Vulpix Is The Latest Customizable Pokémon Available At Build-A-Bear

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How many sleepless nights have you laid in bed wanting nothing more than to snuggle a fire-type Pokémon? Thanks to the Build-A-Bear Workshop, fans and trainers everywhere have been getting their dreams answered with the company’s Pokémon line. The latest creature to be added to the line will fuel that endless need to fall asleep next to a cute and furry fire-type. That’s right, the next customizable Pokémon is none other than the cuddly Vulpix!

The Vulpix plush is available in Build-A-Bear shops for $28. An online bundle, which will run for $60, includes a cape, a sleeper, a sound box (that makes Vulpix noises), and an exclusive Pokémon TCG Vulpix card. The cape and card are exclusive to those that purchase the online bundle. The cape included in the bundle features a flame pattern for the fire-type cutie. The sleeper consists of a pattern of randomly sized Poké balls, perfect for lounging around the house in. Check out the gallery below:

Vulpix is the sixth Pokémon to be added to the Build-A-Bear line. Pikachu, Squirtle, Meowth, Charmander, and Evee all have respective bundles as well. Thanks to a special online promotion, if you can’t just have one Pokémon to snuggle with, you can save $20 if you buy two of the bundled characters. That would be two Pokémon and all of their accessories for around $100.

Vulpix and friends are all available in stores and online. What do you think of the plush Vulpix? Do you have any of the other Build-A-Bear Pokémon plushes? Which character do you think the company should release next? Do you think the price is fair, or maybe a little steep? Let us know in the comments section below. Be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to stay up to date on the hottest news in gaming and entertainment via our 24/7 live news feed.

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Hailing from the armpit of California, this most radical of nerds loves video games, comics, and collectibles (not dolls). Prepare to feast your eyes on the magical wonder that is his editorials.

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