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Legos Make Great Props

Posted in: Advice/Tools,Fluff,Girl Gamer,Meta-gaming by Ariel on September 20, 2009

D&D props image 1

D&D prop image 1

We’ve seen Michelle use Legos for crowd scenes….

And we’ve seen her use them for scenery….
As the Gates of Cauldron in this picture.
D&D prop image 2

D&D prop image 2

She may have out done herself this time.
D&D prop image 3

D&D prop image 3

That, my friends is a freight elevator. Don’t freak about the eyes. I think they’re just decoration.
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D&D prop image 4

And you gotta love a prop that you can get inside.

Not to ruin the story, but later this creature & his siege engine came out of the same elevator. There goes the neighborhood, eh?

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D&D prop image 5

And one more picture of this amazing Lego prop…. which shoots real bullets, by the way.

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D&D prop image


  1. The LEGO Castle series out now is AMAZING. They have Trolls (shown), and orcs, and dwarves now. They are VERY nice.

    Your GM is awesome to make LEGO props!

    Comment by Karizma — September 20, 2009 @ 9:36 am

  2. Yeah, they go very well with the story. And the big guy is just the right size for a Large creature. Dwarves, huh? Hmmm….

    Comment by Indira — September 20, 2009 @ 6:08 pm

  3. Actually, the big guy is just the right size for a HUGE creature.

    Yes, dwarves. They have short legs. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hah ah aha ha ha! Really. The legs are shorter. LEGO had to make new special molds for them. Ha ah ah aha hee he ee heee ha ah whew.

    Comment by Dyskko — September 21, 2009 @ 9:38 am

  4. Large, huge….. Who cares? He’s big. And he has chains. And he’s my friend…… sort of.

    Comment by Indira — September 21, 2009 @ 6:41 pm

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  6. haha I love that orc 😀 he’d make a great orc idol if you painted him the right colour (hmmm some of those stone texture spray paints look pretty good come to think of it…), Any way just gotta chime in with everyone else and say how awesome that is!

    Comment by DungeonMaster — April 26, 2011 @ 5:03 pm

  7. Hi DM — thanks for the comment. We’re still using Legos in our Oriental Adventures/Rokugan setting. We never get tired of them!

    Comment by Swei — April 27, 2011 @ 5:36 am

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