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New Build a Minifigure exclusives for Q3 and Q4 2021 revealed!

Q3 and Q4 Build a Minfigures Legoland Melbourne

New Build a Minifigures for Q3 and Q4 (third and fourth quarter) of the year have emerged in Australia, featuring some never-before seen characters, and recoloured elements that are exclusive to Build a Minifigure Stations found in LEGO Stores, and Legoland Discovery Centres around the world!

These became available on the Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne Online Store, where you can order each minifigure individually for AU$6.99 a pop!

If you’re located in Victoria, shipping is also free for orders above $30!

Most notably, there are 2 super interesting accessories/characters now available – an all-new Teal version of the Brick Suit Costume, first seen in LEGO Minifigures Series 18, and along with her, what seems to be a new purple Balloon Dog accessory.

Next, we also get a Skeleton Mariachi minifigure, which looks like it’ll be a terrific Day of the Dead companion to the La Catrina Brickheadz.

Other new additions include a Shark in Dick Grayson’s tuxedo (from The Scuttler), a Little Girl with a dark blue popsicle, a Mad Scientist made out of Hidden Side extras, a sleazy looking Cowboy with a Pink Pig (!), and a new Snowboarder!

Apart from those new elements, some of the older 2021 and 2020 Build a Minifigure exclusives are also be available to be ordered.

I’ve reviewed some of them – just check out my Build a Minifigure reviews to see more them in more detail – this is a great opportunity to pick up some of the nicer Animal Suit minifigures like the Blue Pug and Brown Bear.

I’ve ordered some of the newer minifigures, so look out for a review soon when I get them, as well as better photos to see the minifigures in more detail!

Personally, I think this is a great move by the Legoland Discovery Centre, especially as more than half of Australia’s population is in some sort of lockdown at the moment, but also opens this up to LEGO fans who aren’t close to an LDC or LEGO Store.

For everyone else around the world, expect these new Build a Minifigure parts to trickle out to BAM Stations at your local LEGO stores. Might be a good idea to check your local to see if these parts show up!

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