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What specific items/pieces would you like to see?

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tahra:

--- Quote from: Rasputin on September 05, 2022, 13:59:43 ---Armies of what, overly happy trees, animals and klickies

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I love the colors... amazons, elves, forest.. SOMETHING, whatever. There would be loads to use, even excluding the silly pinkish stuff (and even those could probably be of use, if not those idiotic starving ugly ridiculous stupid bodytypes - no, NOT over it :'(  >:( )

GrahamB:

--- Quote from: Rasputin on September 04, 2022, 16:05:37 ---
I mean soon it’s possible this “fantasy” element will infect normal themes

Oh wait……..


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 :lol:
Three great examples there of the 'infection,' Ras!

Janilew:

--- Quote from: tahra on September 05, 2022, 14:46:33 ---I love the colors... amazons, elves, forest.. SOMETHING, whatever. There would be loads to use, even excluding the silly pinkish stuff (and even those could probably be of use, if not those idiotic starving ugly ridiculous stupid bodytypes - no, NOT over it :'(  >:( )

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When I first saw the leaks of them, I was horrified. This is the furthest Playmobil has ever gotten from their iconic look. At least Novelmore, Dino Rise, and Wiltopia are more or less the same just with "shiny" pupils. Meanwhile, these freaks resemble a different brand entirely. Were it not for some familiar parts, I'd never guess in a million years they were Playmobil.



At the very least, they'd be part of some bizarre collab. At least the sets are cool, the major ones having gimmicks and lights. Easily high-jacking them for the fairies I do like.

As for the main purpose of this thread, I'd like more civilian figures and items for the pirates and knights line. Also, a better fleshed out "Halloween/Monster" theme. Scooby-Doo is good, but I'd like to see base Playmobil give it a whirl. What if there was a creepy mansion that had more sophisticated traps than the Scooby-Doo one? I sketched some ideas a while back. Oh! Or what if there was a system where there's whole rooms sold separately but could be combined in any way you want to build your own "house". Nothing super complex, just roomboxes basically; and each one had a gimmick towards a different monster. Like a library for Dr. Frankenstein or a music room for a vampire, etc. Maybe the werewolf could have an outdoor set?

Klickteryx:
A modular room theme like that could be stacked to make a dollhouse or placed flat to make a gaming table. Characters could move from room to room and interact with each feature of the room while trying to complete a task.
At the very least you could use the modules to make 3d versions of games like Cluedo/Kill Doctor Lucky.

Janilew:

--- Quote from: Klickteryx on October 15, 2022, 08:56:17 ---A modular room theme like that could be stacked to make a dollhouse or placed flat to make a gaming table. Characters could move from room to room and interact with each feature of the room while trying to complete a task.
At the very least you could use the modules to make 3d versions of games like Cluedo/Kill Doctor Lucky.

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YES!!! :love: It sure could be an excellent game idea! Didn't even think of that! I always had this idea of modular roomboxes but with traditional dollhouse miniatures ever since my mom brought them up. She was big into those back then. But now I see potential with Playmobil, but only with the red and yellow bits system or the glorious Steck. I loathe the idea of the current snapping tabs system that makes me scared to handle the darn buildings.  >:(

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