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Growing up I had lots of sets I would combine and try to build larger and more creative builds. I still found myself limited to the amount of pieces I had. Might try Lego Worlds on console to complete my childhood builds.

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If I won the lottery, I would have millions of Lego pieces and conduct badass D&D campaigns using Lego stages and minifig characters.

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Yeah, I do. But, I only buy original Lego sets. Nothing based of licenses. While the M Falcon set is amazing. It's still a property I can buy as a normal display model. I go for Lego's stuff they create. I have most of my childhood sets. And a few newer ones. Mainly technic. I love assembling 2000 piece planes and boats. If anyone cares. I made a timelapse video of a set: https://youtu.be/vFR8T1RW70A

SonytendoAmiibo said:
LivingMetal said:

Thankfully, almost everything I bought for Dimensions was on sale.  Of course there were times a better sale came around right after I had made a purchase. It happens.  And then there is the elusive Green Arrow that was only available as a limited edition at some gaming conference.  It's been hovering around $40 on Amazon, but I grabbed one for $22 on ebay.  Yes, $22 for plastic and a data chip is pushing it over the edge, but at least I have one.

I also have the Supergirl as well.

 

I noticed these packages are not opened yet.......

Those are actually pics I found on the interwebz.  Here are mine among the DC team:

Yes, they are worth more unopened.  But I pay to play.  This whole collectibles for monetary gain is something I did back in the 80s and 90s.



LivingMetal said:
SonytendoAmiibo said:

 

I noticed these packages are not opened yet.......

Those are actually pics I found on the interwebz.  Here are mine among the DC team:

Yes, they are worth more unopened.  But I pay to play.  This whole collectibles for monetary gain is something I did back in the 80s and 90s.

 

Same here. I think I have more amiibo out of packaging than I do new in box. It's Nintendo's evil little peice of tinfoil they put under the amiibo so you cant scan them unless you open them. Pure evil.

   

Hey! They got SONY on my amiibo! Wait a minute. Two great gaming tastes that game great together!

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SonytendoAmiibo said:
LivingMetal said:

Those are actually pics I found on the interwebz.  Here are mine among the DC team:

Yes, they are worth more unopened.  But I pay to play.  This whole collectibles for monetary gain is something I did back in the 80s and 90s.

 

Same here. I think I have more amiibo out of packaging than I do new in box. It's Nintendo's evil little peice of tinfoil they put under the amiibo so you cant scan them unless you open them. Pure evil.

Going off topic, I have a Peach and Samus Amiibo just because.



archer9234 said:
Yeah, I do. But, I only buy original Lego sets. Nothing based of licenses. While the M Falcon set is amazing. It's still a property I can buy as a normal display model. I go for Lego's stuff they create. I have most of my childhood sets. And a few newer ones. Mainly technic. I love assembling 2000 piece planes and boats. If anyone cares. I made a timelapse video of a set: https://youtu.be/vFR8T1RW70A

My first three set were a police station, fire station, and a helicopter rescue.  That was back in 1977 when I was 5.  Well, the house caugtht on fire just weeks before Christmas that year.  Everyone was safe which was the most important thing, and we spent Christmas at my grandparents.  But those vintage sets are long gone.