Topic: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

So everyone, it's that time of year again. So what Fett/Star Wars things do you want Santa to bring you this year?

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

That statue thingy thats being advertised

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Force F/X Lightsaber... (drools)

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Ok, the life sized replica of boba fett, you all know what im talking about smile

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

The life sized fett definitely, but realistically the scale model EE-3 that I saw today at Toys 'r' us...and a force F/X luke's green lightsaber from ROTJ. I have a vader, obi-wan and Mace windu one already smile... oh and also that McQuarrie concept Boba Fett figure that I can never seem to find

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

ummm. some mando armor, 2 dc 15 s, vibro blades, verpine snipers, a pony, lightsabers you know the usual

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A decent replica Vader costume to go with my helmet.
A better lightsaber.

Batteries...

and a Boba Fett Action figure, I always wanted one to replace the one I lost as a kid...(sniff)

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

Batteries are an interesting request, but then none of the good toys seem to come with them tongue

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

Unrealisticly it would be the life size replica BF, but since that ain't gonna happen i'd have to say the Bobble Head BF & the mini Lego Slave 1.

Good point about the batteries, if toys ever do come with batteries they're usualy the cheap sort that run out in about an hour smile

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Master replicas helmet.

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

I told my family that I want "a star wars book I don't have" so let's see if they find one!

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

That 'Sarlacc Goo' boba Fett from Wal-Mart, because I refuse to go there. I'll let Santa do it.

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

In my dreams?  Custom Mando battle armor; painted to my specs

Realisticly?  Guess I'll settle for the Traviss Clone Wars books and maybe some more of the Star Wars figures that are coming out

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An ARC tropper, but as thats impossible

The second two Republic comando books, and a USB mouse with a scroll wheel.

A set of Spartan armor, black. (They actually have it, but im unsure if its still in production)

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Path of Destruction. I've read it before, but I liked it a lot.

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Fictionally, a set of Mandalorian armour, black and red coloured, a speeder bike, jut for the ability to skip over traffic.

Realisitically, any number of SW books I have yet to read, like the RC books, or the Legacy of the Force new books.  I might even ask for a Fett figurine, or just a Mandalorian one, doesn't matter who it is.  I might think of better things later.

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I haven't really gave any thought about this.  Any Star Wars action figures would be good.  And I guess the universal gift; money.  Not sounding greedy.

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

A Star Destroyer. big_smile

But seriously id want: The force unleashed video game

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Gah.  That comes out in Spring next year.  Or summer.  I can't remember.  BUT I CAN'T WAIT FOR THAT GAME!

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No kidding!  I can't wait for it to come out; I'm buying the PS2 version as soon as it hits the shelves!  (Well, maybe a bit later, but same principle.)

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Re: A Very Fetty Christmas - 2007

Yeah, just a couple hours at most ( i wish...)

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