Ever since my mom got her job at LEGOLAND, everyone just wants to go nuts with the whole thing. On our mantle, we have 20-25 minifigures that mom has stolen off of her own badge when kids trade her. Among those are a stormtrooper, C-3PO, the new Darth (I don’t know his name), Harry Potter, Hagrid, Gandalf, Olaf (Which I think isn’t a minifigure), a witch, a banshee, a pirate, Frankenstein with a guitar, a goat-man, and a jewel thief. A lot, I know.
My brother has a LEGO chess set, which included 32 minifigures and step-by step instructions on how to put it together. 900 pieces later, he has it set up. And I think he has it all apart in his bedroom currently…
Anyway, my younger sister has two LEGO Elves sets. She has an oasis and a bakery type thing. She loves playing with it, reinventing her pieces to make all new things. That’s probably why I don’t know exactly what she has.
My older sister has a three in one set that can make a dragon, a snake, and a scorpion. Super cool, but only makes one creature at a time. Right now we have it set on scorpion on our LEGO shelf. She also has the Mystery Machine from Scooby Doo. It comes with Fred, Shaggy, Scooby, and a zombie. Where are the girls? Oh well. It’s really cool because the back opens up so it’s not unseen.
And as for me, I have a spaceship, with two astronauts, and a satellite. Cool in it’s own way, but isn’t that kinda boring? Because there’s more.
DOCTOR WHO ladies and gentlemen, I have a 623 piece set of the control room with a detachable TARDIS. It comes with a Peter Capaldi (12th doctor), Matt Smith (11th doctor), Clara, and a weeping angel minifigures! Was hoping for Tennant, but I can’t complain. It also has the pieces to make two daleks. It’s also an Ideas set, which means that they’re looking for ideas to make more. I’m thinking the weeping angel hotel or a cyberman ship. Or, the triceratops episode ship. That was really cool.
LEGO are supposed to be for kids, I know, but so are kids movies. My younger siblings bring out the kid in me all the time. It’s a force of habit. *giggles*