Rumoured descriptions for LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 22

Rumoured descriptions for the characters in what is said to be the 22nd series of

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Promobricks are reporting to have descriptions for every minifigure in the rumoured 71032 LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 22, potentially giving us a first taste of what’s in store for next year.

Another 12 minifigures are said to be included in the series, matching the number of both previous ranges –

and . These are listed as including a moon warrior with a sword and shield printed with a crescent moon, a girl in a racoon costume that comes with a green garbage can and a forest spirit with short legs, an acorn hat, green cloak, stick and a mushroom.

The list continues with a man in a racing wheelchair, an insect alien featuring the classic space emblem on the torso and green wings, a woman in a chilli costume with a milk carton to cool her down and a girl with a foal which is said to be a new piece.

Next is a snow warrior featuring another sword and shield this time printed with a snowflake as well as a white beard, hat and husky. Following that is a figure skater with a trophy and the hair that Tan France’s minifigure included in

, a bard with a new lute brick, a robot in orange with an arm that is specifically said to be able to pick up tools and a smaller robot.

Rounding out the rumoured selection is a researcher with dual-moulded legs, binoculars and a fresh Toucan brick. The report states that the series will be available on January 1, 2022, for €3.99 a bag. Note that the featured image depicts

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Remember that nothing is confirmed until the

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Group says so, and as such take anything you read with a pinch of salt just in case. You can read our in-depth review for both previous ranges here for Marvel and here for Looney Tunes.

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