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In retrospect, Duplos have been a better choice because they’re tougher, but we’re still getting lots of fun out of the larger blocks in the Lego set. Here’s what I learned that might be helpful to parents of children AND fids. 🙂
I recently picked up Pet Shop and as a completist will likely be BrickLinking the retired modulars. Do you know if there is a guide or any other info on the rare/expensive pieces I should be looking out for? If not, I don’t mind doing things manually (and I know of programs like Brickficiency that can help).
This is a solid set. The camper is 6 studs wide. The directions are straight forward. There is a fair amount of stickers for this set so some younger builders might need some help with application. I like the storage on top of the camper for vests and oars. I for the price this set is almost perfect. My only complaints would be the following:
The mini figures included are: crane driver, financier, architect, bricklayer, two glaziers, a painter, a tiler, and two labourers.  There is a good mix of male and female figures with women occupying main roles (Architect & Crane driver) Plenty of room to bring in your Collectible mini figure Carpenter from series 13 and Plumber from series 9. On the top is the Welder from series 11.
It was also stated that LEGO is planning to release more Modular sets in the future. There’s no mentioning of which sets will be coming but for now, at least we don’t have to resort to BrickLinking parts to recreate them. Check out the full press release below as well as an image of the sets.
Crayon Maker with Story Studio , Turn bits of old crayons into new color-swirl crayons with the Crayola Crayon Maker and star in your own custom-colored comic-book stories with the Crayola Story Studio.
It is no secret that other LEGO orientated fan websites comment on PC set in the similar fashion: as for the investment portfolio one has to take into account: a) its been on the market for such a looooooooong time.. b) RRP purchase price is quite low given the number of the bricks in the set.. c) it just “went off” (released) at the time when Town Hall retired and suddenly everybody realised the potential of modulars.. so sure.. buy it at all costs and hope that in 5-years future you would be still able to sell it at least at the purchase costs.. .. you cant be so naive as to think that this “piece of article” is some sensational investment tip, are you?? 😀
@rocao… I shouldn’t have said “overpriced”…. I should have used the term “more expensive”…. generally (if the buildings were of solid LEGO) the 2x factor would have lead to a price 8 times (2 to the 3rd power) as much. But since these are hollow structures, a price difference of 4 times would be more appropriate.
The Ninjago Temple of Airjitzu is for the adult who still has enough imagination to really enjoy their toys. It is a challenging build with intricate parts. And with over 10 mini figures, expect a ninja revolt if you don’t play with it on a regular basis.
This was the perfect gift for my son. Challenging but manageable and a pleasure for him to build. He could not have been happier. Very impressive looking and through in design and function. The perfect gift and an ideal keepsake with many happy memories for him and for our family.

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