>>9282576>The houses will likely have a detailed interior space and accessories, so they are more than just backdrops.
So they will be expensive but mostly used as backdrop if you have 1+ house.>The argument of how many would you buy can be made about any big toyline.
You should define big toylines. Because most toylines have playsets. Not just a house with interior. So the question always rises why buy another house? Even will dollhouses and play and pretend the question is in the room and the producer try to make it different. MotU has castle, monsters and playset with snakepuppet with different playfeatures. Here you dont even get a legionary fortification.>Do you buy every Marvel Legends figure each year? No, but other people will, depending on their favorites.
You are right. They are completists i would ask the same question. Similar to the dolls fans. But they dont take that much space or cost a less than a house.>I think I'm getting the bard's and the chief's houses,
And thats ok. I can understand that from a collectors perspective>and I'm sure a number of people will be getting the whole village.
Dont know, they probably already have that metal/hardrubber village. Maybe hardcore fans.>on top of that this subline blends with Playmobil's historic themes very well.
Thats what is good about it. But for expensive license stuff kinda too expensive. And biggest customer are still kids.>They still have other iconic houses to do if they want. The fisherman's and the blacksmith's shop are recognizable yet all around useful houses.
Which you could do, but the question is if kids want to recreate that scene? I would say they want to play the stories, not the running gags. You can see that it is designed for high profit. they made big sets, with houses which they can sell better overpriced. Let alone the main characters are only in the biggest set.