Strange Mystery

| Apr 15, 2010
LEGO technicians and scientists from the Bradford Rant Institute of Cosmic Kinesis (B.R.I.C.K.) have made a startling discovery. A recent scan of the Great Minifig Mission website revealed that the Maelstrom has gained access to the site and possibly infected it.

”We thought that The Maelstrom might be increasing the minifig total. Why? To make fans believe that no more minifigs need to be sent to LEGO Universe,” said Dr John Deutschendorf from B.R.I.C.K. ”We now believe that our minifig totals are too high.”

The scientists will continue to work alongside LEGO technicians to get accurate readings. The team also plans to improve security between Earth and LEGO Universe.

”We must keep the Maelstrom out of the Great Minifig Mission website,” said Dr. Deutschendorf, ”My team will alert fans when we know how many minifigs are actually being sent to LEGO Universe. More work will need to be done, but we are confident LEGO fans are up to the challenge. Their work so far has been amazing!”

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Sim533 said... [REPLY]

Thank you very much, Chris. Post your MLN name to get some MLN blog points for this discovery.

LegoFan101 said... [REPLY]

I see...
All they need to do is set up a firewall. =P
Hey... That could be a new mission! =O

Vanderdecken12 said... [REPLY]

Knowing LEGO, they probably already do have a firewall. I'll just bet that the LEGO Universe has a lot better computers that can break past firewalls faster than we can.

Arin3 said... [REPLY]

GUYS there is a new creation lab chalenge: Brighten Brickkeepers Day

TheSkeletonMan939 said... [REPLY]

Of course, that's all fake.

LEGO has a very good firewall. It wouldn'y be destroyed by imagination's nemesis.

Vanderdecken12 said... [REPLY]

Never underestimate what imagination isn't capable of....

Chris said... [REPLY]

Hey, it's wooton, I accidentally posted on my other account (well, technically this account)

LegoFan101 said... [REPLY]

*cough*It's a little thing called role play.*cough*
Of course we know they have a firewall.
Otherwise, the LU site in its entirety would have vanished.
And LEGO would probably taken offline for ransom money...

That's reality. Let's get back to imagination, eh? ;D

Sim533 said... [REPLY]

OK. 50 clicks would be added to your blog points account. You have 285 clicks ready to use now.

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