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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

Dec 29, 2012

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Why do you make stuff out of plastic and not cement, bricks, steel etc.:smileytongue: @HappyFace You still haven't answered my question:smileytongue:

Because building with plastic elements is fun...

 

And safer then cement bricks.

 

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

Dec 29, 2012
I got a Robin Hood prince of thieves Lego set when I was younger.

The movie had just been released and Bryan Adams "everything I do" was on perpetual loop by every radio station in the world.

Anyway the Lego set managed to somehow suck more than the movie so I spent my time rebuilding the boring Tudor style buildings into MadMax style apocalypse vehicles.
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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

Dec 29, 2012
@Makuta<br> How so?

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

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escjsc wrote:
@Makuta<br> How so?

How is plastic safer then cement bricks?

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

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1. It is cheaper
2. Less involved
3. toys for kids
4. Adults enjoy them
5. Practical usage for miniaturised engineering projects
6. When you're done builsing said rocket ship, you can fly the rocketship
7. More practical than axtually building the death star


Just to name a few reasons, escjsc


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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

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Samokoske wrote:
1. It is cheaper
2. Less involved
3. toys for kids
4. Adults enjoy them
5. Practical usage for miniaturised engineering projects
6. When you're done builsing said rocket ship, you can fly the rocketship
7. More practical than axtually building the death star


Just to name a few reasons, escjsc

 

I don't think you could do 7, financially or legally.

 

 

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

Dec 29, 2012

Makuta1213 wrote:

Samokoske wrote:
1. It is cheaper
2. Less involved
3. toys for kids
4. Adults enjoy them
5. Practical usage for miniaturised engineering projects
6. When you're done builsing said rocket ship, you can fly the rocketship
7. More practical than axtually building the death star


Just to name a few reasons, escjsc

 

I don't think you could do 7, financially or legally.

 

 


...Oops...

 

Don't let the government know about my half-finished Death Star, then...OK?

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

Dec 29, 2012
@Samo
What about the rocket's fuel? Or does it use plastic?

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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

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Driven by the poqer of your imagination. Just like a toy! But getting a fully functional mechanic prototype out of legos have been done before.


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Re: STARHAWK Lego thread

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My sons a Lego fanatic. Put it this way for Christmas he got 7 Star Wars Lego sets and 4 knex sets. He's my little engineer. As I said in the other thread we started a razorback last night. If we get to it Ill post a picture.
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