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FigurePets mark WoW's 5th Birthday Spyro style

I love FigurePrints and this has been widely documented. I stare at my FigurePrint of Turpster a hundred times a day. A model? Not just a model, but a FigurePrint. Handmade in Italy, they carve it out of illegal whalebone. They only make eleven of them a year. This one cost me $12,000 or 30 million liras. Perfectly balanced, low drag, minimal torque. (Please note: FigurePrints aren't constructed from illegal whalebone, nor do they cost $12,000 (only $129.95/€99.95) but Turpster's been watching far too many Will Farrell films lately.) No exaggeration, I could not love a human baby as much as I love my miniature real life version of my favorite fantasy Warcraft character.

The folks over at FigurePrints and FigurePets are introducing some great new products and features to coincide with WoW's 5th Anniversary. You'll find all of the new features now available on their site after the break.

They include:

An OnyAn Onyxian Whelpling FigurePetxian Whelpling FigurePet. This cute little guy matches the in-game pet Blizzard is introducing and will be available on the FigurePets website through the end of the year.


A Slain Onyxia Base. Now your character can be posed next to the head of the slain Onxyia! This base caries a small additional charge ($9.95, €7,99).

Along with the anniversary items FigurePrints/Pets also are introducing a few things to get ready for the holidays:


"Gift Certificates! This is something we've had a lot of requests for from customers. Now you can give a FigurePrints gift certificate for the holidays in any amount from $5 to $500 (or €5 to €500 for us Europeans)."A Slain Onyxia Base


Holiday Armor Sets! What better way to celebrate the holidays than by posing your naughty night elf in Winter Garb? Red and green are both available.


So if you are stuck for what gift to get the WoW fan who has it all this upcoming holiday season I can personally recommend a FigurePrint, and the gift certificate means that they can have their FigurePrint just how they want it.

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