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Imperial Flagship 10210 Mini Fig Query

jason_nijason_ni UKMember Posts: 21

Can any one who has this set confirm? Do the mini figures have holes in their heads at the top, or are they solid?

So are they like head 1 or 2? Or something else?

Likewise, are bodies like A or B? Or Something else?

https://imgur.com/gallery/1wO9qVH


Appreciate any input!

Comments

  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,804
    edited May 2020
    They should all be 'blocked open stud' according to Bricklink's inventory.  The blue one in the image below.

    https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemInv.asp?M=pi116



    madforLEGO
  • jason_nijason_ni UKMember Posts: 21
    Ah ok, that concludes the head, thanks! 
    Didnt realise bricklink went into that detail with regards to the head type!

    Any ideas on the legs?
  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,804
    If you click that link I provided above, it will take you through the inventory of one of the minifigs.  Here is the inventory to one set of legs.

    https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemInv.asp?P=970d09

    and entries to each of the minfigs.....  https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemInv.asp?S=10210-1&viewItemType=M
  • graphitegraphite USMember Posts: 3,265
    I can confirm that on my set they are the "blocked open stud" type.
    jason_ni
  • jason_nijason_ni UKMember Posts: 21
    Sorry, I didnt mean the legs, I meant the body.  I've checked on bricklink, and it doesnt really show the cavity.
    Just wondering if it's either if the 2 body types I linked in imgur.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,536
    Your first picture of the minifigure cavity doesn't look like a Lego fig. The second picture is correct for that year. 
  • jason_nijason_ni UKMember Posts: 21
    oldtodd33 said:
    Your first picture of the minifigure cavity doesn't look like a Lego fig. The second picture is correct for that year. 
    Cool, thanks for confirming, it is what I suspected.  The 2nd proper one  is of the official pirate shipwreck model 6253, the 1st weird cavity is from a claimed imperial flagship I have bought, but pretty sure it is lepin.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,536
    If the studs don't say Lego on them, they aren't Lego EVER.
    SumoLegoKungFuKennygmonkey76
  • LusiferSamLusiferSam MontanaMember Posts: 515
    There are three types of torsos, not two.  There is hollow or O type, short rib or H type and long rib or X type.  O type were used until the early 80s. H type were from the early 80s to the late 90s or early 2000s.  And X type are what are currently being used.  Nearly every set from the last 20 years would be X type.
    jason_ni
  • jason_nijason_ni UKMember Posts: 21
    There are three types of torsos, not two.  There is hollow or O type, short rib or H type and long rib or X type.  O type were used until the early 80s. H type were from the early 80s to the late 90s or early 2000s.  And X type are what are currently being used.  Nearly every set from the last 20 years would be X type.
    Thanks, I came across this, its quite interesting, pretty much confirms what you have said!
    https://ramblingbrick.com/2018/04/23/forty-years-of-minifigures-some-of-the-changes-are-on-the-inside/

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