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{{Minifigure
 
{{Minifigure
|Title = Enemy Boxer
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|Title = Airplane Mechanic
 
|Image = Germanmechanic.jpg
 
|Image = Germanmechanic.jpg
 
|Theme = [[Indiana Jones]]
 
|Theme = [[Indiana Jones]]
 
|Variations =
 
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|Accessories =
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|Years = [[2008]](video game only), [[2009]]
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|Years = [[2008]]-[[2009]]
 
|Appearances = [[7683 Fight on the Flying Wing]]
 
|Appearances = [[7683 Fight on the Flying Wing]]
 
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The '''Airplane Mechanic''', also known as the '''German Mechanic''' or '''Enemy Boxer''', was preparing a German flying wing cargo plane for take-off when he noticed Indy trying to retrieve the Ark. He then attempted to kill [[Indiana Jones (Minifigure)|Indiana Jones]].
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The '''Airplane mechanic''', also known as the '''German Mechanic''', is an {{th|Indiana Jones}} [[minifigure]] released in 2009.
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== Description ==
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The mechanic has unprinted [[sand yellow]] legs and hips. The rest of his body, however, is [[Light Nougat|flesh colour]], as the mechanic is depicted shirtless. His torso has realistic muscle printing, with six abdominal muscles in the center and even the small muscles on each side, just below the pectorals. The German mechanic is bald and has [[Dark Brown|brown]] eyebrows and a thick mustache. His right eye is squinting slightly with crow's feet wrinkles and there is a crease between his eyebrows in a slight frown.
   
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
He easily outmatched Jones, although ironically he unintentionally saved the archaeologist's life at one point, when the Flying Wing's pilot was about to shoot Jones, the mechanic unknowingly stepped in between Jones and the pilot, so the pilot held his fire. As he got the upper hand of the fight, the mechanic ordered the archaeologist to fight back, unaware that the rotating plane was drawing the propellers closer to him. Bemused when Jones ducked for safety, the mechanic turned just in time to see why before he was caught in the blades and met his end.
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The mechanic, burly as he was, easily outmatched Jones, although he unintentionally saved the archaeologist's life at one point; when the Flying Wing's pilot was about to shoot Jones, the mechanic unknowingly stepped in between Jones and the pilot, so the pilot held his fire. As he gained the upper hand of the fight, the mechanic ordered Jones to fight back, unaware that the rotating plane was drawing the propellers closer to him. Bemused when Jones ducked for safety, the mechanic turned just in time to see why before he was caught in the blades and met his end.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
* [[LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures]]
 
 
* [[7683 Fight on the Flying Wing]]
 
* [[7683 Fight on the Flying Wing]]
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=== Video Game Appearances ===
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* [[LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures]]
 
* [[LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues]]
 
* [[LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues]]
 
== Notes ==
 
* In the [[LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures|first video game]], the Boxer has a small brown moustache, a belt, and less muscle. His appearance was changed in [[LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues|the sequel]], except that he still has a belt. His mustache is gray in the sequel.
 
* He has the same head as [[J. Jonah Jameson]] from the [[Spider-Man]] theme except with a brown moustache rather than gray and the [[Hoth Officer]] from the [[Star Wars]] set [[8083 Rebel Trooper Battle Pack]].
 
* This Minifigure is one of the few Minifigures with a muscle-bound look: the others are [[Bane]], [[Ra's Al Ghul]], [[Dastan|Dastan (Bare Chest)]] and [[Surfer]].
 
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Enemy Boxer.jpg|The German Mechanic
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Enemy Boxer.jpeg|Enemy Boxer in LIJ2
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
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== Notes ==
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* In the [[LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures|first video game]], the mechanic has a small brown mustache, a belt, and less muscle. His appearance was changed in [[LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues|the sequel]], except that he still has a belt. His mustache is grey in the sequel.
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* He has the same head as [[J. Jonah Jameson]] from the [[Spider-Man]] theme except with a brown mustache rather than gray and the [[Hoth Officer]] from the [[Star Wars]] set [[8083 Rebel Trooper Battle Pack]].
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*His prototype had [[Professor Lupin]]'s head and [[Patrick]]'s torso.
   
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== Mistakes ==
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*LEGO mistakenly released some [[7683 Fight on the Flying Wing]] sets with some '''Airplane Mechanic''' minifigure heads, to have a grey mustache instead of a brown one.
   
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{{Fr|Mécanicien aéronautique}}
 
[[Category:Indiana Jones minifigures]]
 
[[Category:Indiana Jones minifigures]]
 
[[Category:Minifigures introduced in 2009]]
 
[[Category:Minifigures introduced in 2009]]

Latest revision as of 10:18, January 7, 2019

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The Airplane mechanic, also known as the German Mechanic, is an Indiana Jones minifigure released in 2009.

Description Edit

The mechanic has unprinted sand yellow legs and hips. The rest of his body, however, is flesh colour, as the mechanic is depicted shirtless. His torso has realistic muscle printing, with six abdominal muscles in the center and even the small muscles on each side, just below the pectorals. The German mechanic is bald and has brown eyebrows and a thick mustache. His right eye is squinting slightly with crow's feet wrinkles and there is a crease between his eyebrows in a slight frown.

Background Edit

The mechanic, burly as he was, easily outmatched Jones, although he unintentionally saved the archaeologist's life at one point; when the Flying Wing's pilot was about to shoot Jones, the mechanic unknowingly stepped in between Jones and the pilot, so the pilot held his fire. As he gained the upper hand of the fight, the mechanic ordered Jones to fight back, unaware that the rotating plane was drawing the propellers closer to him. Bemused when Jones ducked for safety, the mechanic turned just in time to see why before he was caught in the blades and met his end.

Appearances Edit

Video Game Appearances Edit

Gallery Edit

Notes Edit

Mistakes Edit

  • LEGO mistakenly released some 7683 Fight on the Flying Wing sets with some Airplane Mechanic minifigure heads, to have a grey mustache instead of a brown one.


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