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35 LEGO Ideas project that are in for review!

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You read that correctly, there are 35 projects that are under review. Brickset has created a thorough breakdown of each set. This is my first time seeing all these entries, and following the entire LEGO Ideas process.

So amazing that each one of these sets were able to get 10K supports, and congrats to each one of them.

I saw a video from Ashnflash and I agree with some of his thoughts.

Ashnflash actually have a project that is in for review as well. His project Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Course looks pretty neat!

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Here are additional thoughts from Just2Good

Looking at the list, here are the TOP 10 sets that I like! In no particular order, but just sets that I wouldn’t mind seeing at a LEGO store.

The Mountain Windmill from Hanwasyellowfirst

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Brickwest Studios from Bricky_Brick (I would buy this tomorrow if I could)

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Fast Food Corner from RobinHoodBricks, I LOVE MODULARS!

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Avatar: The Last Airbender from Minibrick Productions (did anyone else love the show?)

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Seasons In Time: Calendar from BrentWaller (I want this so bad!)

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Exploratorium from EndlessAges

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Gold Rush Mine Train Roller Coaster from Footonabrick (Reminds me of a roller coaster ride that I used to go to at Wonderland!)

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The Bakery from Bricky_Brick

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Temple of Hermit from Brickfornia (another set I really want, look at those details, reminds me a bit of Ninjago city for some reason)

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Ratatouille: ReOpen The Doors! from Brick Project

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So what are your thoughts? Do you have a set you love and would like to see get into stores? If so, comment below!

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