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Middle Earth is one of the most expansive, well-known worlds ever created by an author. This project honors J.R.R Tolkien and the beautiful world he created, as well as Peter Jackson, who brought Middle Earth to life. Not only is this a project which I would like to reach a large number of supports, this project is a movement. There are so many Lord of the Rings and Hobbit fans who were disappointed when the LEGO series was discontinued. This project is a call to all fans who want the Lego series back in stores. We knew what LEGO could have added to the series, but they never did. Hopefully, this project and future projects I release will show the LEGO team what Lord of the Rings should have been. Please share and support this project if you love Lord of the Rings and Middle Earth as much as I do and want to see LEGO Lord of the Rings back on shelves!
Middle-Earth Minis is a series which contains many small, microscale versions of the iconic places in Middle Earth. Since LEGO chose not to produce many locations, hopefully these can cover for some of them. In future updates, I will hopefully be able to create exclusive minifigures that LEGO did not provide us with. Ideally, all of the locations would come in one set with a Middle Earth Map and you could put each microscale version on their according locations.
Argonath- A monument comprising two enormous pillars carved in the likenesses of Isildur and Anárion, standing upon either side of the River Anduin. The figures were originally constructed at the order of King Rómendacil II to mark the northern border of Gondor. The Fellowship passed through this landmark on their way down the River Anduin from Lorien. Also known as the Gate of Kings or the Pillars of the Kings.
Please support and spread the word. Each vote will bring us closer to bringing back Middle Earth in LEGO!!!