StarCraft II Jim Raynor Action Figure Signed by Robert Clotworthy
StarCraft II fans are hardcore RTS players, but at the core they are fans of StarCraft II merchandise in general. For proof’s sake, check out the StarCraft II Jim Raynor action figure signed and numbered by the voice actor Robert Clotworthy who put it up for auction. So far the bid is going for $162.50 with 10 bids.
It’s numbered 2/10, and all revenue will be donated to the non-profit Charity organization of your choice. Robert announced it on Twitter barely 16 hours ago, and the bids close in six days. All I can think off the top of my mind is: “Darn, StarCraft II fans can’t get any more geeky, can they?!”
Ohh, but the action figure is not all the auction winner will find in the box. How about a specially recorded message from Jim Raynor thanking you for your donation? Thrilling.
- My name is Robert Clotworthy and since 1998 I have been the voice of Jim Raynor in the iconic video game StarCraft.
I have decided to dust off 10 Terran Outlaw Jim Raynor Series 1 Collector Action Figures from my personal collection on board the Hyperion and auction each one with the profits going to charity.
This item is brand new and unopened.
Each one will be signed by me and numbered. I will also include a personalized note of authenticity written on a Jim Raynor wanted poster note pad.
And to really get the juices flowing, I will also record a greeting from Jim Raynor and send that to the winning bidder.
This is a limited offer Marines, I am only going to sign and number ten of these. And this is for #2 in the series.
I am not limiting this to Terran players only. Protoss players may bid and I will hold my nose and even accept bids from Zerg.
This auction is open to everyone, not just limited to fans in the US. I will even ship to Char or Mar Sara if the winning bidder is willing to pay shipping.
So break out your wallets StarCraft fans, this is the opportunity to own something truly unique and send some money to charity.
As Jimmy says in Wings of Liberty, “Some things are just worth fighting for.”