tahdas wrote:@ Mister Ed: LOL! Lucas Make a Gory war movie!
Mister Ed wrote:I don't actually see them sticking to a consistent principle. They have one set of priciples for non-licensed sets, and another, much LOOSER, set for licensed ones...
The determination of how a project fits these above standards will be at our discretion.
hatcher wrote:People should submit an idea to CUUSOO. Lego should then either approve it or reject it BEFORE people start voting for it.
Draykov wrote:While this may mean that certain LEGO themes will never see the light of day, I think you've got to respect them for sticking to their guns (or lack thereof).
MrCRskater wrote:It seems that some folks interpreted this Cuusoo thing as a completely open invitation to design/wish for anything and everything.
SuperDave wrote:Possibly off-topic:
There may be a thematic difference between "war vehicles" and "military vehicles," where "war vehicles" are built specifically for front-line fighting while other "military vehicles" represent transports or utility vehicles in military colors. The Indy line really didn't feature many "war vehicles" (the fighter plane in 7198, maybe the flying wing) but focused more on transports (jeeps, trucks, ducks, tracked vehicles) that sometimes had mounted machine guns.
crazybirdman wrote:Culture can't be broken, it just is
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