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Episode 78 · 2 months ago

LEGO Adventurers Orient Expedition

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The final adventure awaits! 

After four episodes, the LEGO Adventurers mini-series of Brickology ends with Orient Expedition, the biggest (and best?) wave of Adventurers sets yet. 

LegoLee articulates why he loves this subtheme but also some of the controversy surrounding it. 

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening, whenever wherever you're listening. Thank you so much for making me a part of your day. My name is Lee Parna. Might know me as Lego lie or Lego Lee, three two nine, from facebook, instagram, twitter, Youtube, Patreon, you name it, I'm all over the Internet and this is the brick Adje podcast, the study of small plastic bricks. How are you doing today? I sincerely hope you're having an absolutely fantastic day, week, month, whatever it is for you, and I'm having a good week, but it's also just an insane week. Seriously, like it feels like so much is happening. My birthday, as of the day of recording this, was yesterday. I'm recording this on three hundred and thirty. Yesterday was National Lego Lee Day, or least it should be three two nine, which is a course, my birthday. And if you listen to my last episode of Brick Ology, I actually said I probably wasn't going to upload in their episode for a few weeks. And here I am, just one week later, recording another episode of this podcast and I'm still in the same spot. I'm moving, I'm literally moving out of my apartment into a new place on Saturday for good and I got the keys today. The place looks great. I'm super excited to get everything set up, but moving is stressful. So I've had my birthday, had the move. Work has been busy because moon night just dropped. More bious comes out tomorrow. The Oscars, which were obviously a big new story, where this past Sunday, and Duke can you and see play on Saturday, which I know this podcast has very little do with sports and sometimes I occasionally make a sports analogy and I just feel like I'm completely moving away from the demographic that I target, because normally Lego fans aren't the biggest sports fans in the world, but there are some like me and Duke and you and see. Look, I'm from Jour North Carolina, where Duke Is. I'm a humongous Duke Fans. So Duke North Carolina playing in the final four is like Arma getting so seriously, it honestly kind of feels like the world is ending because so much is happening to me and such a short time frame, and like all the things are surely should be good things, but they also could be bad things. A certain things go awry. So it's a crazy time and honestly, the fact that I'm recording this podcast right now is a surprise to me as probably as much it is a surprise to you. I was not expecting to sit down and record a podcast this week. However, it's Wednesday night and I seen have anything to do. And Look, I'd already done packing, already moves some stuff over today, and I was like, you know, I could just sit here and watch a movie or I could be somewhat productive tonight and actually try and we're quart of podcast. So Hey,...

...here we are, a new episode of Brick Ology, kind of a surprise episode of Brick Ology, and I'm getting off the BI weekly schedule and, surprise, surprise, giving you a weekly episode of Brick Oology, at least for two weeks in a row. So don't get, you know, used to this. I'm sure that after this episode I probably won't record went for another three weeks or something stupid. But Hey, I'm just going to enjoy it while it last. And if you did not listen to the last week's episode of Brick Ology, that was the seventy five episode of this podcast. Speaking, today's episode number seventy six, but seventy five. That was a pretty big number. So to celebrate I did a special episode about the license Lego SpongeBob sets. Definitely go check that out. And I am trying to get back to my pattern of doing a license theme than an unlicensed theme. So last week we talked about a license lego theme, so this week we get to talk about an original, inhouse unlicensed lego theme. So further ado, let's dive in and talk about Lego Adventurers Orient Expedition. So if you've been following brick ology for the last few seasons or so, you would know that I have been doing a series kind of chronicling all of the various Lego adventurers sets. The last time I did an adventures episode, I believe, was in season five of brick Ology, when I talked about Lego adventurers Dino Island. I upload that episode on June Eleven Two Thousand and twenty one, so about nine months ago or so since that episode was released. Now this is one of my mini different mini series within brick ology. Obviously do stuff like Harry Potter and Star Wars, starting to do marvel and DC and bionical Alpha team all that cool stuff. But all of those series I've been doing and doing at least one, maybe two episodes per season, but they're not going to end anytime soon. Like Lego Star Wars. I mean I'm already at episode seven. I just did episode seven on Lego Star Wars about a month ago and I have a long ways to go before I have literally talked about every single Lego Star Wars set ever made. On this podcast, however, adventurers, which does have four very distinct waves, I have now done all of them, counting today's episode. So I believe this is the first ever series finale for brick oology. I have never had one before. I'm not sure the next time I'll get one, probably Alpha team, because there's only a few waves of Alpha team. But yeah, this is the series finale for my mini series on Lego Adventures. I will now have talked about every single set ever from this theme, so that's pretty exciting. I'm pretty happy and I feel very accomplished to have actually completed an entire, you know, fairlyly large theme of Lego that lasted for more than just a couple of years. So that is really exciting. But it's also kind of a...

...happy said, because it means no more adventurers to talk about after today. So let's make this episode a good one, and I think it is going to be a good one because it's my personal favorite sub theme that adventures ever produced, and it's a big sub theme. There are a lot of sets to talk about from this wave. So this is Lego adventurers, Orient Expedition. Now, the last way of adventures was from the year two thousand. This is from the year two thousand and three. So adventurers actually went on a fairly lengthy hiatus. There was no adventures don't one or two thousand and two. So a three year break for lego adventurers, which is very interesting. And Obviously Lego adventurers is highly inspired by the Indiana Jones movies and then they kind of weave in some additional movies here and there. This is very clearly inspired again just by Indiana Jones, and specifically Indiana Jones and the temple of doom. I really feel like this is where this draws a lot of inspiration from. Has some very similar iconography to that wave and the theme is called Orient Expedition and the adventurers take on Asia. Now I think I need to mention something about the name of this sub theme, Orient Expedition. This subthing came out nearly twenty years ago, nineteen years ago to be exact, in the year two thousand and three. And Look, the world was a different place. In two thousand in three, things that are considered highly offensive today weren't even questioned being offensive back then, which you know, is kind of wild to think about. I was obviously only like six or seven years old back then, but it is crazy to think about that sort of thing, and I think this is an unfortunate example where there is a word being used in the name of this subtheme that isn't really considered like normal these days. It's not considered an appropriate term. I don't know if it's necessarily considered like a super offensive term. I haven't done my adequate research, but of course that word is oriental or oriental which of course refers to things happening in Asia now. They could have just called this Asian expedition. I think it will been perfectly fine. They called it Orient Expedition and I think that was a completely acceptable term in two thousand and three, but it's definitely an outdated antiquated term these days. Now, look, if that is a term that offends you, I apologize. Just know that I am merely a liaison between you and Lego. I am talking about these Lego sets. I had nothing to do with the name of this theme. The reason I'm going to say it a bunch throughout this episode is because it is the name Lego gave this theme nineteen years ago, but it has nothing to do with me. Don't, please, don't get on my case or saying it. I am merely quoting the name. So if it is a word that offends you, and I understand if it does, it's definitely an outdated term. Just know that's...

...why. So, moving on from that, you know little disclaimer about the Meno pseudo offensive name of this theme. Let's talk about this story, of this sub theme for Lego adventurers and, like I normally do, I'm going to tip to read a synopsis of the story from Bricketpedia, and I am terrible at reading things out loud. This is probably not going to go super well. So that further ado, this labricutpedia has to say about Orient Expedition after the completion of their goal and the Dino Island theme and retrieving the legendary Silver Horn of Africa. Pip and read took Johnny Thunder to Venice. Dr Kilroy showed them a piece on an ancient map of Asia with a riddle from Marco Polo. Soon after Johnny found out it fit into the third map behind a glass window. The combined map form two things. The first was the story upon leaving India, Marco left his Golden Dragon, a gift from the Emperor Khan, and con's palace that can only be unlocked by his three other treasures. The second was the way to Marco Polo's first treasures, the Golden Shield of Marco Polo and the Scorpion Palace located in India. They headed off to India, but Lord Sam Sinister, who had been listening in from outside, overheard their chatter and rushed off in his car to give pursuit. So essentially they travel to three different parts of Asia, India, China and then what they call Mount Everest, which of course is in Nepal. So there's kind of three different sub themes within this sub theme itself, which is very interesting, and I will mention, which you know, particular story. The set partakes too. So that is very different and very interesting for this line of adventures sets. So, without further ado, let's talk about them. However, I'm going to quickly shamelessly plug myself. Whatever streaming service you are listening on, whether it be spotify or apple podcast, please follow me on your streaming service and leave a review out of five stars. I love to hear your feedback. Apple podcast listener, you guys can actually write a review, which would be very, very cool. Also, go find me online, facebook, twitter, instagram, Youtube, patron anament. I'm all over the Internet. You can find it like o La Legally, through to nine from all those erra pages and hit me with a follow wherever you're at. All right, plugs out of the way. Let's talk about the Lego adventurers Orient Expedition Sets. So the first set from this line is a four dollar set. Man, I wish that I still made four dollar sets that weren't like mini fig packs or polybags, and even those are more than four dollars these days. But this is a four dollar set with forty two pieces called secret of the Tomb, and it came with Lord Sam Sinister, that villain. That got me a little bit tongue tied when I was reading the plot description. And essentially this set is is part of the Himalaya little sub beam...

...of this line. This set is a tomb that flips open to reveal a skeleton with a jewel and it's got a pretty fun play feature. It's a fairly simple design and that's really all I have to say about this. There's nothing really crazy about this set. That's kind of all she wrote for this set. It definitely an impulse purchase and it's still relatively cheap sealed. It's actually about only sixteen dollars sealed, so that is interesting. So that's a very quick first small set for this line. Getting double the price here for eight dollars with sixty four pieces is the jungle river set, and this set is part of the Indian subtheme. This set came with Johnny Thunder, who know has a green vest and that looks very cool. Also included with this set here is a Lego alligator piece. Are there alligators in India? I don't feel like there are, but maybe that's something I just don't know. I have no idea. Anybody who knows geography and biology better than me let me know. About that. As for this set, you get a small boat. It's a gray boat with some shovels of pickaxe and diamondmite and kind of like a steam look an engine sort of thing, but it's still at a very small Lego rowboat piece. You get a nice little build there and you also get a shrine that has this really cool headdress piece they use throughout this line and honestly, the more that I'm looking at this, this looks very similar to some of like the kind of like Aztec inspired stuff Lego has done in the past. But it's referred to as part of the Indian sub theme. Not really sure what's going on here. It's definitely not the most Indian looking thing I've ever seen, which there are some really awesome Indian things that Lego has done in this Orient Expedition subtheme. This one is not be do have a shrine that can't open up to reveal some and in treasure. So that is pretty cool and that is all she wrote for that small set. Getting a little bit bigger for the Indian subtheme, this one is called Tigura's roar. Now this sit includes Dr Kilroy, who, of course, is the character that looks very similar to Indian Jones, is dead Henry Jones senior from the last crusade movie, with the same style of hat. And this set is very, very interesting because it comes with kind of a big FIG. Now it's not really a big FIG. Big thing is did exist at this point in time because we had the troll from the Lego Harry Potter and the sorcerer stone steps two years prior and two thousand and one. This is not quite a big fig because the legs are separate piece. The Torso has some Lego brick construction and then there's a big piece, kind of like an an oversize version of chewbaccas torso, similar in concept to that, that goes over these bricks. But it makes this character here, Tigura, who is a bipedal tiger creature that looks pretty awesome, besides the fact that he...

...doesn't have like iprints. I never really understood this. Literally, if you like, zoom in on the eyes, this character just doesn't really have an eyeprint. Everything else is printed and it looks pretty cool, but the eyes here seem a little bit under detailed if you ask me. But he is on a very cool display stand of sorts. That has some nice printed details and some cool stuff going on kind of a jungle setting, and there is a bridge of sorts to kind of approach tiger or here, and you can simply pull out a piece of the front and the bridge itself will collapse in a pretty cool booby trap play feature. So that is very, very neat. So overall, fore, a ten dollar set on offen mentioned that it's it was only ten ninety four pieces. Essentially included a big FIG and actually had an eight by sixteen base plate piece, a very nice piece. This was an absolute steel for ten dollars back in the day. This one now is worth about forty in my SB. Honestly, I mean these sets are almost twenty years old and they have appreciated in value, but I wouldn't say their values are like completely ridiculous like some small Lego sets tend to be in the modern Lego Times. So moving on from that set to another ten dollar set that also has a similar concept. This one is called the YETTI's hide out. That's almost ten dollars with a hundred and seven pieces. It included the character of pip and read the Arowin of this line and this set is, of course, a Mount Everest base set and includes a Yetti. The yettie had the exact kind of design as the Tigera character. However, this city had no printing. It was just all white. Not really sure why it doesn't look quite as good, but it's still a pretty cool looking mold. And this set, I mean this is a ten dollar set. It came again with an eight by sixteen bass play and it came with a white burp piece. I mean, for Real, the value of this set is kind of ridiculous, like this should not be this cheap. So that's a really good price on this set. There's also a shrine with a hidden gym and there is the burp piece that can move out of the way to reveal the Yettie and hiding. So overall, this is a really solid ten dollar set. And there's actually one more ten dollar set from this way that's essentially the same thing. This one is called passage of Jungchi. This set had ninety four pieces and you got Johnny Thunder in his very basic Johnny Thunder outfit here, and you also got the character of Jung Shee. And this was our first set. Actually. We're talking about today from kind of the China wave of stuff from Orient Expedition. Jun she kind of looks like those what do you call them there? I think they're like Asian lions, but actually saw them in some of the Chinese New Year's sets which it did an episode on last year. Very, very cool. There also is a spinning play feature to reveal him. It also again come on one of those base plate...

...pieces as well, which is nice to see. An overall is probably the most esthetically pleasing of these builds but definitely has the lamest play feature. But junch is a cool creature build here. So overall this little miniseries you get one set for each of the small, different individual kind of waves within or expedition. They're all ten dollars all essentially come with big figs. I love these. These sets are awesome and I actually had two of the three back in the day. I did not get the yetty one, but I got the other two and I'm ember loving these sets. I definitely had these pieces lad around somewhere in my collection and I might dig them up. So now let's move on to some other Orient Expedition sets. Now, technically speaking, I normally follow like set number when I'm doing brick ology. So I just talked about some number seven, four, hundred and three. So I'm not going to talk about some number seven four, one four, because there were a few more sets that are part of a different set number kind of line, but those sets are much smaller and it would feel very weird to me to kind of skip over these sets because technically these would be the last few sets I would talk about, but I want to save the bigger sets of this line for last. So we're going to jump two some number seven four two zero. This set is the thunder blazer. It was an eight dollar set with a really nice piece count of sixty nine and it was a biplane, and that's literally all I have to say about this. There had been a lot of biplanes from lego adventurer sets in the past. I've definitely mentioned a few of them already on the other adventures episodes of brick oology I have done, and this is no different. But luckily the next set this sets a number four seven forty two to the Red Eagle, which was fours of the pieces, is completely different. Right. It's another plane. The last set came with Johnny Thunder. This set came with Johnny Thunder with the Green Torso. Again, it typically on a biplane. It actually only has one wing and it's very small, essentially kind of like a polly bag. Yeah, there's nothing really to talk about with this set. Also, we had the set known as the mountain sleigh. It was a thirty dollar set. That was four dollars. Came with Dr Kilroy and this was a sleigh with a propeller at the back. It kind of looks like a combination of an air boat and something that would be drawn by Huskies and Alaska. Pretty interesting little build, but nothing crazy to write how about. And finally, another four dollar set from this line with twenty eight pieces that had the figure of Lord Sam Sinister, is referred to here as the black cruiser. This was a small little car. Yep, it had a crate at the back that had some storage. And that is all she wrote for those sets. So no idea why these sets are a higher set numbered than the actual big sets from this sub theme. But you can probably see why I didn't want to...

...in the episode today on those relatively mediocre sets. Now we can talk about the bigger sets from Orient Expedition, and there are some straight fire sets here. I mean these sets are legitimately kind of amazing. So the first set here is a twenty dollar set that had eighty six pieces. Now you're probably like that is a absolutely horrible priced apart ratio, especially for two thousand and three. What's going on? But just bear with me. This set is referred to as the Elephant Caravan. At Eighty six pieces, it included three minifigures. Here you got pippin read, you got Lord Sam Sinister and he got a new character called bad blue. Hope I pronouncing that correctly, and this was part of the Indian sub theme. Now, the first build in this set here is a small jeep like vehicle which, if you listen to my other Orient Expedition episodes, I always joke about there being so many small jeep like vehicles with these sets. This one honestly is a little bit more model t Ford than it is like a jeep, but it's in the same vein. They love including these small cars in these Orient Expedition sets. In this one here is no different for Sam sinister. The other build is very literally the Elephant Caravan. It is a caravan being pulled by an elephant and this was a brand new mold of the time, using some of the dinosaur old dinosaur pieces here, and it looks great. It's an awesome looking elephant mold. There's no printing, but all the molding looks Fantas hastic. There was a nice cloth piece going over the torso. There also was a place to put a figure on top of the torso and of course pulled the caravan behind it. And look getting a big elephant mold in a twenty dollar legos set. That is unheard of these days. Lego always puts these giant animal molds in like huge sets, like the new Lego city set that came out last year or a couple years ago that actually had elephant pieces. I kind of wanted those. However, you could only get them for like ninety or a hundred dollars. They were very, very large set. So I think it was awesome for them to actually put this elephant in such a small set and it is a great looking set. And one interesting thing about this set is that it's actually gone up in value a lot. Like I said, it was a twenty set used it's about eighty bucks in Mysb you're looking at like one hundred and forty. So this one has definitely appreciative value a lot. Also, if you want to hear more about the statistics of legos value going up, I think it's a very interesting thing. Brick set gives some awesome data on all of this. Do you want to hear me talk more about that sort of thing? Let me know and your brick ology feedback. Speaking of sets that have gone up in value, pretty good bit, but not quite as much. This set here is the Arrow Nomad at one hundred and twenty piece set. That also retailed for hundred and twenty dollars. This setting here included Johnny Thunder and after Kilroy, pretty normal figures, and it was is a hot air balloon, which they did also have the blimp from...

...the earlier set and now we have a hot air balloon for Lego adventurers. And it had some very large pieces for the hot air balloon built out of plastic, but there was also some kind of like cloth tethered net pieces on top to give it a nice illusion, which is very cool. It also uses some pieces from pirate ship sets to give it that hot air balloon appearance. And at the very bottom it has got the basket as well, with some additional like flame pieces and a small crank that's being kind of tethered by a string piece. It's a very cool looking hot air balloon and this was considered part of the mount ever sub theme. Of course it gets to get up to the mountain. They are using a hot air balloon of sorts. Very Cool, very unique. They don't make too many hot air balloons and Lego most recently they did one for the trolls world tour sets. Hot Air balloons are fairly uncommon from Lego, so it's always cool to get one like this set. Moving on to another twenty dollar set. They really love doing like three sets for a particular price point from this line. We had three four dollar sets, we had three ten dollar sets and now we have three twenty sets. The last set, by the way, is worth about seventy five new and you can get it about forty out of box, so actually not crazy price inflation. This set here was another twenty dollar set, referred to as the in for her ship, of course, part of the China sub theme. This came with Lord Sam Sinister and the Dragon Fortress Guard. Will Talk More about the Dragon Fortress later and it is a Chinese style ship. That looks pretty cool. The figures look very cool. There was a nice printed sale piece that had a really cool looking shape. It's very red as a drug in front, check in head at the front, which looks pretty cool, kind of small BALLISTA. was some crossbows and some ores as well. Nothing crazy looking about this build. Definitely not as unique as some of the other built from this line, but I still think it's a pretty cool set. This set now may and seal a box worth about eighty five dollars, out of box about fifty. So that is the emperor's ship. Moving up in price point now to thirty. Is actually the only thirty dollar set from this line and actually from here on out there is like one big ish set for each of these individual sub themes. This is the biggest set to come from the amount everest kind of sub theme here. This is called Temple of Mount Everest. Like I said, this is a thirty set with two hundred and ninety two pieces. It include the figures here of Johnny Thunder Lord Sam Sinister. You also get the Yon Pa, not sure if I'm saying that correctly, and SUREPA Sangy doorje again, not sure if I'm saying any of these names correctly, but it is very cool to get those exclusive characters here. This set was a pretty cool looking set. Sam Sinister is...

...flying a biplane, which, of course, we have seen a lot, but the rest of the build here was pretty cool. There was a swinging bridge. What Hatch has a classic Lego Bridge play feature where you pull on a technic rod and it makes it, you know, swing in a place, which is nice to see and definitely kind of a nod to Indian Jones and the Temple of doom. There are again more of those white burke pieces and the actual temple itself has some cool architecture that is definitely not similar to a lot of stuff we see from Lego. Has Some skulls, some Nice colors, has a gym on the inside and the basement also has some weapons as well, and some of the characters here have snowshoes, which is always nice to get. Over all, I wish lego would do kind of more icy theme stuff like this. I have a weird predisposition to loving the icy themed Lego stuff and I think this set is definitely one of those. So over all, a pretty cool set. It is a super large it actually is built on a sixteen by thirty two base plate, which is white. Nice to see. It's a very cool looking set, but definitely think there are better sets from this line. But that is the biggest set we got for the Mount Everest sub theme, and this set has skyrocketed in value now use it's worth about seventy dollars, which isn't too bad. New MSB almost three hundred bucks. I mean seriously, break set has it estimated a brown two hundred eighty five. So good luck getting this set meant in its sealed box, and it's actually one of the most expensive sets from all of Lego adventurers sealed, which is very, very interesting. The next set here is the Scorpion Palace. This was the big set for the Indian subtheme. This set here had three hundred and forty one pieces and retail for fifty dollars and include the figures of Dr Kilroy, Johnny Thunder Lord Sampsonister. You also got Mahraja, Lalua and the Scorpion Palace Guard. Again, I'm probably completely butchering those names and I apologize for that. This is a very traditional kind of what you expect an Indian temple to look like, and it has this wild piece for that very interesting shaped Indian Dome, which I don't know of Lego has ever used again. They might have, but it might remain exclusive to this set. It is a beautiful looking piece. You also have normal Lego dome pieces off to the side as well some big pillars built in white with dark blue and kind of burnt orange. I love the color scheme of this and I believe this might be built on multiple large green base plates, which is very cool. And there is a ball rolling play feature which, of course, is a direct reference to Indiana Jones. The first one raiders of...

...the lost arc from that opening scene with the ball rolling feature which of course, Lego then use for their Lego Indian Jones set in two thousand and eight so that is very cool. There are some nice like door details as well lots of foliage which is very neat. And finally, there was another elephant included with this set which looked fairly similar to the last one. Of It might have been a slightly different color, and there was a nice build for Dr Kilroy, kind of have an umbrella on top of Said Elephant. This set has so many large pieces. When you look at this, you would think this set would be like a hundred bucks, but it's only fifty. Not obviously the price of part ratio was not great because of how many large pieces were included, but there's seriously just some super unique pieces included with this set. This set, in my opinion, is absolutely stunning. I think this might be my personal favorite set from Lego Orient Expedition. This is a beautiful set and this set has gone up in value, of course a good bit. Getting Gate used is going to be about a hundred and fifteen dollars. New might be around more like two hundred and fifty. So this set has definitely gone up and value. There also was a foam skimmatar that you could get with this set from a special offer. Lego used to make these weird foam weapons that were like style like the weapons from the sets. Why? I don't know who bought these, I'm not sure. I don't think I actually ever got one of these my self, but that is a thing that brick set has listed here. And finally, last but not least, four Lego Adventures, or in expedition, and the last leg adventure set I will ever talk about here on Brick Ology is the big one. This set is called the Dragon Fortress. It was a ninety dollar set with seven hundred and thirty two pieces. It included Dr Charles Lightning, the Dragon forchers guard, Emperor Cheng Wu Ching, lee the wanderer, Johnny Thunder, Lord, Sam Sister and pip and read, lots of cool characters and it also came with this crazy looking dragon piece. There was fairly similar to some dragons we got with like s castle sets, but it had all this ornate shiny gold printing that looks absolutely fantastic. It had diamond red diamonds for eyes and transparent red wings. This dragon looked crazy and I absolutely loved it. Also for a side build, here you get Johnny Thunder on a halftrack jeep looking vehicle. Not Too many jeep vehicles in this way, which is different from the other lines, but there's still were a couple of jeep looking vehicles in this set. Of course, had a half version of one. As for the main build, here this is the Dragon Fortress. This was built on the old style of like a bass plate. So essentially this bass plate. It's hard to describe, but it's kind of like an elevated race, these bass...

...plate of sorts, and it has like four different compartments and you can build on top of that. It's a piece that Lego hasn't used in quite some time. It's very interesting and kind of limits the building some ways, but the same time I think it esthetically looks pretty good, so that is very cool. This set had catapults, it had booby traps, it had kind of a similar temple design, a lot of stuff we see from Ninjago these days. There's some fireworks, there's opening doors, or's multiple levels, there's flags. It's got a great color scheme of kind of ten red and kind of a minty green. I think this is a really cool looking build, especially for two thousand and three, and that is all she wrote. For not only or in expedition but Lego adventurers in general, what a journey it has been with this theme. This theme is obviously iconic to Lego. I wish they would bring it back and give us some modern interpretations of stuff like this, because I think this could be really awesome and Modern Day Lego. And thank you all so much for joining me on this. Lego adventurers adventure. I hope you learn something from these episodes. I had a ton of fun making them, and let's see what brick ology little miniseries I finished next. Thank you so much again for listening to today's episode of Brick Ology. Have a fantastic rest of your day, week, month, whatever it is for you. I hope you see guys next time. Have a great rest of your day. Peacell go a bless.

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