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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Ocarina of Time was the first 3D Zelda game and has always been one of my favorite entries in the Legend of Zelda series. I discovered my love for both Zelda and LEGO very early, so it felt only natural to combine these two passions.
When LEGO announced the cooperation with Nintendo for the LEGO Super Mario line, I was very excited, because I'm hoping it might open the door for some sets based on The Legend of Zelda as well. This LEGO Ideas project is another attempt to finally make LEGO Zelda a reality.
About the model
I decided to build the Temple of Time because it is one of the most iconic places and a central location in the game. It's where Link obtains the Master Sword and can travel between the child and adult timelines.
Even though the model is built in nanofigure scale, it still includes a full interior featuring many details from the game. The following picture shows the three Spiritual Stones as well as the Triforce symbol above the Door of Time:
The door leads to the inner chamber containing the Master Sword:
I have created full building instructions for this model and they are available for free. If you want to build the set as shown in the pictures or just to get a better idea about the design and how it is put together, you can download the PDF building guide here.
If you don't have all the required bricks and don't like having to purchase all the parts separately, make sure to leave your vote to give this project a chance to be turned into an official LEGO set for everyone to buy!
The world needs LEGO Zelda sets!
If you agree that LEGO Zelda should definitely be a thing, please support the project and share it with your friends and fellow Legend of Zelda fans so that they can vote as well.
If you want to stay up-to-date about the progress and any future updates I might make to the project, you can follow me here on LEGO Ideas or over on Instagram.
Thank you very much for your support!