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You can now buy Lego’s gigantic Lord of the Rings: Rivendell set

It’s yours for $499.99

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A photo of the Lego Rivendell set mid-assembly
Lego’s Rivendell model is one of the largest sets ever made and includes 15 Minifigs
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This Lord of the Rings Lego set looks fly, you fools! OK, now that we got that out of our system, we can tell you more about Lego’s Lord Of The Rings: Rivendell set, including that it’s currently available to order.

The $499.99 set is a massive, 6,167-piece model of the village of elves. It’s one of the largest Lego sets available, between the 6,785-piece Lego AT-AT and the 6,020-piece Hogwarts Castle. The attention to detail in this set is remarkable, and it comes complete with 15 minifigs of all your favorite LOTR characters, so you can accurately recreate that time Sean Bean did that weird circle thing with his hand.

Update (March 8): Changed this post to reflect that it’s now available for order. Previously, the ability to order was limited to Lego VIP members.

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