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"The Silmarillion": Hírilorn


This idea was inspired by one of my favorite books, "The Silmarillion" by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Hírilorn, the "Tree of the Lady", is an immense beech tree that grew outside the gates of Menegroth, the city of Thingol. King Thingol of Doriath, built a house among the branches of the tree and imprisoned his daughter Lúthien there to prevent her from seeking her beloved, Beren. She managed to escape thanks to her magical powers. She grew her black hair as long as a rope and added an enchantment that made the guards at the bottom of the tree fall sleep. She also used the remaining locks to sew a cloak that hid her in the night.

The house has a removable roof. Inside there is a bed, a chest and a table with the knife she used.

The set is made of 1350 bricks and contains 3 mini-figures: Lúthien and 2 elven guards.


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