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First 4 Figures shows off their Link and Epona, probably worth every rupee

12:00 PM on 09.20.2011 // Kristina Pino

Today we got word that First 4 Figures has set a regular and exclusive version of Link riding Epona up for pre-order! Community member hito was able to get a c-blog up before our own post went live, too. Lucky guy went and ordered the standard edition, which will run you US$424.99 without the help of a slight discount via F4F's newsletter (expires October 20). The exclusive version is priced at US$449.99. Thank goodness for the FlexPay option!

What we've got here is a 17" tall (and 16" long!) statue, limited to 1500 pieces for the standard and 500 for exclusive edition, both set for release during the second quarter of next year. They are a part of the Twilight Princess "Master Arts" line (Remember Midna and Wolf Link?), meant to be centerpieces to your collection.

Epona and Link look great in both versions, but somehow I'm a bit more drawn to the standard edition since it's all the right colors. The exclusive edition has this neat plated or metal look to it with a faux bronze finish, and was made for the 25th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda series.

Check out the gallery for three images of each edition sent to us from F4F, and tell us what you think!

[Pre-order: Standard | Exclusive]

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