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New Electronic Sarlacc Creature, Darth Vader Bust, and Sith Art at Dok-Ondar’s in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Dok-Ondar has a few new collectibles for sale in his Den of Antiquities at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios this week. We found the electronic Sarlacc creature first released at Disneyland, plus a Darth Vader bust and Sith art.

Electronic Sarlacc – $39.99

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You can take home your very own Sarlacc in a secure red tank.

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Information about your new friend is listed on the side, including its type (Anthropod), home planet (Tatooine), and diet (anything that stumbles upon it).

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The Sarlacc moves its tentacles. You can feed it (we recommend non-organic food). Cast Members initially thought it was a bank, but there is no internal storage. Anything fed to the Sarlacc comes right out of a slot on the side of the tank.

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The lid opens and has a handle so you can carry your Sarlacc with you wherever you go.

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The on-off switch and battery storage are on the bottom.

Sith Art – $160

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This art resembles carved stone.

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It features Darth Maul and Darth Vader to the sides of Darth Sidious, a.k.a. Emperor Palpatine.

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Separating the three figures are metal strips covered in red runes.

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This piece has hardware for hanging it on the wall or a stand for it to sit on a shelf.

Darth Vader Bust – $19.99

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This bust is just a bit larger than a hand. Vader looks like he has been carved out of black rock.

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This Darth Vader bust is also available at Disneyland. Check out some more “Star Wars” busts available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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