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Can you help me identify this minifigure? masked face, green belt, black legs

The head is 3626cpb1091 AKA "Nightwing with red eyes". It only appears in one set, 76011-1 Man-Bat Attack: The torso is 973pb0714c01 AKA "torso witch with green belt". It only ...
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Can all LEGO Loco characters be recreated in real life?

Only five characters can be built exactly (denoted by ✅). Another 11 can be made quite closely (🤷). The other 12 I believe are partially or entirely made up (❌). I tried to make sure all parts were ...
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How can you make a hip holster for minifigs?

Three 1x1 plates, two 1x1 round bricks, and one 1x1 plate with clip.
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How can you make a hip holster for minifigs?

It's kinda chunky, but the best I can come up with is 42446 + 2555: + = It would leave a half-plate gap on one side if they only have 1 holster though, but at-least you keep the regular minifig ...
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Why don't LEGO Minifigures have ears?

I can not give you an answer on behalf of TLG, but I can give you some good reasons as to why Minifigures do not have ears. Authenticity: Lego figures have never had ears. In fact, the first figures ...
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What is this LEGO minifigure with yellow face shield and lots of teeth?

This look to be Rebel Pilot U-wing. (Note that in your image the torso is back-to-front) He comes in just one set: U-Wing Microfighter.
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Why do some minifigs have grey hands and some yellow?

Hand colors other than yellow are generally used to either match skin tone in licensed themes, or to represent some sort of gloves. The police officer you mentioned is probably "wearing" some sort of ...
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What minifigure is this?

Head: Is Part #3626cpb0704, which appears in any of these 24 sets. Torso: Is from Set #76007-1 Iron Man: Malibu Mansion Attack. Specifically, the "Extremis Soldier" minifig chest piece.
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Minifigure Hand broken and stuck in arm

Don't fix it I sympathize with the desire to fix it, but on closer consideration it doesn't seem easy or worth it. Getting the hand out would probably damage the arm even if you manage to do it. ...
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Identify LEGO set with caped red minifigure

These items are from different sets. Let's begin with the most obvious - minifigure. It is a Royal Guard from Star Wars and there are couple of versions of them. Yours seems to be with arms and hands ...
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Have minifig hands ever appeared "on their own" in an official set?

Proving a negative is hard, so disclaimer first: This answer is neither exhaustive, nor definitive. My line of reasoning starts from the assumption that if there were ever standalone minifigure ...
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What website will allow me to create VERY SPECIFIC minifig heads, torsos and legs?

I believe that Studio PartDesigner can do that.
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What is the tiny-hand most-friendly sets to migrate from duplo to lego?

As a conservative approach I would suggest the LEGO Juniors series which has cars and other sets and that are easy to build. However, from first hand experience I can tell that kids learn quickly. ...
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What happened to Olivia in the 2018 Lego Friends sets?

Many adjustments have been made for 2018. The five main characters all still exist, but they have been changed somewhat. This was brought up on the Lego Ambassador Network, and generated enough ...
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Minifigure Hand broken and stuck in arm

I've had this problem several times before. There are two general ways to solve this issue. Brute Force Needle Stick several needles into the arm area at an angle. Then simultaneously push down on ...
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Are there more LEGO minifigures than humans?

To get the official info, I have asked LEGO about this topic: Dear LEGO, in 2003 you have reported that there are (were) 4.000.000.000 LEGO minifigures produced by that time. I was wondering if ...
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Selling sets on eBay - should I buy missing bricks and figures to complete a set?

Is it worth it to buy the missing figures - will we make back the money we spend or would it be more cost effective to sell it with the two figures missing ? This boils down to the following: SALE ...
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What did I buy? non-Lego minifigures, in green

These are from Wuhui ( or Wuhui mall) WUHUI 12PCS SWAT Military Army WW2 Minifigures Toy Building Kit
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How can I make a pigglet headed LEGO figure to be a sidekick for my Gadget Hero?

It's a bit late, but in 2020 the Monkie Kid line contains a minifigure-sized pig head:
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What are the structural difference between a minifig and a minifig on a keychain?

A minifig on a keychain and a regular minifig are essentially the same. They are made of the same components. A couple of additional procedures turn regular minifigs into keychain minifigs. 1.) ...
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What is this minifig/minidoll?

That is Jack Stone, a figure AFOLs love to hate. from 4617-1: Dual Turbo Prop
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Rifle across the back

You could use Minifigure, Neck Bracket with Back Stud 28974 thick / 42446thin With Tile, Modified 1 x 1 with Clip 15712 / 2555
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Minifigure holding a cookie tray

You could use this Serving Tray Minifigure, Utensil Serving Tray, Rectangle
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I need to identify a minifigure head piece

That's Minifigure, Head Medium Nougat Eyebrows and Contour Lines, Wide Grin Pattern - Hollow Stud on Bricklink. It was used just by one minifigure - Newt Scamander from "Collectable Minifigures: ...
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How many minifigs have unique heads?

There are 2,140 heads that have only been included in one minifig based on the current Rebrickable database. I generated the full list of all heads (as of March 28, 2022) including the unique number ...
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Which hand is this minifigure extending normally?

The correct way is shown in his left hand based on LEGO Friends. Go have a look at the minidoll, where the arm and hand is one piece and cannot be rotated to another position:
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How many minifigs have actually flown in space?

Super old thread but wanted to contribute :) I'm an engineer with Blue Origin and I'll be sending up this minifig later this month on the New Shepard rocket!
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Why don't LEGO Minifigures have ears?

I thought it might be worth including one of the precursors to the beloved Lego minifigures; Maxifigures (Homemaker Figures). They did have ears: If you compare these hair pieces to those of common ...
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Why do many minifigures have printing on their neck pegs?

It is explained and demonstrated in this documentary from the LEGO factory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnRRDIFNxoM&t=3m33s While the machines in Denmark use a sensor to detect the paint on ...
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How much does a LEGO character weigh?

About 3g (2.98g) Based on a small sample of Minifigure part data provided by Bricklink, a minifigure in it's most basic form (Head, Torso Assembly and Legs Assembley) weighs about 3g. A small ...
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