Thrawn hunting

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Anyone had any recent success? :?:

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NFS - No Thrawns found in SE Lincolnshire, however what is it that makes these so tempting! Is because I like TFA and Rogue One?
Home Bargins and TK Maxx purchases below.
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Toys R Us had a Thrawn Black Series when I went this week. Was very tempted by him but didn't take him for some reason.
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jedi_masters wrote:Toys R Us had a Thrawn Black Series when I went this week. Was very tempted by him but didn't take him for some reason.
After a Thrawn 3.75" RO but so is everyone else by the looks of it. Not into the black series. Not sure if its size of packing or its style (and obviously price) or not what I relate to figure collecting for me like the times of old.
I do like the new stuff though but not as much as vintage of course! :lol:

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My mate was in Forbidden Planet a while back, and they had 10 in there he wishes he had purchased them.
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Now I know this might seem greedy but I am actually after two. However, one is not for me but a fellow collector who has priority as I knew nothing about it until he mentioned them.
I'll keep looking because at £1.99 how can anyone not refuse it! :shock: :lol:

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One Thrawn was found in Home Bargains in Kilmarnock, Scotland, a couple of days ago - bargain at £1.99...
You weren't on any mercy mission this time, Your Highness.

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Nita Nitro wrote:One Thrawn was found in Home Bargains in Kilmarnock, Scotland, a couple of days ago - bargain at £1.99...
Wow nice
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Taffius wrote:Now I know this might seem greedy but I am actually after two. However, one is not for me but a fellow collector who has priority as I knew nothing about it until he mentioned them.
I'll keep looking because at £1.99 how can anyone not refuse it! :shock: :lol:
TBH There 2 variants I have 3 opened one of them.
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Went out today again. Nil returns. :(

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where would one go Thrawn hunting in South East Lincolnshire?? grew up there, and regularly visit, wouldn't know where to look for star wars stuff!!

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My local tk maxx had loads of figures for £1.99 over xmas but all gone now

I’ve got an officer krenik if anyone is interested
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Mrleemur wrote:where would one go Thrawn hunting in South East Lincolnshire?? grew up there, and regularly visit, wouldn't know where to look for star wars stuff!!
The chain stores in Boston. They have B&M(s), Home Bargains and TK Maxx. Keep checking Lincoln too but nought for my travels. Yet! :lol:

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Contact Matt Booker on Facebook he sorted mine for me.
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Unfortunately Thrawn is not the only pain in ass for this run. Raddus,Galen erso and Lt Sefla only made it to a few online uk retailers from what i believe and ebay prices are £25-£30 for these i think Lt Selfa is a bit cheaper.

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