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For a second, I thought this was an actual lego kit! Of all the cool things that person could have made, they made the big pig? Lame....


I'm rather fond of the giant pig, actually. This person is good with legos, but it's true. It lacks the Zelda in Zelda (among other things).


I thought it was pretty sweet.

Heh, reminds me of when me and my brother made a Lego set based on Zelda 1, way back in the day. Ah, what times we had...


Nice, wish there really was LOZ legos, Id buy them the day they came out.

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if anyone has some zelda legos send me some pic.s and i will maby buy them


if yall got zelda legos ill buy em


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build the star wars first then take them apart and make the guns thats whats so great about lego. you can build billions of thirnstgy these train ,car,airplane, ak 47 dont joke ive seen it on display really you can make anything with them especialy if you have an old lego technics set

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