Roselindo wrote:How strict are they with the ages? My son loves the castles but he's only 4.
SpaceViking wrote:I've found that the staff is more likely to let kids under 6 participate if its towards the end of the build. The staff at our store has said they don't like to handout cards to 3 or 4 year olds when there are a bunch of older kids in line behind them---they don't want to risk running out before the older kids get a chance to build. But, by 6:30pm or so, after the line is down, they will usually let younger ones in if there are still plenty of sets available.
harrelmusic wrote:Generally speaking, you're probably best telling them the truth if they ask, unless you're not planning on shopping there any more. They have rules posted and most stores are flexible to a degree but just telling them something because they can't prove it is a good way to spoil your lego karma.
atmail35 wrote:I do believe if you are a regular customer and get to know the staff, that is your best bet.
cmrt1014 wrote:Does anyone have a scan of the parts list/directions for this build? In addition to be far too far away to attend, it completely slipped my mind!
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