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Watch a guy build the 7,500-piece Lego Millennium Falcon in 34 hours of time-lapse video


Lego’s updated, newly-released “Ultimate Collector’s Series” Millennium Falcon is the largest playset the company has ever produced, with a whopping 7,541 pieces, a 494-page instruction booklet, and an $800 price tag.

All those bricks may not look like much when you tip them out of the box, but she’s got it where it counts — as you can see from this spectacular video on Gizmodo, which documents reporter Germain Lussier’s intrepid quest to put the Star Wars set together over the course of 34 hours (spread across eight days).

What follows is a journey of joy and pain, hope and despair, light and darkness — the build is beset by problems, from wrongly-placed pieces to attacks from ravenous beasts — and it seems at various points as if Lussier might give in to his anger and destroy the toy like so much rebel scum.  Read more…

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