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MLP Merch Poll #115MLP Merch Poll #114 Results
Last week we asked you which upcoming sets from the Rarity FiM collection you're planning to get. While there were quite a lot of options to choose from we do see some winners over the other sets: DJ Pon-3 and Fluttershy! They're on the wishlist of most people and leave a small gap between a few other sets that were quiet people, including Sapphire Shores, Twilight Sparkle, Aloe Boutique Salon and Carousel Boutique. The lowest scoring figure was the Pinkie Pie single, but just barely.

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2017 Guardians of Harmony Line-Up + Stratus Skyranger Revealed
We already knew that the upcoming My Little Pony movie was going to play a big part in this year's line-up, and besides the regular brushables we can now confirm that the full range of Guardians of Harmony figures will be based on MLP The Movie.
In the photo above (credits to MyFroggyStuff) you can clearly see all the sets that are currently on display at the New York Toy Fair, most of which we've seen in the MLP The Movie press release from Hasbro themselves. The only figure not announced before is Stratus Skyranger, who will be this wave's "big figure", just like Spike was in 2016. For now the Storm King + Grubber statue is the only announced figure in the Fan Series range. More may follow later this year.

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Storm King & Grubber My Little Pony The Movie Figures
Today was full of gifts from Hasbro with images of new MLP The Movie merch, but the day is not over! We've just received an update from Hasbro showing even more upcoming merch: Captain Calaeno and a Storm King & Grubber set!
The Captain Calaeno figure has a unique mold and stands on both thin legs with additional support from a cape. The figure is fitted with plenty of articulation points and comes with a translucent sword.
Storm King & Grubber are combined one a single plateau and fit more in the line of GoH Fan Series figures. Attached to the figures are strikes of magic/lightning and the Storm King is wielding a big staff. It's clear that this figure is not to be played with and is meant as a display piece.