Brickology
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Episode 17 · 1 year ago

LEGO Pharaoh's Quest

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The finale of Brickology Season 2; LegoLee329 explores the history of short-lived Pharaoh's Quest theme to unearth the hidden treasures this forgetton line might have in store. 

Good morning, good afternoon, goodevening, whenever, wherever you're listening. Thank you so very much ricking mea part of your day. My name is leeparmy. Might know me asLego Lee or Lego Lee three, two, nine, from facebook, instagram,twitter, Youtube, patron, you name it, I am all overthe Internet. And this is the brick alogy podcast, the study of smallplastic bricks. How are you doing today? I sincerely hope you're having just thebest day, Best Week and best month possible. Obviously this year twothousand and twenty has been an incredibly stressful one for a number of reasons,but I hope my podcast and the little bit of joy, hopefully, thatit brings to you is making your day better. I share feel better whilerecording this podcast. It is so, so much fun, and this isa big episode. Is the twenty one episode of Brick Ology and this isthe season too, finale. Each season a brick ology is going to beten episodes about ten different lego themes or sub themes, and we are nowthrough in a complete second season. And there's also some cool stuff I needto talk about before I dive into this week's theme. First off, thispast week I reached five thousand streams. If I was a little bit moreobnoxious that have some air horns go off right now or something. Five thousandstreams. Thank you all so much for that. I remembered it's a fewmonths ago when I had like two hundred streams and I was excited about that. Five thousand is a big milestone. Thank you all so much for listeningto my podcast that much. That is a truly awesome goal to have reached. And with brick Ology, each season of break alogy, like I said, it's going to be ten episodes and each season will begin with, orbeginning I begin, it will end with two different things. The first thingwill end with is a fan vote episode.

That is today. I'll talk aboutthat in just a second here. Also next week. I'm not reallycounting next week as the season finale because it's kind of like an add onepisode at the end of each season. I did this with season one episodeeleven, so it episode twenty two will be the official last episode of SeasonTwo, and that is the queue and a. So if you have anyquestions you would want me to answer on brick ology next week, please askthem. You can DM me on Instagram or you can send me an emailat Lego Lee, three, two nine at Gmail Dot Com. Send mean email with your question and as long as the question is appropriate and relatesto the podcast, myself and or Lego, I will answer it on the shownext week and you will get a name drop. So if you haveany questions of that sort, please ask them. I'll probably also throw upa sticker on my instagram page within the next few days to, you know, get some more traffic for questions. So next week's episode of Brick Ologywill be a q ina, ask Lego Lee segment and then in two weeksfrom today we will begin season three of brick ology with another star wars episode. So lots of stuff to look forward to in the future of this podcast. Now this week's episode, in particular, for the season finale season one,I did a fan vote. I had a sticker on my instagram pagewhere I had lots of people submit their favorite themes. They wanted me totalk about an original theme, because that's the pattern, is an original themefrom Lego. This week, the one that won my fan over season onewas Lego Atlantis. That is episode tender Brick Ology. Go check out thatepisode if you haven't already. This week is a different one. Technically,the theme that one was Ninjago. The NJAGO got a ton of submissions.Now the funny thing is I've already done it, two Ninjago episodes and I'mplanning on doing at least one Ninjago episode each season of Brick Ology for theforeseeable future until I just run out on...

Najago to talk about. So itwas kind of funny for me that Ninjago one because, like, I've alreadydone Najago and I have more Nanjago plan so I have to get credit.Najago did win the vote, but I'm not going to do a Ninjago episodebecause there already are Ninjago episode. So I took the next two is highestand pin them together in a poll contest and the two highest vote getting themeswere Lego next, so nights and Lego Pharaohs quests. So I had apole between these two and pharaohs quest won the pole by literally too votes,not even joking. It one by two votes, which is such a crazyclose contest, but that is really cool. There was over two hundred and fiftyvotes total and Pharaohs Quest One by two votes. So thank you guysfor that. And that means this week's theme is Lego Pharaohs Quest but beforewe get started, I do need to have the shameless plug. To findme online, you can follow me on twitter and you can follow me onInstagram at Lego lead three to nine. Also, you can like my facebookpage. You know, course, subscribe to my Youtube Channel and I reallywant to implore you guys to subscribe to my Youtube Channel. I normally amnot this shameless. I don't want to be as pushy for these sorts ofthings, but if I reach tenzero subscribers on Youtube, Lego will consider mefor their ambassadors network. But they told me, and some email conversations I'vehad with them, that they won't consider me until I have tenzero subscribers andI am a pretty GC decent chunk away from that. Have about six thousubscribers. I would really, really love to reach tenzero subscribers. Also,sorry, my water puddle just fell over. Accidentally kicked it with my foot.But guys, please go check me out on Youtube and subscribe to myYoutube Channel. If you check me out there and help me reach tenzero substhe LEGO ambassador's network might consider making me a part of it, and thatwill really expand the podcast and my instagram in my youtube channel and making allmy content as cool as possible. And...

...finally, one more thing. Ifyou really like my content, maybe consider becoming a patreon supporter. Any donationof like one dollar a month goes a long way for funding awesome podcasts likethe one you're about to listen to. All right, all that stuff outof the way, it's finally time to jump into this week's theme, theFan vote theme for the end of season two, and that is Lego PharaohsQuest. So what is Pharaoh's quest, you may ask. Now, thistheme is very similar to Lego Adventures Egypt, and I'm happy that I'm doing thistheme after, I argue, did my adventures Egypt theme a few weeksago. Go listen to that episode if you haven't already, because it willdefinitely add a lot of information to what I'm about to say about the LegoPharaohs quest theme. So this theme, Pharaohs Quest, is very clearly ins s adventurer style thing that's definitely inspired by movies like Indiana Jones or themummy films with Brendan Fraser from the late s and early two thousands. Andof course it's a theme that's exploration to Egypt. Shocker, Pharaoh's quest ishack taking place in Egypt. That was literally a surprise to no one.Now this theme, as compared to a theme like adventures, I would say, is slightly more on the fantasy side of things. There's definitely some moresupernatural mummy kind of stuff going on. There was some of that with adventures, but this thing really hones in on the fantasy side of things with thistheme and personally for me, I believe I am predisposed to love any themeof this sort. First off, I love Indiana Jones and he had Jones. Raiders are lost, dark is one of my top ten favorite movies ofall time. I absolutely love Indiana Jones and my brother, like I mentionedin my adventures Egypt episode, was a Humongous Fan all of the adventurers theme. So he had lots of those sets and I kind of grew up aroundthose sets. I have a soft spot...

...in my heart for those sets andthis is kind of like a spiritual successor to that theme. And I alsolove Egyptian mythology. I remember, I think it was fourth grade, fromme in elementary schools when we learned about Egyptian mythology and I always thought itwas super fascinating and also like if you read the Bible and stuff, there'stons of stuff about Egypt. So I was always surrounded by just learning stuffabout Egyptian mythology. I always thought it was super interesting and Ken just thestuff they have going on there. I've always wanted to go to Egypt.I love to go there some day. Definitely something on my bucket list.And One more reason I'm predisposed, especially my love Egyptian mythology comes from theshow Yu Gi, oh you gio is all about Egypt in this crazy stuffthat happens with pharaohs and things in Egypt. So you get was one of myfavorite things growing up. So I've always loved Egyptian mythology. I've alwaysloved India, Jones and this kind of era of theme. So I'm definitelypredisposed to really like pharaohs. Quest now this theme was released in the earlywinter of two thousand and eleven. Technically speaking, I actually got these setsin November of two thousand and ten early from toys R us back in theday, and I was the first review some of these sets on youtube nearlya decade ago now. This theme came out the same time as the aforementionedtheme, which is Ninjago, and there was this weird debate. I mentionedthis in my Ninjago season one episode from Season One. Those He'son one,episode six. Listen to that if you haven't already. But I mentioned inthat episode that Ninjago and Pharaoh's quests were kind of like oddly pinned against eachother. They came out around the same time and they were both like spiritualsuccessors to classic lego themes from the S, with Faris quest obviously being adventures Egyptand Ninjago being kind of a spiritual successor to the original line of LegoNinja sets. So it was very interesting...

...and it was kind of like pinningLego fans against one another. People like what theme is going to be better? What is better? Pharaoh's quests or Ninjago? And there's some debate aboutthat and in hindsight that is hilarious because Pharaoh's quests lasts one way and we'lltalk about everything. Faros quest, ever, produced here today, and obviously Ninjagowas still going on and next year will celebrate a ten year anniversary asone of the biggest lego themes of all times. So in hindsight it's reallyfunny to me that there was legitimately a debate online about which theme would bebigger and better, because obviously it did not end up even being a contest. And I have to admit, guys, back in the day I was HashtagTeam Pharaoh's quest. I love Paraos Quest, I was all in onPharaoh's quest. I got pretty much all the Pharaoh's quest sets and I likedNinjago. I had nothing that gets Ninjago, but I was definitely rooting for Pharaoh'squest and I was a little disappointed at the time that fare's quest didn'tlast as long. Now I don't think Pharaoh's quest as a theme would reallymake sense to last a super long time, but that's kind of where I stoodback in the day. Now, before we started talk about the productsLego made for Pharaoh's quest, we can talk about the plot description of thistheme. So this is a paragraph plot description from Briquepedia and them about toread to you guys for the plot of Lego Farris quest. It goes asfollows. Professor Archibald Hale is on a trail of I'mset raw along lost pharaohand his six mysterious treasures. Professor Hale is an archeologist, but more usedto museums than working in the field. As this will be one of hisrare expeditions, he hires Jake Rain's explorer, thrill, secret in all around Daredevil, to assist him with the heavier work. You discovers an Egyptian tabletwhich he uses to translate a journal telling the story of mset Raw. Itreveals his evil intentions and loyal servants such as mummy warriors, flying mummies atMassocobra, a giant scare beetle, a new bist guards and other strange andterrifying creatures. General also contains notes about the pyramid of onset raw himself,which the two explorers set out to invest...

...a gate. So that is theplot description of Pharaoh's quest, and you already heard some of the names ofthe characters, but I will go through all of the characters for Pharaoh's questshere real quick before we talk about the sets. The main guy is thisdude known as Jake rains, pretty similar named to Johnny Thunder. I'll talkabout while the names are similar here in just a second. We also hadthe aforementioned Professor Archibald Hale, the main female protagonist. Her name was Helenascavling. Not entirely sure if that name is correct and I'll talk about thatname here and just a second. And finally, for humans, we hada guy named Mac McLeod. Now, if you listen to my adventures Egyptepisode or if you're just catching on by the last names, all of thesecharacters have names that are related to whether. It was the same thing with JohnnyThunder. Those were weather related names. Here we have rains, hail.Now Helena scavling. It looks like sky falling, but there's just aV instead of an F, so that's kind of weird. So I guessthat's kind of the weather related name with her. And then finally we haveMac Mick cloud. So all of these characters have very interesting weather related names. Now, the villains of this theme in particular are none of them arehuman. I guess technically the Pharaoh we used to be a human, butnow he's, you know, a mummy. Basically none of the villains here arehuman, like adventures Egypt with Baron von Varen and Sam Sinister. Sothe villains here are M set raw. You also had a snake charmer mummy, a mummy warrior, a flying mummy and then in anubist guard and thena bunch of oversized creatures. So those are all the characters and the plotof lego Ferris quest. Without further ado, let's start talking about the Lego Ferrisquest sets themselves. So, like I said earlier, Farris quest onlyhas one wave. There are six normal sets that are all in boxes.There's also three promotional sets. Will talk about those at the towards the endof this episode, but let's begin with the normal pharaohs quest box sets forfive dollars and forty four pieces. The...

...first so talk about is called SCAUBattack. This set came with the Jake rains mini figure and the build ofthis set that there was a small side build, it's a little campsite forJake and the main build was a brick built scaub beetle. No'll scare beetles. I first learned about them watching the Brinden fraighter mummy movie from one thousandnine hundred and ninety nine. They have some pretty horrifying scenes to the scarybeetles like go inside people's skin. That's stuff really frick toy out when Iwas a kid and obviously scared Beatles are definitely kind of an icon of ancientEgypt, and this scare beetle it was pretty cool. It had giant studs, as I which made it look a little bit cartoony, but did havea nice dark blue printed shell that had like Egyptian hieroglyphics on it. Thesecreatures from Pharaoh's quest kind of have this look that they're like stone statues thathave come to life as these creatures, but they all look pretty cool now. This is a very oversized scare beetle. Obviously a beetle is a very ssmall creature in real life, but compared to minifigure this thing really isn'tthat big. Obviously wasn't a five dollar impulse size set, but it wasstill a pretty cool build. Now for ten dollars from this way, withseventy pieces, we had the set called Golden Staff Guardians. The figures includedwith this set. Here were Mac McLeod and you also got two mummy warriors. Now, these let me warriors had some pretty cool new pieces. Theyhad this Skimmitar esque looking sword that was a brand new mold and they alsohad the aforementioned scare beetle, but this time was actually a shield piece.That was also a very cool looking piece. So, like I made some reallycool accessories for these mummy warrior figures. Now the builds of this set.First off, our first vehicle from this theme is an old style motorcyclefor Mac that was dark red. It was the same piece they used forWilliams motorcycle from the Indiana Jones theme and it had some cool printing on itas well. Now, the main build of this set was a shrine forthis golden staff, and he mentioned I mentioned during the plot description of thistheme. They are all these golden artifacts.

They're going after the golden artifact.With the scare beetle set was simply just a gold nugget piece. Thisone had a gold staff. All this staff was actually a brand new piecethat was later used for low key staff and the first wave of avenger sets. Kind of interestingly enough, it was a cool staff that kind of had. It looked very similar to the staff that you see in raiders are lostarc that helps them find the location of the lost arc and it's a coollooking piece that has a spot for a stud or no, for a pegconnection in the middle. We'll talk about that when it comes to the nextset. This is also the first, like you know, big new piecefor this collection of golden things to collect throughout these sets. Know, thesemacguffin chasing sort of things are very common throughout lego themes, especially like Ninjago. Now there's also a small play feature where you could push a little technicrod from the back and it could dislodge this staff so Mac could take itfrom these mummy warriors. This was a pretty solid small ten dollar Lego set. As we get a little bit bigger with the sets, here we havethe twenty one hundred twenty five piece. So start to hear a lot ofthe prices or pieces for these fairs quest sets leave something to be desired.So not a good pressure piece there. But this set is the flying mummyattack. It came with Jake rains with this was a different version in anaviator outfit, and then you got two flying mummies. Now these fly mummieshad a slightly different mummy headdress piece that had kind of like a raw orhorace or set. One of those different guys that have birds heads had kindof a shape for a bird's head there, which was pretty cool, and italso came with a new wing piece that had some printing on it,and that wing piece, interestingly enough, was actually used, as actually beenused for some Lego superheroes figures in the future. It was used in transparentred for the Falcon figure from the comics version of Falcon from Lego Marvel.It's also been used for the CON versions of vulture from Lego spider man andmost recently in gold it was used in...

...the wonder woman one thousand nine hundredand eighty four set that came out just a couple months ago. That actuallyreviewed on my youtube channel. So that piece has seen some life after thePharaoh's quest theme, which is something I can't say about a lot of theother specialized pieces from this theme. Now the builds of this set here.First you got a dark red biplane for Jake that had some pretty aggressive lookingTommy guns on the top, which was pretty cool, and you also gota decent size obelisk, which of course, is something very common in ancient Egyptfor the mummies, the flying mummies, to protect. Now the top ofthe obelisk actually has a gym and that Jim it was a simple lego, you know, Jim piece. You could take that gym and actually putit in the staff that I mentioned with the last set, which is apretty cool little kind of connective play feature between these two sets. And speakingof play features, there was a really cool play feature. The biplane inthis set had like a robot arm that could hold that could like fold down. They actually use the Lego torch piece and you could fly the torch pieceover the gym and it just had enough connection that you could actually pick upthe gym and steal it off the top of this tower. That was asimple but very effective play feature. Remember having a lot of fun with thatfeature when I got this set nearly ten years ago. So overall, whilethe pricer piece of the set was bad, I have really fond memories of thisset. Good build good playability and some awesome flying mummy figures with somereally cool pieces. This was a great twenty set. Getting a bit bigger. For the next set. Here is the cursed Cobra Statue. This isa thirty dollar set with two hundred and thirteen pieces. It includes the figuresof, yet again, Jake rains. This one also was the only setin the entire way to include our main female protagonist and Helen US govoling,and it also came with a mummy warrior. And No, this was actually alsoreferred to Brikipedia as the mummy snake charmer. His head dress piece hadsnakes printed on it and he was holding...

...a couple of snakes. And obviouslythis entire set is really based on a Cobra, which of course is asnake. So the build to the set, the first one, was a smalljeep like vehicle for our heroes. This is a very similar build toa lot of the jeep kind of like vehicles we see in the original adventureseach up sets. I actually mentioned a bunch in my adventures each of episodehow repetitive those vehicles got in that theme. Fortunately, this is the only setthat really has one just like it in this theme. So I thinkLego kind of learned from their mistakes there. But it was a pretty cool littlevehicle that both of the figures could sit in and had storage in theback. You also got the Cobra Statue. The statue was pretty interesting. Ithas like a pedestal where the mummy warrior can stand and there's also agolden scare of beetle shield include with this set, which is the artifact theyare trying to get in this set. And then you have the statue ofthe Cobra behind it. Now the Cobra could actually attach to this pedestal,but you could completely detach the Cobra from the pedestal and it became like thisa live Cobra thing to fight our heroes. And the Cobra's hood. It's aKing Cobra and it had a hood that was made from some vinyl pieceswith some coold printing on it. It had a cool printed face and itused kind of the EXO force bionical fusion style ball joints here to give thisthing lots of snake like articulation. It was a really kind of fierce lookingand very cool looking build and had some good playability features there. That wasa solid thirty dollars set. Now for fifty with five hundred twenty seven pieces, the only good pressure piece for any of these farrish quest sets is theset titled Rise of the Sphinx. Now, the Sphinx was a big set fromthe original adventures, where that was actually voted as the best set fromthat wave. This one was not voted as the best sparrows quest set,and this is kind of an interesting set and I have some issues with thisset. This set came with, yet again, Jake rains and the onlyother figures included with this set. Here...

...we're just two mummies too, mummies. They weren't really special mummies either. First off, three mini figures forthis fifty set was definitely a letdown, but this set does have the buildsto hopefully make up for it. So the first build was a small hotshot stad, that's not the right term, hot rod style car for Jake rains. Now I like this build. It looks really cool. I thinkhot rods. Obviously they are popular at this time and it looks really cool. However, I really don't feel like a hot rod style car is goingto get you very far in the desert. It doesn't seem like a vehicle thatmakes a lot of sense to have in the desert. Jeep like vehiclesor the vehicle are about to mention in the biggest said this line make perfectsense because they're like, you know, all terrain vehicles. This one,though, doesn't make a hole on a sense, but it's a pretty coollooking build and ideal like that. They did mix it up from the kindof jeep style of builds and of course the main built of this set isthe Sphinx. But this Sphinx is just horribly inaccurate to an actual sphinx.The head of this Sphinx here is shaped like the Egyptian God of death,and that is of course a new bass who has kind of an iconic Jackalhead. Now, look, I think a newbis is great. I thinka new BIS has a really cool design and there is some cool newbis stuffwe'll talk about in the next at in this episode. But sphinxes do nothave a Nubus's head. SPHINXES are supposed to be half human, Half Lion, sometimes also eagle thrown and there were some wing creatures. They have humanheads and the Sphinx, as an Egypt have human heads with the typical kindof like Faroh head dress. So it's very strange to me that this onehas an anubis head. Really odd that Lego just didn't give it a morehumanoid looking head. So it's not an accurate Sphinx, but it does lookpretty cool. And the inside of the Sphinx here had a tomb that couldopen up to reveal a golden mummy skimmitar swordpiece, the same one we've seenwith this one was in gold. So...

...that's pretty cool and it was apretty cool play feature. Additionally, the entire Sphinx could actually lift off thiskind of tomb build and become like an a live creature to fight our heroes. So that was a pretty cool play feature as well. But I stilljust can't quite get over how inaccurate this Sphinx is to the real word,quote unquote, real life mythical creature. Short rant about sphinxes out of theway, we can talk about the biggest set from this line, that isthe one hundred dollar, seven hundred and ninety two piece set, the ScorpionPyramid. This set came with a lot of mini figures. It came withJake rains, MC mcloud, the exclusive professor Archibald Hale. Kind of weird. Doesn't come with Helena. It comes with all three the other protagonist,just not the main female one, which she came this set. But besidesthat, you got a flying mummy, you got to a new bist guards, who are completely exclusive to this set, had an exclusive head mold like anew BIS, and these figures still to this day, are so onmy maybe top ten favorite lego figures of all time. I love the lookof these anubis guard figures. They were also equipped with the scare of BeetleShield and that skimmit our weapon. They look great. And you also gotonset raw, the main faraoh villain of the Pharaoh's quest theme. That isreally cool. Now, the builds of this set are also pretty fantastic.You got a halftrack style vehicle for the heroes, so a half track,pretty much literally like the name would suggest, is a vehicle that is half likea jeep, have car kind of vehicle and half like a tank.So it has half of the you know, wheels of the vehicle, quote unquote, are actually treads. That's pretty cool. Makes Sense for the desert, unlike the hot rod and the Sphinx set, and it's a cool,more unique vehicle. Really Nice thing included with this set as a small sidebuild. Also this set, I mean it's called the Scorpion Pyramids, soit's no shocker it comes with an oversize...

Scorpion to protect the pyramid, andthis is in the same styles all of the big creatures from this theme.Kind of looks like a stone statue come to life. Has a nice printedhead and some printed pinchers. It looks really cool, lots of articulation,good for a playability. A great build for this Scorpion. And then youalso got the pyramid itself. And this pyramid is built on a raised bassplate piece. Lego used to love these rays based late pieces. They camein all sorts of themes like Ninja and castle and Alpha team. The raysbass late piece used to be a staple. Mean like even Lego city police stationsand hospitals use them as well. I believe I might be wrong,so don't quote me on this, but I think this might be the lastLego set to ever use one. I don't really make them anymore. Iunderstand probably why they don't make them anymore. Their giant pieces that are probably expensiveto produce and they also do kind of limit the creativity of the buildbecause you have to use this specific bass plate and build kind of around that, which isn't quite as fun, but they do look really good. Thisparticular raise bass plate piece was in a dark tan color and the pyramid isbuilt on that. So the outside before we actually talk about the main peer, but the outside features a very small obelisk that I remember falling over veryeasily because it was very loosely attached onto the bass plate and I feel likeit could just knock over credibly easily. Just kind of funny. But youalso got a snake pit and a Scorpion pit and then the pyramid itself.It's not super big but it does have that iconic pyramid design, although itis a dull house style. So it's a facade from the front then it'scompletely open to the back. But the pyramid itself features a front entrance withdoors that had a new bas on them and you could actually turn some littlecones from the outside the activated a gear mechanism on the inside to open upthe doors. That was a really cool play feature. Additionally, speaking ofdoors, actually a trapdoor above the main door on the second level there's likea balcony in the second level and then a trapdoor. You could open thattrapdoor to actually spill from things on top...

...of our main heroes, which wasa cool play feature as well. Additionally, the inside of the pyramid was kindof underwhelming. There really wasn't a whole lot going on inside. Onone side there was like a small gym with some stickers with hieroglyphics. Theother side has had storage for Omset Ras headdress piece. But speaking of msetRaw, the minifigure for him is cool and exclusive to this set, buthe also had a cool play feature to reveal where he is hidden. Sothe tomb for mset rose actually hidden deeper within the bass play build of thisset. Within the Interior The pyramid, you could push on a small technicmechanism that completely activated an explosion play feature, so it would blow up a walland then the sarcophagus for m set raw would blow out. It's aSam sarcocras piece they used from the adventurers Egypt themes. You could put theentire minifigure inside. It was a very cool play feature. The member ofbeing a lot of fun with this set and it's also cool how hidden itis like an actual pyramid where they built and had, you know, Pharaoh'sburied deep, deep inside. That was a very cool element of the set. And finally, this set was voted on as the best set from theLego paraos quest theme and I have absolutely no issue with that. I couldnot agree more. It's definitely the best Farris quest set. It's a greatlego set in general, and I said that means a lot to me becausein I believe, early two thousand and eleven, this set was my twohundredth video special review, which is really cool to look back upon. SoI have a lot of fun memories of this set in particular and I agreethat it is the best Pharaos quest set. Finally, there's a few promotional setsI can talk about at the end of this episode. The first oneis the desert glidder polly bag. That was a smaller pen. You alsogot the desert writer poly bag. That was a small car, nothing reallyinteresting. They're both of them, I believe, came with the Jake rainsminifigure. Also, we had the skeleton...

...mummy battle pack. This was afifteen dollar blister pack, Lego store exclusive thing that came with too, mummywarriors, one flying mummy, a sarcophagus and a bunch of gems that wentinside of the sarcophagus, kind of a random for gone little thing. Thoseset don't really matter, but I had a lot extra time to mention them. That is it, though. That is all of the LEGO paraos questsets. that the six main sets and those three promercial sets, and there'sabsolutely nothing else. This was a very shortlived theme with only rule one realwave, and I definite fully which it had at least one or two followup waves, I don't think it would have able to last super long,but it's sad that there was only the one wave. But it's a reallycool theme and I was happy to be able to talk about it. Andit's good to talk about this thing because I recently just talked about adventures Egyptand this is kind of like a sequel two of that episode. And thankyou, guys so much one for voting for this theme. I had tonsof fun talking about it and I hope you enjoyed your favorite theme being chosenas this week's episode of Brick Ology, and thank you so much for anotherseason of brick ology. In listening to ten more episodes of me talking aboutLego themes and, like I said, next week will be the endo seasonquestions and answer. If you have any questions, either send me a DMon Instagram, a legally through to nine, or email me directly at legoly throughto nine at GMAILCOM and why at it? Find me online facebook,twitter, instagram, pature, on Youtube, you name it, I'm all overthe Internet. Please go check me out online, subscribe to my YoutubeChannel Help me reach that goal of En k subscribers. Thank you all somuch for listening and we're getting this podcast to where it is today, fivethousand streams to complete seasons. I'm having so much fun and there is alot more to come in the future. Thank you all seriously so much.Have a great rest of your day. Peace Out, but.

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