LEGO Adventures Minifigure Pack Hands-on

Following a look at the LEGO® Stores Valentine’s Day and Birthday Build a Minifigure Packs, I’ve received the recently the latest release, which I’m unofficially dubbing the Adventures Pack. For those who haven’t visited a LEGO Store, they offer an experience called Build A Minifigure, which provides the ability to create your own trio of unique characters. The selection of parts often includes unique pieces only found in the stores’ BAM section. They have also started to create pre-packed sets themed around seasonal events such as Christmas, Easter and Valentine’s Day. The latest is a little hard to place, but it features characters of legendary adventurous stories.


The new Pack features three unique characters – a Cowboy, a Cow Girl and a wizard. Unlike other packs, these characters are largely crafted by parts previously used on other minifigures. For example, the Cow Girls torso was used for Greef Karga. The Cowboy’s torso is from a Jawa and the Wizard’s head can be found on Chris Pratt’s Jurassic World character. There are also a couple of decent accessories including a printed 2×2 tile featuring a wanted poster and an open-winged Owl.




Once again huge thanks to my pal, Al (Itsabrickthing) for getting these for me, you should be able to find them in your local LEGO Store now.

Author: Adam White

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  1. I managed to pick up the new BAM Minifigures from my local LEGO store. They had seven “new” figures available, including a male pirate that’s been available for quite sometime elsewhere. There can’t be a guide from LEGO marketing on how stores build these as mine have completely different configurations! Nevertheless, I love ‘em!

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