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LEGO U.S.S. Reliant Looks Way Better than When Kirk Shot it Up

by Conner Flynn
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Who could forget the Miranda-class cruisers that first showed up in one of the best original Trek movies, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The most famous is the Reliant, stolen, captained by Khan Noonien Singh, and eventually trashed by the Enterprise’s phasers and Genesis. Now, behold the ship – restored to pristine condition – in all it’s LEGO glory.
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This is not the work of a starbase of a Federation shipyard. It comes from Christer Nyberg, who used somewhere between ten to fifteen thousand LEGO pieces to build it. The ship also sports several lights, so that it can look cool at night.

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This is an amazing LEGO reproduction of the classic ship. Just look at that detail. It makes me want to see an entirely LEGO version of Star Trek II. The space battles would look awesome as phasers hit and bricks fly everywhere. Somebody make it so!

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[via Brothers Brick via Geekosystem]



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