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Adorable Alolan Vulpix Pokémon Build-A-Bear: What’s the Fox Say?

by Conner Flynn
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Good news Poké-fans. Build-A-Bear Workshop is getting ready to launch another Pokémon plush character, featuring the wintry white and blue critter Alolan Vulpix.

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The $60 set includes a 13-inch Alolan Vulpix plush, a matching fuzzy cape, adorable pajamas, and a sound effect pack. Oh, and they’ll toss in an exclusive Pokémon trading card just for good measure. That’s quite the Poké-bundle, and sure to be popular with serious fans.

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The bundle will only be available online here starting on Thursday, September 13th. If for some reason you can’t get the online exclusive, you won’t have to miss out. You can save a bit of money by getting just the Alolan Vulpix plush ($28) and cape ($12.50) separately at Build-A-Bear Workshop stores beginning on the same date.

This is the ninth Pokémon offered by Build-A-Bear Workshop and The Pokémon Company International. The question is, have you caught them all?

[via Comic Book]

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