Dungeons & Dragons’ creators at Wizards of the Coast have gotten along with Lego and hatched a plan to commemorate 50 years of D&D. What they ended up with is that this sub-3,000 piece, picturesque, working D&D dungeon map, quickly to turn out to be an official Lego set.
Again in October, hopeful designers had been requested to submit Lego dioramas showcasing the favorite options of their most treasured tabletop roleplaying game. The successful construct has now been chosen for manufacture as an official D&D x Lego Concepts set, and this fantastically nerdy marriage has made me want Wizards of the Coast would collab with a PC case producer for a similar factor.
The winner—chosen by followers and judges alike—is Dragon’s Maintain: Journey’s Finish, by Lucas from Amsterdam (aka BoltBuilds on the Lego site), who will obtain “1% of the full internet gross sales of the product” together with 10 complimentary copies of their design, and credit score because the designer.
Constructed with underneath 3,000 items, Dragon’s Maintain: Journey’s Finish options “nice routes with changeable doorways every time”, that means it could actually truly be used as a purposeful D&D map in-game.
It appears to be like as if the green dragon is totally poseable too, although whether or not it should characteristic within the closing set is one other matter solely. Now think about in the event that they selected to fee a D&D impressed PC case for the fiftieth anniversary, that might be the dream.
You’ll be able to regulate the Lego Concepts weblog for particulars about when the set will turn out to be obtainable, whereas I cry about not being provided that garish D&D PC case the Aarakocra Bard inside me needed.