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Geeks love video games. Geeks love Lego. Geeks love giant mechs. Combine all three, and you’ve got a perfect storm of geekiness: Lego Titanfall 2 Titans!

These amazingly detailed models are the work of 19-year-old German student Marius Herrmann. He’s done some wonderful builds before, like this massive diorama of  Luke’s X-Wing submerged in the swamp on Dagobah.

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Marius Herrmann/flickr

He revealed his first three Titans — Ion, Northstar, and Ronin — back in November. Just before Christmas, he added a fourth and fifth: BT-7274 and Legion. I can’t wait to see his take on Tone and the thermite-spewing Scorch.

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There is, of course, one big thing standing in the way of Lego Titanfall sets becoming a real thing. K’Nex already has the license.

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Official K’Nex Titanfall

Lego has taken over licensing from another company before, but it doesn’t happen all that often. They’re also much keener on turning their existing licenses into successful video games than turning successful video games into Lego sets.

Their Minecraft line has been a big hit, but there have only been a handful of others. There’s the Lego Dimensions Sonic and Portal packs, and you could make the case that Angry Birds count (though strictly speaking they’re based on the movie and not the games).

Maybe if Marius gets enough encouragement from the people of the Internet he’ll pitch his amazing builds on Lego Ideas. Then all we have to do is muster up 10,000 votes and pray that Lego’s review panel thinks they’re worthy of boxing up.

Hey, stranger things have happened!

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