[NSFW] Get romantic with Celia Aintree in this gallery

2:00 PM on 01.15.2013 // Tianxiao Ma
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Is she wearing two bottoms?

I think this figure is pretty much Daiki Kougyou in a nutshell: nudity, chunky girls, and odd proportions. You're looking at Celia Cumani Aintree from Walkure Romanze: Shojo Kishi Monogatari. She clearly isn't the type to take armor protection too seriously.

Akiba Hobby has an extensive gallery of Celia, highlighting her cast-off look among other things. The figure isn't too bad, I guess. It's just really tacky. Plus I don't like the proportions of her head at all. Anime figures tend to have overly large heads, but this one looks disproportionately small to me. On top of that Celia's face is a bit derpy.

Check out Brian's pre-order post if you want to reserve one. The price is a backbreaker for me so I'll pass.

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