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Fate/Stay Night Statue 1/7 Saber Triumphant Excalibur 25 cm
Available March 2018.
£157.69 when paid upfront
£165.99 when paid with deposit.
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From 'Fate/stay night' comes a rerelease of the 1/7th scale 'Saber ~Triumphant Excalibur~'! Saber has been posed in a breathtakingly dynamic position, as she strikes down her fo…
From ‘Fate/stay night’ comes a rerelease of the 1/7th scale ‘Saber ~Triumphant Excalibur~’! Saber has been posed in a breathtakingly dynamic position, as she strikes down her foes with the Noble Phantasm ‘Excalibur’, showing not only her valiant side but also bringing out her beauty.
Two swords are included: the standard Excalibur, as well as ‘Invisible Air’, which makes use of a translucent plastic to truly make it seem more like an invisible sword. The swords can be exchanged whenever you feel like a change, allowing you to enjoy her equipped with either sword!
This PVC Statue stands approx. 25 cm tall and comes with base in a window box packaging.
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