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    Exclamation Off topic: Outlander Nightclub Obi-Wan

    Can this figure hold a lightsaber in either of his hands? Is it a good figure?

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    Re: Off topic: Outlander Nightclub Obi-Wan

    I like this figure. The only thing I dont like is that the hilt is molded ot his waist. It looks like the figure is set up to recreate the Elan 'Deathstick" scene if you look at his hands.
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    Re: Off topic: Outlander Nightclub Obi-Wan

    It's a very decent figure, and probably one of the few prequel Obi-Wan figures that I like.

    This threads in the wrong section BTW, it should be in the SAGA section...

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    Re: Off topic: Outlander Nightclub Obi-Wan

    Thread moved.

    The figure is ok, both hands seem like they could hold a saber, his left hand is cupped a little wide and his right hand has 2 fingers out but the other 2 fingers could hold the saber. I haven't tried it myself though.
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