Connoisseur is LEGO set 71018-9. It has a score of 80. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 10 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 44.32% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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Perfect! I would recommend this LEGO if you own a frenchie
The back of his shirt has more stripes. I love that little French bulldog piece, it's adorable, and is always nice to get new animal molds in LEGO! Other than the fact that this is a very strong French stereotype, I don't really have any issues with this figure. He looks good, he has a cool dog. What's not to like?
The parts assortment are very good. You get a new LEGO puppy design which I think is a bulldog and a highly uncommon food accessory of the baguette and this is something which you don't mind loads of it for feeding your minifigures' population. The white stripes accompanied with the black beret somehow made me infer he is an artist. This is one of the minifigure which I am fond in this series.
While he may fit the cliched Frenchman caricature to the tee, which is kinda hilarious in its own right, the very fact that he comes with the French Bulldog is bound to make him quite a popular Series 17 character.
I have to admit, I don't think that Series 17 is nearly as strong as some of the previous series. There are very few "must have" figures for me in this series, in fact, I think my list only consists of the: Chef, Vet, Corn Cob Guy, Hot Dog Guy, Rocket Boy, and Elf Maiden. Six out of sixteen isn't a good ratio for "must haves." On the flip side, I generally don't care for the Surfer, Strongman, Butterfly Girl, Gladiator, Yuppie, or Fitness Instructor. That's six figures that I find generally uninspiring (again, not a good ratio).
It's an attractive figure, with printed arms and back and, perhaps best of all, a new dog mould which may well be a French Bulldog.
The costumed characters such as the rabbit, pig, and hot dog have been wildly popular, so it's nice that the Corn Cob Man is one of the most common in this series. The other two common figures are the Circus Strong Man, which seems an odd choice, and the Mystery Character.