Post by AK_Brickster on Jul 20, 2017 8:23:31 GMT -8
I like how you were able to do the lettering in such a compact way. Did you come up with that on your own or is that from a "font" you found online? The "G" is particularly creative but easily readable in the context of the word "LEAGUE".
Post by AK_Brickster on Jul 19, 2017 10:03:53 GMT -8
That would be a pretty castle-friendly set. Lots of bley, sand green, olive green, and reddish brown. Figs and accessories aren't that appealing, but that goes for most sets since we don't really have a castle theme right now.
I'll hold my final opinions on both Ninjago City and the Fishing Store until parts lists are released
Post by AK_Brickster on Jul 19, 2017 8:32:52 GMT -8
Just my 2 bits, I am not a huge fan of doing multiple cheap sets in a draft, since to me, the point is to get a whole bunch of each part you're drafting, and the more sets you add in, the more small, unique lots you're going to have.
Honestly (and I realize I'm kind of contradicting my above point here), I'd be more interested in something like drafting Ninjago City, which is $300 per copy, but you could have people buy in for $50/share and only draft a couple of them. There's almost 5,000 parts in each set, and since it's an advanced build, I'm guessing that a lot of the part usage is more repetitive than you'd see in a basic set, meaning that there's likely some big parts lots to be had, as well as smaller lots of new parts.
Post by AK_Brickster on Jul 10, 2017 8:56:40 GMT -8
Those would work well, I think. I only have a handful of them and I think as a "demon horde", I'm planning on them being a little more rag-tag and brutish, so heavy armor for the majority of them won't be needed.