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- “I’m okay!”
The Lumberjack is a Collectable Minifigure set released in 2011 as one of the sixteen minifigures from 8805 Minifigures Series 5. He comes with a cap printed with a beaver design, and a new axe piece. He has blue legs and a red plaid shirt.
- His arms and back feature plaid printing. He is one of the few Collectable Minifigures to have printed arms. The other minifigures that have arm printing are the Mime, Gladiator, Mummy, Hippie, Skater Girl, and Sleepyhead.
- He has the same style of hat as Series 3's Baseball Player and Rapper.
- He was featured in an Online game, "Tree Challenge" along with the Evil Dwarf.
- He is very similar to the Driver of the Serpentine Train, from Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu.
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page) The rugged Lumberjack is a true man of the outdoors. He builds his own log cabins, tends his own campfires, cooks his own stews and brews his own maple syrup. The only times he ever goes back to the big city are when he needs to drop off a load of freshly-cut lumber or buy a new cap because his last one got eaten by a bear.
Although the Lumberjack is strong of arm and staunch of heart, he isn’t always the best at aiming trees the right way when he chops them down with his shiny axe. Half the time, they end up crashing right down on top of him – so it’s probably a good thing he’s also pretty hard of head!
Video Game Appearances
The Lumberjack as he appears in LEGO City Undercover
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In a picture for the VIP program