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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Keetong on Sun 12 Apr 2009, 2:27 am

DarthLegois wrote:True, But I'll be happy with anything modular they make.... :legoeyeshutlaughing:

Do you actualy own any? I might try to get Cafe Corner at David Jones today.

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Darth Legois on Sun 12 Apr 2009, 5:40 am

Keetong wrote:
DarthLegois wrote:True, But I'll be happy with anything modular they make.... :legoeyeshutlaughing:

Do you actualy own any? I might try to get Cafe Corner at David Jones today.

No... legosad:

But I want Cafe Corner & Green Grocer but theyre so $$ especially when you're collecting SW, City ect...

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Keetong on Sun 12 Apr 2009, 6:09 am

Darth_Legois wrote:
Keetong wrote:
DarthLegois wrote:True, But I'll be happy with anything modular they make.... :legoeyeshutlaughing:

Do you actualy own any? I might try to get Cafe Corner at David Jones today.

No... legosad:

But I want Cafe Corner & Green Grocer but theyre so $$ especially when you're collecting SW, City ect...

I don't know but if you have a David Jone in Brisbane they often stock Green Grocer and Cafe Corner.
I tried to get Green Grocer today but the shopping center were closed. legosad2:

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Darth Legois on Sun 12 Apr 2009, 12:17 pm

Keetong wrote:
Darth_Legois wrote:
Keetong wrote:
DarthLegois wrote:True, But I'll be happy with anything modular they make.... :legoeyeshutlaughing:

Do you actualy own any? I might try to get Cafe Corner at David Jones today.

No... legosad:

But I want Cafe Corner & Green Grocer but theyre so $$ especially when you're collecting SW, City ect...

I don't know but if you have a David Jone in Brisbane they often stock Green Grocer and Cafe Corner.
I tried to get Green Grocer today but the shopping center were closed. legosad2:

Yeah every state has the major stores [BigW, Myer, Kmart, David Jones, Toyworld, TRU ect..]
Theres but its about 20 mins drive so I dont go there often [it also has TRU there]
I havnt seen any Modular buildings there in awhile [they had GG & CC but they went suprisingly fast]

Yeah most shops are closed today. legowink legotoungesmall:

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Keetong on Wed 22 Apr 2009, 7:37 am

They changed the icon on S@H for the agents. Its a agent I've never seen before and its got Agents 2.0.http://shop.lego.com/ByTheme/Default.aspx

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by marvinblue on Sun 03 May 2009, 12:41 pm

Darth_Legois wrote:
Keetong wrote:I saw picks of these on EB, it looks as though someone has already got their hands on it.

Keetong wrote:
Wish there wasn't some massive advertisement over the top of it

I think im in love.....It looks great this is the 3rd truck with that style we've seen so far [Construction, Emergeny & now this] !

I really like the look of the trailer on this. I reckon this could be rebuilt in green then used as a replacement trailer for the one in the Construction Site. Technically, at present the only way to get the excavator on and off the current trailer is with the help of the crane. With this one, you can drive it on and off. I'll have to keep my eye out for this set. The pilot vehicle is also pretty cool. This would make a welcome addition to my citizen's motor pool or even a "Follow Me" vehicle at an airport.

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Tue 02 Jun 2009, 7:21 pm

Any idea or link that could I use to be able to see Agents 2.0 upcoming releases?

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by peterab on Sat 06 Jun 2009, 7:45 am

Optimus Dragon wrote:Any idea or link that could I use to be able to see Agents 2.0 upcoming releases?

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=25466

There are some pics from a trade show at the above link.

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Wed 10 Jun 2009, 4:58 pm

peterab wrote:
Optimus Dragon wrote:Any idea or link that could I use to be able to see Agents 2.0 upcoming releases?

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=25466

There are some pics from a trade show at the above link.

Hey thank you!!!! legowink

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by peterab on Fri 12 Jun 2009, 2:37 pm

Optimus Dragon wrote:Hey thank you!!!! legowink

No problem, I'm not really interested in agents but I knew I'd seen the new sets recently.
Just checked my browser history and I found them quickly legosmile2

Oh and the new Australian lego catalogue was sent with the latest Lego club magazine this week.
It has the new agents in it and available in September.

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Fri 12 Jun 2009, 3:56 pm

peterab wrote:
Optimus Dragon wrote:Hey thank you!!!! legowink

No problem, I'm not really interested in agents but I knew I'd seen the new sets recently.
Just checked my browser history and I found them quickly legosmile2

Oh and the new Australian lego catalogue was sent with the latest Lego club magazine this week.
It has the new agents in it and available in September.

Excellent!
That's what I need: the catalogue legosad2:
Agents, I liked their vehicles of course, but mostly all those extra features they have such the rockets on the car, those cannons etc... :lego@_@:
If you don't mind me asking, what are the themes that you like? (just mere curiosity :legohat: )

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by peterab on Sat 13 Jun 2009, 6:34 am

Optimus Dragon wrote:If you don't mind me asking, what are the themes that you like? (just mere curiosity :legohat: )

I'm mostly interested in trains. Of course I need buildings to go with that so the modular buildings are great as are some town sets.
Since I want a European layout I can use some of the castle sets such as medieval village.

Everything else is just for the parts, for example theres a new Spongebob rocket ship which has eight white quater round panels,
which make good oil tankers, so I'll probably buy a couple of those.

I've only been active in the AFOL community for a year or so, I went to my first convention this year. Since I found brickshelf and
MOCpages, I've wanted to improve my buildings. There are so many great detailed buildings online I'm bookmarking lots so I can
copy techniques and use them as inspiration for my own buildings.

The only agents set I'm interested in is the robot, as it has some very cool unique minifigs. Other than that I hope to pick up
some of the Trace hair on bricklink. If I were still a kid the agents sets would have been awesome. My childhood was just
ending when minfigs were introduced legosmile2

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Tue 16 Jun 2009, 12:52 am

peterab wrote:
Optimus Dragon wrote:If you don't mind me asking, what are the themes that you like? (just mere curiosity :legohat: )

I'm mostly interested in trains. Of course I need buildings to go with that so the modular buildings are great as are some town sets.
Since I want a European layout I can use some of the castle sets such as medieval village.

Everything else is just for the parts, for example theres a new Spongebob rocket ship which has eight white quater round panels,
which make good oil tankers, so I'll probably buy a couple of those.

I've only been active in the AFOL community for a year or so, I went to my first convention this year. Since I found brickshelf and
MOCpages, I've wanted to improve my buildings. There are so many great detailed buildings online I'm bookmarking lots so I can
copy techniques and use them as inspiration for my own buildings.

The only agents set I'm interested in is the robot, as it has some very cool unique minifigs. Other than that I hope to pick up
some of the Trace hair on bricklink. If I were still a kid the agents sets would have been awesome. My childhood was just
ending when minfigs were introduced legosmile2

Trains.. LEGO TRAINS, I love them! They are actually a very distance dream for me, no big room for one yet, nor time to dedicated to them :O: . Sooooo any way; I've seen so many incredible creations in MOCpages, mostly on buildings and different structures, that are an excellent adding to any train set!... I plan in the -not to far from today- future to build my own train set, it could be fun to add some other sets :legopartyhatsmile:
Have you add any of your buildings some where? such as MOCpages?
Like you I just joined this site and is good, I like it a lot!

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Post by Optimus Dragon on Tue 16 Jun 2009, 8:28 pm

peterab wrote:
Optimus Dragon wrote:If you don't mind me asking, what are the themes that you like? (just mere curiosity :legohat: )

I'm mostly interested in trains. Of course I need buildings to go with that so the modular buildings are great as are some town sets.
Since I want a European layout I can use some of the castle sets such as medieval village.

Everything else is just for the parts, for example theres a new Spongebob rocket ship which has eight white quater round panels,
which make good oil tankers, so I'll probably buy a couple of those.

I've only been active in the AFOL community for a year or so, I went to my first convention this year. Since I found brickshelf and
MOCpages, I've wanted to improve my buildings. There are so many great detailed buildings online I'm bookmarking lots so I can
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The only agents set I'm interested in is the robot, as it has some very cool unique minifigs. Other than that I hope to pick up
some of the Trace hair on bricklink. If I were still a kid the agents sets would have been awesome. My childhood was just
ending when minfigs were introduced legosmile2

legolaugh Thanks to you I just bought a Train set.... lol! I started watching different train layouts and sets from Lego, so I decided to start mine... room may be and inconvenient, but any way, couldn't not resist it!!! skulltransform

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Post by peterab on Sat 20 Jun 2009, 12:12 pm

Heres a folder of picks of the new wind turbine set

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=380806

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by peterab on Sat 20 Jun 2009, 12:17 pm

Optimus Dragon wrote: legolaugh Thanks to you I just bought a Train set.... lol! I started watching different train layouts and sets from Lego, so I decided to start mine... room may be and inconvenient, but any way, couldn't not resist it!!! skulltransform

Dont blame me if you get addicted legosmile2

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Post by Optimus Dragon on Mon 22 Jun 2009, 3:51 pm

peterab wrote:
Optimus Dragon wrote: legolaugh Thanks to you I just bought a Train set.... lol! I started watching different train layouts and sets from Lego, so I decided to start mine... room may be and inconvenient, but any way, couldn't not resist it!!! skulltransform

Dont blame me if you get addicted legosmile2


Oh no... at all!!! No one's fault, I always wanted to do it, so If I don't start now I may never will.... it was just an optional push I got, but I make myself fully responsible for it legolaugh

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Post by Optimus Dragon on Mon 22 Jun 2009, 3:58 pm

peterab wrote:Heres a folder of picks of the new wind turbine set

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=380806

Hey... you are good! Can't say nor add more I am very impressed, they are quite well done!... thank you for sharing those legowink

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Turbine Transporter

Post by marvinblue on Tue 23 Jun 2009, 3:56 am

peterab wrote:Heres a folder of picks of the new wind turbine set

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=380806
Thanks for the pics peterab! This set looks great. I love how the trailer is designed to accommodate any type of load and the fact that Lego has provided cities with a power source, it's even envorinmentally friendly!! :legoeyeshutlaughing: I was originally getting this set to better transport my excavator, but I would have to add some ramps so it could drive off the trailer. This set is still pretty cool though. I'll be on the lookout for it, along with everything else I want to buy!!

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Post by peterab on Tue 23 Jun 2009, 4:27 am

No problem with the pics, I just spend a lot of time looking at lego on the net. You know you have no life when you see the Mocs that Brothers Brick and Eurobricks blog about, before they put them up legosmile2 Thats happend to me a few times now legosmile2

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Post by Optimus Dragon on Fri 26 Jun 2009, 3:30 pm

peterab wrote:No problem with the pics, I just spend a lot of time looking at lego on the net. You know you have no life when you see the Mocs that Brothers Brick and Eurobricks blog about, before they put them up legosmile2 Thats happend to me a few times now legosmile2

I know how it feels.... oh well at least I am not alone legolaugh By the way the pics are fantastic!

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Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 3:53 am

Not sure about the rest of you but i dislike lego Agents. it just seems so stupid to have it

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Sun 09 Aug 2009, 9:26 pm

I found them not that bad actually, not my first choice in a purchase indeed, but I liked the additional features I found on their vehicles. Besides all the silver bricks that are very useful for many different purposes.

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Post by peterab on Tue 11 Aug 2009, 9:50 am

Tychop wrote:Not sure about the rest of you but i dislike lego Agents. it just seems so stupid to have it

It's not my thing, but it's nice to have a source of dark blue. I think as a toy it has a reasonable story line, and if I were still a kid I'd probably like it.
I think the models were pretty good, and had good playability, though with slightly more realism they might have appealed a bit more to the town builders like me.

All that being said I really want the Agents 2.0 robot. How can anyone not like the flambe setting, and it has some nice new civillian minifigs.

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Re: Discuss City & Agents 2009

Post by Optimus Dragon on Tue 11 Aug 2009, 10:38 pm

peterab wrote:
Tychop wrote:Not sure about the rest of you but i dislike lego Agents. it just seems so stupid to have it

It's not my thing, but it's nice to have a source of dark blue. I think as a toy it has a reasonable story line, and if I were still a kid I'd probably like it.
I think the models were pretty good, and had good playability, though with slightly more realism they might have appealed a bit more to the town builders like me.

All that being said I really want the Agents 2.0 robot. How can anyone not like the flambe setting, and it has some nice new civillian minifigs.

Agree with you mate! they do have pontential, doesn't it!?

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