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How many can you build in 2 minutes?
Brick Built Derby Race
LEGO version of a pinewood derby
Mini-Figure Bingo
Bingo....but with a LEGO twist!
LEGO Graffiti Wall
One wall we don't mind you messing up!
Play Brick Table
A place to allow your creation to come alive
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I'll take "Things you can win at Brick Days" for $200 Alex
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FAQ (Registrant) Omaha

Registrant – Frequently Asked Questions (Omaha) 

Who should become a Guest Builder or V.I.B?

EVERYONE!  AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) and TFOLs (Teen Fans of LEGO) that want to spend the weekend as part of a large family of LEGO loving people. This is a great opportunity to share your MOCs (My Own Creations), learn new building techniques, and make new friends.  And, parents/guardians of anyone under 17 as they are required to have an adult escort.

What does becoming a Guest Builder include?

  1. Eligible to display MOCs (individual) – Must Request Display Space
  2. Eligible for Brick Days Awards
  3. Brick Days commemorative brick (Omaha only)
  4. Brick Days commemorative Mini-figure (Omaha only)
  5. Eligible to participate in weekend games
  6. Option to purchase merchandise

What does becoming a Very Important Build (V.I.B) include (Omaha only)?

  1. Eligible to participate in Friday night Events. Such as:
  2. Access to World of Lights
  3. Mini-figure Speed Build
  4. Brick Built Derby
  5. Early access to vendors, displays, and other displayers
  6. Eligible to participate in weekend games
  7. Brick Days commemorative brick
  8. Brick Days commemorative Mini-figure
  9. Brick Days swab bags
  10. Eligible to display MOCs (individual) – Must Request Display Space
  11. Eligible for Brick Days Awards
  12. Brick Days giveaways
  13. Entry into door prize drawings (must be present to win)

When & Where do I pick up my Badge and pre-order merchandise?

You can pick them up at the registration/check in booth at the convention hall. Date and times are TBA

MOC Registration

Who Can Display Their MOCs (My Own Creations)?

Guest Builders and V.I.Bs are eligible to display their creations but you MUST be registered as one or the other.

Do I have to Request Table Space for my MOCs?

Yes.  Requesting table space for your MOCs is is done as you edit your Profile. This is where you request the actual tables/space needed to display your creations. You cannot display your MOCs without requesting table space.

Is there an Extra Charge to Request Table Space for my MOCs?

No, MOC Table Space Registration is included in the cost of your Guest Builder or V.I.B ticket.

How big are the Tables and how Many can I get?

Tables are 8 feet long by 30 inches wide. Theoretically there is no limit to the number of tables you can use for displaying. But, we do try to make sure there is room for anyone that wants to display. So, please do not use more space than you need. The more space you request, the more likely it is that there will be questions.  Conversion:  8 ft x 30 inches is 304 studs x 96 studs.  Or, in 48 stud base plates it is 6 1/3 x 2.  Or, in 32 stud base plates it is 9 1/2 x 3.

Is MOC Card Registration different than Table Space Registration?

Yes, MOC Cards Registration is when you request MOC Cards for your display. The MOC Card gives the name of your creation and the creators name. A MOC Card is required in order for your MOC to be eligible for awards.

What is the Deadline to Request Table Space for my MOCs?

March 13th, 2020 is the LAST day to request table space for your MOCs.

How do I Register for MOC Cards?

You simply enter information on your Profile page

What is the Deadline to Request MOC Cards?

March 20th, 2020 is the LAST day to request MOC Cards.

What can I Display at Brickworld

You may display creations that are built from LEGO bricks. They should be things you created, not boxed sets. All visible parts of the display should be made of LEGO parts only (lighting, printed tiles, stickers, customized figures, and minifigure accessories are exceptions)

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