LEGO Fuso

This new stand alone release based on the legendary War in the Pacific from 2 by 3 Games adds significant improvements and changes to enhance game play, improve realism, and increase historical accuracy. With dozens of new features, new art, and engine improvements, War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition brings you the most realistic and immersive WWII Pacific Theater wargame ever!

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LEGO Fuso

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I'm sure some of you remember the LEGO Yamato

Here is the LEGO Fuso for your viewing pleasure...
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Wow that must have taken a while to finish! Pretty cool though
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Realy nice.

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I want one!
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Now add those 1,200 sailors.
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WOW! I don't remember seeing that kit at my local Toys R Us! [:D]
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There is more there than just the Fuso. He must have a pretty large garage!
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Now add those 1,200 sailors.

Thats nothing...my son could staff a Nimitz class carrier WITH air wing with the number of mini-figs he has!
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That takes more patience than I could muster, or space.
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Wow, I didn't realize the hull had big square rivets on it. [;)]
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Its not a very well known fact, but the Lego Fuso actually has better armor than the real one.
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Hello

There are some pictures from other ships ... a Yamato class BB and a cruiser.


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Really nice.


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so asking the dumb question as one who hasn't known the pleasure that is LEGO since oh......longer than i'll admit.....

How do these wonderful creations come about? are the parts custom made? Is it an actual kit you can buy?

Will i ever have a place big enough to fit LEGO Fuso?

Will the ladies be impressed?

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Nikademus, so many questions. How about, "If you build it they will come." [;)]
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Wow, nice
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Nikademus, so many questions. How about, "If you build it they will come." [;)]


what'za Yamato with you? ask a simple question...... [:D]
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Will the ladies be impressed?

Some of them might actualy be.

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God, that must have taken a long time to build.
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ORIGINAL: Nikademus

Will the ladies be impressed?

Some of them might actualy be.

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Amazing Looking.[;)] I wonder what the Length and beam is on that baby?
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