1) The Ghostbusters befuddled by a Scooby Doo villain. These two universes are superficially similar in a way, but with a major difference: Both feature a lot of supernatural villains, but in Scooby Doo, they tend to be hoaxes, while I can't remember the Ghostbusters ever facing a hoaxed spook. Now, Scooby Doo has had plenty of exceptions, but one thing I've noticed is that almost every time it happens, from the animated film, Scooby Doo On Zombie Island to the live-action adaptation Scooby Doo to the recent series, Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated, it's treated as some new occurrence that catches the "meddling kids" off-guard--and maybe it is; since there seem to be multiple Scooby Doo continuities. The aforementioned SDMI even had history being rewritten as part of the canon. So I think instead of having the Scooby gang thrown for a loop by the rare advent of a real monster, they should have the Ghostbusters be bested and maybe captured by a rare ghost their traps can't suck up, naturally because it's not a ghost at all, but some guy in a mask who, for extra humor, should be depicted as surprised he ever managed to capture anyone. Then the Scooby Gang has to rescue them, only to be scared half-to-death by experiencing the 'busters' real work afterward. Oh, and speaking of the unknown, Blogger doesn't know the terms "Ghostbusters" or "Scooby Doo". That's pretty pathetic, guys.
2) Doctor Emmet Brown Vs Doctor Who. Or alongside him. Or something to do with him. You have failed if you don't take advantage of this opportunity!
3) The Ninja Turtles. Because they're the Ninja Turtles! Little other explanation is needed here.
5) A Portal Gun Offered to Dorothy as a Way to Get Home. Work it in somehow.
6) Emmet from The Lego Movie meets Owen from Jurassic World. Fans already did the "Starlord" joke, which can't be done here because he's owned by Disney and in their game, but have these two meet.
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8) Scooby Doo Scared of Unikitty. I don't mean her hulked-out angy form, either; that can come later, but for humor's sakes, have Scooby be scared of the peppy, sugary Unikitty!
9) Combat that Doesn't Suck. Really; I hate to get negative again, but TT combat is a clunky affair with recycled moves across multiple characters. What's the point of playing Batman and punching out the Wicked Witch of the West if Dorothy can do it just as well? The answer is comedy, but really, I want characters to feel unique and defeating opponents to feel like an accomplishment. If I'm going here, I suggest Lego implements a sort of RPG mechanic the way Disney Infinity 2.0 did, but characters' movesets should be different from the start, too.
10) Classic Lego Characters! This is one I really doubt getting, and one of the many things licensing has effectively killed for Lego adaptations, but I want it. I want at least cameos from classic characters (AKA, those from non-licensed brands before The Lego Movie); the Brickolinis, King Kahuka, Dr. Cyber, suprise me! I'd even take a Galidor reference for hipster points!
Oh, and if you're wondering why I didn't put creative construction as one of the things I want from this, it's because it goes without saying that I both want it every time, and don't think it's at all a reasonable expectation any time.