I see that many people are very fxxk when it comes to danish history wel. i don't know muck about dates but here is all the land that has been taken/ warning not fully correct m8
once apone a time the danes had the south side of sweden and it sucked the sweds took the land back agian and we (thedanes) only had the islands and a big portion of jylland (thedanismainland). the germens took some of jylland and now we don't have much left
ps this must be the most sucky thing you ever heard...
Wow, just wow... I can't believe the amount of Minecraft requests I found on that site. Mojang's request was not unique, in fact there was a Lego Minecraft with more than 5,000 votes which was totally unrelated! Clearly this idea has a lot of steam and I very much doubt it's slipped Lego's notice that there are so many different suggestions for the same basic premise.
I wholeheartedly support the idea of having Minecraft Lego! The two games marry into one another perfectly, and a Lego version is something that even children too young to appreciate the video game can enjoy (I'm training the young ones to become future miners and creeper-hunters!).
That said, if they ever do make a Minecraft Lego set, there's a few things I wouldn't be happy unless I saw.
1) Monsters figures!
Especially Creepers! Where's the fun in building something if nothing's there to blow it up afterwards?
2) Chests, furnaces and crafting tables!
After all, Steve needs somewhere to call his base, and a base isn't complete without these essential items.
3) Pickaxes and other tools for the figures!
Those little cupped hands on the Lego men? They're perfect for holding things! So, it stands to reason to give them a Pickaxe to go mining, and swords to deal with pesky zombie hordes. It just wouldn't be Minecraft without the ceaseless onslaught of the undead horde.
Seriously, if they actually go ahead with a set of Minecraft Lego I will be camping the stores for the first batch. You can count on that! Hmm... better invest in a tent though. I don't think they'd appreciate me mining a hole in the wall and plugging it up with cobblestones...
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