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I'm not aware of us making a decision about this topic specifically, but I have no problem with us fielding these questions as long as they are specific, answerable, and not opinion based. If these questions are better suited for SFF, we can certainly move them there, but I have a hunch that our community is better equipped to answer them given the amount ...


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I don't think there's such a site. A few days ago, user @Rand'alThor compiled a list of Stack Exchange sites accepting identification questions: Which SE sites accept "identification" questions? but there is simply no Stack Exchange website for toys in general.


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The question has been reworded by jncraton in such a way that it is now a valid question: Is there a way to buy LEGO houses without minifigs? I have changed the title and reopened the question. Despite the change in title, your answer still remains relevant and I fully support you for answering. Questions based almost entirely on opinions rather than ...


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I think we should add a custom "Off-topic" reason to cover these - "Off-topic - Speculation" - I didn't catch the question Is there going to be a LEGO Simpsons advent calendar when it was asked, but I don't think we can answer this one until it's either released/announced (along with the other usual Advent Calendars: City, Friends and Star Wars) or not, and ...


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In my view, some questions about theme parks are right on topic. For example, questions about the LEGO models would seem to be well within the scope of this site. These questions need not be considered too localized, as we can all see pictures / videos of the models even if we can't see them in person. So, the following could be on-topic: What scale are ...


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