The idea came as I was playing LEGO Batman 2 DC Super Heroes where I saw Robin's Magnet-Suit. I saw this Magnet-Plates under his feet. He split his legs from side to side so he can put them on every time. But everyone knows that the REAL LEGO minifigures can't split their legs so that they can put on those plates. As you see in the picture below Qui-Gon-Jinn can only split his legs forward and backward ,but not side to side.
As you see in the picture below at here it's Batman's torso with his arms. Do you see what he's doing with his arms? Can the REAL LEGO minifigures do that too?
Short answer: No.
Long answer: Well as everyone know LEGO minifigures can't do that in anyway because they can't move like that. In the animations and LEGO videogames everyone see that the minifigures CAN move around and CAN do ANYTHING with their bodys. The real minifigures are not really made for moving like that.
I've told one of the supporters from LEGO if they could make this idea happen (little tip ,i asked them in Germany because i'm german :D) the supporter answered my question with they COULD make it happen. They remembered me on LEGO CUUSOO (and told me that CUUSOO is in english ,possibly for a while but that's not important now) it's important that you (if you want) vote for this. I know it could be a tradition that LEGO make the minifigures much unmoveable ,but how could it be if they change this? This is just my view ,but if you want you can vote for that and in the future MAYBE the LEGO minifigures are more moveable! Why waiting? VOTE IF YOU WANT MORE MOVEABLE MINIFIGURES! NOW! LIKE IN THE VIDEOGAMES FROM LEGO!
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