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Two Towers’ Helm’s Deep battle scene LEGO recreation

There are LEGO recreations of famous movie scenes, then there’s The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers’ Helm’s Deep battle scene LEGO recreation. Built by Rich-K & Big-J, this monumental and jaw-dropping piece is meant to deliver excitement and goosebumps to Lord of the Rings fans and LEGO fans everywhere.

It took them four months, 150,000 LEGO bricks, and 1,700 minifigs to construct this 160-pound monster creation. It is absolutely impressive with regards to scale, complexity, and detail – just look at all those mini battles and ladder climbing and wall scaling that’s happening!

Where’s Gandalf in all of this though? Hint: ‘Look to my coming on the first light of the fifth day. At dawn, look to the east.’

lego knights fighting
lego knights fighting
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lego medieval knights
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lego medieval palace
lego land construction
lego castle under attack
lego castle under attack

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