Elden Ring lets players explore the Lands Between at their leisure, and FromSoftware packed this world with items and lore to discover. From the mystical Liurnia of the Lakes to the rot infested Caelid, the soulslike adventure lets players constantly stumble upon mechanics. One of the most notable aspects of Elden Ring are the Walking Mausoleums, gargantuan towers that walk on four legs and ring a thunderous bell as they move. Players that manage to fell these enormous creatures can enter the Mausoleum itself and interact with a coffin lying within it. This coffin lets players duplicate Remembrances in Elden Ring, which can allow them to create multiple boss weapons or obtain a massive number of Runes.
Reddit user and LEGO master HoboSapient recently shared an impressive build of a Walking Mausoleum from Elden Ring. The amazing creation brings the strange and beautiful creature to life in stunning detail, including its rocky surface and lush overgrowth. According to HoboSapient the LEGO Walking Mausoleum weighs an astonishing 30 pounds, no doubt limiting its mobility, and was made using somewhere between 5,000 and 6,000 plastic bricks. Every part of the iconic Elden Ring creature, from its clanging bell to its colorful flowers, is included in HoboSapient's breathtaking build.
While HoboSapient's Elden Ring creation is an amazing fan-made feat, there are some official video game sets like the LEGO Super Mario character packs. The line of electronic plastic toys started out with just Nintendo's athletic mascot by himself, but more of his allies and enemies have been added over time. Iconic characters like Luigi, Peach and Bowser have now been transformed into LEGO bricks, and new character packs have added more obscure characters like Nabbit, Hammer Bro and Baby Yoshi.
HoboSapient's LEGO Walking Mausoleum serves as an enormous love letter to Elden Ring and its most unusual creature. The walking colossi are relatively peaceful, but bringing them down promises an extremely useful reward with Remembrance duplication. While the Walking Mausoleums are fairly easy to defeat in Elden Ring, HoboSapient's 30-pound and 5,000-piece LEGO build looks much harder to topple.
Elden Ring is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.