Lighting nut newly discovers lighting Lego!

Hello, Everyone! My name is Michael, and I am relatively new to the AFOL community, and just as new to the lighting community. My first adult Lego set was given to me by one of my kids, 7106 Droid Escape, given to me at least 14 years ago. No activity at all since then, until I started wanting to replace things that had been gifted to me by loved ones, but then had been lost. High on that list was 6075, the original castle set. Never one to be satisfied with how it came, after I rounded up all the helmets, shields, vests, and knight's visors to make the castle complete, I had to add extra guards. A few month went by with no further interest in getting any more Lego, then a targeted ad showed me the Lego tree house, all lit up. As a kid, I had always wanted the Lego light set, but was never able to get it. As a kid, I had always wanted a tree house, but we never had any trees. And I love building stuff and embellishing how the set came, so there was a trifecta sitting right there, and I had to have one. After the tree house came the roller coaster, then I found out about the Lego fair. I am hooked on building and lighting Lego! You'll see more of me on here, I have some to post in other sections of the forum.

Cheers!

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  • Welcome back to the hobby! Lighting up LEGO MOCs adds a whole new layer of complexity and fun to the hobby.

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