Lucky Charm Ladybug addendum

As mentioned in today's review, all the accessories the normal release of the figure came with were taken right from the show.

Season 1, Episode 5

Villain: a flying archer
Lucky Charm: a candy apple

Solution: make the villain touch the sticky candy, so he can't fire his bow anymore.

Season 1, Episode 11

Villain: an armored policeman with a "do what I say" ray
Lucky Charm: an oven mitt

Solution: cover his hands so he can't fire his rays

Season 2, Episode 9

Villain: a singer who can turn anyone who doesn't dance or rhyme into metallic pink statues
Lucky Charm: handcuffs

Solution: physically bind yourself to Cat Noir so your fight moves count as "dancing"

Season 3, Episode 10

Villain: a hazy purple cloud with memory-erasing powers
Lucky Charm: teapot

Solution: stick its hand in the teapot so it can't erase any more memories

Honestly, every figure in the line should have come with at least one Lucky Charm item - there's a unique object every week, and Playmates could have easily just molded some existing accessories from other lines in red plastic and added some easy value to these toys.

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