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Hobonichi Mother Project Will Release Mr Saturn and Master Belch Plushes October 14

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Mother Mr. Saturn Master Belch Plushes

Another series of goods will be releasing through the Hobonichi MOTHER project that includes Mr Saturn and Master Belch plushes. You can purchase the miniature Mr Saturn plush with a house for ¥2,750 or $26, and the Master Belch plush for ¥2,530 or $23, and the large Mr Saturn plush will cost ¥3,465 or $32. These plushes will be available to buy on October 14, 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The official website includes a portion where the history of the MOTHER series is broken down, and a competition for those interested in an autographed comic. The competition involves translating sentences spoken by Mr Saturn, and those who provide the correct answer will receive the rewards. However, if the amount of winners exceeds fifty, a lottery will be held for the prize.

You can look at images of the MOTHER Mr Saturn and Master Belch plushes below.

Additionally, the MOTHER Franklin Badge, bead charms, and commemorative towels that sold out will be restocked on October 14, 2020. Due to the popularity of the Hobonichi MOTHER items, it is advised that those interested in purchasing the Mr Saturn and Master Belch plushes be ready to purchase them at 11:00AM JST.

MOTHER is available on the NES and Game Boy Advance in Japan and as Earthbound Beginnings on the Nintendo Wii U worldwide. Mother 2, also known as Earthbound, is available on the Game Boy Advance in Japan and on the Super Nintendo, New Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Wii U worldwide. Mother 3 is available on the Game Boy Advance in Japan.

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