Everything you could need to know about the LEGO® community is represented in the BrickZone.net® link almanac. Each one of these sites offers a unique and vital service to the AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO®) community. From LEGO® sales & deals to LEGO® set inventories and independent marketplaces. Check out each one of these sites for amazing LEGO® experiences.
The official LEGO® site
LEGO Shop at Home US—the official LEGO ® site. This is a great place to find bulk bricks and weekly sales and deals. Check this site often for information on new products. Also check out the LEGO ® Club for kids!
Site Highlight: Shop at Home Exclusive sets not avaiable in stores! And now Pick A Brick: buy LEGO® elements in bulk!
LEGO Company Ltd Shop at Home UK—the official LEGO ® site. This is a great place to find bulk bricks and weekly sales and deals. Check this site often for information on new products. Also check out the LEGO ® Club for kids!
Site Highlight: Shop at Home Exclusive sets not avaiable in stores! And now Pick-A-Brick: buy LEGO® elements in bulk!
Set inventories and instructions databases

lugnet.comThere isn't much you can't do with LUGNETtm which stands for LEGO ® Users' Group Network. Check out the latest LEGO© news from the community around the world! There's also a newsgroup for every imaginable LEGO ® category. You can even check out LEGO ® events.
Site Highlight: Watch for news from LEGO ® Direct's own Jake McKee. The best source for fan-company relations.

LUGNET™ is a trademark of Todd S. Lehman and Suzanne D. Rich

bricklink.com—This is another very powerful tool for the LEGO ® model builder. Bricklinktm makes it possible for you to either save or make money buying and selling bricks in bulk. Need a rare piece that only appears in a couple sets, you can find it on Bricklinktm using their advanced search engine. Or, you can buy the set the piece appears in and sell the rest of the pieces in your own store.
Site Highlight: An excellent catalog that makes it possible to see if a piece exists in a certain color and how many sets it was produced in.
peeron.com—a very powerful and amazing LEGO ® inventory system, can save you a lot of time when it comes to searching for parts. Not only can it's easy-to-use search tool let you know if the part exists in the color you are looking for, it will tell you what sets the piece is available in and how many pieces were in that set. That way you know how many you should be able to find in your collection before you go looking for it.
Site Highlight: Track your own LEGO © inventory in My Parts.
Brickset.com—is an encyclopedia of offical LEGO® sets. Every set is not only catalogued but also reviewed by LEGO® fans so you can see what a set is rated before you bid for it at an online auction or buy it from a Bricklink user.
Site Highlight: Keep up to date on rare LEGO set sightings and other community news in the Brickset News Archive.
Event sites

brickworld.us—(from the site)Brickworld is an event created by Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs). The event is divided into two sections; one for registered attendees and one for the general public. Both sections of the event support our motto:

Share - Learn - Explore - Discover

Blogs and LEGO® news

lugnet.comThere isn't much you can't do with LUGNETtm which stands for LEGO ® Users' Group Network. Check out the latest LEGO© news from the community around the world! There's also a newsgroup for every imaginable LEGO ® category. You can even check out LEGO ® events.
Site Highlight: Watch for news from LEGO ® Direct's own Jake McKee. The best source for fan-company relations.

LUGNET™ is a trademark of Todd S. Lehman and Suzanne D. Rich

eurobricks.com—This site is a great place for the latest LEGO ® company and product news. Always up to date and the first to have new set news and pictures, check this site frequently for exciting headlines.
Site Highlight: a friendly and informative forum.
Brickset.com—is an encyclopedia of offical LEGO® sets. Every set is not only catalogued but also reviewed by LEGO® fans so you can see what a set is rated before you bid for it at an online auction or buy it from a Bricklink user.
Site Highlight: Keep up to date on rare LEGO set sightings and other community news in the Brickset News Archive.
  brothers-brick.com—more cowbell than any other LEGO blog.
LEGOfan.orgfor now this site seems to be on hiatus...
Secondary market sites--People selling vintage sets and parts in bulk
bricklink.com—This is another very powerful tool for the LEGO ® model builder. Bricklinktm makes it possible for you to either save or make money buying and selling bricks in bulk. Need a rare piece that only appears in a couple sets, you can find it on Bricklinktm using their advanced search engine. Or, you can buy the set the piece appears in and sell the rest of the pieces in your own store.
Site Highlight: An excellent catalog that makes it possible to see if a piece exists in a certain color and how many sets it was produced in.
MOC sites-where you can view other people's creations
brickshelf.com—This is the place to check out other users' LEGO® creations. Regular LEGO ® builders, just like yourself, upload pictures of their MOC's (My Own Creation) to show off for the community. You can also browse old catalogs and an expansive library of instructions.
Site Highlight: Upload your own MOC's to show off to the LEGO ® community.
Other useful LEGO® tools
Brick Journal—Online AFOL LEGO magazine. Incredible! There's even an interview with BrickZone.net creator Mark Larson. Check it out! Now seven issues online!

ldraw.org — This is the site where you can get an extremely useful LEGO ® building tool. LDraw™ gives you the ability to create virtual LEGO ® models and print instructions. Everything about this amazing site is a highlight.

LDraw™ is a trademark owned and licensed by the Estate of James Jessiman

Theme-specific fan sites
Classic-Pirates.com—Uniting Pirate fans all over the world.
Site highlight: There are many, including a comprehensive customs section, excellent MOCs and set reviews among many other great features!

Classic-Castle.com—A great source for everything classic Castle.
Site highlight: an excellent how-to section that covers a wide variety of topics, from custom mini-figs to brick-built beasts!

© 2003-2008 Classic-Castle.com. Site design © Anthony Sava and Benjamin Ellermann. All rights reserved.

FBTB.netFrom Bricks to Bothans is an excellent source for LEGO® Star Wars ® news. They also have a handy internet pricing guide, set list and extensive gallery of MOC's. Check out this groups forums for friendly, entertaining community folk as well as a wealth of information.
Site Highlight: Click here to see some amazing Star Wars
® LEGO® Mocs.

Design and content © copyrighted Tim Saupé 1999-2002
Star Wars® and related trademarks are owned by Lucasfilm Ltd.

Custom parts
BrickForge.com—An excellent collection of custom minifig accessories! I have personally purchased many pieces from this site. They're well manufactured, look great on the mini-figs and are made by a cool guy, too. I met him at BrickWorld 2007. Stop by and buy some stuff from him. You'll love it!

Kaminoan's Fine Clonier Decals—"This service was started by Kaminoan as an artistic venture to further the enjoyment of the LEGO® hobby. The Fine Clonier produces waterslide decals used to make colorful characters, predominately from the science fiction genre."

Other LEGO® story-telling sites
LEGO comic-Brick House—A very funny LEGO® comic complete with Pirate Ninjas, Cola wars and FART bombs. Brick House is told with a great sense of humor and adventure. The site also has a lot of great MOCs-including the Firefly ship from the Serenity series...

All Content 1986-2008-through the End of Time by Christopher Doyle

LEGO comic-Unlikely Society—They're back with new characters and new stories. The guys that inspired BrickZone.net's site owner Mark Larson to tell his stories are telling a hilarious story about LEGO® misfit superheros...

© Hedgehog Productions, 2008

Other Fabuland® sites
The Unofficial Fabuland® Homepage—The first site on the net devoted completely to LEGO® Fabuland. Has an exhaustive inventory of sets, figures and parts plus a cool vintage layout!
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