AK_Brickster wrote:Aww crap... they are out already?? I don't know if I've got enough saved in my Lego budget for these yet!
bronx wrote:DaleDVM wrote:Target and $39.95 USD is the word on the Orc Forge.
I will buy one... but at that price and only 4 figs, I can do without multiples. The printed armor is incredible and I like the olive cheese slopes. The rest of the parts are useful but easily obtained so I can't justify the price for this set. I may try to pick up extra armor on bricklink. My guess would be the armor is going to sell at a premium! If the price is different I may rethink the value of the Orc Forge.
Sadly, that price (as disagreeable as I may find it) seems in accordance with the several others sets that went up on Toys 'R Us that I noticed yesterday given its piece count.
They're already sold out, but here is a link for those interested: http://www.toysrus.com/search/index.jsp ... 54197&sr=1
Like you, though, I will be skipping out on multiples of this set, especially if the Uruk-Hai Army set price of $34.99 USD becomes the standard for all retailers. That's my bread and butter set.DaleDVM wrote:I am really disappointed that there is no standard of any kind with a white hand on it in this wave of sets. A large Uruk army without any standards is going to look blah... I hope they still release one but most of the large uruk army scenes have already been represented in the current wave of sets.
While I'd like more armors and shields with the hand print on it, I don't think it will be too bad considering the group will already consist of Uruk-Hai, and two different colored Orcs.
how is it possible that people are unable to shop LEGO.Com? Ease off them mouse-clickers folks.
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