D&D General Lego Dungeons & Dragons Contest Winner Announced!

We could use a bit of good D&D news after the recent licensing bombshell, and LEGO is here for us! The winner of the Dungeons & Dragons LEGO contest has been announced, and it's Dragon's Keep: Journey's End, created by BoltBuilds. It features changeable doors, a witches' tower, a tavern, a dungeon with a beholder, and a crypt, and uses nearly 3,000 pieces. After hundreds of entries and an...

We could use a bit of good D&D news after the recent licensing bombshell, and LEGO is here for us! The winner of the Dungeons & Dragons LEGO contest has been announced, and it's Dragon's Keep: Journey's End, created by BoltBuilds.

It features changeable doors, a witches' tower, a tavern, a dungeon with a beholder, and a crypt, and uses nearly 3,000 pieces.

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After hundreds of entries and an exciting Fan Vote, only one could be selected! A huge thank you to everyone who participated. We are very happy to announce that Dragon's Keep: Journey's End has been selected! A huge congratulations to BoltBuilds, the incredible designer behind this submission.


 

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Alzrius

The EN World kitten
Congratulations BoltBuilds! Except of course now you have to report on your future earnings to WotC, pay them royalties if you make enough, and they can use your design in a worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, irrevocable license on their own without having to pay you.

(I kid, obviously...too soon?)
 

Congratulations BoltBuilds! Except of course now you have to report on your future earnings to WotC, pay them royalties if you make enough, and they can use your design in a worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, irrevocable license on their own without having to pay you.

(I kid, obviously...too soon?)
Hasbro vs. Lego would be some Kaiju fight stuff. They have pretty similar turnovers.
 





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