It Only Took $7,000 To Build This LEGO Halo Spaceship

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The iconic "Pillar of Autumn" from Halo, now in LEGO form. And it's damn huge—not exactly minifigure-scale, needing more than one person to move it.

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According to its builder, Lee Jones, it took 3.5 years to complete it and it weighs a massive 220 pounds (100 kg). It's around 7 feet (2.15 meters) in length and the building blocks cost around $7,000. Woah.

Here are some more shots by El Barto from all angles. The engines look insanely cool.

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popsiclezeratul
popsiclezeratul

This brings up an interesting question to my mind: what would you rather have for $7,000? This model of the Pillar of Autumn made out of Legos, or a professionally made model of the Pillar of Autumn, made for the same amount of money? I think I might prefer the professionally made model.