I had stumbled upon boxes of series 4 late in the game and already the minifigs I thought were going to be rare were sold out. At least according to the friendly salesperson at the specialty Lego store I was in. So I couldn't get the Musketeer, nor the
But I snapped her up the moment Rangerlord and I chanced upon her at Toys R Us/ She was, after all, a sought after figure in the initial boxes that came into stores locally. RL already found himself one, of course. For the girls (aka his daughters). ;)
Of course, I too couldn't resist. It would go well with my Ninja and Samurai from the previous waves, he said. We influence each other too much.
Like: The extra paint detail of flowers in her hair. She's also got a nifty new fan and a brand new white colored complexion for her face, complete with painted lips. Her hands are white to match. She also fits very nicely with the Samurai and the Ninja. Fans of the whole feudal Japanese feel now have a complete mini set of three figures. Yay!
Dislike: That she doesn't have legs. I know, I know, how can she, since she's wearing a voluminous dress, right? I guess it's just the action figure collector is me--the more moving parts the better. That's not to say she doesn't look like she's wearing a dress and looking feudally gorgeous, because that's exactly what she 's doing!
Minifig Rating: 7.5/10 - She gets a lower rating than The
A wise ranger(lord) once told me that Legos had a lot less girl minifigs than guy minifigs. And this is something you wouldn't notice unless
Here's to more females in Lego!