Majora’s Mask Clock Tower remade in a working LEGO set
A Legend of Zelda fan built a working version of Majora’s Mask’s iconic Clock Tower using nothing but LEGOs and creativity.
A dedicated The legend of Zelda fan built one of the Majora’s Maskthe most important locations in the form of LEGO. A Redditor with the username “Groobar” revealed their build on the LEGO subreddit. Using only bricks, they created an individual recreation of the clock tower – and it even acts as its in-game counterpart.
The clock tower at Majora’s Mask is the central point of all Termina, visible from all the main areas. It also serves as the arena for battles against the main antagonist, Skull Kid. Groobar’s recreation not only preserves the iconic design, but functionality as well. By spinning the top, the gears spin the main clock. Even minor details, like the winding ramp surrounding the tower and the save point of the owl statue, are taken into account.
In their post, Groobar explained that the new clock tower construction is part of their “Lego of Zelda” series. Previous entries include a reconstruction of the Temple of Time of Ocarina of time and the tower of the gods of Wind Waker. The Temple of Time includes part of the interior in LEGO form, including the altar leading to the bedroom housing the Master Sword. According to Groobar, said construction took 1750 pieces. The clock tower uses a relatively paltry 800 but included rarer and more expensive bricks.
Groobar’s Instagram also revealed that the clock tower held a few more secrets. A video shows the tower being transformed into its most open state, as seen during day three of play. In the comments, they explained how it worked. “There is a small mechanism with four bevel gears in the center that lifts with the entire top (sic) of the tower, “ they wrote. “The challenge was that I only had a very limited space of 3×3 studs inside the tower that I had to fit everything into.” It was originally designed in a program called Studio, with parts ordered through Bricklink.
While this is currently just a fun side project for Groobar, they aren’t averse to submitting it to the LEGO Company. Not that the concept is entirely new – in 2019, someone came up with a recreation of Breath of the wildis stable for review. Although he received enough support from fans, he was ultimately not approved for production. However, thanks to the Mario-Last year’s LEGO crossover, the two companies have established a partnership. This could pave the way for an official Zelda kit in the future. Until then, Groobar has said he wants to give instructions to fans to build theirs at home.
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