You sure? I think that's the case for all of the figures except for Luke, which seems to be two (He's the only one I saw with only 2). Not 100% sure but I'm pretty positive I was the first one to purchase any of these figures at the local wal mart because they would not ring up at the cash register. Took like 20 minutes for the ladies to figure it out but the persistence paid off.Each figure is 3-per-case. So, yeah, too many Roses. She really seems to be bringing out the 5-year-old kid in most Star Wars collectors who don't want to play with a girl toy.
Agreed. If they thought 3x perfigre was enough, then they should have just had 3x Luke, PG, and ET, and then 1x Rose and 2x sacrif trooper. Those cases would sell through a lot better.Each figure is 3-per-case. So, yeah, too many Roses. She really seems to be bringing out the 5-year-old kid in most Star Wars collectors who don't want to play with a girl toy.
Is the lightning effects molded onto the ax head or is it removable?Just opened a couple of these up. Kind of unfortunate that they couldn't include the pistol that attaches to the leg. Now it's just a weird empty spot. The figure looks great though and the ax or whatever is pretty cool.
I tried this with the Ahsoka wave last year and the employee flipped out at me. When I find this wave, I'm taking an older figure to self-checkout and scanning it 5 times.I went back to Walmart tonight and they still had him. Once again it was item not recognized and having the employee type in $11.92 manually. Pleased as punch with the figure though!