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I love the ruined cathedral in the background, that's awesome!

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& probably as expensive as regular Games Workshop models......... :lol:

 

That said, that is awesome!

 

My favorite Lego "sets" so far I think have been a Korean built SHIELD Helicarrier or Helm's Deep I've stumbled upon on the net. Thou the ones Lego makes for their conventions are pretty cool as well. Celebrities/Pop culture like Superman, Darth Vader or Frodo, etc etc

 

even more Hellicarrier pics!!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/page2

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Equally as expensive, and even more space consuming.

 

Still have the Monster Hunters sets... Dracula's Castle and the Haunted House. This caused me to accumulate a horde of Lego Zombies at one point.

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