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Fans will appreciate: LEGO released a new majestic set “Lord of the Rings”

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May15,2024

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<p> The new LEGO set will be on sale from June/LEGO </p>
<p><strong>Fifteen months ago, the LEGO company presented its majestic set “The Lord of the Rings” worth $500. It has now received an official index and will soon be available for purchase.</strong></p>
<p>A new LEGO Lord of the Rings set has arrived. And it looks like we're going with the hobbits to Mordor of Isengard. Games Radar writes about it.</p>
<p>Barad the Fool, serial villain Sauron's lair (you know, the tower with the flaming eye that happens to be stuck on its roof), has received a spectacular upgrade. With over 5,000 pieces, this LEGO Lord of the Rings set stands 83cm tall and includes 10 minifigures, including the Dark Lord himself. Oh, and that flaming eye sitting pretty on top? It glows.</p>
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LEGO Barad-dûr will be available from June 1st if you're a Lego Insider, or June 4th if you're not part of the free membership. The set, which is exclusive to the LEGO Store, will cost you $459.99 USD or £399.99 from LEGO UK. If you buy it between June 1st and June 7th, you'll also get a free Fallen Beast figure (the dragons that the Ringwraiths flew) with a Nazgul rider.

Fans will appreciate: LEGO has released a new majestic set "Lord of the Rings"

This new Lord of the Rings LEGO set isn't available for purchase yet, so you may have to wait until June to get your grubby hands on this Rivendell companion – a set that we think is one of the best LEGO sets yet. However, to pass the time, below you'll find all the details we have on LEGO Barad-dur.

Fans will appreciate: LEGO released a new majestic set

The vertical arrangement makes this set even more impressive than the last Lord of the Rings set, LEGO Rivendell. While Barad-dur doesn't have as much detail (just over 5k compared to Rivendell's 6,167), it's just as eye-catching with a sharp central spire that will dominate any space it's placed in. Indeed, the tower can be stacked even higher if you use multiple sets (thanks to Jay's Brick Blog).

Fans will appreciate: LEGO has released a new majestic set "Lord of the Rings"

Rather than being an enclosed building, Barad-dur is a facade; flip it over and you'll see numerous rooms spread across its length, from an orc dining room to a torture chamber with a skeleton hanging in a cage. There's even an automated gate and an illuminated Eye of Sauron to give you extra points. If Rivendell was anything like that, there must be many hidden secrets here too.

 Fans will appreciate: LEGO released a new majestic set

To top it all off, the set includes 10 minifigures: Frodo, Sam, Gollum, the Maw of Sauron (someone from the extended editions with a big mouth literally and figuratively), Gothmog from The Return of the King, a handful of orcs and the Dark Lord Sauron himself… to the phase of “oh, I became a fiery eye because someone stole my ring”.

Fans will appreciate: LEGO has released a new majestic set "Lord of the Rings"

As this is the second of LEGO's new Lord of the Rings sets, we can't help but wonder what we'll get next. Helm's Deep, the castle of the Two Towers? The tiered city of Minis Tirith from Return of the King? Hopefully at some point we will be done with Bag-End.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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