What is Lego piece 26047? We Googled it so you don't have to

Jane Corscadden May 6, 2021
What is Lego piece 26047? We Googled it so you don't have to
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What is Lego piece 26047? It’s been driving Among Us fans crazy online, but what is it, and why are people telling each other not to look it up?

Well, hold tight – we’ve Googled it so you don’t have to.

What is Lego piece 26047?

Put simply, this specific Lego piece is just…a Lego piece. It appears in 356 sets, 14 minifigs, 13 parts, and even one gear that was a pencil pot.

It’s a plate that’s modified 1 x 1 rounded with a bar handle. This specific Lego piece was created in 2016.

What is the meaning of Lego piece 26047 for Among Us players?

So, to most people this is simply just a Lego block. A pretty weirdly shaped one, mind you, but still a fairly typical piece.

If you play Among Us, however, you’ll be looking at this block in a completely different way. Maybe even with a bit of despair.

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This is because Lego piece 26047 looks a lot like an Impostor. For those who don’t know, an Impostor in Among Us is one of two randomly assigned roles in the game. Their sole purpose? To win the game by killing the majority of the Crewmates.

Among Us is pretty much a game of survival. If you play as an Impostor, your goal is to do the above. But if you’re a Crewmate, you must identify the Impostors, eliminate them, and complete tasks around the map.

Thanks to this, it means Lego piece 26047 has become a meme with Among Us players. They tell each other not to Google what the item is, and then despair when they do. It’s a vicious cycle!

Twitter reacts to Lego piece 26047 meme

As always, Twitter users have something to say about this Among Us meme.

Here are just a few reactions…

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Jane is a freelance journalist from Belfast, Northern Ireland specialising in news, culture and politics. She studied Politics at Queen’s University Belfast before completing a Journalism MA at the University of Ulster. Always trawling social media and keeping up to date with the latest trends and crazes, her main interest lies in digital culture and internet trends.