Contributor page: Noah – nace10

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Hi! My name is Noah, but I go by nace10 or noahnace10 on most websites. I am a KFOL (Kid-Fan-of-LEGO), a Christian, a video-gamer, and a LEGO fan. I am also the first KFOL to become an official contributor at theBrickBlogger, which is pretty cool. Yay! :)

When I was very little I played with DUPLO, but when I was three or four, my uncle gave me a tub of his LEGO. Either before or after that, I got what I think was my first normal-size LEGO set. (I did get some LEGO-4-Juniors sets before that, but I’m not talking about those.)  It was a LEGO Alpha Team set, featuring a machine with crab-like claws and a bad-guy and a good-guy. The main thing that I remember about this set is Ogel’s evil orb that could turn ordinary civilians into mindless drones to serve as his slaves. The orb was really cool, with a white minifig head piece, but instead of a face pattern it had Ogel’s symbol; a crab-like creature with six legs that was blue on one side and red on the other.

I liked to make little LEGO cities with the road-plates from my uncle, but when I was almost eight, I was at Wal-Mart and I saw a LEGO Indiana Jones set with Indy on a motorcycle with his dad. Soon after I got it, I was hooked on Indiana Jones sets. Although I didn’t even know much about Indiana Jones, my friend and I loved to talk about Indiana Jones LEGO sets!

Well, that how I became a LEGO fan. Then about two or three years later I got into LEGO Star Wars sets when I saw the Hoth Echo Base from 2009. I got that, and then lots of other sets since then.

I found theBrickBlogger when I was impatient to see the LEGO Lord of  the Rings sets. I went on Google and searched for them, and I found a picture of the Gandalf Arrives set. After clicking on it, it showed behind it, the one, the only, theBrickBlogger! I posted my first comment on the How To Build LEGO Guns That Work! article. Now here I am, hooked on TBB! Oh, yeah, I probably have around 6,000 LEGO bricks! 😛

Questions? Feedback? Type them in the comment section below! I’m on a lot – since this is my favorite website – so I will likely respond to your comment quickly. Thank you for reading my articles! 😉


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Meneldur son of Garamar June 5, 2013 at 5:26 PM

Do you go by Nace or Noah? If you go by Nace, I’ll stop calling you Noah.


Noahnace10 June 5, 2013 at 7:01 PM

My name is Noah. Nace is my middle name.


Noahnace10 June 5, 2013 at 7:12 PM

So I go by Noah.


Meneldur son of Garamar June 8, 2013 at 2:49 PM

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Is Nace short for something?


Noahnace10 June 9, 2013 at 11:05 AM

Hmm… I don’t believe so.


K2 November 3, 2013 at 9:12 AM

It’s neat that you are the first KFOL contributor here! :)


NoahNace10 May 6, 2014 at 11:19 AM

Yep, I was really excited when I realized that.


ninja5 May 3, 2014 at 8:03 AM

Nace, I’ve got a Zelda question for you, since you’re a Zelda fan. Can Legends Of Zelda games be played stand-alone, or do you need the whole series to play out a story? I’m considering getting a Legends Of Zelda game, but I could only find 2.


NoahNace10 May 6, 2014 at 3:18 PM


No, each Zelda game has a different story. Although some are sequels, most of them are very different from each other.

My first game in the Legend of Zelda series was Link to the Past. My second was Skyward Sword. The stories of those two games are very different, and they were also made almost 20 years apart!

If you would like me to recommend a Zelda game, just tell me which gaming consoles you own.


(It’s weird how you asked me about something Zelda related just a few days before I decided to retire my long used Link Gravatar.)


ninja5 May 11, 2014 at 8:58 AM

I don’t own any gaming consoles yet, but I’m planning to get a DS lite.


NoahNace10 May 13, 2014 at 10:40 AM

Ahhh… The DS Lite…

I’ve have one of those for over six years, and I’ve played it A LOT up until 2012.

However, there are only two Zelda DS games. These are two of the few zelda games I haven’t played, but I’d say neither of these seem to be as good as other Zelda games.

I recommend getting a Wii instead. They’re only $100 now, and both of the Zelda games on it are amazing.

But the best part about the Wii is you can buy older Zelda games from previous consoles! That means on top of having Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword, you can also get:

The Legend of Zelda-$5
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link-$5
Link to the Past-$8 (one of my all time favorite games)
Ocarina of Time-$10 (not just a favorite of mine, but also considered one of the greatest games of all time)
Majora’s Mask-$10 (probably my favorite Zelda, and my third favorite game)

Plus lots of other awesome games.

I assume you have a computer, right? If you do, please tell me. Although there’s no Zelda games for it (well, there was…Nevermind!), there are some great games I could recommend.


ninja5 May 14, 2014 at 7:22 AM

How would I be talking to you without a computer?!!! I also had no idea you could get the old games so cheap for Wii!


ninja5 May 14, 2014 at 7:25 AM

Well, I guess I could have used an Apple device, but yes, I have a computer. :)


ninja5 May 14, 2014 at 7:23 AM

Oh, and there are lots of Zelda mini-games for the computer. And you can play A Link To The Past and all the Game Boy games on the internet.


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