Dungeon Master, A Dungeons & Dragons Inspired Tabletop Gaming LEGO Set

February 17, 2017

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In other LEGO news, this is the conceptual 3,000-piece Dungeon Master (no actual affiliation with Dungeons & Dragons) set created by LEGO Ideas user Ymarilego. It has already gathered enough support (10,000 votes) to be considered for production by LEGO. The set, which can be built into countless different layouts, is perfect for tabletop gaming. Admittedly, the modularity of LEGO does make it perfect for reconfiguring your dungeon to suit your campaign. Plus it's way funner when you actually have a physical representation of the dungeon in front of you instead of just squares on a piece of paper. My imagination sucks, I need VISUALS. "Do you have to have sex with the lights on?" No, the flashlight on my phone is enough. Now, roll to see who has to eat a minifig, I just rolled a 20 so I'm safe.

Keep going for several more shots of the possibilities.

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Thanks to Torse, who refused to let me cast Magic Missile because I'm a rogue, not a wizard.

  • Anthony Romano

    I designed a battle game fit with equipment, class systems, ECT.

  • Kevin Coffey

    Will never happen. D&D is owned by Hasbro, which has the Lego knock-off Kre-o. And, in fact, Kre-o has produced D&D sets.

    Hasbro will never, ever license D&D to another toy company.

  • But this isn't actually D&D.

  • dave s

    Hasbro would never allow this. They have their own brick system.

  • Mandy Scott

    D&d is not the only fantasy tabletop rpg, they don't have the power to stop this.

  • Do tabletop RPG players commonly use Lego sets for their games? Seems like they'd be pretty useful, the size is about right and they are naturally on easily countable grids, right?

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