Orchid Seed's Lineage II elf gets a Second Edition - tomopop

Orchid Seed's Lineage II elf gets a Second Edition

1:00 PM on 02.07.2011

Does this lovely lass look familiar to you? She looked familiar to me too. This is  a new edition of the original blond-haired elf from the MMORPG Lineage II. However, some of the people that purchased the elf complained that her weapons broke too easily, so Orchid Seed decided to release a "Second Edition" that would include sturdier weapons and a new haircolor.

This new version of the beautiful Elf is now open for pre-order through several of our recommended retailers, and she is slated for a release this July. She will be ¥6,314 (US$76.82), which is not bad in my mind for a 1/7 figure with the high level of detail this seems to have. Anyone buy the original and have issues with the weapons breaking?

[Pre-order through Hobby Link Japan | Hobby Search


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