The Rebels Enlist Gravity To Destroy a Lego AT-AT

You’d think that after seeing one Lego set getting smashed in slow motion you’d get tired of the idea. But nope, it’s endlessly entertaining. As long as Wired has the time and money to buy, build, and destroy all these Star Wars Lego sets, we promise we’ll keep watching.

This time around it’s a 1,137-piece Lego AT-AT that’s being destroyed. But instead of a pair of logs, the replica is simply dropped—with its legs bound—onto a recreation of the ice planet Hoth. The results are completely and utterly predictable, and that’s exactly why it’s worth watching.

No Minifigs were harmed in the making of this video, but unfortunately that AT-AT will never walk again. [Wired]

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...unfortunately that AT-AT will never walk again.

We can rebuild him. We have the technology.

And the instructions should be around somewhere.