morganm wrote:Hey I'm also switching from metal / plastic minis to Lego for all our PathfinderLITERPG gaming.
I looked at a few sets when I was at Wal-Mart. They look cool. I don't care for the extra gamey bits like the Ninjago stuff but whatever; I don't have to use it.
The minifigs look rad though. Love the new heads, torso / leg designs, new pieces, etc. etc. Some of the sets looked like a quick way to get several rubber tank treads which I'm lacking.
So I really don't care about the Chima line, its story, or whatever.... I just like the new pieces =)
Dragon Magazine #324, October 2004 wrote:
Overwatch_Elite wrote:All you do is fight and derail threads and shit up the forums like holy fuck I'm actually trying to shit up the forums but you guys are beating me so bad at it
Ben-Jammin wrote:stubby wrote:Dragon Magazine #324, October 2004 wrote:
stubby wrote:omg noob, balrogs are maiars too, don't you know anything
Redback wrote:That's one thing that stands out about this series for me, the whole combination of fantasy and sci-fi. Most series go one way or the other, either being technology with laser guns, spaceships and such, or being swords, palaces, horses and stuff. But here we get a nice inbetween: Castles, swords, laserguns, battlesuits, speeder bikes, axes, energy weapons, planes... Basically everything that makes a Brikwars game any fun.
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