Minecraft’s latest crossover could inspire customisation for LEGO Ideas set

A new crossover between Minecraft and Dungeons & Dragons could inspire some interesting customisation for an upcoming LEGO Ideas set. 

One of the many LEGO Ideas models currently in development is Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s End by BoltBuilds, a partnership with Hasbro for the 50th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons. In the D&D Direct earlier today, another partnership for the franchise was announced in the form of Minecraft

Every LEGO Ideas set currently in production – March 2023

LEGO Ideas setFan designer(s)Date approved
Tribute to Galileo GalileiFirecracker_June 20, 2022
Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sisters’ CottageAmber VeytJuly 12, 2022
Viking VillageBrickHammerAugust 17, 2022
LEGO InsectsJosé MaríaOctober 25, 2022
The Orient Express, a Legendary TrainThomas LajonOctober 25, 2022
Tales of the Space AgeJan WoznicaOctober 25, 2022
Polaroid OneStep SX-70Marc (Minibrick Productions)October 25, 2022
Your Family TreeIvan GuerreroDecember 7, 2022
Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s EndBoltBuildsJanuary 5, 2022
Red Telephone BoxJohn CrampFebruary 8, 2022
The Nightmare Before ChristmasSimon ScottFebruary 8, 2022

Minecraft is an existing theme under the LEGO Group’s banner and in the future, Dungeons & Dragons will join it thanks to LEGO Ideas. This presents an interesting opportunity for some crossover between the upcoming set and LEGO Minecraft – especially with the theme’s unique elements based on the game. 

The extent of the Minecraft and Dungeons & Dragons crossover is showcased in the trailer above, including a world to explore and an adventure to partake in through a new DLC. Creatures from Minecraft have also been added to Dungeons & Dragons with new statistics, in case you’ve been looking for a new way to use your LEGO Minecraft minifigures. 


With the upcoming release of the movie and streaming series, it seems that Dungeons & Dragons is expanding ahead of its anniversary in 2024 with the LEGO Ideas set being just one part of the larger celebrations, though a release date for the model has yet to be confirmed. 

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