ENT Love building Legos with my boy.

chrislehr

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My kid is four, so this is pretty unlikely material but he did manage the incredigirl set here:
 
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don't underestimate him! Mine was able to complete the Hogwarts castle at 5.. (with some direction lol)
My oldest and I have been building Legos together since he was 2 (starting with duplo). When he turned 3 he wanted a lego duplo train set that we did together. Then over the last few years we've done a bunch of star wars sets together.
 
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My Sarurn V is sitting in a box partially assembled. Got annoyed that the pieces were warped and their customer service just said to take it apart and try again.
 
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My Sarurn V is sitting in a box partially assembled. Got annoyed that the pieces were warped and their customer service just said to take it apart and try again.
Damn my used set apparently was the way to go. No issues with any peices
 

Hops

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Damn my used set apparently was the way to go. No issues with any peices
I ordered the thing the day it was released, I was so fucking mad when that happened.

It was the side pieces on the first stage, they all bowed out, all four. So theres no way to continue since they wont snap together. Every once in awhile I get the urge to just clamp and glue them, but never do.
 
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I ordered the thing the day it was released, I was so fucking mad when that happened.

It was the side pieces on the first stage, they all bowed out, all four. So theres no way to continue since they wont snap together. Every once in awhile I get the urge to just clamp and glue them, but never do.
Weird. I did notice that some of the ladies nger sections seemed slightly bent when going to connect them to the internal fuselage but they all snapped on without incident and haven't popped off or anything since.
 
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Sean6293

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Weird. I did notice that some of the ladies nger sections seemed slightly bent when going to connect them to the internal fuselage but they all snapped on without incident and haven't popped off or anything since.
Go on bricklink.com and order the pieces you need
 
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