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BEHOLD! LEGO Ideas Winning Dungeons & Dragons Set Gets Official Release For 50th Anniversary

In order to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the legendary tabletop game, Dungeons & Dragons, in 2024, LEGO Ideas and Wizards of the Coast launched a competition to identify the best fan-built crossover, and if beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we have a winner.

There were hundreds of submissions on the LEGO crowdsourcing platform, but only five were chosen as finalists by fans. Of course, there can only be one winner, and it is Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s End by Boltbuilds, and next year, customers will be able to purchase this set in stores.

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The model’s whole 360-degree experience, depth of detail, and dynamic composition, according to its official description, “truly brings all the famous characteristics of Dungeons & Dragons to life”.

The landmarks included, according to Boltbuilds, are The Witches Tower, The Tavern, The Dungeon, and The Crypt.

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For D&D enthusiasts, Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s End has a ton of detail and is constructed from roughly 3,000 pieces. There’s even a Beholder concealed in the dungeon below, and the set comes with a whole team of adventurers (five minifigs in total) along with other buildings, including a pub and a witches’ tower. The enormous green dragon curled around the tower is also not to be missed.

The set consists of four distinct places with interchangeable doors, with the intention that players can use it as a useful D&D map and follow alternative paths during subsequent plays.

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Due to the fact that the entire design has been formally transferred from BoltBuilds’ control to Lego’s R&D division, some of this may alter once the official set is released on the market. The final set will probably be smaller and less ambitious, depending on the price LEGO is willing to slap on this item because LEGO Ideas sets rarely remain exactly the same when they are actually released.

There isn’t a set release date yet, but this fan-build will be produced as part of LEGO’s 50th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons celebrations in 2024. This year, fans will be treated to a live-action film and a third instalment of Baldur’s Gate.