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DEEP LORE Legoman 10/03/2020 (Sat) 22:44:32 No.669
>After leaving Power Miners, Brains joins the Atlantis team. >In 8078 Portal of Atlantis a skeleton of an Aqua Raider can be seen >The aliens from Alien Conquest are shown to be behind the Atlantis and Pharaoh's Quest themes
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>After failing their invasion, the aliens release dinosaurs, starting the Dino theme >The leader of the team sent to capture and contain the dinosaurs is Josh Thunder, a descendant of Johnny Thunder
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>Lord Vampyre summoned the Buggoids from Galaxy Squad >Solomon Blaze from Galaxy Squad later goes on to lead the Ultra Agents Although it isn't confirmed (as it is possible they are separate characters): >Invizable and Toxikita from Ultra Agents appear in Ninjago as Paleman and Tox respectively
Another interesting tidbit is that Orient Expedition is confirmed to take place in 1933. The sticker of Johnny Thunder from a Scooby-Doo set seems to imply that the Egypt line of Adventurers took place in 1922, though this could just be a reference to Howard Carter discovering Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922.
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The story behind Dino Attack
Archived these the other day
From the recently remastered LEGO Universe OST, this is the background lore narrated by Patrick Stewart.
>>1014 That's pretty sweet, thanks anon.
Insectoids combines two trends of Classic Space minifigure design. They come in two different colours (or rather colour combinations) like the first ones, that had five, Also, they have a "leader" with a slightly different design and printing on legs or helmet, like in 90s themes. Though giving each "character" a different torso started with Exploriens and androids with Spyrius. What's more, its seems that neon green helmets pilot flying vehicles while darker green ones do ground vehicles. Even cockpits seem to have properties depending on the color. Trans-green ones rear windows, perhaps related to powerorb storage, and neon ones are actual piloting cockpits.
>VIDIYO actually has something resembling lore which reminds me of Trolls: World Tour with different locations with each their own music genre >Only six of the genres are elaborated upon, the other four are mentioned in the app's bandmate list. >Hidden Side has ghost characters you can unlock by playing the Ghost Mode in-game, including the bosses shown on set boxes (Playing Ghost Mode is free and doesn't require having a set btw, it's actually more fun than being a Ghost Hunter). All of them have personal little descriptions on their profiles, like how they died or what they do after their death. This includes references to the places you see in the sets and cartoon.
>>1044 Very nice analysis anon >>1050 I wonder if they will elaborate on VIDIYO lore. I've seen some of the Hidden Side character profiles and some of them are really dark for a Lego theme.
>>1044 Another kind of division exists in UFO >Main aliens appear only in the bigger UFO sets (the ones with saucer parts) >Red robots pilot smaller or detatchable aircraft >Blue robots pilot land vehicles
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>>1050 sorta related >The Vidiyo shark singer can be seen as a graffitti in the skatepark set, released befoer vidiyo was announced
>>1096 I love when LEGO puts in little easter eggs and references like that. I want Tony Stark's Sakaarian Iron Man almost purely for Tony's torso alone. (Also, mech parts.) Unrelated note, but when it comes to LEGO and lore there's two types of universes: >Non-Brick Built Shows that act like normal fiction, the only actual LEGO thing being the characters. This includes shows like Ninjago, Nexo Knights, Monkie Kid, City Adventures. >Brick-Built >Things are made out of LEGO and it's treated as normal. Objects tend to break apart into bricks & pieces, characters can detach their hairpieces (on purpose or accidentally) and the main characters have the ability to build things out of LEGO parts. (Thanks to the LEGO Movie I assume these characters are so-called 'Master Builders'.) Things like The LEGO Movie franchise (including the Ninjago Movie, hence the differences with the show) and licensed shows like Marvel/DC/Jurassic Park count under this.

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