A fanmade Lego Zelda Link. Looks GLORIOUS doesn’t it?!
Does Zelda Lego sound good to you?! Sign the Zelda Lego petition
and let’s help convince the Lego Company to make this a reality!
The guy who introduced this petition “Ragaru“, is doing his best to try and gain over 1,000 backers in order to convince Lego to create a themed toy set based on Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda series! Doesn’t Minifig Link here look awesome?!
Another Lego Zelda Petition is also available that you should sign, and that one has over 8,000 signers! That one is run by MINGLES.
Link looks awesome in Minifig form! Hopefully Lego Zelda will be a reality!
Naturally, the Zelda series is rich with characters, environments, locations, buildings, iconic weapons and items, and lore that would be ripe for Lego Zelda. Whether you’re talking about Link, Princess Zelda, Ganondorf, Ganon, Oocoo, Cuccos, Malon, Midna, etc., there are tons of characters that would make great Minifig pieces, and then you have the set designs based on various locations from Zelda games. Whether it’s Hyrule Field, Death Mountain, The Temple of Time, Hyrule Castle, Town Market, Lon Lon Ranch, Kakariko Village, The Graveyard, The Lost Woods, The Master Sword Resting Place, there are tons of locations to choose from. Last but not least you have the items: The Master Sword, Bow & Arrow, Hookshot, Deku Sticks, Deku Nuts, Clawshot, Din’s Fire, Hylian Shield, Boomerang, Bombs, etc.
For a better idea of what a Lego Zelda might look like check out this AMAZING Zelda: Ocarina of Time Minecraft video! Which remakes Ocarina of Time’s locations like The Temple of Time and all of Hyrule Field with Lego-style Minecraft building blocks!
Here are a few of the set design ideas based on various locations that the creator has in mind for an official Lego Zelda. Also be sure to check out the Lego Zelda website and do your part to spread the word!
Here is a Minifig Sheik from the fanmade Lego Zelda The Well themeset!
Here is a fanmade Lego Zelda Temple of Time set!
The Well Lego Zelda fanmade set opens up to reveal the dungeon & Lens of Truth item in a chest.
Thanks to youtuber MissMinecraftBuilder for the Minecraft Ocarina of Time video!