- "Come with me if you wanna not die."
She is as "tough as nails" and is Emmet's love interest. As an independent figure, she doesn't let others give her orders easily; as a Master Builder, her creativity rivals even her no-business attitude. Despite this, she has a caring heart and puts a great deal of faith in those she considers friends.
Since meeting Emmet, she believes him to be the "Special", the figure destined to save the LEGO universe. Of course, he doesn't believe himself to be special at all, so it's up to her to convince him otherwise--whether he like it or not.
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“Act like you belong here.”
The streetwise and free-spirited Master Builder called Wyldstyle knows the best way to escape from Bad Cop and his robot goons. Blasting through a secret portal, she and Emmet travel to the Wild West, a rootin’, tootin’ realm of cattle-rustling, train-robbing, and high-noon showdowns.
Donning old-timey disguises to blend in with the local cowboys and outlaws, they start their quest to find the wizard Vitruvius and save the LEGO world. But although Wyldstyle knows exactly what she’s doing, poor Emmet may be completely out of his league!
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Gallery of Variants
Video Game Variants
- Her real name is Lucy, but her personal insecurity led to changing her names multiple times. They were Darkstorm, Gemini, Neversmile, Freakface, and Snazzypants, according to Vitruvius.
- Her alternate face for the Spacesuit is a robot disguise.
- When Emmet and Vitruvius heard her name they asked if she was a DJ, much to her confusion.
- She had wished to be the Special when she first heard the prophecy, which would partially explain why she was upset at Emmet at first.
- Her traditional trademark for her creations is pink and light blue-colored graffiti, namely the letters W and S in reference to her nickname.