It's not destiny, but you should grab Golden Darkness - tomopop

It's not destiny, but you should grab Golden Darkness

3:00 PM on 01.31.2013

Emily Smalara

Associate Editor

Alphamax - 1/7 Scale

To Love-Ru might not be the most quality of series, but at least it certainly knows how to create some pretty attractive characters. Especially when they just grab them straight from other series, like Golden Darkness here. I don't think it's a big secret that she looks more than a little like everyone's favorite scythe-swinging magical girl, right down to the black hair ribbons.

Still, that certainly doesn't mean she's not an attractive character. Alphamax made a very attractive assassin here, and To Love-Ru's inherent hentai levels of fanservice provide a bit of spiciness you wouldn't necessarily get with a Nanoha figure. While I don't really think there's enough variety to make her stand apart from Fate, to be honest she's a nice stand in since we won't be seeing teenaged Nanoha characters any time soon.

Whether or not she's worth it on her own is up to you, but she does have quite a draw. Pick her up in July for around ¥7,400.

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