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56 minutes ago, Darth_Raichu said:

Hmm what could a $300 Ninjago set be?

Big, for one thing. It´s the City set they alluded to a few weeks back.

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So, now the leaked photos are just about everywhere, it´s fair to say the new Destiny´s Bounty blows the previous versions out of the water in terms of looks. People disappointed by Silent Mary could be interested in picking one up.

70617 also looks quite neat if you are into blue temples.

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30 minutes ago, Val-E said:

So, now the leaked photos are just about everywhere, it´s fair to say the new Destiny´s Bounty blows the previous versions out of the water in terms of looks. People disappointed by Silent Mary could be interested in picking one up.

70617 also looks quite neat if you are into blue temples.

That new DB is basically a retail D2C set, both price and looks wise. I think this could have only happened because releasing two D2C would have been weird, so the cheaper one became a regular set.

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But I thought the old set had the words final flight in its title. I accept this one is water based but final kind of suggests no re make which this is.

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Yes, it´s going to be more ore less the same as Silent Mary in terms of weight and box size but for a much lower price.

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On 4/25/2017 at 4:10 PM, lazuli16 said:

I really don't understand TLG.  Temple of Airjitzu must have sold alot better than we thought it did....or they just like losing money.

They could be modeling their pricing like restaurant menus. The most expensive set exists just to convince people to buy the 2nd most expensive set.

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But I thought the old set had the words final flight in its title. I accept this one is water based but final kind of suggests no re make which this is.


How many Final Fantasy games/movies are there?
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1 hour ago, Alpinemaps said:

How many Final Fantasy games/movies are there?

too many people who play that should just play dark souls and spend 6 months+ trying to finish the tutorial.

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1 minute ago, CM4Sci said:

My post is gone...

Yeah, I hid it. Sorry, but TLG doesn't like us posting leaked images here. I'm sure anyone who really wants to see the pictures will be able to find them.

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Just now, c_rpg said:

Yeah, I hid it. Sorry, but TLG doesn't like us posting leaked images here. I'm sure anyone who really wants to see the pictures will be able to find them.

Understandable! Thank you for being nice about it. ;) 

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3 hours ago, Alpinemaps said:

It is certainly one of the most beautiful ships/sets to come out of TLG. Holy cow, I love that thing.

It definitely looks better then the current Destiny Bounty with its handle underneath to make it fly. I wonder how the build will be says ages 6-14. Brick Bounty is 7-14 and it was rather simplistic but fun. Sea Cow is 14+ and it is amazing now only if the price would reflect that. 

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I did not see a handle, but maybe I'm looking at the wrong one at the euro site.  Definitely looks wider and much larger.  This will definitely cap the current bounty value no? or is it different enough to not affect it?

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