Get your Fate in miniature with new Nendoroid - tomopop

Get your Fate in miniature with new Nendoroid

7:00 PM on 11.30.2012

Emily Smalara

Associate Editor

Good Smile Company

Hot on the heels of Cospa's poseable Fate comes the latest Nendoroid, featuring the tiny terror from the Nanoha A's movie. I'm usually not one for Nendoroids, but I just might be finding myself rather attracted to this cutie. It seems like she's a bit limited in terms of accessories, though, bringing along only Bardiche in its Zanber form.

Even so, I'd be tempted to pick her up. The bold colors suit her well, and there are a lot of little features noticeable on her costume that add some much needed detail to the design. I'm also a fan of the fact that her base happens to be one of the magic circles so frequently seen popping up everywhere in the series. She'll be ready for action come April, for around ¥3,810.

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | J-List ]


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