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The Librarian: Secrets of the Library


“You’d be surprised at what you can learn at the library.”
-Flynn Carsen

Based on the three epic TV movies from TNT, The Librarian films tell the story of Flynn Carsen, a brilliant but awkward guy, who finds himself recruited to protect the most valuable, magical, and all around powerful artifacts in history. These artifacts are housed in a mystical library, and Flynn Carsen is the librarian. The film’s action-packed adventures soar across the world, from the Jungles of the Amazon to the fabled King Solomon’s Mines. Fun, funny, exhilarating, and family friendly, The Librarian’s world would be the perfect addition to LEGO!

This set recreates the magical and expansive Library, and is as film accurate as I could make it! Included in the structure are the lobby, Charlene and Judson’s offices, and, deep in the ground, the room holding the most powerful artifacts in the world. The library opens up for easier access to the basement and the floor above it is removable.  The structure is one of the largest I have ever built! I heavily researched the films (specifically, watching them repeatedly) in order to make the library as authentic as I could.

The basement area contains numerous artifacts from all three films, which are as follows: the Lost Ark, Poseidon’s Trident, Pandora’s Box, the Spear of Destiny, the Jetpack, the Philosopher’s Stone, the Grail, Excalibur (stuck in stone, ready to attack Flynn), Unicorn, Pan’s Pipes, Chalice, Mona Lisa, Crystal Skull, and King Midas.

Seven minifigures are included: the bumbling but heroic librarian, Flynn Carsen; the gorgeous bodyguard, Nicole Noone (with knife); the possibly immortal mentor, Judson; the cantankerous library worker, Charlene; the scheming villain, Edward Wilde; the bald baddie, Rhodes (with gun); and the star-struck henchwoman, Lana (also with gun).

I believe this set would appeal to even those unfamiliar with the films, as it contains a sizable building, several adventurous minifigs, and lots of rare artifacts (good for all of our Johnny Thunder and Indiana Jones collections).

This set would give Librarian fans and LEGO fans a large, highly accurate playset with lots of fun features and minifigs. With the Librarian films branching off into a TV series on TNT later this year, what could be a better way to celebrate the epic adventures of Flynn Carsen than with a LEGO set? If you want The Librarian in LEGO to become a reality, please support and leave a comment if you have the time. Thank you so much for reading!

And if you like this project, please check out my other adventurous set:

Johnny Thunder and the Pyramid of Eternity


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