• BobaFett2

    I decided to do an article analyzing repetition within LEGO themes. It started out with a desire to do Adventurers while playing the crappy Dino game on

    First up, Adventurers, LEGO's classic exploration theme. Introduced in 1998, this theme had four incarnations: Egypt, Amazon, Dino Island, and Orient Expedition. The first two and the last one explored real settings but contained mystical beings and magic. The third was a Dino Hunter/Nature Protector-type theme, with the villains trying to capture dinosaurs and the Adventurers rescuing them. The theme also had cameos in LEGO Island 2, LEGO Racers, LEGO Racers 2, Soccer Mania, and the LEGO Island Interactive Comics. The theme was centered around three main heroes - Johnny Thunder, …

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    September 19, 2011 by BobaFett2

    Okay, from what I've seen they're here to stay, but I'd like to explain a few things.

    First of all, badges are simply a way of recording how much work someone has done:

    When someone does a lot of work, you would tell them they did a good job.

    Likewise, a Badge doesn't actually mean anything other than that they've done a lot of work-congratulations isn't exactly correct; commendation for a job well done is.

    Basically: tell people they've done a good job when they get a badge, don't congratulate them just because they get a big badge. The badge isn't important. The hard work is.

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    MOC Olympics R1 Entry

    September 5, 2011 by BobaFett2

    This is my entry for the 2011 MOC Olympics (on MOCpages).

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    Re-Posting some MOCs

    August 23, 2011 by BobaFett2

    My MOCpages MOCs have lost their images due to a system crash. I've decided to upload them here

    Space Police Mecha


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    How to Leave

    August 15, 2011 by BobaFett2

    How to quit Brickipedia.

    Step 0: Be on Brickipedia.

    Step 1: Resolve to leave.

    Step 2: Do NOT post anything on your usepage about leaving. Then anyone who wants you there will bug you. Return to Step 0.

    Step 3: Do NOT make a blog about leaving. This is counterproductive and draws a lot of attention about the subject of your leaving. Return to Step.

    Step 4: You can leave a small note...but nothing big. Perhaps say that you'll be a bit inactive.

    Step 5: Do a little the next day.

    Step 6: You're gone.

    Seriously...if you want to leave, don't make a blog about it. In fact, don't edit your userpage. I've tried both, especially the userpage one, quite a few times, and it has never worked. All it does is make it seem like you need attention, which may not b…

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