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A Skeleton is a minifigure that appears in various themes in many sets. It was the first in a long line of skeletons (see the Skeleton Disambiguation Page) and feature ball and socket joints and rounded eyes. Since their debut in Pirates and Castle in 1995, skeletons have appeared in a wide variety of themes to this day. Skeletons are also playable characters in video games for comical purposes, only playable under the "Extra Toggle" feature.

Description

The body form of the skeleton has slightly changed over the years. For instance, the first LEGO skeletons had arms with ball and socket joints which allowed them to move all the way out to the side and all the way around. Skeletons in later sets had arms with normal pivot joints, like on a Battle Droid, that just move up and down. Also, the faces changed in the Castle sets. Classic skeletons had round eyes which gave them a neutral or even friendlier look to their faces than in the newer skeleton that has a slanted or evil look in their eyes. A new variation of the skeleton was released in the Ninjago theme, which feature redesigned torsos, arms and legs.

Appearances

Castle

Pirates

Time Cruisers

Divers

Dacta

Adventurers

Studios

Exo-Force

Indiana Jones

Prince of Persia

Star Wars

Harry Potter

Pirates of the Caribbean

Monster Fighters

The Lord of the Rings

Seasonal

Ninjago

City

Creator

Hidden Side

Ideas

Marvel Super Heroes

Video Game Appearances

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Parts

Gallery of Variants




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