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  1. This is a build of the Inn of the Prancing Pony from The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R Tolkien built as a Lego ideas submission to be made into a set. I have seen other versions of this inn and tavern submitted to LEGO ideas in the past, so I know there is interest out there in having this inn as a set. I hope to honor those previous submissions and see if we can reach 10K. The Prancing Pony is one of the most famous fantasy inns of literature and I would love to see this added as a set to the LEGO portfolio in the Lord of the Rings or castle genre. It is a very iconic medieval building. I would love you support if you would be willing to vote for this idea! Thank you!


    Hi guys! I bring you my new MOC that represents the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This MOC begins in Hobbiton (The Shire) through the Old Forest where the Hobbits meet the Nazgûl, the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and Rivendell. You can see the rest of the images in my Flickr album:
  3. 'A wizard is never late, nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to.' Remember this? Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring was a movie dated back in 2001. Can you imagine its already 2017 now? I own this set a little bit after I've came out of my dark ages of LEGO, and I was very lucky to have it before it retires. Overview Name: Gandalf Arrives. Theme: LEGO Lord of the Rings Year: 2012 Pieces: 83 pieces Minifigures: 2 Price: £11.99 / $12.99 / RM69.90 Introduction In Fellowship of the Ring, the movie started with the peaceful life of the Hobbits in Shire. Nobody knows Bilbo is having the one Ring for so long, making him immortal. This year, Gandalf arrives at his doorstep for his 111th birthday. And his arrival started stirring their peaceful life into bringing the ring to Mount Doom. I love that movie. Lets get started. This is the box art of the set. You can see very fine weather of Shire scenery as the background with the nice wagon. And you get a carrot to feed the horse! At the side with the 1:1 picture, the background was actually the map of middle earth. I like the green so much. Inside of the box we get one instruction booklet. This set is quite small and as you can see in the picture, you get a wagon, a horse, Gandalf, Frodo and a book. It was a random book without any stickers on it. Should be the one Frodo reading before he sees Gandalf. The Build It really looks exactly the same as in the movie, isn't it? The building technique was easy, it only took around half an hour to finish it but as in the picture, some modification needed to be done to save the smoothness of the cape. As you can see in the picture, the 1x1 round plate added detail to the back part of the wagon and the wood planks covers the inside of the wagon nicely. The overall build was very simple and complete. The Minifigures. As for minifigures of this set, we got Gandalf the Grey with his pointy hat and Frodo Baggins in his green shirt. Both of them are very detailed but not exclusive to this set. Gandalf's beard actually damaged the cape a little bit but its insignificant. I suppose the sling bag was carrying weeds. This set is very nice to add into collection as it makes a very nice display. Now its time to get the Hobbit house. This is how it looks like in front of the house. Summary review Playability: 6/10 (This is kind of a display set. Nothing to play with actually.) Design: 9/10 (The design of the wagon was very nice and movie accurate.) Price: 8/10 (The price was considered low when I got it before it retires.) Overall: 8/10 (The designer had done a good job designing it to be added to your Shire scenery for the wizard's appearance and cute home looking Frodo.) Edited 2 hours ago by kaelthas
  4. samiam391

    [MOC] I Made a Promise

    One of my favorite scenes in Lord of the Rings is Sam chasing after Frodo at the end of the Fellowship, despite Sam's inability to swim. I wanted to try and capture this scene with LEGO bricks. Let me know what you think! Flickr for more pictures and to stay updated with all my latest projects! "I made a promise, Mr. Frodo. A promise. 'Don't you leave him Samwise Gamgee.' And I don't mean to. I don't mean to." -Samwise Gamgee
  5. This is my mini MOC of The opening scene of The Fellowship of the Ring Nothing too special, this is what I did with my Frodo I just got. I think I did a good job on the hill, a little bit of SNOT Overall, I think I did a decent job. I hope you liked it, and as always, Comments are always welcome!
  6. Hello, guys! I want to introduce my debut work on LEGO Ideas – "The Mirror of Galadriel". The project is dedicated to the iconic episode from Lord of the Rings - The Mirror of Galadriel. In this episode the Lorien queen Galadriel shows Frodo his future with help of magic elven mirror. The set consists of approximately 100 pieces and 2 minifigures. It has a playing feature with hidden container in elven wellspring. LINK:
  7. General Magma

    [MOC] Into Mordor

    Here's my newest creation, depicting the scene from ROTK where Frodo and Sam, disguised as orcs, are approached by a group of orcs and their linebreaker... "After Samwise Gamgee rescues Frodo from Cirith Ungol, they travel further into the land of Mordor, disguised as orcs. As they keep walking on and on, weary and tiresome, they find that up ahead a group of orcs is passing through, slowly moving towards them. As they keep calm and quiet, hoping not to be seen, they are approached by an orc linebreaker who sees them as little orcs and pulls them into the group to march among them..." ___________________________________________________________ You can find it on both Flickr and MOCpages, as well. C&C is welcome as always.
  8. Hello I have a new Scene from the first LotR movie for you. The Weathertop: Don't miss to enjoy all the details on MOCpages! Hope you like it. Jonas
  9. Jacob Nion

    Boromir's Delusion

    I'm glad to present you my entry for round 2 of Middle Earth Lego Olympics on Mocpages. The category was "Breaking of the fellowship" and the first scene I thought about was Boromir trying to take the ring at Amon Hen. Thanks for looking!
  10. -Carson Haupt-

    [MOC] Osgilliath

    Here's a MOC I recently built for a contest over on Mocpages. I won with this creation! My category was Osgilliath.
  11. After reaching Round 4 of mocpages MELO (may you remember my "last march of treebeard") my new category was "Mount Doom". You probably saw the fantastic entry of my opponent matthew oh. The judges already made their decision and gave me the privilege of marching in round 5, the semi finals. It was a very tough round against matthew and I want to pay tribute to his great entries. But now enjoy the pics: Thank you for looking!
  12. My entry into Round 2 the Middle Earth Lego Olympics over on Mocpages. I also made it Playable. You just pull this pin... And down it goes! My custom Balrog Thanks for viewing! Enjoy!