ktonlai wrote:you're paying 100 dollars for what? a few minifigs and a few 10 dollar sets put together? this set is so... detached.
Are you kidding me? I would pay 200 dollars for this
Now now, in my defense, the only reason I was prepared to spend $90 is because that's what the projected price was when the ToyFair images came through (btw, thanks to Ace and Mike for tagging all of those flickr photos with projected price points, very thoughtful!). As some have pointed out, this set is loaded with minifigs, a fact that I merely overlooked in my euphoric hysteria over this gold mine of awesomeness! For the piece count and all the figs, $100 is absolutely fair (IMO).
Luke was not in that sceneDrock wrote:onions wrote:Flynn wrote:I can't believe people are complaining about the price. It's an 890-piece set with 11 minifigures. There's no way it would have ever been 90 dollars.
the ONLY thing lacking in this set is a threepio figure and MAYBE a stormtrooper. Otherwise, this set pretty much covers every single wish list item on what to include in an endor set. could they have broken it into smaller pieces? perhaps, but let's face it, you'd be buying up all the individual sets anyway amirite?
I want Han to be wearing his Endor garb though. And Jedi Luke. And the Ewok medicine man. And a baby Ewok. Ok, now I'm just getting greedy.
ThinkingImpaired wrote:That's why it's $100. People can complain all they want but when they still buy the item, Lego doesn't care. Of course $100 is overpriced. Everyone arguing against that point is just trying to feel better about themselves forking out the money for an open hut and a small technic robot with barely enough room for chewie to fit inside.
Though what was overpriced a year ago is now the norm for Lego.
Glacurox wrote: Luke was not in that scene