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Pokemon Scarlet Naranja Academy Recreated in Lego

The Tokyo University Lego club has shared its recreation of Naranja Academy from Pokemon Scarlet. The Pokemon Company commissioned the students to create it.

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According to the Tweet, it took the students three months to design everything and then seven days to set it up. They wanted to recreate both the size of the school, as well as all of the little details in it. Aside from the school and all the trees, you can see the Poke Ball at the top of the main building. The spheres in the design show the students’ skill when it comes to building Lego structures.

Some people in the QRTs have shared some different angles of the structure. In these pictures, we can see that the cobblestone has different colored bricks, much like in the game. There are also a lot of students and Pokemon walking around the Lego version of Naranja Academy, giving it a sense of life.

You can also see in the pictures how the students recreated Paldean Pokemon with Lego pieces. Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly are standing in front of the school. These three are the starter Pokemon trainers can pick at the beginning of their journey. There is also someone standing with a Koraidon. Koraidon is the mascot of Scarlet, as well as the Pokemon players can ride on when they traverse through Paldea.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are readily available on the Nintendo Switch.

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Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.