Zahru II wrote:
My wallet is afraid now.
solvess wrote:... because they wont make guns(See second quote) ....
The basic aim is to avoid realistic weapons and military equipment that children may recognize from hot spots around the world and to refrain from showing violent or frightening situations when communicating about LEGO products. At the same time, the purpose is for the LEGO brand not to be associated with issues that glorify conflicts and unethical or harmful behavior.
stubby wrote: my floppy penis gets first dibs on it for tradition's sake, but it doesn't seem likely that he'll want to stick around long enough to play.
Zahru II wrote:Actually the only thing that keeps me excited is how warcraft weapons will turn out for minifigs. If we're getting a minifig-scale frostmourne, then sign me up.
Ham701 wrote:Megablox appealing to an older audience? But don't children over the age of 9 have enough sense to see the LEGO superiority?
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:I generally agree with TzanWarhead wrote:I agree with QuantumSmurfer.
I agree with Warhead.
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