Bricks That Click
Legos have come a long way since the first sets first arrived in the U.S. in the early 1960s. What began as a simple child’s toy has mushroomed into an empire of theme parks, movies, and of course, bricks. Now comes word that Dungeons & Dragons is getting its own set next year to commemorate the game's 50th anniversary, and you have until Dec. 12 to vote on one of five set finalists. It'll join some of the most amazing sets Lego has produced, including the latest: a stunning replica of one of the world's most famous paintings.
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