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    did Revenge of the Brick prompt you to go and buy more Legos ?

    It did for me, so in that sense I'd say it was a great advert.

    A week after seeing "Brick" I was in Target and scooped up 3 new sets. I grabbed the ARC fighter, Droid Tri-Fighter, and Wookie attack playsets which, as of April 2nd, I had planned to wait until clearance or at least until I saw the new movie.

    So like I asked, did Brick inspire you to go out and buy more goods ?

    *to be fair, I should add that Target was running a sale so I saved a fistful of dollars but the enthusiasm was still there. Man, you have no idea how hard it was to pass on the sale-priced Clone Turbo Tank !

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    Re: did Revenge of the Brick prompt you to go and buy more Legos ?

    Not really, though it did get me thinking about the sets I already had a bit more, rebuilding and doing fun stuff with them. To be fair though, I already had the ARC-170, Droid Tri-Fighter, and JSF Vulture Droid sets by the time they played this, and I had already planned to buy the Wookiee Attack set.
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    Re: did Revenge of the Brick prompt you to go and buy more Legos ?

    I just wanted to get a Gen. Grevious minifig to help improve my TV reception.
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