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  • Looks like they're making a large Wooly World Yoshi. ITEM #340355 I'm really happy they're making a bigger plush since the first three amigurumi Yoshi are cute but pretty tiny. I wonder how much it'll cost though.
    Il y a 5 ans
    ArngrimIl y a 5 ans#3366642What do the 'unicorn' rarity means? like, super rare?

    Yah.

    Also, are we gonna count Animal Crossing's Amiibo cards here or?
    Il y a 5 ans
    What do the 'unicorn' rarity means? like, super rare?
    Il y a 5 ans
    just got Palutena

    So now I have Ike, Marth, Link, Zelda, Charizard, Lucina, Palutena.

    Actually you can still get it here. Enjoy.
    www.amazon.ca/P...
    Il y a 5 ans
    I have so many amiibo now. It's filled the the small space left in my room...
    Il y a 5 ans
    Take Virile Insatiable Beast
    At last the Amiibo ordeal is over in Europe! Or at least where I'm living. All of them have gotten re-releases and some of them are still on the way, the only ones I have yet to spot in a shop is King Dedede and Meta Knight but all of the others have been successfully re-released. The quantity were still small though, so it won't last very long.
    Il y a 5 ans
    Hey everyone, I'm hoping to trade my NIB USA Jigglypuff for a NIB Greninja.

    I have an extra Jigglypuff and I'm collecting all the Pokemon and Greninja is the last one on the list. =) Please let me know if you are interested. (Located in the USA.)
    Il y a 5 ans
    TakeIl y a 5 ans#3139851There is only one packaging type for the whole Europe (and I'm assuming Australia as well).
    The vast majority of the European box is written in English, with only 2 sentences translated in French/German/Dutch/Spanish/Italian/Portugues/Russian ("What your Amiibo can do" and "As it fights, it gets stronger!"). The name of the character is also written in any language in which it is different from the English name (for example Rosalina, who is "Harmonie" in French, "Estela" in Spanish, "Rosalinda" in Italian and yet another name I cannot transcribe in Russian). I think Japanese, America and Europe are the only 3 versions.

    Thanks for the reply :) Was really curious if those were the only 3 types of packaging out there ^^a
    Il y a 5 ans
    Take Virile Insatiable Beast
    sarunamirabuIl y a 5 ans#3139840Figure it'd be my best bet to ask here lol: are the only different packagings of amiibo the United States, Japanese, and European versions(I guess there's just one European version?)? Or are there other different language packagings of amiibo? (Sorry if I'm labeling them wrong lol;;;)
    There is only one packaging type for the whole Europe (and I'm assuming Australia as well).
    The vast majority of the European box is written in English, with only 2 sentences translated in French/German/Dutch/Spanish/Italian/Portugues/Russian ("What your Amiibo can do" and "As it fights, it gets stronger!"). The name of the character is also written in any language in which it is different from the English name (for example Rosalina, who is "Harmonie" in French, "Estela" in Spanish, "Rosalinda" in Italian and yet another name I cannot transcribe in Russian). I think Japanese, America and Europe are the only 3 versions.
    Il y a 5 ans
    Figure it'd be my best bet to ask here lol: are the only different packagings of amiibo the United States, Japanese, and European versions(I guess there's just one European version?)? Or are there other different language packagings of amiibo? (Sorry if I'm labeling them wrong lol;;;)
    Il y a 5 ans
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