For all the Zelda fans out there, I can confirm that there is a Zelda collection in production. I don’t know if it’s meant to launch a whole new theme or if it’s just a one-off but there is at least one set that will have 1920 pieces and will range from $200 to $325, maybe $250. It is a 2-in-1 model based on the Great Deku Tree. Just to clarify, I’m not a fan of Zelda and have never played any of the games, so I don’t really know much about what I saw except that the description of the set I was given specifically named it Great Deco Tree.
There were two pictures of the set, because they give you enough pieces to make two copies of the tree. Just to clarify on the 2-in-1 side, it appears to be the same model that you can patch to make it look different. I don’t think they actually made it so you could make both trees and display them together since there is only one base. One of the trees was specifically labeled as designed from the game Breath of the Wild while the other came from Ocarina of Time. I don’t know of any single copy of the tree that had a hole under the branches and had pink flowers. The other version did not have an opening under the face of the tree and had green leaves instead. Whichever tree you make appears on a base with the Zelda logo on it.
For the thumbnails, they don’t have a number or any names listed but both pictures showed the same three thumbnails. I got to know one of them by the name of Link who has short legs. The other two minifigures I didn’t recognize so I had to look them up and they look like Link and Zelda from Breath of the Wild because they look like this wearing blue. There is also a light blue orb covered in white with a clear stand.
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