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    LEGO Sets Minifigure Record
    Hot Bionicle NewsMonday, April 15th, 2019 at 8:28pm by Andrew, BZPower News Manager

    We reported last week on a Guinness World Record that LEGO was attempting at Star Wars Celebration. Today the event has ended and with that we're sharing some images and info on the largest display of LEGO Star Wars minifigures ever. If you want to beat it, you'll need to amass over 35,210 minifigures, which is what twelve people spent thirty-eight hours assembling at Celebration Chicago. Let's take a closer look!

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    The Largest Display of LEGO Star Wars Minifigures


    • 36,440 LEGO Star Wars minifigures total, beating the previous record of 35,210 LEGO Star Wars minifigures
    • Display measures 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide
    • Arranged in the shape of the iconic stormtrooper helmet
    • The display took a team of 12 people 38 hours to create
    • The installation was then evaluated by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS adjudicator, Christina Flounders Conlon
    • The LEGO stormtrooper minifigures used in the model are the same stormtrooper minifigures that are in our new 20th anniversary commemorative building set, the LEGO Star Wars Imperial Dropship (available now).

    Today, the LEGO Group marked 20 years of LEGO Star Wars by achieving a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for largest display of LEGO Star Wars minifigures, kicking off a weekend-long experience at Star Wars Celebration. Two decades worth of products, content and collaboration between two of the world's most beloved brands will be showcased at booth #1616 at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago, giving fans of all ages the chance to relive their fandom and build excitement for what's to come this Fall.

    Made up of 36,440 LEGO Star Wars stormtrooper minfigures, the record-setting display is arranged in the shape of the iconic stormtrooper helmet, measuring 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide. A team of 12 LEGO builders spent 16 hours assembling all of the minifigures, which were then shipped to Chicago to be arranged for display at Star Wars Celebration. Once assembled, the baseplates were transported to McCormick Place, where they were arranged for final evaluation by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Adjudicator, Christina Flounders Conlon.


    The collaboration between the companies began 20 years ago when 13 LEGO Star Wars sets were introduced at the American International Toy Fair in New York in 1999. The line of licensed construction toys was the LEGO Group's first licensed property and has since remained one of the company's most popular, allowing fans across generations and geographies to come together in fun and challenging building exercises. Since the launch, over 700 different sets and more than 1,000 LEGO Star Wars cobranded minifigures have hit shelves. Notable LEGO Star Wars milestones include, the first modeled minifigure headpiece being introduced in 1999 with the Jar Jar Binks minifigure, while new short leg molds introduced in 2002 brought Ewoks and Yoda to life in minifigure form. Beyond construction sets, the collaboration has also produced five video games, several television and web series, and an abundance of other merchandise based on the endless stories, characters and vehicles of the beloved galaxy.

    Thanks to LEGO for sharing this information! The record is quite impressive, but I think if enough AFOLs got together we could probably top it - what do you think?

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