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    Who's going to army build Gamorrean Guards???

    With 11 different assortments of wave 3 coming soon, it seems we will have no problem finding the pig....For all of those who display figures in dioramas, would you need more than, let's say, four or so guards??????? just wondering.....

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    I'm planning on getting at least three - one to hold each of the weapons. I'll have to check the movie to see how many are in there and probably go from there.
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    I was planning on four to start. I don't usually army build more than 3-4 but between a Jabba's palace set up and a Sail Barge/skiff display, I could probably use 4 easily.
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    I know I want to get at least 3, but will probably end up with more than that depending on how easy they are to find. I'm going to try to cut myself off at 6 loose and 2 carded, but we'll see what happens. I think I ended up with 5 of the VTAC Bossk figures from 2007 (not including the 2 Saga Legends versions I bought this year) and I'm probably 10 times more excited about this Gamorrean Guard than I ever was for Bossk.
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    I will buy seven of them to eat. I like pork.
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    I'm gonna go for 100 of them!!! But I'll probably fall short.
    Up, up, and OKAAAAY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chuxter View Post
    I will buy seven of them to eat. I like pork.
    Do you like green eggs and ham?

    I might buy a couple. I want to see how the figure looks in person first. I have a bad feeling about that furry diaper.
    I am the modern man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chuxter View Post
    I will buy seven of them to eat. I like pork.
    By the looks of that fur skirt, YOu will most definitely end up with a trichobezoar..I apologize for the nerdy Doctor-speak....google it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbarada View Post
    I know I want to get at least 3, but will probably end up with more than that depending on how easy they are to find. I'm going to try to cut myself off at 6 loose and 2 carded, but we'll see what happens. I think I ended up with 5 of the VTAC Bossk figures from 2007 (not including the 2 Saga Legends versions I bought this year) and I'm probably 10 times more excited about this Gamorrean Guard than I ever was for Bossk.
    I think once the initial wave hits, walmart and TRU will have pegs full of them...I went to TRU in Dallas this weekend and counted 22 sandtroopers and 18 magnaguards pegwarming.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkusna View Post
    I think once the initial wave hits, walmart and TRU will have pegs full of them...I went to TRU in Dallas this weekend and counted 22 sandtroopers and 18 magnaguards pegwarming.....
    Well, I think there should be a distinction between "available for purchase" and "pegwarming." Wave 2 was just released last month and wave 3 hasn't even started hitting stores yet. Thus I don't think any wave 2 figure qualifies for pegwarming status just yet. It seems to be one of those situations where Hasbro can't win. If figures sell out the instant they hit the pegs, then fans complain that Hasbro underestimated demand. If the figures take a few days or weeks to sell through, then they are labeled as pegwarmers and people start claiming that the line isn't selling and make doom-and-gloom predictions about the future of Star Wars merchandising.

    So, in short, those Sandtroopers and Magnaguards aren't "pegwarming," they are just "available." If those exact same figures are still around in 2011, then maybe you can start to use the term "pegwarmer" to describe them.
    "To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence… When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up." - C.S. Lewis

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