Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary Plushies
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4 More Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary Character Plush Introduced

FuRyu Hobby Mall is now accepting pre-orders for another set of Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary plush based on characters from the game. This round includes Raine Sage, Regal Bryant, Sheena Fujibayashi, and Corrine. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Pre-orders will open in Japan starting on March 24, 2024. The expected release date will fall sometime in February 2025. Raine, Regal, and Sheena are priced at 7,260 yen or approximately $46. The Corrine plush is available at a cheaper price point. It will cost 3,850 yen or around $25. This includes sales tax. International shipping for these items are available through Buyee. However, each of these plush will be made to order, and pre-orders cannot be cancelled.

You can take a look at the plushies below.

Sheena, Raine, and Regal come with “props.” In Raine’s case, she will come with her staff, Sheena will come with a talisman, and Regal will come with removable handcuffs.

The Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary Sheena, Raine, Regal, and Corrine plush of characters do have posable limbs, which means consumers can pose them as they’d like. Additionally, they will have a special Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary logo embroidered on them to commemorate the anniversary of the series. This is just like the first wave of plushies that was announced in October 2023 that featured characters like Lloyd Iriving, Kratos Aurion, and Colette Brunel.

The Tales of Symphonia 20th Anniversary plushies can be pre-ordered from March 24, 2024 to July 26, 2024.

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