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LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 25 Overview

At the beginning of the year, LEGO released a new series of collectible minifigures with some adorable characters. So, let’s take a look at LEGO Minifigures Series 25!

The series comes with the following 12 collectible characters: the Triceratops Costume Fan, the Sprinter, the Film Noir Detective, the Train Kid, the Goatherd, the Vampire Knight, the Pet Groomer, the Fitness Instructor, the E-Sports Gamer, the Mushroom Sprite, the Fierce Barbarian, and the Harpy.

Each of the characters is highly detailed and comes with accessories. Take a look at the tiny train of the Train Kid (and he also comes with a cute cap). The Goatherd brings back the ultra-rare goat mould that previously only appeared in a single set. The Vampire Knight is armored with the old shield and helmet design from the 1980s. The Pet Groomer introduces a brand new dog. The Sprinter comes with prosthetic legs. And the Mushroom Sprite wears an adorable mushroom costume and also comes with a pretty butterfly. In the video below, you can see all 12 characters in detail.

Please note that the minifigures are no longer in packets, but in small cardboard boxes, so we can’t feel what’s inside each packet as we used to be able to. Some LEGO fans figured out a way to identify them by weight, and halfway through production LEGO also implemented scannable QR codes to help fans identify the minifigures (the codes differ by region). You can find the minifigures at local retailers, official LEGO stores, and the Online LEGO Shop. The Online LEGO Shop sells them both individually and as a six-pack. Both listings are available at the LEGO Minifigures section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the latest series of the LEGO Collectible Minifigures? Do you have any favorites? Or are you collecting them all? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • nanomar February 12, 2024, 10:44 PM

    My favorites are the goat herder (of course), the fright night, and the detective. My least favorite is the harpie. Good idea, but I don’t like the colors.

  • yoladiel February 13, 2024, 10:10 AM

    I guess those who have been buying goats for a hundred bucks each are now pissed. There is also a gray one in the new medieval village. Long live the goats!

  • Ray February 13, 2024, 10:55 AM

    QR codes? So blindpacked is no longer blindpacked if you’re in the know? Excellent!

    Hasbro has been doing this for a while with their blindpacked stuff, a subtle number printed on the back or bottom of the packaging so you can at least tell duplicates apart and know exactly what you’re getting once the character key list gets put up online. But it still preserves the “mystery” for the kids whom that aspect is really aimed at.

    I seem to recall that blindpacking is supposed to encourage kids to “trade with their friends”, but all it really does is get people to buy and sell on eBay to even out their sets.

    • Martin February 13, 2024, 12:03 PM

      This made sense when they were only a couple of bucks. With 5 dollars each, it’s harder to justify buying random figs. And of course also vivid happened, so trading with other kids was no longer an option.

  • Amber February 13, 2024, 12:00 PM

    The mushroom kid is adorable! And the dog groomer! I haven’t been able to find these locally, so I guess I will habe to get them online. But how do I make sure I don’t get duplicates?

    • Master Builder February 14, 2024, 9:37 AM

      You can order them individually from Bricklink sellers.

  • mark Avery February 15, 2024, 10:04 AM

    This idea of “insiders” having a code bothers me no end. Either EVERYONE should know what’s in the box, or no one should know.
    From my view, they should print the names on the box so nobody is “gambling.” But if not, there should be no secret codes and no looking at the positions in the carton or weighing the box (put in filler, if necessary) to give some an advantage.

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