D&D General Official Lego Set for Dungeons & Dragons Coming Soon

3,745 piece set includes an adventure to run using the model

Lego announced the release of the officially licensed Dungeons & Dragons build set Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s End.

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The 3,745 piece set includes a partially collapsed tower, a castle wall, and a tavern with removable roof. For characters, the set has six minifigures for a Dwarf Cleric, Gnome Fighter, Orc Rogue, Elf Wizard, and an NPC Dragonborn and Innkeeper. You’ll also build models of Cinderhowl the Red Dragon (who can also be perched on top of the tower) plus a beholder, a displacer beast, and an owlbear.

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A free adventure will also be available from D&D Beyond and the Lego website on April 1st as a digital download making use of the terrain. To celebrate the release, Lego will host a live stream of the adventure with Anjali Bhimani (Ms. Marvel, Overwatch 2), Ginny Di (YouTuber and cosplayer), Luis Carazo (Candela Obscura, Outbreak: Undead Rag & Bone), Jordon Scott (LEGO Designer), and Lucas Bolt (designer of this set, see below) on April 6, 2024, at 12 noon Eastern.

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The set was designed by Lucas Bolt aka BoltBuildz as part of the Lego Ideas program in a contest launched in 2022. The winner was announced in January 2023 with a preview of the set. As part of the contest, Bolt will receive 1% of net sales of the product, complimentary copies, a D&D prize package, and other considerations.

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The set will be available for sale starting on April 4, 2024, for a retail price of $359.99.
 

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Darryl Mott

Darryl Mott



Big expensive new LEGO set is for sale now:



It goes on sale April 1st for VIP members (which cost nothing to sign up for) and April 4th for everyone else.

$350+ LLLLLOOOOOOLLLLLL
Lego aren’t cheap. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 cents a piece is pretty normal for licensed sets.
 



Parmandur

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It goes on sale April 1st for VIP members (which cost nothing to sign up for) and April 4th for everyone else.


Lego aren’t cheap. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 cents a piece is pretty normal for licensed sets.
Oh, for sure, it's not at all absurd for what it is.
 




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