LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Minifigures - Angelica

Angelica is exclusive to LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean set 4195, Queen Anne's Revenge.

Parts and Accessories
Angelica is composed of four or five parts depending on the hat/hair combo - hat and/or hair piece, head, torso, and legs.

The hat and hair may be a single part. If so it will be new to the LEGO universe. If separate...they will both be new parts. The hat is a new style with a buckle and a hole for a tan plume. The hair is a new female style in brown. This may be the same hair piece that appears with Syrena.

The head is a new female print in light flesh. It is not known if the head is dual-sided, but the design of the hair could support it.

The torso appears to be dark green with white arms and light flesh hands. The print on the torso resembles a blouse/vest/corset combo. It is not know yet if there is print on the back of the torso.

The legs and hips are black with no visible print.

The accessories I've seen with this figure are the standard Pirate sword and what I believe is a voodoo doll. The voodoo doll is the minifigure statute that has appeared with Collectible Minifigures from the past. It has print to resemble Captain Jack (this is only a guess as the video game pre-order fig of Jack also appears to be a wooden doll of some kind).

LEGO.com Bio
Angelica is the beautiful pirate daughter of the bloodthirsty Captain Blackbeard and past love of Captain Jack Sparrow. She’s a con artist and a scoundrel that rivals Jack Sparrow in nearly every way. When she’s not disguised as Sparrow, she’s searching for him in the hopes that he can lead her to the Fountain of Youth and extend the life of her aging father. Although she’s got more than one reason for wanting to knock his block off.

Army Building Potential
The ABP for this minifigure is low.

The Big Draw
The hat and/or hair piece will be the real draw of this figure. If the hat is separate and fits over most LEGO hair pieces, then it will really be a sought after item.

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Thanks to Smashing Bricks for the hi-res images

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