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I did have a look at the instructions (linked in the Brickset database) but couldn't immediately see that part of the build.
It was in a mixed lot of DC/Marvel sets (the three star Wars sets were missing...) and I can't place it.
Presumably someone will recognise it. I think they also had some Harry Potter sets too so that yellow bolt, if it does indeed belong with the minifigure, could also be magic.
Ebony Maw from #76108
Bush? shrub? Monster hair?
Found in a $10 bulk lot. Several sets in there but too much missing from each. However, most of the sleigh is there (partially seen in pic 2) & many dk green parts; I may try to build & see how close I can get on it.
My guess is the original owner sold similar bulk totes & the involved sets sadly got separated & dispersed.
Looks to be about 11 potential sets it could be from. (Though there are some additional "gear" items that it could also be related to)
@flord if you haven't already tried, Google may help - I searched for that for ages on bricklink, trying frill, tie, suit etc as key words, then typed "Lego torso with frills" into Google and it was first image!
Depending how they're used, you might need one of two types of jumper plates (the 1x2 plates with a single stud in the middle). I listed both because I don't see where they're used in the build, so don't know which would be suitable. They're listed first among the tan parts.
Also, it looks like some of the parts shown in gray are available in tan, so you might want to check that if you're looking to use as much tan as possible.
I have it and use it frequently. Not as good at identifying minifigures as the Brickset users who post in this thread, but very useful if you have hundreds of jumbled minifigure parts.
I also have a hood that does not have a Lego stamp inside like other ones I have. Instead, there's a "2". Not sure if you can see it in the photo. Is this hood genuine Lego?
Thanks for you help.