The X-Mas gift idea list

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Hey guys, let's pool our ideas of Star Wars related holiday gift.

I'll start.

Child 6 and under:
- Galactic Heroes action figures.
These are just awesome for youngling. They are small, and they don't understand everything about the films or the TV show, but they do recognize the characters. GH figures are non-articulated, have no accessories. They are one strudy piece of plastic that can be thrown accross the room and stepped on. They can go in the bath, out in the snow or the sandbox. Kids can mix-match them with other Hasbro figures like Super-Heroe Squad, Indi Jones, GI Joe or Tranformer. Anyways, i can tell you, over the last few years, they have been very popular in my extended family, and do not have the drama of the bigger figurines (losing guns and accessories, tearing up an arm, etc...)


Kids 7 to 13:
- CW DVD/Blue Ray box set!
- Lego Star Wars complete Saga

14 to 20:
Time to start reading the best EU
- Thraw Trilogy
- Jedi Academy Trilogy

Over 20, anyone, even non-Star Wars Fans:
- Star Wars Visions.
What a wonderfull book. Best coffee-table book ever. Seriously, spread it around, it's just a nice, well done piece of Star Wars.
 
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Cool ideas (and great thread)

- Darth Vader's robotic arm (Uncle Milton)
This one is great: you have to assemble it, it looks fairly accurate (one the photos at least), and can actually move and grasp (manual controls, no electricity whatsoever here)
And it makes a nice object to display, I think.

- Wall stickers
There is the gigantic "New Hope" one: 9x15 feet

And there also are smaller (but still very big) Death Star, starships ...
 
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For girls, of course, we are familiar here on the forcecast with HerUniverse's line.
But Zazzle.com (or .ca) also as a great range of SW clothing for all ages and [censored] and size, including a few cute ones of characters cartoon-ized lego-like.
 
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For the Star wars fan on your list who seems to have everything. There is always the great line of high end props and replicas from eFx.

Also, everyone could use a ForceFX Saber. You can never have too many lightsabers.
 
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Murray1134 said:
You can never have too many lightsabers.
That's what General Greivous thought.


We're sending Lego Indy 2 to a family member this year. The Lego games are pretty much a safe bet.

There's no shortage of toys either, which is good to corrupt my sister's younglings.
 
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(hey Eric, i am going completly off topic here, but i need advices since i am a techno dinausor and Twitter is pnwing me more then a Rancor on a Gamorrean guard. I got a message from Forcecast that i won a magazine, but i just can't send a message back with my adress??)
 
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Venar said:
(hey Eric, i am going completly off topic here, but i need advices since i am a techno dinausor and Twitter is pnwing me more then a Rancor on a Gamorrean guard. I got a message from Forcecast that i won a magazine, but i just can't send a message back with my adress??)
I believe you will find an answer if you check Twitter again...
 
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Thanks Eric, now i hope i managed not to send to the entire planet...
 
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Man, atm, where i live is Hoth. Been snowing for last 12 days
 
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