Make the Legend of Zelda LEGO Set a Reality!

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Cuusoo is the where awesome LEGO concepts are created, albeit not the only place. For those who are avid fans of LEGO and who want their other interests recreated in those iconic bricks and minifigs, the platform gives the best chance of actually turning their dreams into reality. Now, you have a chance to help make this Legend of Zelda LEGO set come to life.

You might already be aware of the fact that this is not the first Legend of Zelda LEGO set ever proposed. Unfortunately, other just as awesome concepts have beaten other proposals in the past. If you remember the Back to the Future LEGO set we featured a while back – that’s a result of Cuusoo proposals as well.

So, this brings us to the point: Wes Talbott is on a mission to get his Legend of Zelda LEGO set chosen by the LEGO gods.

Straight from the horse’s mouth:

I felt it necessary to keep the ideas flowing in hopes that by hard work and determination Legend of Zelda and LEGO fans will be able to merge the two things they love most. Since the reason the first one didn’t make it through was because of too many custom molds and this one would really only need one for links hat. A new Shield and Sword mold would be ideal to depict the Zelda Franchise better but not completely necessary. Just the thought of a single official Link Minifigure would make so many LoZ inspired sets really come to life.

Here is the concept for the Legend of Zelda LEGO set.

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Legend of Zelda LEGO: Iron Knuckle Encounter
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Legend of Zelda LEGO
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Legend of Zelda LEGO

Doesn’t that excite you? There’s more to be seen on Wes’s Cuusoo page, and while you’re at it, you might as well give this worthwhile project your support. I think it’s about time a Legend of Zelda LEGO set is officially made.

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