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Roman Emperor
Emperor
Theme:

Minifigures
    Series 9

Years:

2013

Appearances
“I came, I built, I conquered!”
―Roman Emperor

Roman Emperor is a Minifigures Series 9 minifigure set to be released in January 2013.[1] He will also appear in LEGO Minifigures Online.

Description

Going down, the Roman Emperor has white hair with a golden laurel wreath on it, a frowned expression with wrinkles, a red torso which has a bit of yellow skin showing at the top along with yellow arms and shins, with the torso printing continuing onto his legs with sandles at the bottom.

Appearances

Video Game Appearances

Notes

  • His bio mentions the Roman Soldier.
  • The famous phrase "Veni, vidi, vici" was first used by Julius Caesar, the Julian calendar alluded to in the LEGO.com description was created by Julius Caesar and this minifigure has a similar appearance to him. However, Julius Caesar was never emperor of Rome. He brought about the end of the Roman republic and was named "dictator in perpetuity", but the first actual emperor was his heir, Octavius (later known as Augustus).

LEGO.com Description

LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a quote taken from LEGO.com. Do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

“I came, I built, I conquered!”

As the ruler of a great ancient empire, the Roman Emperor is used to getting his way all the time. He expects the other Minifigures to polish his sandals, feed him grapes, and carry him around wherever he wants to go, and it really steams him up when anybody disobeys.

There’s only one thing that the Roman Emperor likes better than being obeyed, and that’s making up new rules for everybody else to follow. He’s especially fond of creating extra months in the year and naming them after his favorite food and pets. And if anybody doesn’t like celebrating the 5th of Hamstertober, well…that’s why he keeps the Roman Soldier around!"


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Strength

CM rating four stars

Creativity

CM rating three stars

Speed

CM rating three stars

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