A magnificent Lego model of Jake and Finn's tree fort is currently up for votes on Lego's Cuusoo website.
This thing is beyond algebraic. An Adventure Time play set with Finn and Jake minifigs? Yes, please.
The Adventure Time Project by Jazlecraz is currently collecting votes on Lego's Cuusoo — a website that lets users create and vote on Lego set ideas. If a set reaches 10,000 votes, Lego will consider it for production.
The project involves two sets that are two different versions of the tree fort. The first is fully detailed and fleshed out, coming in at 1300 pieces, with removable facades and complete interiors, as well as Jake and Finn minifigs. The second is a "mini" version; at only 400 pieces, it's more suited to sit on your desk as a display piece rather than a play set. It comes with Jake and Finn micro figures.
There might even be more characters to come.
While most of the set looks like it could be created from existing Lego pieces, the minifigs look like they'd require Lego to create a few pieces especially for the set. Lego has said in the past that it "cannot create new specific Lego elements within the operational framework of Lego Cuusoo", so we hope there's another option available.
However, under the Cuusoo Guidelines and House Rules, licensed content is allowed: "You may submit models that require licences, but be aware that we can't guarantee the production of your model if it is linked to a competitive licensor — this is where all the legal stuff becomes complicated."
Head on over to The Adventure Time Project Cuusoo page if you want to add your vote to the count.