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The figma Blog hijacks photos of Persona 4 Arena's Labrys

12:30 AM on 10.30.2012 // Jonathan Tubbs

A look at the upcoming Labrys figma that challenges your other figma figures.

I have a confession to make. I have not played Persona 4 Arena. Cut me some slack. I still have to finish playing BlazBlue! Even if I haven't touched the title, that doesn't mean I can't admire some of its aspects from what I've seen such as new comer Labrys.

That's why I find it interesting to check out the preview of her at the figma Blog. She seemed rather snazzy to me with her mighty axe but the figma preview has shown me a lot of really cool things you could do with her accessories. She can go all Rocket Punch on you with parts to do her Chain Knuckle, parts for her Weaver's Art: Beast, or go completely nuts on you with the Weaver's Art: Inquisition (yeah, had to look those up. Cool to watch though). As expected, she'll also include an alternate face to give you her Shadow form. Whether from the actual axe or additional parts, you can have Labrys set up with her flying parts. 

With the way the Persona figma collection is getting, it's begging for more of the charcters from this series just so you can pose your own fights. But I guess we'll just have to take what we can get. You can select Persona 4 Arena's figma Labrys on October 30, 2012 for ¥4,800 she'll be entering the fight your collection in February, 2013.

Update: It looks like Labrys is already getting an alternate color courtesy of Famitsu just like Aegis. No other details are available outside of what was posted on Twitter so we'll just have to wait and see as usual. Thanks for the heads up Pooka!

Update 2: Now available for pre-order.

[Pre-order at Hobby Search | AmiAmi]

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