To me, it would be either ben 10 or last airbender.
I think I speak for the crowd Galidor.
Galidor shouldn’t even count. It’s either one of these two things:
- Not a real Lego theme at all, but more just licensed action figures
- Not really a Lego theme, but still uses the ratcheted-joint system found on other Lego sets from the likes of Exo-Force and even the new dinosaur molds.
Hero Factory, Alien conquest
Hero factory. Good parts though.
And minecraft. Just kill me already, please.
They’re good for parts, but the sets are terrible.
The Worst Theme to have ever even walked this planet has to be ZNAP. Not only was it basically the “K-Nex” Building toy, it was a knock-off of a bad toy.
Here are some pictures:
Either Ninjago or Chima.
Don’t kill me guys
- It is a Lego trademark.
- by that logic Bionicle isn’t Lego.
You’re all so uneducated.
So, a lot of the other themes in this topic speak for themselves. Galidor being creepy action figures, Znap not even close to the standard system, and etc
Ninjago and Chima are perfectly valid system themes with a plethora of good parts and good colors at their disposal, with the former possessing a moderately passable storyline, while the latter gave us all manner of interesting animal elements and cool weapon pieces.
- Sure it is, but it wasn’t Lego’s original idea, it was a license.
- Ratchet, not ball joint.
LEGO Games is mainly used for piece packs.
Ben 10 and Monster Fighters.
@RECspiriah I will say that Ben 10 was a GIANT mess of a theme, but Monster Fighters was pretty good.
I didn’t really like it in my opinion.
Define “worst LEGO theme” first.
I will admit, it had its faults(Some of the sets are “meh”), but it also introduced a variety of new pieces and some pretty good minifigure prints.
Don’t even try to make me change my opinion.
It brought some new parts but still my opinion stands.
inb4 someone puts bionicle
if I had to pick, it’d probably be Galidor
I wasn’t trying to change your opinion, I was just trying to show some positives of the theme. I am sorry if I came off that way.