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- Featured BrickList Compiled by pmiaki. Updated 05 May 2019. Contains 26 sets.The 'Official' list of Lego sets I have designed since starting work at Lego in 2012. I had a lot of help, I've tried to point out as best as I can who helped on what.
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- Compiled by Dentarthurdent. Updated 24 October 2009. Contains 7 sets.This compilation of sets is a handy tool for anyone looking to adorn their homes, cottages, kingdoms or desktop backgrounds with what are, without any doubt, superb efforts by the Lego company to make replicas of household utensils through their crafty manufactures.
Magnificently littered with a range of significantly gray Star Wars battleships, cruisers and other 'things,' this list is definitive and a panacea for all Star Wars fans, non-fans and slavish devotees. The recommendations made for the proper utilization of these sets are in no way prescriptive and should be tested thoroughly before being put into practical use. Use this list at your own risk. Enjoy.
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- Compiled by Dentarthurdent. Updated 03 April 2010. Contains 8 sets.This bricklist is the controversial companion to its predecessor and consists of those sets that really should have been thought a bit more about before being released by Lego. Superbly littered with a collection of those painstakingly annoying sets that made you cringe, this list will enlighten you in ways unimaginable. The set with the worst design. The set with the utterly useless baseplate. The set with the ugliest minifigure. The set with the most worthless bricks. The set that will make you vomit. The set that will make you vomit and then eat your own vomit. The set that will make you vomit, eat your own vomit, and then vomit again...I digress, this experience is relative – but the scenarios are endless.
Peer within if you have the gall to do so. Peer within if you want a glimpse of the complete failuredom of Lego. Oh heck, just peer within!
P.S. This goes out as an Easter gift and appreciation to all those wonderful brickset users who favourited my last bricklist. Thanks guys!! I hope you enjoy this one!
NB. Also, this is a wholly creative piece of work and no defamation is intended.
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- Compiled by DavidGraham. Updated 21 August 2019. Contains 31 sets.All LEGO train sets from the Remote Controlled, Power Function & Powered Up era (2007 - present) – track, train sets, locomotives, wagons, stations, level crossings, track-side structures, etc. Includes historical notes. Ordered by release date.
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- Compiled by Aero_X. Updated 19 August 2019. Contains 83 sets.LEGO BrickHeadz in numerical order.
Note: the list is an expanded list created by Adzbadboy.
2016: 8 in SDCC Exclusives
2017: 22 in Normal sets / 6 in Comic-Con Exclusives / 2 Specials (Inside Tour and Store exclusives)
2018: 50 in Normal sets / 1 Store Exclusive / 1 Unreleased /“Go Brick Me!”
2019: 13 in Normal sets / 1 Store Exclusive / 1 Promo
- #84 is an unannounced Thanksgiving set 40352.
- 75232 is a Star Wars Brickheadz set, including 240 pcs. Rumored to be Jabba Hutt. Release: December
2020: The theme will continue!
Total: 106 Brickheadz: 8 for SDCC 2016 + 93 numbered (including unreleased Geoffrey (#57)) + 5 promotional sets (1 for Inside Tour 2017 + 3 for Lego Store events + 1 for Cologne Comic-Con 2019) + “Go Brick Me” set
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