Atelier Ryza 2 Reisalin Stout figure by Koei Tecmo KTmodel Plus
Image courtesy of Koei Tecmo and Gust

Atelier Ryza 2 KTmodel+ Figure Pre-Orders Open Worldwide

Koei Tecmo revealed a new KTmodel+ figure based on Reisalin “Ryza” Stout from Gust’s Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy. The company has also opened pre-orders for the figure worldwide with help from AmiAmi. This figure will formally appear in May 2025.

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The company is accepting pre-orders for the figure in Japan via the KTmodel+ and AmiAmi web stores with a price tag of 32,000 yen. People residing outside Japan can also place pre-orders on AmiAmi’s international web store, where the figure is available worldwide at around $199.

The 1/6 scale figure depicting Ryza sitting on a box while eating apples will have a total height of around 185 mm (~7.28 inches). The figure will be mostly static with no movable body parts, but the owner will be able to remove the apples from the set.

Here is how the figure prototype compares to the original illustration:

And here are some of the figure’s sample images taken from different sides:

Ryza has been getting more merchandise and figures revealed as one of the most popular characters from Gust’s Atelier series. Good Smile Company had previously revealed a Ryza figure in Chinese dress that can be paired with Klaudia Valentz. It also announced that Max Factory will produce a Plamatea model kit of Ryza.

Koei Tecmo will close the pre-order window for the 1/6 scale KTmodel+ figure of Reisalin “Ryza” Stout from Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy on October 6, 2024. It will release the finished figures in May 2025. The company will also showcase the figure’s prototype at Wonder Festival 2024 Summer in Makuhari Messe on July 28, 2024.

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