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 =)
Ben-Jammin wrote:stubby wrote:Dragon Magazine #324, October 2004 wrote:
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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