Pug Costume Guy Feel Guide (Minifigure Monday)
It is week nine of my Minifigure Monday Series 21 un-bagging. For the last several weeks, I have been photographing my way through the collection. Additionally, I am providing feel guides as I go, just in case you are still looking for a character. We have already looked at the Ancient Warrior, Cabaret Singer, Paddle Surfer, Alien, Violin Kid, Bee Keeper, Space Police Guy, and Centaur Warrior. Up this week: Pug Costume Guy!
- NAME: Pug Costume Guy
- SET #: 71029
- THEME: Collectible Minifigures Series 21
- COST: $4.99 CAD
- BRICK COUNT: 7
There is not a lot of bits and pieces in this blind bag. The first thing I felt in the bag was the mask. However, the head piece was inside of it, which made the mask hard to identify. It is easier to figure out the masks when they are empty because you can feel the hollow space and the face opening. I figured this character out when I found the bones. There are two in this bag and they are easy to identify. Otherwise, you also get a short set of legs that are still able to move.
I decided to take a photo of Pug Costume Guy in front of the Creator Expert Pet Shop. Oddly, I have never reviewed that set even though I have had it longer than True North Bricks has been around. It was the first modular building that I ever purchased. Truthfully, I can credit it with pulling me out of my dark age. It was the set that I debated purchasing. I remember thinking I wanted to start a city, but was not sure if I should. The set has remained built ever since and was the first in my little LEGO® town. I rounded up some of my dog figurines and placed them all around Pug Suit Guy. Interestingly, I rearranged several block of my city for this shot… and then did not use any of the photos showing the rearranged area. All you can see is the Pet Shop, LOL.
Pug Suit Guy was one of the characters I was most looking forward to in this series. However, he is one of the harder ones to identify so far. I am thrilled that he comes with the shorter, moveable legs and not the stumpy, unmoving legs the Violin Kid had. Additionally, the pug mask is really cute. What do you think of this Minifigure? Feel free to comment below or reach out on social media.
Until next time,
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