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Lord of the Rings Battle Recreated With Over 150,000 Legos

As one of the most pivotal and extended battle scenes in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, the Battle for Helms Deep has etched its own special place in popular culture. Now the work of an amazingly dedicated lego enthusiast GoelKim has brought that moment to life in 3D, using over 150,000 lego pieces, and taking four months to complete. Take a look:

This is the Battle for Helms Deep, from the Lord of the Rings.

It was created using over 150,000 lego pieces…

… and includes over 1,700 lego figures.

It took the creator over four months to complete.

The whole battle scene weighs about 160 pounds…

… and covers an area the size of a ping-pong table.

If you look closely, you can see incredible detail.

Every piece of the battle scene was painstakingly placed.

The elves were special ordered in bulk…

And each piece corresponds to a character from the story.

This may be one of the most impressive lego builds in history.

If you use your imagination, you can almost see it come to life!

The creators of this massive piece said “Once [the] LEGO set was released last year, I thought, is this it? So I started to collect mini-figures from around the world specially Elf. It was painful process since I was only able to get 6 from Germany, 8 from Poland, etc in order to get enough Elf to represent [the] movie scene.”

We’ve all seen some amazing lego creations before, but this once is a clear contender for most impressive masterpiece of all time!

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