If you are a fan of the Lego building blocks than you are surely familiar with their site Lego Cuusoo that was created to give designers a place to pitch potential Lego sets. Fans of the cartoon Adventure Time will be pleased to know that a set based off the show has been proposed and is ready for your vote!

The set is designed by the user Jazlecraz and is based off Finn and Jake’s Tree Fort. The Fort has a detailed design and features removable walls so that all of the different rooms are accessible. Even the trunk of the tree is accessible allowing Finn and Jake easy access into their home for realistic role-playing.

The proposed design comes in at 1,300 pieces so if this were to be made it would be a fairly large set. And, of course, there are Jake and Finn minifigs to go along with the set also.

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Along with the large set, the designer has also created a smaller scale version of the Tree Fort coming in at only 400 pieces incase you don’t have room after purchasing the Arkham Asylum Lego set.


Jazlecraz doesn’t stop there either. Listening to the feedback received on the Cuusoo page already he has started designing more Adventure Time minifig characters and will continue to reveal them as more fans pledge their support. The first deign he has shown is the Ice King!


Fans familiar with Cuusoo know that sets only have a possibility of being created if a project receives 10,000 votes, so if you want to have your very own Lego Tree Fort go over to the project’s page to vote and then share this with all of your Adventure Time loving friends!


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