Karalora wrote:I don't recognize "Ashigaru" or "Ghazi." Are those from something specific?
AK_Brickster wrote:Good luck with "Jesus". That seems like the 3rd least likely figure that Lego would ever make (only ranking behind "adult movie star" and "Hitler")
Sir Osis of Liver wrote:Cricket player
Sir Osis of Liver wrote:Australian Cowboy
Redav wrote:Sir Osis of Liver wrote:Australian Cowboy
A stockman would be neat but not sure it would be much different from the cowboy? Maybe a whip instead of guns, and different print without a bandolier?
THE BUSINESSMAN is a completely normal office worker, and is not in any way a highly trained secret agent who goes on daring undercover missions all over the world. He puts in a standard day's work, earning a standard wage and a standard place of business. Don't believe anything else you hear.
Karalora wrote:EDITED TO ADD: Reviewing the list, a thought struck me about the "Queen" entry. We're probably all assuming that any such figure would be Castle-themed, with a medieval/Renaissance gown and a crown...but what if they went for something more like Queen Victoria or even a modern Queen in a nicely tailored suit and tasteful hat? Then she could go in scenes with the Grenadier Guards and the Bagpiper.
AK_Brickster wrote:Good luck with "Jesus". That seems like the 3rd least likely figure that Lego would ever make
Sir Osis of Liver wrote:Road Construction sign holder
Karalora wrote:So my Minifigure Character Encyclopedia came in, and it seems we may have had the Secret Agent fulfilled without even noticing!
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