Lego Ideas, however, let me quickly explain it for you. Fans can submit ideas (get it?) for Lego sets, providing proof of concepts for what they might look like. Sometimes it’s simple things like a car, but there have actually been some notable licenced entries, like a Steamboat Willie set. So of course, fans have attempted to get some Zelda sets through, but according to Brick Fanatics, that won’t be possible any more.
According to Brick Fanatics, the issue comes down to a “licence conflict,” which the Lego Ideas site notifies you of when submitting an idea as an existing IP. Brick Fanatics also provided an example of what it looks like when you attempt other IP, such as Mario Bros, which isn’t allowed due to the already existing sets, or Pokemon, which also has a licence conflict, though in this case it’s because Mega Construx (which you probably remember as Mega Bloks) holds the rights for brick-based creations.