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- This article is about the minifigure. For the set, see 3450 Statue of Liberty.
- “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled Minifigures yearning to build free!”
- ―Lady Liberty
Lady Liberty features a sand green torso, a sand green torch piece, a fire element, a sand green two plate piece, and a new sand green hair piece element.
Video Game Variants
In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, she has regular legs instead of a dress slope. She carries her torch and has no abilities. When idle, she winks.
In The LEGO Movie Video Game, she has her physical variant, unlike LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Her only ability in the game is throwing her torch, which allows her to start fires, and target at objects.
Lady Liberty is the name of several statues which can be found in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
In the Video Games
LEGO City Undercover
The Statue of Liberty plays no role in the game's story, but she appears throughout the entire game in the hub as a statue, similar to how the Disco Dude has a statue.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Mastermind allies with Magneto and Mystique and controls the Statue of Liberty and uses it to fight Mister Fantastic, Wolverine, and Hulk. The three heroes climb up through the whole statue. When they reached the head they battle Mastermind, as he controls the heroes which makes them battle each other. At the end of the fight, Mastermind is defeated and the Statue is placed back where it belongs, but Magneto and Mystique escape. The Statue is available for purchase after the mission is completed, but her name is shortened to "Liberty."
The LEGO Movie
In The LEGO Movie, the Statue of Liberty is among the Master Builders to meet in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
- She and the Sleepyhead have a speed of zero.
- She was Series 6's logo on LEGO.com.
- In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, she has a standard legs rather than a dress slope.
- In The LEGO Movie, she is missing her book. This also goes for the video game.