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 PostPosted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 7:10 pm Reply with quote  
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What's your favorite EU action figure? Mine is probably either my Darth Bane or my Darth Nihilus action figures. I'm farily into the whole Sith thing and I just wish there were Exar Kun and Ulic-Qel Droma figures. Or Yuuzhan Vong. That would be really cool.
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I wanted Revan but I didn't want to order him and I've never seen one in stores. I've got Scorch which I found in the store one day and only bought because he's EU but I'm all for Exar Kun, Ulic Qel-Droma, and Yuuzhan Vong figures, but I really want to have Solo children figures. I would order those and not wait for from stores Very Happy
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Is there a Caedus one? Or do they plan on making one of him (or other LotF characters)?
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Is there a Caedus one? Or do they plan on making one of him (or other LotF characters)?


I don't think there'll be official ones for awhile, but I found a Caedus figure on ebay. It didn't look like any of the artist renditions of him and was a little pricy for a poor figure, but its all there is right now. There was, however, a fantastic custom Lumiya that someone made. it was around $70, but looked great.

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Darth Revan (TAC) and Baron Soontir Fel, from one of the Comic Packs (came with Hobby action figure, which is also very cool!). Very Happy From the Evolutions sets, I really like de figure of Mandalore the Indomitable.
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Star Wars Unleashed...well, just about any of them...in fact I have them all...I guess my favorite would be...Boba Fett

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Got enough action figures there? At least you 're like me; playing with them outside of the box is a GOOD thing. Razz
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Actually there are still a few figures I would like to get...like the original 12" Boba Fett for starters. The hard part is not so much finding the figures, but finding a place to put them. Wink
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Yeah, I'm runnin out of room pretty fast too (and my collection isn't as impressive as that, but a lot of it is pretty old school).
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I don't have many figures.... Crying or Very sad

But if they ever come out with the Solo children, especially Anakin, expect me to be pushing people away to get to them. That includes EVERYONE here. Laughing


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DS, you have all of them? Wow! I've only got one, but some of them are my favorite more recent pieces of SW merchandise.

As for figures, I've only bought about ten in the past year and a half. They've fallen into the lowest category of items I want to collect, and that puts the more expensive things up front. So, more expensive = less action figures. Smile

Just a question, how many of you like to keep the figures in the box?


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Tough call, I like my Baron Fel a lot. I really like all the mandos from the elite packs - which includes delta squad in black armor.

Still waiting for a Kal Skitrata fig, and I want them to make Rogue / Wraith squadron set (they made some of the figures but not all). I would love to have a Gavin Darklighter figure.

I open all my stuff - I understand the reasons for keeping them in the package, but where is the fun in that?!


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I actually really like my Quinlan Vos figure...Removable lightsaber blade and everything.
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Keeping it in the box = NO FUN!

I mean you can't play with it if its in the box Very Happy

Of course I do realize the whole value thing, but that's more of an investment strategy. If you're investing in toys then you might as well put them in storage. Kind of hard to display anything when its still in the box.
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