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We’ve seen Death Star fire pits before. The idea appears to have originated with the folks behind KGFirePits on Etsy. You can purchase the original design there, but the version pictured here was produced by a high school welding class—and it has an awesome, upgraded look.

I once made a toolbox in high school…and a plaque. Clearly I attended the wrong class, in the wrong school, in the wrong decade.

To further stoke the fires of my jealousy, this project was auctioned off and the winner GAVE it to Redditor alphacodemonkey as a gift.

Nope, didn’t sell it for thousands of dollars—just GAVE IT AWAY. It’s like “Hey, you want a Death Star fire pit? I don’t have room for this in my backyard. I need to make room for a boring patio set.”

Sigh.

Anyway, check out more pictures of this glorious creation spewing flames in the gallery below.

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The Fire Pit Of Barad-dûr

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Wow. Trevor, the metal artist behind Imagine Metal Art has really outdone himself with this intense LOTR-themed fire pit. It stands five feet high and two feet wide with a base made from heavy gauge steel.

Product Page ($690.24)

See Also: More Nerdy Fire Pits

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This Lord of the Rings-inspired fire pit is guarded by the black speech and Sauron’s the Witch-king of Angmar mask. It’s perfect for enjoying a chilly night with warm beverages, marshmallow toasting and, you know, maybe forging some magical jewelry. Etsy shop Imagine Metal Art crafted this impressive 3′ x 4′ pit which also comes with an adjustable grill.

See Also: More Nerdy Fire Pits

As impressive at this is, wait until you see how it looks at night with actual flames. It’s frightening and I need it so bad. More photos after the break.

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This Viking ship fire pit a serious backyard accessory that’s made from 20 gauge metal and measures 40 inches in length and 16 inches wide. Etsy shop owner Imagine Metal Art added awesome details like the viking symbols in the sails, ores for extra balance, and a body that looks like a ferocious dragon. You can even request your own symbols at no extra cost.

May I suggest watching Game of Thrones and then going outside to burn some marshmallows… to death?

Check out more photos of this one of a kind Viking fire pit after the break…

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This is what redditor Bandia5309 got from his grandfather for Christmas this year. Word is that they have him working on one that looks like Vader’s funeral pyre.