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I'm working on my new Lego set! It's.... large.

I'm keeping a log of the construction here: http://chris.batteyfamily.org/StarDestroyer/
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*Glitterfey hands DarthParadox his trench coat.

You're gonna need that +2 right about now. ;)

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Lego set is complete. Pictures forthcoming.
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Boys and their toys...

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Good god, where the hell did you get that thing? And how can I get one? :D

I've determined that Legos are instruments of infinite good. After all, idle hands are the devil's playground...and what's better for idleness than a 3000 piece Lego set?
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I got it on the Lego online store.
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My son got the Lego Hogwart's Castle for Xmas- he hasn't left it alone since then. He and I have currently got this evolving Gormenghast thing growing. I work on it at night, and he runs out to see what I've changed or added every morning. He makes changes while I'm at work, and can't wait to show me what he's done when I get home. Good Times...

Oh, and he is very, VERY envious of you and your ISD, Darth... :)

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RJ Shep wrote:My son got the Lego Hogwart's Castle for Xmas- he hasn't left it alone since then. He and I have currently got this evolving Gormenghast thing growing. I work on it at night, and he runs out to see what I've changed or added every morning. He makes changes while I'm at work, and can't wait to show me what he's done when I get home. Good Times...

Oh, and he is very, VERY envious of you and your ISD, Darth... :)
The ISD, by the way, is marked for ages 16 and up. I don't think I've ever seen a Lego set with that age limit before.
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Has anyone seen the Legoland version of 2001: A Space Odessey, Gods, I thought I was going to bust a gut! They managed to get most of the plot in less than 5 minutes...

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