Build-a-Bear launches Pokémon surprise plush just before Christmas

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Build-A-Bear has presented a new Pokémon teddy, just before the Christmas season. This week, Build-A-Bear announced that Glace on is the last addition to its growing line of Pokémon stuffed animals. This marks the third evolution of LEVEE aggregated to the Build-A-Bear Pokémon teddies this year and leaves Leaf eon and Sylvan as the only LEVEE evolutions that do not have their own Build-A-Bear stuffed. Glace on can be purchased at a retailer BUILD-A-Bear store or as part of an online package that includes a layer, a sleeper and a sound chip 5 in 1.

Official Pokémon Podcast HA Appeared a wild podcast had the opportunity to see a preview of the Pokémon teddy in its last episode. You can see the new plush on the video at the top of the page.

The full description of the Glace on Build-A-Bear package says the following: Now you can relax with Glace on! Pokémon coaches will be great as ice next to glace on. This ice-type Pokémon is a burst of fresh air with its blue icy coat, long tail and diamond-shaped ears. The Pokémon trainers will love this exclusive package, which includes the warm layer, the sleeper and the sound chip 5 in 1 of glace on!

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Build-A-Bear has increased the amount of Pokémon stuffers that launches, with gene gar, Sorbonne, speared and mew added to the company's toy line earlier this year. Other stuffed animals in the line include Pikachu, Levee, Character, Squirrel, Growth, Pulpit, Bulbasaur, Jiggly puff, Allan Pulpit, Pickup, Produce, Snub bull, Normal, Fichu, Flatiron, Jolt eon, Vapor eon and Dragon ite. Most Pokémon stuffers can be purchased at physical stores according to availability, or in the Build-A-Bear online retail store with a sound chip 5 in 1. In particular, Pokémon's outfits (which generally have The theme of Poke Ball) can only be purchased through the Build-A-Bear online store.

The complete online package, which includes a layer, a sleeper and a sound chip, costs $65, while the luxurious (with sound chip) costs $40. Note that online the package is available to buy Through the Build-A-Bear website. Anticipated orders are already available.