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The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

Elden Ring fans love challenges not only in games but also in real life. A fan shared on Reddit a photo of a walking mausoleum from FromSoftware's latest game assembled from Lego parts.

According to HoboSapient, he used 5-6 thousand parts in his work. Sets collected over 20 years were used, and most of them were from the Technic collection. The author called his building materials "pretty strong". The mass of the hulk reached approximately 30 pounds or 13.6 kilograms.

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

Interestingly, in April, the redditor assembled half of the mausoleum along with the interior. But the assembly had to be started again, as the author made a mistake in scale.

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

Commentators advised HoboSapient to submit his creation to LEGO Ideas, a program where the company reviews user-created work for official implementation. The sculptor agreed but noted that there might be a copyright concern, which already happened with another of his creations- the estate "Proudsprie Manor" from the Skyrim game. 

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

The walking mausoleum from Elden Ring was recreated with LEGO parts - the structure weighs 13 kg | LAMINIFIGS.com

In 2020, the 10,000 votes needed to get attention from LEGO were scored by an amateur set for Untitled Goose Game. Unfortunately, the company refused to sell it, including due to licensing. 

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