Teams are at their first official event of each tournament level for the season. For example, teams are only eligible for awards at the first qualifier they compete in each season.
Severe infractions of these rules may result in a team’s dismissal from the event. Judges use the rubrics to help them determine which teams will receive awards. Adults are strictly prohibited from directing team members or interfering with the judging process or robot rounds in any way. While they may attend other events for fun, teams are only eligible to win awards at the first official event of each qualifying level attended during the season.Your team should practice timing their presentation before the tournament to reduce the chance they will go over five minutes. The coach should refrain from helping the team set up any presentation materials or props. There may be rare instances when a presentation prop or other item is too bulky or heavy for team members to carry. In this instance, some tournaments may allow the coach to assist the team, or the tournament may provide volunteers to move the heavy/bulky item. Check with your tournament organizer before the tournament if you have any questions about tournament policies and procedures. Lego must make them and ship them out to the stores.
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Series 18 celebrates the 40th anniversary of the minifigure. The foil packs are tightly packed in three rows within the case, and there won’t be much here to surprise veterans of collecting this theme. This series celebrates the 40th anniversary with a party theme, dressing both the packaging and characters in festive attire. Inside each bag is the standard folded guide with pictures and checkboxes for each character. Series 18 isn’t the first series to feature costumed characters. In keeping with the festive style, this is also the first regular series to use non-black minifigure stands, featuring orange unprinted stands with all of the characters. Excluding that character, a case will have 3 full sets of 16 of the characters, as with most previous series. She has a small mole beneath her eye and smirks as she looks out through the elephant’s mouth. The head is a new mold and feels a bit more cartoonish than some of the other animal costumes. Of course, what sort of elephants go to parties?
The most interesting new part here is the adorable mouse. This tiny mouse sits across two studs with the tail curling around a third. The mouse is medium dark flesh with a light flesh colored tail of soft, flexible plastic. He’s got a tiny printed pink nose and big eyes. The brick is 4 plates thick, so it’s not quite a dead ringer for the real thing, but it definitely gets the point across. The back of the brick is just like the underside of a plate. Other than the face, neither brick costume character has any printing. The brick costume is a modified torso to which legs and a head attach, not a piece that slips over the torso like most costumes. The midsection is a standard rod for a minifigure to hold them, but the that’s the only standard connection point. If you have an idea for what it might fit, let us know in the comments. It’s unfortunate that the nose and tail are not standard connections though, and this is a great looking element that would likely find unique uses elsewhere if it could be attached easily. He rocks a cool pair of aviators, presumably so he can put them on while dramatically walking away from explosions. The big rocket costume is made with a red cone and blue bottom, with the two pieces permanently fused. The tip of the cone has a small hole for accessories, in case you feel like adorning the firework with a party hat or hairbow.
I do wish the firework had some sort of fuse—it feels like the one thing that’s missing. She’s one of the two young children in this series, and features a youthful face with a delighted smile. Her light blue legs are double molded with a yellow stripe, and the hair has two pigtails and a hair-accessory hole for the party hat. Of course, the present isn’t just a lovely striped 2×2 brick. It’s actually a new element; a small container exactly one brick tall. The box is striped on all 4 sides, and is covered with a 2×2 bright orange tile printed with a bow. He’s got an open face with freckles and large eyebrows. The most prominent part of the suit is the the large dragon head, which has two removable horns. The suit is rounded out with a pair of hard-plastic wings and a soft rubber tail. Only the head is a new element, but it all comes together perfectly as though they were made for this character. The printing on the torso, arms, and feet also work great to flesh out the costume.
Lego 19The dragon costume is based on the red dragon that’s appeared in a number of castle sets over the past 10 years. Of course, a guy in a dragon suit is only ferocious at a party. This means slight changes to the torso, head, and cap. Gold , of which only 5000 were released worldwide (and now commands ludicrous prices on the secondary market). Gold was undeniably cool, regardless of your age, but if adults were unlikely to ever find one even by buying full cases, then young children had no hope at all. And adults full of nostalgia can afford to hunt for the 1-in-60 chance of finding this guy, even if that means buying a full case to ensure it. This year he’s dressed as the biggest black spider you ever saw. He’s brought along his pet spider, though from the discomfited look on his face, he’s not sure this was a great idea after all.
LEGO 19″ Display Figure Brand New In The Box. The spider head has four eyes and large fangs. Thankfully, it’s made of soft rubber, so a hard whack with a shoe or rolled-up newspaper isn’t likely to damage it. The downside is that the soft black rubber makes this piece attract quite a lot of dust. His gold bowtie has tiny minifigure heads on it. The cake is a single hard plastic element molded in pink and white, with printed fancy blue ribbons encircling both layers. The cake is just a tiny bit narrower than 4 studs wide, with a mostly hollow interior. Both the arms and legs are dual-molded in black and white. Beneath the mask, she’s got cat-style makeup on, with little whiskers and a black nose. Could it be that this is the long-lost villain, returning to claim his title after nearly 20 years dormant?
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The car sits across the hips and is made of four elements. She wears a large dark orange pot, which connects over the hips.The flower is a helmet dual molded in bright green and magenta, and will surely find good use as an actual flower in fan creations. The pot itself is completely hollow beneath, but has a solid pane of plastic near the brim, except for the two holes for hip studs. So naturally, if you’re going to do a cowboy costume right, you’ve got to include the horse, and this guy is nothing if not thorough. The horse is soft rubber and hangs around the neck, and the tail is similarly soft. The cowboy’s torso is teal, the first time a torso has ever been produced in that color, and has a fancy fringed leather jacket printed on the front and back. The arms are bright orange, and the brown legs have little black horse hooves printed on the feet.
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The miniature horse costume is remarkably accurate to its full-size inspiration, right down to the white markings on the face. He carries and orange ballon and a red-and-white present. The balloon is a new element, replacing the several different types of brick-built balloons that came before it.
We pried one open to see what was inside, but the two halves are sonically welded together, so doing this permanently damages the pieces. They’re very similar figures, though the new figure gets upgraded with a few accessories and a new color scheme. Both the mane and and tail are blue, and the shield is white beneath the printing. Let us know in the comments which character is your favorite, or if you’ve spotted something we missed!
I can’t believe those balloons come pre-assembled and aren’t intended to come apart!
Other than that, this whole series looks awesome to me. They (and myself) were just as quickly disappointed when they opened the officer to find there was no white tile piece with the “box” art on it in this package. Sort the bags according to the numbering of 1–10. Each number refers to a mission model and the corresponding building instruction.