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Been playing with LEGO for years. Notable for selling most of my entire 1990's collection to Steve Jackson of Steve Jackson Games. Now I'm accumulating again because of my kid.

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revised Does the jumper plate have a Danish nickname?
nomeclature (misspelled tag) -> terminology (well-used tag)
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comment What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
+1 Nice, backed up with evidence, and I like it. However, the ultimate answer will end up being what either LEGO or the overall community determine.
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revised What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
standardized question to my other question
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revised What are the armless minifigures from the LEGO boardgames called?
nomeclature (misspelled tag) -> terminology (well-used tag)
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comment What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
@TheBrickBlogger - so if LEGO calls them micro-figs, what do they call the armless ones used for their board games?
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revised What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
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comment What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
I think they would still want to distinguish between the trophy-based "Micro-Figures" and these "Micro-Scale" figures. I agree that "Nano" is off the table.
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comment What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
That's slang for the full "Micro Figures", I believe. I'm referring to the tiny figures that are featured in the video.
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asked What are the very tiny, single-peg, miniature figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
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revised Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
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revised Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
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comment Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
This is the sort of info I'm looking for. Needs more research to back it up, but I'll accept any answer with a sourced variant on this comment info.
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revised Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
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comment Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
Have they given a reason why?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?
I'm referring to the instruction-less alternate builds, which were commonly displayed on the back and sides of the box.
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asked Has Lego discontinued presenting alternate configurations on the backs of modern boxes?