A Lego Game of Thrones: Stannis, Bolton, Melisandre, and More

Legoagogo's Lego Game Of Thrones

Game of Thrones is back on TV and that means a whole lot of intrigue and trickery is afoot. Legoagogo has taken his fandom of Game of Thrones and Lego to create a whole series of photos and vignettes. So far they have created Minifigures for the Hound, Arya Stark, Brienne, Jaime Lannister, Tyrion Lannister, Cersei Lannister, Stannis, Davos, Melisandre, Theon Greyjoy, Ramsay Bolton, Jon Snow, Ygritte, Hodor, and Bran Stark. This small selection of the possible characters just happens to represent some of Legoagogo’s favorites.

Legoagogo's Lego Game Of Thrones: Pork Sausage with Ramsay Bolton

The little vignettes have all been photographed extremely well. They are all instantly recognizable. Check out Ramsay Bolton getting ready to eat some Lego sausage.

And, if you happened to catch the most recent episode then this scene (or something similar) will be fresh in your mind. That Red Witch sure knows how to build a fire.

Legoagogo's Lego Game Of Thrones: Stannis and Melisandre

Flickr user Legoagogo has created a whole series of Lego Game of Thrones photos, you can find them over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/legoagogo/14467190950/

King Joffrey, Long May He Reign! Lego Game of Thrones.

Lego Game of Thrones. King Joffrey, Long may he Reign!

Just in time for the season premiere of Game of Thrones, Guy Himber, has created King Joffrey, Long May He Reign. This television shows most infamous villain is looking appropriately evil. Some of these Lego pieces have been put to novel use. Check out the Minifigure arms, used for fingers. And, it even looks like the One Ring is adorning the top of the crown. Even in Lego you still want to slap Joffrey across his smug face.

Check out this Lego Game of Thrones MOC: King Joffrey, Long May He Reign over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/32482342@N05/16499968794/

Winterfell from A Game of Thrones in Lego

Winterfell, A Game of Thrones Lego

In A Game of Thrones, the castle of Winterfell is the capital of the North. In the beginning of the series, the continent of Westeros is ruled by the Iron Throne, and it can be divided up further into 7 smaller kingdoms. The northern kingdom is home of House Stark who live in Winterfell. The castle Winterfell supports Winter Town during the winter years, but during the summer years most of its citizens spread throughout the kingdom.

Winterfell with Bran Stark, A Game of Thrones Lego

This Lego Winterfell is the creation of Sered, who spent a whole lot of time on this MOC. The castle contains a surprising amount of details, including some fully furnished interiors, a Godswood, the Broken Tower, the Great Keep, and even little Bran Stark climbing around the walls. I wonder what he will find inside those closed doors.

Winterfell Wall, A Game of Thrones Lego

Winterfell is a part of a greater diorama based on A Game of Thrones. Besides Winterfell, the locations of the Frey’s Twin Towers, and Castle Black are also showcased. The whole diorama is 288 studs wide, and 576 studs long. The project is the creation of Sered, Marco Cancellieri, Lothard McLotti, and Itaria No Shintaku. Recently the whole project was displayed at ItLug Latina 2013 Lugfest.

Winterfell Detail, A Game of Thrones Lego

Photos of Winterfell can be found here: https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=F57205C5BAC70CE1&id=F57205C5BAC70CE1%21124

More information about the A Game of Thrones diorama can be found here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=82076

Castle Black from A Game of Thrones in Lego

Lego Game Of Thrones, Castle Black

In A Game of Thrones, Castle Black is the headquarters for the the Night’s Watch. A group of men who devote their lives to maintaining the Wall. Which is the primary defense against the Wildlings and the other things that live in the north. The castle is mostly built from ice and rock, and is nothing more than a small keep. One of the most defining features of Castle Black is the man powered elevator to the top of the wall. At one time there was also a huge staircase…

This Lego Castle Black is the creation of Marco Cancellieri (The Chancellor) who included it in a larger A Game of Thrones diorama. The amount of white Lego bricks present here is mind boggling, it must be a lot of work making sure they don’t yellow. The larger diorama also features Winterfell, and the Frey’s Twin Towers. The diorama is 288 studs wide, and 576 studs long. The whole project is currently being expanded. Maybe someday the whole of Westeros will be built…

A Game Of Thrones, Castle Black Lego

Photos of Castle Black can be found here: https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=f57205c5bac70ce1&id=F57205C5BAC70CE1!123

More information about the A Game of Thrones diorama can be found here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=82076

Lego Game Of Thrones: Godswood Weirwood Tree

Flailx's Lego Game Of Thrones Godswood Wierwood Tree, Ice

A Game of Thrones makes for some great Lego MOCs. There is already a deadly “Red Wedding” featured on LegoGenre. In this vignette the focus is on one of the mysterious Weirwood Trees. Presumably set in the Winterfell Godswood. Each Godswood grove contains one Weirwood (also known as a heart-tree). The Weirwood is a very unique tree, featuring white bark, red leaves, and a formation in the center trunk that looks like a face. The Weirwood often bleeds a red sap from this face. Each one is thousands of years old, and is used as a religious site for the Old gods.

Flailx has designed this great Lego Game of Thrones scene. Showing Eddard Stark praying and cleaning his sword, named Ice. Lego has recently been producing new foliage and leaves in all sorts of new colors. Most recently the red leaves have been popping up in the Hobbot theme, and Flailx quickly used these to create this Weirwood. A great Lego tree, using none of the standard tree branches, but instead using the Lego cylinders. This is also another good example of how adding a frame to a vignette helps pull it altogether.

Flailx's Lego Game Of Thrones Godswood Wierwood Tree

Check out the Lego Game of Thrones: Godswood Weirwood Tree on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flailx/8586568363/

Lego House Lannister & House Stark of Game of Thrones

There are probably millions of characters in the Game of Thrones series. It is overwhelming at first, but once you get into the novels, or through half of the TV show they all start to become familiar. Arguably the two most important families (sorry Targaryen, Baratheon, Greyjoy, Tyrell, & Martell) of a Song of Ice and Fire are House Lannister and House Stark. These two families alone have over 13 characters, and that is not counting friends and associates. Amazingly, Lego minifigures translate pretty well into the GoT universe. With the recent increase in detail and variety of minifigs, people have many more options when creating their own figures. This version of House Lannister and House Stark has been created by th_squirrel, and is one of the highest quality builds using standard Lego pieces.

First up is House Stark which features, in order from left to right: Sansa, Eddard, Rob, Rickon, Catelyn, Bran, Hodor, Arya, and Jon Snow.

A Game of Thrones: House Stark

Everyones favorite family to hate, House Lannister, in order from left to right: Tyrion, Jaime, Cersei, Tywin, and Joffery Lannister.

A Game of Thrones: House Lannister

House Lannister: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mypeanut/8635109935/
House Stark: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mypeanut/8636216206/


Also check out the Lego “Red Wedding” from a Game of Thrones: http://everydaybricks.com/the-lannisters-send-their-regards-lego-red-wedding-game-of-thrones/

“The Lannisters send their regards.” — Lego Red Wedding, Game of Thrones

Diegoboy's The Lannisters Send Their Regards: Lego Red Wedding, Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones SPOILERS!


There is one moment in the Game of Thrones series that takes place in A Storm of Swords that changes everything that is expected. The Red Wedding just happens to take place about half way through the book, which is also odd because usually the climax of a story happens near the end.  This moment that every GoT fan knew was coming finally took place on the television series. And, fans of the novels were pleased at just how accurate the show portrayed this infamous moment; while fans who had not read the books watched in horror.

This MOC has some creative use of pieces, for instance the use of the red flower for a bloody wound, and red snakes for entrails. The best part of this depiction of the Red Wedding is just how happy Roose Bolton looks.

Diegoboy created “The Lannisters send their regards” and you can see all the “fun” details on the Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/b_o-y/8962585113/


Check out House Stark and House Lannister in Lego: http://everydaybricks.com/house-lannister-house-stark-game-of-thrones/

A Lego Game of Thrones Godswood, Weirwood Tree: http://everydaybricks.com/lego-game-of-thrones-godswood-weirwood-tree/