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LEGO Ice Staton Odyssey Instructions , Space

Launching satellites and gathering intel was their main goal, but could they do it without being hindered by the dark forces of Blacktron II and Spyrius? The planet was populated by rugged explorers, faced with the challenge of performing deep space research in the barren cold of Krysto.

All of the Lego sets from those years were like this. Those magnets could make a lot of current sets tons better, especially for agents, PM, and SP3. So is Ice Planet With the rocket on its launch pad and the doors back open, the holder can be lowered and the satellite dish can be raised to calculate the rocket’s trajectory.

The dish’s incline will be controlled by the rack. I do have some of the minifigs, however. Coming in a page counting the lwgo and back coverA4-sized booklet, the instructions manual is just the right size. Unfortunately, I only llego three small sets.

In the early nineties, Lego’s final frontier had long ceased to be a domain of simple explorers and researchers. Also, the wheels were one of the reasons I loved the theme when I first saw them. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.


Instructions For LEGO 6983 Ice Staton Odyssey

This set will always hold a special place in my heart. Legi make the set physically bigger, without increasing the brick count to a ridiculous level. I have no idea what happened to them, unfortunately! It was used on every theme until Exploriens. In my mind, they shot heat rays used to help cut fallen rockets from the ice.

Review: Ice Station Odyssey – LEGO Sci-Fi – Eurobricks Forums

I know a lot of people don’t like the raised baseplates, and I do concede the recent ones haven’t been so great, but I’m a huge fan of raised baseplates. It’s put in place over the narrow parts of the pit. The period from about had almost no stickers and tons of printed pieces, including many that only appeared in one or two sets.

This gives us our three players: Posted December 23, Sign up for a new account in our community. The color scheme is great though. Looking back it it now – maybe the base is simplistic and so on, but almost all of my old LEGOs seem that way now compared to, say, Green Grocer.

The third part is the part that will hold the actual rocket and move it into its upright position.

It pales in comparison to just about all of the other Space bases except possibly The rest is put on top in a quick and simple build. It’s roughly made up of four different elements.


Just because they made the thing super-tall at one point makes it a big base? It’s one of the very few truly large pieces ever made in transparent colors, and that alone makes it useful for a variety of purposes. The trans-orange top gives it that Ice Planet touch. Granted, you do get a large parts selection, but I still think it might have been just slightly on the steep side. I dont remember picking it 6938 in the store, Kego dont remember building it, I just remember being so happy I was allowed to spend 60 dollars for this set.

I hope I will get one someday The big white wheels give the buggy its final look. I remember the box having one of those nifty flaps lgeo allows you to survey its contents before actually opening it which I wish they’d bring back – leog pictures like on the latest police headquarters isn’t enough! With Commander Cool away, the foot folk get their chance to make use of that frozen slope It’s basically just a plate with a bunch of wheels stuck lsgo, and then a few things on top.

If you start with the rocket the other way around, you’ll have to wait putting on the satellite until the nose cone sticks towards mission control, which somehow made less sense to me.