Farmer is LEGO set 71011-1. It has a score of 92. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 14 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 8.9% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2016, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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The Farmer is notable for a couple of reasons, but mostly because he comes with a pig as an accessory (as well as a pitchfork). As a kid, I always loved the pitchfork piece (I owned exactly one pitchfork back then) so that particular tool will forever hold a special place in my heart. As for the figure itself, I like the dual colored legs - the brown boots are perfect for a farmer. The overalls look really good as well (though most farmers would probably opt for a darker shade of denim so as to hide the dirt longer). All said, this is a great minifigure - and one that I'd be happy to land duplicates of in the future.
A LEGO farm is one of my “dream MOCs”, so I'm looking forward to trying to populate it with as many farmers and pigs as possible. The Farmer gets full marks and is my second favourite minifigure in Series 15 purely because of the pig.
I love minifigs. my favorites for this group are, in order:1. the native girl with the baby (that baby Lego piece is amazing)2. the fawn (unique goat type legs = awesome)3. the queen (what can I say, I like big bustles and I cannot lie. + she goes great with the king from series 13)4. the gold guys (his chest piece is pretty cool)the rest of them are cool because of the unique itemsthe janitors mop, the wrestlers mullet (lol) and the knights maceoverall lego has once again outdone itself with a great minifigure collection
Wanted a lego pig :)
I've said this before, but LEGO has continued to step up their game with the Collectible Minifigures theme and Series 15 (71011) does not disappoint. There are some minifigures that are more sought after than others but I see every single one of them having a place somewhere in the LEGO universe and in many MOCed themes.
At first I wasn't too thrilled about this series but then I saw that a lot of the minifigures can be used in hilarious scenarios all over different sets. There were three I really liked: The faun has amazing details! the hair/horns/ears combo makes it look incredibly cool! The crutches guy is also really cool. His cast even has little writings on it! And of course, the Shark guy! There's something about the costume characters that I really can't get enough! Plus they make funny additions to my set ups.
The parts assortment for the Farmer is outstanding. The focus for this minifigure is the re-introduction of the pig mould. Although the design of this pig mould is the same as previous inclusion but the key difference is the spot print to create different variants based on the vanilla pig design.
So my overall thoughts are its a damn good series I think we only got 4 weak minifigures, the rest were high quality. My top 4 were the farmer, Animal Control Officer, shark suit guy and the wrestler. Each time you wonder what LEGO can come up with next and yet they continue to really impress me. I love new elements that can be used in my own creations and series 15 is packed with them.
It is worth mentioning that there are five female figures here to the eleven males, which is a fairly standard ratio now even though there are plenty of opportunities to make it an even split. The handicap guy is something fans have responded to well, pairing well with the upcoming wheelchair figure. The Shark Guy is pretty fun. We get a couple of animals. Everyone has their favorites, though most of the popular figs come with large odds in favor of fans. Basically, there is a little of something here for everyone, which is the best thing to be said about any Collectible Minifigure Series.
Not a super exciting figure, there's just so many overall wearing figures out there. But he is printed on both sides and has printed arms which is nice. The legs have double shot boots too, which makes them interesting. The stand out feature is the pig, which has brown spots and is only available with this fig.
This series is shaping up quite nicely, with a broad range of excellent minifigs.