The jury in charge of counting the votes for the competition organized as part of the partnership between LEGO and W aiming to produce a set on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the license Dungeons & Dragons gave its verdict: it is no surprise that the creation Dragon's Keep: Journey's End who wins. LEGO designers will now work on adapting this construction of almost 3000 pieces as an official product of the LEGO Ideas range, which should not be marketed before 2024.
The jury sorted the 620 ideas submitted as part of the partnership between LEGO and W aiming to produce a set on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the license Dungeons & Dragons and it's now up to you to vote. Five projects have been selected and it is therefore up to you to decide between them to try to take the one that seems most relevant to you to the end of the adventure.
It is at this address that it happens, you only have the opportunity to vote once and you can do so until December 12, 2022. Please note, this voting phase will only be used to assess fan interest in one project or another but LEGO reserves the right to choose another creation upon arrival.
Do not conclude that voting is useless: if the majority of voters lean towards one and the same project, LEGO will have a hard time justifying not choosing it to become an official product...
You dreamed it, they did it: LEGO and W join forces on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the license Dungeons & Dragons and this collaboration will result in an official product from the LEGO Ideas range released next year or the year after.
However, there is a specificity to this collaboration: it is the fans who will submit their ideas for sets through a competition organized on the LEGO Ideas platform and a jury made up of members of the LEGO Ideas team and representatives of the company. Wizards of the Coast will select a series of designs which will then be put to public vote between November 28 and December 12, 2022.
Attention, it is not the creation that receives the most votes that will automatically win, the jury reserves the right to select another of the creations that will have participated in this voting phase.
The winning creation will become an official product which will be responsible for celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dungeons & Dragons license and the creator will receive royalties up to 1% of the amount of sales of the set. The winner will be announced on December 19, 2022.
If this announcement does not excite you, it is because you are probably too young to have spent hours around a table inventing stories of warriors and monsters under the direction of a game master who is often a little vicious. Otherwise, it's probably good news for all those who knew this universe and who practiced wargaming in their youth. You have until November 14 to submit your creation to this address.
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