LEGO Minifigures Series 12

LEGO Piggy GuyThe new series of collectable LEGO Minifigures is out (released 1st October), and this time there’s a techie twist. The first 11 series’ came in sealed packets that meant you never quite knew what you were going to get until you opened them… unless, that is, you had some friendly shop staff who opened them first and labeled them like one of the shops did in our local town centre!

Well, series 12 is much the same – blind purchases (enterprising shop assistants not withstanding) but this time each pack also includes a code to unlock the minifigure from inside the packet on LEGO’s free online multiplayer game.

I’ve enjoyed collecting some of these figures over the last few years, and my daughter particularly likes the bride that came in series 7.

This time we have figures from history, like the Battle Goddess, Swashbuckler and even a Hun Warrior. If you’re feeling a little more down to earth there’s a Pizza Delivery Man and Video Game Guy, while the series rounds off with some more “out there” figures.

The full list is:

  • Battle Goddess
  • Swashbuckler
  • Hun Warrior
  • Pizza Delivery Man
  • Video Game Guy
  • Rock Star
  • Genie Girl
  • Wizard
  • Dino Tracker
  • Jester
  • Fairytale Princess
  • Piggy Guy
  • Prospector
  • Lifeguard
  • Spooky Girl
  • Space Miner

LEGO encourages you to collect the set and bring with you on grand adventures as you explore colourful worlds with thousands of other players online.

LEGO Minifigures Series 12 packs cost £2.49 each and are avaiable from various high street shops. LEGO Minifigures Online can be found by visiting

Minifigs Series 12

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