already asked for more of the Jungle theme, he wants the new mythical creatures 3in1 and he's asked if he can help me build the Mega-Falcon (our family name for what's known as the 'MilF' round these parts).

    In November he was regularly asking for help but now he doesn't let me! Both proud and a little sad that I'm not allowed to "help" much anymore, because I really, really like the look of the jungle sets.
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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,558
    ^ If you can get hold of one, I'd also recommend the #31024 Roaring Power 3-in-1. It's a car. It's a plane. It's a dinosaur.
    Mr_Cross
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Minnesota, USAMember Posts: 35
    ^I vote we make "Mega-Falcon" the official name of #75192!
    Mr_Cross
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross UKMember Posts: 295
    @CCC, thanks for the recommendation, I reckon he'd love that!
  • MrJacksonMrJackson Member Posts: 137
    Top 5 Unappreciated in their time, but with hindsight I wish there were more of:
    5. Ultra Agents (the Ocean HQ is one of the most severely underrated sets I've ever seen)
    4. The $10/$5 when discounted gift sets like the wedding sets and cake toppers. I know they crank out these every year but they're perfect gifts from the casual fan for the absolute lunatic AFOL in their lives, even if we probably already have.
    3. Any animal-heavy set. When are we going to finally get a zoo??????
    2. Unitron
    1. Sand Red. 
    BumblepantscatwranglerMr_Cross
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