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LEGO Star Trek equipment may not work, but is fascinating nonetheless

Illustration for article titled LEGO emStar Trek/em equipment may not work, but is fascinating nonetheless

Tommy Williamson has done up classic Star Trek gadgets in LEGO — behold adorably nonfunctional versions of the tricorder, phaser, and communicator. All that's missing is a full-sized wall for Kirk to jump off of and deliver some airborne pain.

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Stevynn the Ungreyer

[On planet Legonian V]

Kirk: "What is your prognosis, Doctor?"

Dr. McCoy "Jim, this man is suffering from an acute case of Stepped on a Lego Syndrome. He is going to need extensive reconstructive surgery. I must get him back to the ship or else he will die"

Kirk: "Duly noted, Doctor. Kirk to Scotty"

Scotty: "Aye, Captain."

Kirk: "Beam Dr. McCoy and Ensign Jones directly to sickbay"

Scotty: "Aye"

Kirk: "The rest of you phasers on vaporize."

Crewman: "AAARRGHH" (crewman in redshirt [no name], dies after stepping on 5 Legos"

Spock: "I recommend that we all return to the ship, my scans indicate that this planet is hazardous for non-acrylonitrile based lifeforms. We must deploy beacons displaying that danger"

Kirk: "Spock, we must explore more of this world, I believe if we put on environmental suits we can continue safely."

Spock: "Agreed, Captain. I do advise extreme caution."

Kirk: "Let us proceed, then."