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Good Smile Nendoroid Saber Alter: Super Movable Edition (Re-Run)

$47

Good Smile Nendoroid Saber Alter: Super Movable Edition (Re-Run)

Product description

From Good Smile Company! The King of Knights, corrupted by a dark Shadow. From the popular PC game Fate/stay night Comes a Nendoroid of the ominous saber alter! She comes with two expressions including her standard expressionless face as well as a shouting expression! Her mask is also included and can be attached and removed whenever you like! Also included as optional parts are two swords — her Holy sword Excalibur dyed a dark black, as well as the sword erupting with dark energy, vortigern — posing her with either sword together with the shouting face allows you to recreate various combat scenes from the series!

Good Smile Nendoroid Saber Alter: Super Movable Edition (Re-Run)


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