• Spartan - why uncommon? Okay this might be a rare instead, but I think LEGO is smart enough to know people are going to want this minifig. So they'll make it harder than finding a common, but not so hard as a rare.
• Egyptian - why uncommon? This one could be a rare too. Like the Spartan though he'll draw people to buy him, but hopefully LEGO won't frustrate us by making him rare.
• Disco Stu - why uncommon? Great City fig, but do we really need this to be common? But he is generic enough that he shouldn't be rare.
• Mexican - why uncommon? Nearly the same answer for Disco Stu here.
• Pop Singer - why rare? Okay, how many people need a ton of this minifig? One will suffice and I'm guessing not everyone is going to want one of her anyways. (I don't)
• Dracula - why rare? Well, IIRC he's ben done or close to it, in the Halloween sets from a few years back. But the torso deco is different. You really only need one Dracula...
Anyone else care to guess?
Solo wrote:Why is everyone so certain they won' be making equal quantities of these?
Tyrant wrote: You can't really tell what's in the bag by feeling them as they are quite stiff.
Mister Ed wrote:I can't imagine, say, Star Wars figures being sold blind with differing rarities. Can you imagine people opening their figure hoping for Han Solo, and getting yet another Jar Jar Binks?
Mister Ed wrote:The build-a-figures aren't blind, though, are they? And you don't have to get MULTIPLES of the less desirable figs to get them, only one. (And as far as Star Wars goes, the build-a-figs are all droids that seem like they would only really interest a completist anyway.)
each bag comes with a complete minifig like Cagri said. Each box has a set amount of figures in it. There's no 60 figures total in a box and there's no fewer than 3 of any figure in the box. the packing of the cases will not be random, its just a mystery which one you happen to be grabbing out of the case.
fredjh wrote:Maybe I'm just dense, or it's a misquote, or a misstatement...
"Each box has a set amount of figures in it. There's no 60 figures total in a box and there's no fewer than 3 of any figure in the box."
I'm guessing it's "There's 60 figures total." If that's the case, then if there's 20 different kinds, and there's 60 figures in a box, and no fewer than 3 of any given figure in the box, doesn't that mean there's EXACTLY three of each?
That statement has me confused... should that be "there's no fewer than 60 figures total in a box? That would seem pretty odd.
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