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Lego Barad-Dûr officially revealed

The next The Lord of the Rings set will set you back a lot of money but is ideal for anyone Middle-earth fan.

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A couple of days ago, we reported on the tease that Lego was working with The Lord of the Rings brand once again to make a set based on the famed fortress of Mordor, Barad-Dûr. That set has now been fully unveiled.

Standing at 32 inches in height, 11 inches in width, and 17 inches in length, the Lego Icons The Lord of the Rings: Barad-Dûr set will be launching on June 4, and will require you to hand out £399.99/€459.99 to grab a unit.

Granted, considering it spans 5,471 individual pieces, includes 10 minifigures (including Sauron, Mouth of Sauron, Orc, Frodo, Sam, Gollum, and Gothmog), and has a rotatable and glowing Eye of Sauron on its peak, it's basically the perfect way for Middle-earth fans to showcase their love of the fantasy world.

Lego notes that the build is split into four sections, with it being entirely modular and stackable with additional sets to make a mega Barad-Dûr if your bank account can take that stress.

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Anyone who orders the set between June 1-7 will also get a free Fell Beast set, which includes a Nazgul minifigure, to accompany and protect Barad-Dûr from threats.

Will you be picking up a Lego Barad-Dûr set?

Lego Barad-Dûr officially revealed
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