Game of Thrones Opening Sequence is now a Real Working Lego Model


One of the best parts of Game of Thrones is their opening title sequence. Someone has now made one of the Red Keep. Best of all it moves.

The opening sequence of Game of Thrones is the most visually appealing part of the show. This is not hyperbole. You watch the show for the title sequence that sometimes changes weekly, and you stay for the dragons. This motivated, super fan of Game of Thrones and LEGO’s, Claus-Marc Hahn to make a working replica of the Red Keep.

Not only did he do that but also recreated famous scenes from the show. It required Hahn to use 125,000 pieces of LEGO’s and four Mindstorms EV3 controllers. The controllers are responsible for making this elaborate set move.

Take a look at the Game of Thrones set you’re going to want for yourself.

Someone needs to get on the horn with LEGO right now. This is the Lego set I never knew I wanted. If you’re wondering, LEGO does not have Game of Thrones sets. It has been talked about for years, but this seems to be a line the brick company isn’t ready to cross. The company, Citizen Brick did have several mini figures for sale but have since disappeared from their website. Citizen Brick would re-use different LEGO elements and resells them as mini figures. The likeness was remarkable. Surely, the folks at LEGO can see from this video and understand the demand for a Game of Thrones set. Just as a suggestion, skip the LEGO scene with Theon Greyjoy getting unmanned by Ramsay Snow. No one wants that as a set. Kudos for keeping it show accurate with the sausage and all.

Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres July 16, 2017, hopefully with a new title sequence.

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Tell us in the comments what you think of this amazing LEGO set. Would you buy one and how much would you pay for it?