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Here’s the deal – when The Force Awakens digital trading cards were released on the 11th on Entertainment Weekly’s site, the Finn card was numbered #76. But when it appeared on StarWars.com, it was numbered #18. Until sometime on either 12/13 or 12/14, at which point it was replaced with a #76.
Here’s the Entertainment Weekly version:
Here’s what appeared on StarWars.com as late as December 13th:
And here’s what appears on StarWars.com at least since December 14th:
Star Wars Fun FactSurprising or little known Star Wars tidbits, sometimes related to today’s Force Feature.
Did you know? Some Star Wars cards also come with one or two stars on the bottom of the cards. You can see it replicated in the #18 card above! Why was that also removed when it was changed to #76 on StarWars.com? We may never know…
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My reaction when I first see #TheForceAwakens figures on store pegs. #EpisodeVII pic.twitter.com/mleGk3KPgk
— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) December 11, 2014
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