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12:6 - Spot (Dr. J. Ohnn) vs. Polka-Dot Man

MATCH SCORE
Spot (Dr. J. Ohnn): 7
Polka-Dot Man: 2

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12:6 - Queen La vs. Jafar

MATCH SCORE
Queen La: 6
Jafar: 7

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12:6 - The Overlook Hotel vs. Lt. Ellen Ripley

MATCH SCORE
The Overlook Hotel: 9
Lt. Ellen Ripley: 6

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12:6 - Jonah Hex vs. Red Sonja

MATCH SCORE
Jonah Hex: 6
Red Sonja: 5

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12:6 - Battle-Beast vs. Doctor Doom

MATCH SCORE
Battle-Beast: 1
Doctor Doom: 11

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12:6 - Alice (Resident Evil) vs. Geonosis

MATCH SCORE
Alice (Resident Evil): 8
Geonosis: 4

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12:6 - Mirage vs. Gaston

MATCH SCORE
Mirage: 8
Gaston : 6

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12:6 - Captain Marvel / Shazam vs. Thanos

MATCH SCORE
Captain Marvel / Shazam: 11
Thanos: 3

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12:6 - Martians (Mars Attacks) vs. Necrons

MATCH SCORE
Martians (Mars Attacks): 3
Necrons: 8

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12:6 - Plastic Man vs. Doomsday

MATCH SCORE
Plastic Man: 2
Doomsday: 11

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12:6 - Rat Catcher vs. Clock King

MATCH SCORE
Rat Catcher: 6
Clock King: 7

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12:6 - The Kangaroo vs. Calender Man

MATCH SCORE
The Kangaroo: 1
Calender Man: 8

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12:6 - Segata Sanshiro vs. Count Chocula

MATCH SCORE
Segata Sanshiro: 5
Count Chocula: 4

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12:6 - Martian Manhunter vs. Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell)

MATCH SCORE
Martian Manhunter: 7
Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell): 5

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12:6 - The Gregory House vs. John Connor

MATCH SCORE
The Gregory House: 4
John Connor: 6

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12:6 - The Matrix vs. Alexa "Lex" Woods

MATCH SCORE
The Matrix: 4
Alexa "Lex" Woods: 10

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12:6 - Skull Island vs. Alan Grant

MATCH SCORE
Skull Island: 3
Alan Grant: 12

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12:6 - The Frieza Force vs. Phalanx

MATCH SCORE
The Frieza Force: 4
Phalanx: 7

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12:6 - The Flood vs. Tyranids

MATCH SCORE
The Flood: 2
Tyranids: 8

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12:6 - Gotham City Police Department vs. Cowboys

MATCH SCORE
Gotham City Police Department: 6
Cowboys: 4

6:2 - Emmet Brickowski vs. Hobbes


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SEASON 6, ROUND 2

Emmet Brickowski

Slot: The Team's New Toy
Season Wins: 0
Season Losses: 0
Fantasy Team Page
Read more about Emmet Brickowski at Wikipedia
Official Site: Warner Bros



Hobbes

Slot: The Team's New Toy
Season Wins: 0
Season Losses: 0
Fantasy Team Page
Read more about Hobbes at Wikipedia
Official Site: Bill Watterson


Battle Terrain
Living Toys: best for a feminine child

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22 hours ago, Vincento said:

"My sweet child... this Christmas I give you... one lego piece".

People getting caught up on one Lego character and not the fact that he's a magic building savant. Kids could get the playsets of their dreams from him.

For 'girly' types? Princess castles and amazing pony barns.

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33 minutes ago, Bergy_Berg said:

People getting caught up on one Lego character and not the fact that he's a magic building savant. Kids could get the playsets of their dreams from him.

For 'girly' types? Princess castles and amazing pony barns.

Did you even watch the Lego Movie? He doesn't have the ability to do most of that without the kid playing as him. The assumption that the kid also has one overpriced lego set, let alone the amount of sets that the kid had in his dad's basement is also one that comes out of nowhere. At MOST, Emmet could wiggle from his own volition but that's literally all I remember him doing. When up against a plushed toy doll, I literally fail to see why a girl would pick a SINGULAR lego toy. This is key, hence why I keep repeating it.

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* looks at battle terrain *

Yep, Barbie's gonna go pretty far in this Draft. :D She's a more diverse toy than some may realize, and I almost drafted her myself. Whatever you do, @Lordofice, do not put Barbie on your bench.

But yeah, judging from that strip alone, Hobbes should have this one.

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40 minutes ago, Macklemore said:

Did you even watch the Lego Movie? He doesn't have the ability to do most of that without the kid playing as him. The assumption that the kid also has one overpriced lego set, let alone the amount of sets that the kid had in his dad's basement is also one that comes out of nowhere. At MOST, Emmet could wiggle from his own volition but that's literally all I remember him doing. When up against a plushed toy doll, I literally fail to see why a girl would pick a SINGULAR lego toy. This is key, hence why I keep repeating it.

So you're really gonna take the feats of only being a regular toy? Like, that's what we're doing here? Because that's silly.

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45 minutes ago, Bergy_Berg said:

So you're really gonna take the feats of only being a regular toy? Like, that's what we're doing here? Because that's silly.

Me personally, I'm looking at it from the same perspective you are.  I'm giving the toy full value in how we see it in it's "living" incarnation or as through the imagination of a child.

Pretty tough match because either fits the criteria depending on what the child feels like playing with. Could easily make a case for both these toys being played with at the same time.

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I think Hobbes would be the toy a girl would want to play with. I knew so many girls in my life that were into stuffed animals and I can't hardly remember any of them owning legos. I think most of my memories of legos were from boys that had them.

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