An extremely beautiful Raphtalia figurine is available for pre-order by Good Smile Company this week via their inexpensive Pop Up Parade collection.
Raphtalia, of course, is the half-raccoon demi-human heroine of the popular The Rising of the Shield Hero anime series. The sword of the Legendary Shield Hero.
She, along with the Shield Hero, aka Naofumi, fight the hordes of monsters that deluge everything in sight during the Waves, as well as stand up for those who are not always able to stand up for themselves.
Her Pop Up Parade Raphtalia figurine is not only beautiful, but also affordable as this line of figures is released by Good Smile at a price point more affordable than many other collectable anime figurines.
Features of Raphtalia’s Pop Up Parade figurine
The Raphtalia Pop Up Parade figurine is approximately 160mm or 6.29 inches in height.
She comes with a plastic stand, as she will not stand upright without it, and her sword.
She is wearing knee-high boots and her usual tunic dress. She also has a lovely sweet smile on her face. You know, that smile she often shows when she looks at Naofumi.
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Raphtalia is an ABS/PVC non-scale articulated figure that has been sculpted in the fluid, almost flying pose we often see as Raphtalia goes after the monster hordes that arrive in each of the successive Waves.
She is posed leaning slightly forward, with her sword grasped tightly in her hand as if readying to strike.
“I am your sword. Wherever you go, I will go with you“.
You can pre-order this gorgeous Pop Up Parade Raphtalia figure from Good Smile from today until Wednesday April 21st at 23:59PST, if you are in the U.S. or Canada for just $37.99.
If you are in Japan or anywhere else in the world, you will have to order from Good Smile’s Japanese site, with pre-orders for this adorable figure priced at 3,545 yen, and live from now until Thursday, 22nd April, 2021 at 12:00 JST.
And, if you haven’t yet watched The Rising of the Shield Hero, the first season of the anime is currently streaming on Crunchyroll.
Season 2 of the series is due to premiere in the fall, 2021, with a third season already green-lit.
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