Sometimes, video games are the source of inspiration for the newest LEGO fad. Such may be the case if this LEGO Ideas version of the Stable in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild were to become reality.
This fantastic-looking set piece was conceptualised and submitted by Hanswasyellowfirst (real name Harry) for appraisal on the LEGO Ideas website.
The LEGO Stable looks as magnificent as its original counterpart from the game, with the makeshift dragon head also made out of a variety of differently-coloured LEGO bricks.
The dragon head roof can be opened to reveal the interior, which allows for a variety of scenes for added playability.
And how can the Stable not be without its inhabitants? The current iteration on the site shows six Minifigures, with brick versions of Link (although faceless, perhaps just a placeholder), Beedle, Kaas, Pikango, Traveller and the Stable Master.
And if you count the three horses, that’ll be nine solid-looking Minifigures so far.
The submission has so far gotten over 5,900 supporters at the time of writing, and still has over two years to accumulate a total of 10,000 supporters before LEGO can make it official.
Of course, they would probably still need approval from Nintendo, as this is first and foremost an IP owned by the Japanese gaming company.
At the rate this person is going, we wouldn’t be surprised if his submission gets put into mass production for all our brick-building pleasure. Plus, this might be the very first official LEGO Zelda product to be made if it were to pass approval.
Other stellar LEGO Ideas that we’ve seen come out in recent years are the LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie 21317 earlier this year, the LEGO Ideas Voltron 21311 and LEGO Ideas TRON Legacy Set 21314 in 2018.
So if you’re reading this and are excited at the prospect of building a LEGO version of the Stable from Breath of the Wild, why not support Harry’s project?
Marion has a serious RPG addiction. Sometimes it bleeds into real life; he forgets to sleep because he thinks he has a Witcher’s body clock. Forgive him in advance if he suddenly blurts out terms such as “Mind Flayer” and “Magic Missile”, because never once does he stop thinking about his next Dungeons & Dragons game.