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Good Smile The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Link Figma Action Figure(Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- A Japanese import by Good Smile
- From the popular video game series' newest addition, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
- Smooth yet poseable joints
- Flexible plastic used for important areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising possibility
- Gallant expression Plus shouting face for combat poses
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The Hero of Winds in his classic green outfit, back again!
From the popular game 'The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword' comes a rerelease of figma Link!
Using the smooth yet poseable joints of figma, you can act out a variety of different scenes.
A flexible plastic is used for important areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
He comes with his standard gallant expression, as well as a powerful shouting face for combat poses.
The Master Sword as well as the Hylian Shield are both included. They can also be carried on his back as they did in the game.
A poseable figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
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From Good Smile Company. From the popular video game series' newest addition, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, comes a figma of the main character of the series, Link. Using the smooth yet poseable joints of figma, you can act out a variety of different scenes. A flexible plastic is used for important areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising possibility. He comes with his standard gallant expression, as well as a powerful shouting face for combat poses. The Master Sword as well as the Hylian Shield are both included. They can also be carried on his back as they did in the game. A poseable figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
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You get two faces, two hair pieces, five sets of hands, the sword and sheath, the shield, a stand, and the swiping effect for the sword. I'm probably missing something because there is so much.
My only small complaint is that I wish the forearm could turn more, I have trouble fitting the strap from the shield around it when it's not on the flatter side.
My complaint is with how annoying it can be to set it up how you want. While the figure and the parts look great, they do feel delicate. It's scary trying to add and remove parts because it can feel like you'll end up breaking it. Also, sometimes finding the right balance so it can stand on it's own without falling over can take a while.
As long as your careful with handling the figure, you should be happy with this product. If you're a fan of Link, I would highly recommend this.
The sword itself is made from a harder, brittle plastic; that's not to say it broke, but rather when combined with the hands meant to hold it, has a high probability to do so in the future. The plastic of the hands is softer and has a good degree of pliability, but the shape it is in is half-closed, as though gripping the sword grip already. This only creates a problem because the sword's pommel (the ornamentation at the base of the handle) is not removable, the sword is one piece. Thus the only way to get the sword into his hand is to force it in sideways without excessively bending the fingers.
That aside, great figure! He truly is a paragon of his kind.
When it comes to the detail of the figure itself, it’s outstanding. I noticed very minor paint discrepancies on the Hylian Shield; most noticeably a touch of gold from the Triforce was on the blue between the three triangles. The Master Sword also has a bit of misplaced paint; the teal wrap on the hilt is a touch smudged. But neither are noticeable unless under high scrutiny.
In regards to the Master Sword, do be wary that it is SHARP. The blade itself isn’t dangerous, but the edges of the guard (the base of the “wings” pointing down towards the hilt) cut me and drew blood twice as I was handling the weapon. I never held any sort of resentment towards Fi in SS, so I don’t know what she has against me when it comes to this figure.
It seems people have experienced trouble with getting Link to hold the Master Sword without breaking the hilt. I was really wary I would have the same problem, so to prevent that I ran the hand that would hold it under hot water while I pried the fingers open the slightest using my nails. Upon drying the hand, removing the pommel of the sword, and slipping it into the hand, there were no issues. The sword and hand were intact and stayed in place.
It can be a bit difficult to get some parts to fit or stay where they should. I had some trouble making the peg of the sword sheath and the one for the stand to fit into their respective holes on the figure’s back, but once I did they fit snugly. However, the Hylian Shield wanted to slide sideways and rest at an odd angle while attached to the sheath of the sword. After maneuvering it quite a bit I was able to get it to stay, but parts can definitely be finicky so just be patient.
The stand isn’t even necessary for certain positions, as Link is fairly well balanced. Although posing the figure can prove to be troublesome in certain times, it is worth it in the end, as it looks amazing next to the Limited Edition figure of Skull Kid that came with MM3D: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D Limited-Edition Bundle - Nintendo 3DS and the Toon Link Nendoroid: Good Smile The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Link Nendoroid Action Figure. The former is roughly the same height as the Link Figma and the latter reaches just a touch over SS Link’s waist.
All in all, the Skyward Sword Link Figma is an incredibly wonderful figure that looks great on any collector’s shelf!
The Fierce Deity blade is not include with figure and was 3D printed separately.
The heart container is not included with the Figma. That comes with the Toon Link Nendoroid.
Paint discrepancy on the hilt of the Master Sword can be seen closest to the guard.
What I like about this figure in particular is that there are several different poses possible with this figure, and it comes with some extra pieces (like a different face) for more possibilities. While this version of Link is right handed, Link has always been left handed (I am too, so having a lefty hero is awesome), and either orientation is possible with this figure, so mine is set up so that Link is holding the sword in his left hand.
Price is steep, but this is a great figure if you want a display piece of Link.