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He does use the cheaper plastic and collectible minifigures molds, though. Oh well.
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I found this today while browsing YouTube. Skip to 1:25 for the LEGO part. According to the video uploader and animator, Doug Wolf, this was going to be the intro video for the LEGO Alpha Team video game. At the time this animation was made, the game was under the working title "LEGO Logic", and the Alpha Team was the "Trans-International LEGO Team" (the group of six characters featured in the video). However, by the time Digital Domain finished the animation, LEGO had redesigned most of the game, replacing the TILT with the Alpha Team and giving the game a generally more serious feel to it (the designs for TeeVee and Ogel, however, don't seem to have been changed). As a result, the animation was never used, and instead, an entirely new o…
I've often seen people use Standing Small as a reference, both when editing here and on other websites. The issue is, the book is terribly inaccurate, often providing flat-out false information that contradicts other sources. Don't believe me? Here's a list.
- Standing Small says "Loosely based on Robin Hood and his merry men, the Forestmen joined the Castle theme in 1987". However, as shown in TV commercials and the Bricks and Pieces magazine, the characters weren't just loosely based on Robin Hood and followers... They were them.
- John of Mayne is simply called "Knight", but Cedric the Bull and King Leo, two other characters from the same theme, have their proper names listed.
- Jayko is referred to as "King Jayko" even when describing him as a kn…
More like a theme which was never actually made but elements of it ended up as Bionicle and Rock Raiders.
I'm not really active here, I'm just posting this for whoever on this wiki likes to make pages about themes and stuff, so they can do it. :PRead more >