Ah, one of the benefits of Chima being unpopular. lol
You can still find the sets so cheap.
This is actually a test for a short film.
Lol I was thinking the Sonic thing as well.
Yeah, I was kind of going for that movie look.
Could that help for now?
I can try to learn it. lol
I never heard from Nightshroud96 again...lol
As much as I'd love a reboot, it's very unlikely. Even though we're a big community, we're small in comparison to the amount of buyers needed for LEGO to make a profit.
We could totally try, I don't think LEGO would actually make a theme though.
A commemorative Ideas set could happen though, it'd be cool for the 10th anniversary.
I gotta say Chima. lol
The main problem I have with Nexo Knights is how much all the sets blend into each other. They all have the same colors, blue and that trans orange. It just becomes an eyesore after a while.
I think Nexo Knights would've really benefited from a Galaxy Squad style. Remember how each team had their own color (green for green team etc...), along with that unifying white? It made the vehicles more unique I think. And, the transforming features in Galaxy Squad made it so that the vehicles weren't left as technic skeletons when you split the vehicles into different parts.
Since Chima wasn't in a futuristic tech setting, it was able to get away with more natural colors, which made all the builds more special, I think.
@RedRiptide It's not a huge franchise but we can still enjoy it, am I right?
@Violoncelle121 Cool, I'll check that out. I love fan characters!
Like, with costumes?
Awesome, I absolutely love that game! It's really too bad it was only released for three consoles.
Dang, this is really good!
Wish I could've been here in 2017.
I'm good with that theory.
I think I'm probably gonna make another Lion. They're just really fun and easy to make. lol
Feel free to leave some feedback or suggestions guys! lol
What's your favorite tribe?
I imagine that there would be nowhere to but up! Literally...I think that they would probably go to space, but underwater does sound like a very cool concept.