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Disney and Lucasfilm revealed enough upcoming new Star Wars toys to fill a Death Star for its Force Friday marketing bonanza on Oct. 4. We got to unleash our inner Jedi and play with them early at events in San Francisco and New York. 

Star Wars took a break from the annual Force Friday in 2018, but it's striking back in 2019 with Triple Force Friday to promote three upcoming Star Wars properties: Disney Plus series The Mandalorian, which streams on Nov. 12; video game Jedi: Fallen Order, which arrives Nov. 15; and The Rise of Skywalker, which hits theaters Dec. 20. 

Click through our gallery for a taste of the toys that'll Force Choke your wallet soon.

Originally published Sept. 26, noon PT and updated as new product details are revealed. 

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Build your own Resistance A-Wing Starfighter from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker with a new Lego kit. The film hits theaters Dec. 20. The pilot is Snap Wexley, with passenger Lieutenant Connix along for the ride. 

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That's new character Jannah, played by British actor Naomi Ackie in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. 

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A Funko Pop figure of Jannah, armed with a bow and an ally of the Resistance from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.  

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Up close with Poe Dameron, a Funko Pop figure from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. 

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The mechanic Rose Tico as a Funko Pop figure from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. 

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Rise of Skywalker Hot Wheels include the cute new droid D-O, who befriends BB-8 in the upcoming movie. 

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You can control this Hasbro interactive D-O droid with an app on your phone. 

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Rey and D-O unboxed, with a First Order Jet Trooper and Supreme Leader Kylo Ren from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, by Hasbro.

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A collection of droids -- D-O, R5-2JE, R6-LE5, and R2-SHP -- from Disney.

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Hasrbro's Chewbacca action figure from The Rise of Skywalker.

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Rey, Finn and Kylo Hasrbo action figures, from The Rise of Skywalker.

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Long-awaited live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian comes to the Disney Plus streaming service on Nov. 12, and with it come lots of new related products. 

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Action figures for The Mandalorian series. Pedro Pascal (best known for playing Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones) will take on the title role of a lone Mandalorian gunfighter operating in the outer reaches of the galaxy. With him here is ex-rebel shock trooper Cara Dune. 

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From Funko, an IG-11 bounty hunter droid from The Mandalorian. 

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From the Lego AT-ST Raider kit, The Mandalorian, a Klatooinian raider, and Cara Dune in front of the walker.

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Cheers, bounty hunters! IG-11 and the Mandalorian drinking glasses you can order from Zazzle.

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This print-on-demand lunchbox from Zazzle lets kids take The Mandalorian to school. 

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Loungefly's stylish Sith Trooper crossbody bag offers a dose of the dark side. It's exclusive to Disney Parks.

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A pair of Sith Troopers from Japanese toymaker Kotobukiya are ready for action.

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A Sith Trooper, In the Black Series from Hasbro, from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

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In front of Kylo Ren's Shuttle, that's General Pryde, D-O, Boolio, Lando Calrissian, Supreme Leader Kylo Ren, an astromech droid, Zorri Bliss, Lieutenant Connix and Snap Wexley, all in Lego. 

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Lando Calrissian, C-3PO and Finn in the 1,351-piece Lego Millennium Falcon from The Rise of Skywalker.

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More Star Wars Funko Pop figures. Clockwise, that's Rose Tico, Jannah, Lando Calrissian and Zorri Bliss.  

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Zorri Bliss and a super smooth Lando Calrissian are available in Funko Pop form.

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With the Scream Saber from Hasbro, you can play lightsaber sounds, sounds from 10 Star Wars characters and record your own voice with the press of a button. For ages 4 and up. 

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A closer look at Hasbro's Scream Saber. Get ready to scream.

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The Resistance deluxe figurine set on top, and below it, the First Order deluxe set from Disney.

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Back to basics with a Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker cap. 

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Garmin Star Wars fitness watches. Choose a Darth Vader or Rey theme. 

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A closer look at the Garmin Rey fitness watch.  

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The Kylo Ren Force FX Light Saber from Hasbro is ready to strike the Resistance. It has a surprising heft to mimic the weight of Ren's lightsaber.

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The Xbox One S Deluxe Edition of video game Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, coming Nov. 15. 

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Protect your phone with Jedi and Purge Trooper cases from the upcoming video game Jedi: Fallen Order.

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A Hasbro figurine of Padawan Cal Kestis and the BD-1 droid from the Jedi: Fallen Order video game. 

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Like playing dress-up? Here are Sith Trooper, Supreme Leader Kylo Ren and Rey costumes from the Disney Store.

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Kano's The Force Sensor coding kit lets kids 6 and up build lightsabers and go on missions by dragging coding elements. 

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Another look at the Lego Resistance Y-Wing Starfighter, being piloted here by Zorri Bliss, played by Keri Russell in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. 

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Here's a quick peek at the book Star Wars: The Ultimate Pop-Up Galaxy. 

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A T-shirt for The Mandalorian, available soon on Amazon.

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And even The Mandalorian has a MagicBand for Disney Resorts and Parks.

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