Timelapse Build Of Custom 6,000 Piece LEGO AT-AT

January 11, 2016


This is a timelapse of LEGO maniac Peter "Cavegod" Brookdale building a custom designed 6,000 piece LEGO AT-AT Walker over the span of 26 hours. For reference, the largest official AT-AT set sold by LEGO is only 1,137 pieces. I think it's amazing how people can design and build things like this without an instruction manual. I wouldn't even know where to begin designing something like this. My brain doesn't work like that. That's probably why I'm not an architect or engineer. I tried building a simple rectangular box house out of LEGO before and the roof collapsed and killed all four minifigs who were squatting in it.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jae, who wants to see that thing stomping some Ewok minifigs.

  • ADHDmania 變態學教授無銘

    That guy in the picture is levelcap------a famous youtuber because of Battlefield and others FPS game videos

  • JJtoob

    Ah yeah, no that's LevelCap. I know him more for his Battlefield gameplay videos and some of his airsoft ones, he just recently launched that Lego channel. I'm not a Lego person, but I'm happy to see he is making it big there.

    The design is by Cavegod, and around second 30 he also mentions the build is from Cavegod's instructions, and from a thing I saw from Cavegod, I think they use a computer program to make the designs.

  • msgpacket

    This is not Peter Brookdale, although the original design is his. The person in the video is Charlie Goldberg ("Levelcap"), a FPS Youtuber who also likes Lego.

  • TheQiwiMan

    PROTIP: Set Youtube to play video @ 2X Speed.

    Edit: Sweet, sweet close-up of an AT-AT's bung hole at 12:32.


  • aquarius7373

    This looks like hell. No thanks.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    Very nice! I'm always dreaming of making a lego metal gear rex I saw a couple years ago, but the sheer cost of the bricks is horrifying.

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