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On everyone's profile you can see the CMF that they picked as their favorite and the one that is their least favorite. I picked the Highwayman as my favorite because there's just something really cool and unique about him. He's very mysterious and leaves a lot of potential for making up all kinds of stories and I really like that in a figure. The fortune teller is my least favorite because, well, it's a fortune teller and being a Christian, I don't agree with that.
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I really don't like the Red Hood figure from the Batman 1 series. What's with the dome on his head? How can he even see? At least put some printing on it.

I really like the GB series and I think the Brawny Boxer is my favorite because of the blue colour scheme.

By the way, the fortune teller is one of my favorite figures and was a strong contender for #1 because she just looks awesome with the dress and the hair (even though I don't like fortune tellers in reality either because they are all scammers).
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Yeah, I didn't like Red Hood at first, but he looks great if you just remove the dome and/or the armor. The head and torso underneath are great.
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I wrote a post quite some time ago about my favourites and least favourites... so I should definitely update it at some point!

My favourite at the moment is the Series 3 Gorilla Suit Guy, and my least favourite is currently the Series 8 Pirate. I'm not really a fan of the licensed CMFs either.
My favourite is probably still the Series 6 Roman Soldier, one of my favourite army builders that remains complete as issued. I'm also a big fan of the Series 3 Elf, but these days I use the legs and torso with a fleshie head and hands.

My worst remains the Series 5 fitness instructor. I got more than average when buying a load of Series 5 and even though I sold them all off, I still just don't like her. Even as parts, except for her hair, they are really useless for me.
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Agh yes! That Fitness instructor lady was terrible! She was always there, even if you were positive that you had someone else. I had far too many of them.
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Agh yes! That Fitness instructor lady was terrible! She was always there, even if you were positive that you had someone else. I had far too many of them.
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Whoops...I seemed to have posted the same thing twice. Just ignore one of them.
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@Drew The Gorilla guy is definitely a cool one. I haven't gotten him yet but hopefully I will someday. As for the pirate, I prefer the Series 16 pirate over the Series 8 one, mainly because hook hands break so easily.
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Fortune Teller is my least favorite as well for the reasons listed above but the design is very good. I like the Revolutionary Soldier best but Lincoln is also towards the top as I like American history. I am not a fan of the lego movies/ Batman/ Wizarding/ Ninjago/Simpsons as I prefer the creativity of the regular CMF's. I must say that I am not a huge Halloween fan but some of the designs in that series are very good the venus fly trap is great. Going back to early series I wanted the Knome Fisherman and Ice fisherman very badly. I remember the British Guard being the bane of series 5 and people were essentially giving them away but now I view it as one of the best in that series. I will always like the baseball figures and am still wishing for a catcher, coach, a hotdog or licorice vendor. Least favorites include the cave woman, tennis ace and other semi plain figures.
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The bane of Series 5 for me was that annoying Aerobics Instructor Lady. I had sooo many of them!
I find it hard to single out just 1 favourite because there are so many that I like for different reasons, but the Fencer in Series 13 was a good one, I just think it's a simple well executed minifigure, I really like the mask element. The Judge in S9, Hazmat Guy in S4, Lobster Lovin' Batman are other favourites. As for the worst S1 Ninja, in fact most of Series 1 is pretty poor, if you look at S18 you can see Lego have heavily invested in new elements, moulding and printing throughout the series. I doubt this evolution would of happened if it wasn't for the success of the CMF series.