POGO Minifigures for Lord of the Ring, Hobbits Army Building

Below are photos of Battle of Helm’s Deep that made out of 15,000 Lego bricks and 1700 minifigures. It was a massive built by goelkim2011 back in 2013. If we were to recreate it using genuine Lego minifigures it would burn a big “hole” in our pocket. Thanks to Pogo we could army build Rohan soldiers and Elven army.

Pogo had released two rounds of Hobbits/Lord of the Rings minifigures so far.

Available for single sales. First up is the Rohan army.
PG502 Eomer or Rohan Calvary
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PG503 Rohan Archer
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PG501 King Theoden
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For Elven army, Haldir and Elrond are top choices to build Elven army with armors. Just that no one had released a helmet that closely resemble the movie version.
PG509 Haldir
Only problem is the bow is the one used by Hawkeye, not the medieval one.
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PG516 Elrond
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PG513 Legolas (LOTR)
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PG514 Mirkwood Elf with hood.
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Nice to have army of Elven archers. Just pretend they are not Legolas.
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Beside Pogo, Xinh also released LOTR minifigures. You may find a mix of Pogo and Xinh minifigures for single sale.
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Below is what Pogo planned to release in coming days. No purchase link available as of now. I would update as and when they are available. A great way to army build the Uruk Hai, Mordor Orc and the Undead. Pogo shall have include horses for the Ring Wraith. Well, you could always buy horses on Aliexpress. I would expect the fourth round would be the dwarf.
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If you guys ever recreate the 1700 minifigures Battle of Helm Deep scene, do let me know ya.

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