Blackbeard's sword...

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5 years ago#1

The way his minifig moves suggests that it's heavy. I wonder if it will be like that in the movie. Any thoughts?

5 years ago#2
The way he moves suggests a peg leg..hence the limp.
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5 years ago#3

If he had a peg leg wouldn't his minifig SHOW one like Davy Jones' peg leg?

5 years ago#4
Could just have a bum leg.
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5 years ago#5
The Sword was neither heavy, nor capable of doing anything other than being a sword and bringing inanimate objects to life in the movie.
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5 years ago#6
Nor does he have a bum leg, though he does rest the sword on his shoulder at one point in the movie. I suspect he carries it like that because a) he did briefly in the film and b) the sword is larger than standard lego swords and would probably have clipping issues if he held it normally.
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