Lego and Minecraft have teamed up once again to bring a huge, elaborate set to the world: the 2,863-piece Mountain Cave.
The Mountain Cave, launching July 1, will replace 2016’s the Village as the biggest Lego Minecraft set ever, complete with a working minecart track, waterfalls, lava, critters, and minifigures. Much more exciting than a mundane Village.
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The Mountain Cave is modular and can be arranged into three different configurations to suit your Minecraft tastes.
One of the Mountain Cave’s set ups.
You can blast through a wall with a TNT block to get a better look inside.
The Mountain Cave comes complete with a bed, a torch, and a crafting table.
There are mobs to watch out for, including a cave spider, a slime, and a charged creeper.
The folks at Lego and Mojang even put together a video of how the set came together:
Of course, being the biggest Lego Minecraft set ever doesn’t come cheap. The Mountain Cave costs $250.