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Limited Number of 2002 Holiday Edition C-3PO and R2-D2 Figures Now Available to Fan Club Members!

Paizo Publishing is pleased to announce that it has acquired a small number of Hasbro's 2002 Holiday Edition C-3PO and R2-D2 action-figure sets, and is offering these hard-to-find, limited edition collectibles exclusively to members of the Official Star Wars Fan Club.

The action-figure sets will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis to Fan Club members, and can be ordered at http://paizo.com/holidaydroids. Orders are limited to one set per person.

The 2002 Holiday Edition C-3PO and R2-D2 set was a limited edition sold only through Wal-Mart stores, and is the first in a series of Holiday Edition commemorative figures produced by Hasbro. This collectible was inspired by the 1980's Lucasfilm holiday greeting card art by Ralph McQuarrie, the concept artist responsible for much of the look of the original Star Wars trilogy.

The sets, which sell for $12.95 each (plus shipping charges), come with a display base and include a full-sized holiday greeting card.

Paizo also has a small number of 2003 Holiday Edition Yoda Action Figures remaining. Holiday Yoda figures are available to members of the Official Star Wars Fan Club and the general public. Yoda, which sells for $12.95 each (plus shipping charges), also comes with a display base and includes a full-sized holiday greeting card. Holiday Yoda is limited to four figures per person.

Remember that there is only a very limited quantity of these figures. Once they are gone, no more orders will be processed. Those with questions about the figure or the ordering process can email customer.service@paizo.com.


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