Hell's Lego Vengeance


Hell's Vengeance


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What could possibly be better than Lego and Pathfinder? Why of course the two together… Lego Pathfinder!

Unfortunately it doesn’t exist, but I’m not the sort to let my old foe reality get in my way, so with Hells Vengeance recent volumes by F. Wesley Schneider and Thurston Hillman still fresh in my mind, I came up with an awesome non-existent gift for my upcoming birthday.

Follow the link to behold the totally unofficial imaginary awesomeness of the Lego Pathfinder Hells Vengeance Adventure Playset!

The box art also contains some imagery on the sides from my previous post on The Glorious Reclamation.

Of course if you don’t have enough imaginary dollars or gold pieces to pretend to buy the full set, why not pick up an imaginary mini-fig polybag instead!

Sovereign Court

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I <3 this.

Paizo Employee Contributor—Canadian Maplecakes

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So awesome...

Paizo Employee Senior Developer

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These are awesome! You have no idea how much I wish they were real...


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Never hurts to make a pitch to Lego.


It would need to be Paizo making that pitch to LEGO.

and if the answer was positive, we might know what will cause the next servers overload.

Scarab Sages

That could potentially be pretty cool - just so long as they stick to toys. I don't understand why there need to be all these LEGO-fied computer games and movies. It's like they think the distinctive "LEGO man" physique somehow adds something to Batman, Harry Potter, Darth Vader, Iron Man, etc etc etc in intangible media where they don't NEED to be given stumpy legs, rigid crescents for hands, and heads shaped like Yankee Candles. <--- Oh, THERE'S your next joint-marketing venture!


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Nutcase Entertainment wrote:

It would need to be Paizo making that pitch to LEGO.

and if the answer was positive, we might know what will cause the next servers overload.

That's what I meant, I was saying that to Rob. :-)

Sadly, anecdotal evidence suggests their might not be a huge market. I work on the brute squad for a major toy store, and the medieval type Lego sets, like Nexus Knights don't sell all that great. Of course those sets don't have an established name or characters like Pathfinder, so I'm not sure it applies as much. :-)


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Gnomatsu wrote:

What could possibly be better than Lego and Pathfinder? Why of course the two together… Lego Pathfinder!

Unfortunately it doesn’t exist,

With LEGO....everything exists. You just need enough bricks...

My goal is to recreate Savith-Yhi in LEGO


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Carson Jarroc wrote:


With LEGO....everything exists. You just need enough bricks...

I stand corrected, indeed it does, that's how I started with this, my little boy who heard me talking about pathfinder all the time, wanted to build pathfinder lego sets together.

But it's nice to have a fancy box too!

Shadow Lodge

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
That could potentially be pretty cool - just so long as they stick to toys. I don't understand why there need to be all these LEGO-fied computer games and movies. It's like they think the distinctive "LEGO man" physique somehow adds something to Batman, Harry Potter, Darth Vader, Iron Man, etc etc etc in intangible media where they don't NEED to be given stumpy legs, rigid crescents for hands, and heads shaped like Yankee Candles. <--- Oh, THERE'S your next joint-marketing venture!

The fact that the games are just plain silly fun?


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I love Lego Indiana Jones. Didn't care for Lego Star Wars. Lego Batman and Lego Pirates of the Caribbean both look fun.


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A Lego Rise of the Runelords game would be... interesting.

Silver Crusade

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Oh wow Lego + Pathfinder? Two things I love? yeah!

Scarab Sages

Orthos wrote:
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
That could potentially be pretty cool - just so long as they stick to toys. I don't understand why there need to be all these LEGO-fied computer games and movies. It's like they think the distinctive "LEGO man" physique somehow adds something to Batman, Harry Potter, Darth Vader, Iron Man, etc etc etc in intangible media where they don't NEED to be given stumpy legs, rigid crescents for hands, and heads shaped like Yankee Candles. <--- Oh, THERE'S your next joint-marketing venture!
The fact that the games are just plain silly fun?

They may be, but the point being that in a computer game medium, they needn't look like LEGO dudes, and it doesn't add anything that they do. LEGOS are great, but there's kind of an "overexposure" issue now.

Shadow Lodge

I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
Orthos wrote:
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
That could potentially be pretty cool - just so long as they stick to toys. I don't understand why there need to be all these LEGO-fied computer games and movies. It's like they think the distinctive "LEGO man" physique somehow adds something to Batman, Harry Potter, Darth Vader, Iron Man, etc etc etc in intangible media where they don't NEED to be given stumpy legs, rigid crescents for hands, and heads shaped like Yankee Candles. <--- Oh, THERE'S your next joint-marketing venture!
The fact that the games are just plain silly fun?
They may be, but the point being that in a computer game medium, they needn't look like LEGO dudes, and it doesn't add anything that they do. LEGOS are great, but there's kind of an "overexposure" issue now.

To each their own. Some of the LEGO gags they do are part of the charm for me. I probably wouldn't have played them if it wasn't for the LEGO look.


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I wouldn't have played them, if Indiana Jones wasn't included free with my Xbox 360.

That said, they're a ton of fun, are surprisingly funny. :-)

Silver Crusade

Nice Work!


Yay!
Gimme!

Sovereign Court

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Want


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Yay for LEGO Pathfinder!


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I love this as well!
There´s already a solid Lego Star Wars campaign going on near here, why not Pathfinder?

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