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LEGO just pulled back the curtain on their newly updated Millennium Falcon set that comes out later this year. With 7,541 pieces in the set, it officially dethrones the Taj Mahal as the largest LEGO set ever created. The model includes everything you’d expect from a highly detailed LEGO version of the Millennium Falcon. The boarding ramp lowers. Multiple pieces of the ship (including the canopy of the cockpit) can be removed to reveal the details inside. Multiple quad laser cannons rotate. Escape pod hatches. Hidden floor compartment. Consoles and engineering stations and the iconic Dejarik holographic game. The set also includes 7 minifigs (Han, Chewie, Leia, C-3PO, Old Han, Rey and Finn) along with BB-8, Porg and Mynock figures. For reference purposes, the Death Star we built a few years ago included about half as many pieces, took two weeks and two tables to assemble, and had a manual the size of some of our college textbooks.

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