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I have been most intrigued by this concept of the 'Agami' race, and probably will make a few mocs with this race. Can I get more information about the Agami culture?
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| December 13, 2009, 8:46 pm
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I'm glad that someone interest in them, because i concentrate on other races. You are very free for them. What i set is, that they're coldblooded reptilian creatures like the classic Lizardmen from many fantasyworlds.
Homeland is the coast of the orclands but several tribes spread over the world.
Their culture is archaic and they live in small packs/tribes along coasts, rivers and swamps as hunters. According to their biology they can't live everywhere and prefer to stay where they are. In diplomatic relationships they are mostly egoistic or agressive and want to expand their territory without sharing with others, but they have some loose alliances with the orcs. So, the orc hordes do have Agami mercenaries in their lines. Aside, Agami mistrust all and everything and they fear magic.
For building structures i suppose to make something swampy like nests or huts made of plantparts, so brown and green or what you want. But they are not much civilized, so use spearweapons and light armors etc. . And the green bodies of the Space Police aliens are perfect for the figs. If you don't have you may can variate the colour.
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| December 14, 2009, 1:25 pm
Very cool! I like the Idea of them being swamp dwellers. I will probably submit some building Ideas, but don't expect many green bodies, I only have a few that would work.

Agami magic? Would the Agami have any sort of magic about them? If there are, I would assume it would be shamanic, not much more.

Also, would it be ok for me to use the old Aquanaut heads on some of the agami? I'm talking about the one with red eyes and green eyebrows.
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| December 14, 2009, 3:26 pm
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I don't need the faces for Legonia, so ok. And shamanism may, too. But make them isolated from the normal people.
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| December 16, 2009, 10:43 am
Ok. I'll probably have a moc up of it next week sometime. I've already made a small swampland set with the Agami. Is it ok if I use your Idea for doing box-art? It will be different however, to show that my creations aren't really associated with yours.
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| December 16, 2009, 2:57 pm
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Why not? The box style was just some playing of how Lego would make a toy series out of my world, so the sets are. I'll continue that style partly.
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| December 16, 2009, 3:01 pm
What about the Ba'tolian* blue people? What is their background? I didn't see much on them either when I looked.
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| December 18, 2009, 5:21 pm
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Quoting Net Raincaller
What about the Ba'tolian* blue people? What is their background? I didn't see much on them either when I looked.

They lived in the desert and jungle of the Ark'tohl empire as peaceful men until the humans enslaved their race, destroyed their old culture and integrated them into Skorpion emirate's society as farmer and worker class. Their culture is split. One group use its abilities of crafting and other stuff to get better positions in the hierarchy (and often fight in the army, which enslaved their grandparents once). The other group tried to start a revolution for freedom and emanzipation several times but failed until today. Their original culture is unknown, because the strong Emirates took all away.
I used one only in my Emirate's war waggon set yet.
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| December 18, 2009, 5:33 pm
What about goblins? I know they are mostly alchemist but not much else.
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| December 18, 2009, 5:39 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
What about goblins? I know they are mostly alchemist but not much else.

You're right. As many fig designs you can use for them as many different sub-species exist. Goblins in Legonia are very intelligent and always searching for wisdom, adventure or someone to annoy, so they can be found everywhere over the continent. In bigger kingdoms they are integrated in local society. In big cities of the Middle kingdom you'll find mostly at least one goblin quarter.
They're also one of the few races with natural born magic ability.
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| December 18, 2009, 5:46 pm
Where do trogs live, all a know is that there very uncivilized.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:44 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
Where do trogs live, all a know is that there very uncivilized.

Troggs are nomads so they don't have own space. You can find them wherever forests for food and caves7hills etc for hidouts can be found. More info will come soon.
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| December 31, 2009, 5:15 pm
What are magors?
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| January 13, 2010, 6:47 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
What are magors?

For now, just an undeveloped idea of a more agressive goblin race fighting in the orc hordes. Will come later.
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| January 13, 2010, 6:55 pm
I need data on the the variations of ninjas, also what are shazzur demons?
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| January 14, 2010, 5:10 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
I need data on the the variations of ninjas, also what are shazzur demons?

On Peng Cheng, nearly every settlement/city has its own government, the shoguns. SO, every shogun makes his own army consisting of samurai warriors and ninjas (martial arts master and agents). So every group can have another flag, colour weapon preferity. Lego just produced 5 colours of ninja heads so black and grey would be the biggest groups. Ninjas are trained by a monk. Because the island isn't developed in detail, you can create your own group.
The shazzuru demons are somekind of undead samurai riding a dark monster (i use black dragons from the fright knights series now but that's not the final version, their final background will come later)
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| January 14, 2010, 5:24 pm
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shazzuru demons riding on black dragons...
is there a link to the Bat King ?
btw, about the Bat King, I like to pretend his helmet is a magical one that allows one to fly,
I'm not going to use any of that in my series though, the trip trough the Forgotten Kingdom will be a silent one, in the meaning of fights and discoveries and such, just the main characters scared by ghosts :p so they try to get through as fast as they can
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| January 15, 2010, 6:28 am
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According to the timeline, the shazzuru menace is already over yet so wherever some would appear again, they're just survivors with new intentions. On one of the new Lego universe posters an undead samurai was drawn. He was a good design for what i have in mind.Also black mages can evocate them for their armies, but they're not an own faction anymore.
I assume, that the black dragons are a race living in the south in general, while in the north, the dragons are mostly green.
In the official Lego comics, the batlord had magic abilities but fought the witch all the time, maybe he feared that mages would find out the secrets behind his power?
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| January 15, 2010, 11:08 am
The lego universe undead samurai was a wraith not to mention purple, I don't understand how to put this in lego. Also, I have some data about the ninja variates, but how could red ninjas control one third of pen cheng? They where spies and assassins many ninjas where wiped out in japan when a shogun attacked the cities where many of them where they couldn't fight openly that well so how could they conquer one-third of a island?
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| January 17, 2010, 7:03 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
The lego universe undead samurai was a wraith not to mention purple, I don't understand how to put this in lego. Also, I have some data about the ninja variates, but how could red ninjas control one third of pen cheng? They where spies and assassins many ninjas where wiped out in japan when a shogun attacked the cities where many of them where they couldn't fight openly that well so how could they conquer one-third of a island?

The group is meant. That text was an older one, in the wiki about Peng Cheng i wrote, that there're 2 military units, the ninjas and samurai, so the shogun who rules over the red ones controlled one third, so sorry. Aside, this is not Japan so we can change the usage a bit, i have many ninjas but just a few warriors so i always used the ninjas for fighting :) simple: samurai= trained and amoured warriors; ninjas: quick, material arts, stealth and light amoured.
And the ghost, it's an inspiration, you can't build him. Use a black samurai amor, a skull, and a cape.
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| January 17, 2010, 7:10 pm
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