What type of LEGO fan are you? Take this quiz to find out!
What is your main strength?
I pay attention to detail.
I am good at making deals with people.
I have an eye for aesthetics.
I am good with tools.
I'm great with gears, levers and motors.
What do you do with the stickers in your LEGO sets?
Put them on the main model of the set as instructed for the full experience.
Keep them to give to someone else sometime later.
Find a way to use them for a small project, even if it means cutting them.
Either put them on a few bricks or none at all, as long as the bricks are still re-usable.
Store them in a folder.
You have a motherload of the exact same piece!
What do you want to do with them?
Keep them to use for a large project later.
Who knows, maybe it would require tons of the same piece?
Take a picture of one and talk about its usefulness.
Take a picture of it all, and use them as a bargaining chip for pieces I don't have.
Modify a portion of them for a small project.
Store them away, they might come in handy later.
You feel like making a special Minifig!
How would you create it, and what would you do with it?
Create it without any custom-molded pieces, then possibly incorporate it into a vignette or diorama later.
Create it using pieces that are both unique and high in quantity, then sell it off.
Go beyond the limits of what has been factory made and create something really unique,
then either take a picture of it by itself or with a MOC.
Incorporate pieces from the set I have recently opened, and use it in a review of the set as a bonus picture.
I don't use Minifigs often, but if I wanted to make one, I'd most likely use purist methods.
You obtain a new LEGO set!
What is the first thing you do with it?
Build it, of course!
Check to see if there are any bricks I don't need that I could sell.
Count all of the multiples of a certain piece to determine if I have enough to modify for a project.
Memorize any new building techniques, and begin visualizing the different ways to use the bricks.
Take pictures of it and chat about the design quality of the set.
Build it, unless it is a set I only obtained for the parts.
You obtain the latest LEGO video game!
What are you going to do with it after playing through all the levels?
Unlock all the characters in the game to see the ones that haven't been made in real life.
Look at some of the virtual brick-built models in the game to gain inspiration for my next masterpiece.
Analyze every aspect of the game so I could give my opinion of it to my friends.
Sell it a year or two later.
I don't play video games.
Some horrible catastrophe has affected your LEGO Collection!
What do you worry about the most?
Holy moly, everything!
My rare pieces! I hope they're still in mint condition!
My Minifig parts and my tools! I hope they're still usable!
All of my WIP (work-in-progress) projects, I hope I won't have to do too much rebuilding!
I hope my sets are still okay! Good thing most of my work is on the Internet.
My motors and/or Mindstorms stuff, they're expensive!
You're going to a huge LEGO fan convention!
In addition to socializing, what are you looking forward to the most?
Getting a fantastic brick-related deal!
Looking at the latest upcoming LEGO set!
Checking out the custom accessory vendor stands!
Learning new building techniques!
Technic-related collaborations and/or Mindstorms competitions!
Are you ready?
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