20 Fate/Grand Order, Tsukihime Figures Shown at Smile Fest 2022


During Smile Fest 2022, Good Smile Company showed off some upcoming Fate/Grand Order and Tsukihime figures. There will be a total of 20 Type-Moon figures, with varying release windows for each. Some FGO figures, such as the scale figure of Caster Altria, do not even have a prototype yet. Others, such as the Tsukihime Arcueid Nendoroid figure, are in the final stages of development. The Tsukihime figures are based on the characters’ appearances in Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-, the remake that released in 2021.

The full list of Fate/Grand Order and Tsukihime figures from Smile Fest 2022 is:


  • Arcueid Brunestud
  • Ciel
  • Mysterious Heroine X Alter (Berserker)


  • Arcueid Brunestud
  • Ciel

Pop Up Parade

  • Akiha Tohno
  • Arcueid Brunestud
  • Astolfo (Rider)
  • Ciel
  • Hisui
  • Jeanne d’Arc (Ruler)
  • Jeanne d’Arc Alter (Avenger)
  • Kohaku
  • Mordred (Saber)

Scale Figure

  • Arcueid Brunestud (Dresscode: Clad in Glaciers)
  • Arcueid Brunestud
  • Altria/Artoria (Caster)
  • Ciel (Seventh Scripture: 3rd Cause of Death – Blood Loss (Blade))
  • Mysterious Alter Ego Lambda (Lancer)
  • Scathach Skadi (Caster)

All of the pictures are available on Good Smile Company’s gallery for Smile Fest 2022. You can find the figures easily under the Fate/Grand Order or Tsukihime fandom lists.

During Hobby G Spring 2022, Good Smile Company showed off the prototype for the Arcueid Brunestud. At the time, however, she did not have paint. All of the Tsukihime figures use the designs from the remake version of the game.

Arcueid is also one of the new Servants in the Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order. She appears as Archetype Earth and is part of the game’s 7th Anniversary. She appears in-game as a member of the Moon Cancer class.

The Tsukihime and Fate/Grand Order figures from Good Smile Company are in development, and will come out some time in the future. Fate/Grand Order itself is available on iOS and Android, while the remake of Tsukihime is available on the Nintendo Switch and PS4 in Japan.

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