Now, I've only done two so far and while I'd like a Lord of the Rings: Mines of Moria set and The Avengers Quinjet set, there's one set out there on the horizon that makes me forget my wish for a Cave Troll or my desire to destroy a Lego Black Widow.
I present to you, the Lego Monster Fighters Haunted Mansion set:
Even cooler!!! (because why stop there), the set comes with a a zombie chef. A zombie freaking chef. And! ghosts...ghost that glow. In. the. dark.
In discussing this with Bughie J. (Confidant for all my musings of ridiculous schemes involving Lego, toys and video games (while kindly reminding me I have a Hot Toys Loki to pay for at the end of the year)), we decided that all manners of things can live in this Haunted Mansion.
Some where along the way, the conversation on the Haunted Mansion went a little like this:
Me: ...people could live in there. Like Loki.
Bughie J.: and command his zombie chef to make him fish n chips! and Dalek cakes for you.
Me: He and I still trying to sort out the alleged chortling. Let's not talk about it. There was no chortling! pfppbbttfftt. Hm? What? You heard nothing.
Bughie J.: Nothing? Or Something.
Me: Uhh...pancakes? No, nothing. Really though, do we want to eat fish n' chips from a Zombie Chef?
Bughie J.: Depends how good!
Me: It's probably Gollum's fish, all rotten and stuff.
Bughie J.: Might be worth the risk. Fish n' Chips and all.
Me: True. True.
Bughie J.: Plus i'm sure the alcohol will protect me
Me: Who's brewing alcohol in the basement? The ghosts? Well, who else to brew some alcohol than some spirits, I guess.
I can see great things for this house and great frustration in my trying to build it. 14+ difficulty at 2,064 pieces, huh? Should make for hilarious times.
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