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Avatars are icons or figures representing a particular person in video games. When transported into Prime Empire, players take the form of avatars. With enough credits, a player can create a customized appearance.
- Avatar Pink Zane
- League of Jay (all customized to look like previous appearances of Jay)
- Several avatars can be seen more than once in a single scene. These include:
- Various Jay avatars, including Jay's Armor robe (seen on Beta Jay 137) and Jay's Resistance robe (seen on Jaybird 64). In Scott's garage, members of the League of Jay can be seen wearing these same few outfits.
- A male avatar with a swept back hairstyle with a sleeveless shirt. Several variations exist, include one with green skin and gray hair. Occasionally he wears a visor.
- A cat-girl avatar with medium length hair, cat ears, a bow tie, overalls and skirt. Pink and blue variants can be found, sometimes together.
- A female avatar with purple pigtails and a suit. Her hair is seen in blue on a dancer in "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back."
- A male avatar with short messy hair and occasionally pauldrons. His hair is seen in dark brown and blue.
- A female avatar with a short purple ponytail and red shirt, as seen on the Adventure-Ready Woman.
- A male avatar with a baseball cap and long sleeved shirt.
- A female avatar with short hair (in the same style as Roise) with a visor.
- A male avatar similar to Sushimi. He is bald and seen wearing a long sleeved shirt and having a beard, as well as having the default yellow skin tone, instead of red.
- The different hairpieces used on the avatars are originate from various other LEGO themes: the main Hobbits from The Lord of the Rings, the Tiger Woman and Babysitter from the Collectible Minifigures, and The Joker, Harley Quinn, and Barbara Gordon from The LEGO Batman Movie.
- In issue 60 of the Ninjago Magazine, some people have avatars of Batman.
- Avatars do not have to be the same gender as the players, as seen with Jaybird 64.
- A story on LEGO.com suggests players could use avatars to trick other players, similar to the way Avatar Harumi was used to trick Lloyd in "Stop, Drop and Side Scroll." In this case, someone could use an avatar of Skylor and go on a date with Kai.
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