Tio Plato figure from Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure by Kotobukiya
Image courtesy of Nihon Falcom and Kotobukiya

1/8 Scale Tio Plato Figure Pre-Orders Opened

Kotobukiya has opened pre-orders for its upcoming figure of Tio Plato from Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes: Trails series. The character’s appearances in the Crossbell duology of Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure will serve as the base design for this figure. The 1/8 scale figure will have an overall height of 257mm (~10.1 inches), which includes Tio’s staff weapon.

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The Japan-exclusive Kotobukiya Online Shop revealed an alternative face plate featuring a smiling Tio as an exclusive bonus. However, its fine print suggests that this bonus may also be available in some of the overseas sales and future restocks.

Other than contacting local retailers, people from all around the world can also place pre-orders on AmiAmi, which supports international shipping. While the figure has a normal price tag of 20,900 yen (~$139.50), AmiAmi provides a discount that reduces the price to 17,550 yen (~$117).

The two Crossbell titles originally came out for PlayStation Portable in Japan as Zero no Kiseki in 2010 and Ao no Kiseki in 2011. After a long wait, NIS America published the official English releases of Trails from Zero in September 2022 and Trails to Azure in March 2023 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

The 1/8 scale figure of Tio Plato from The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure will be officially available in May 2024.

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