Atelier Ryza and Klaudia Figures
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Atelier Ryza and Klaudia Figures Cost Nearly $300 Together

New Atelier Ryza figures are now available to pre-order form Good Smile Company, this time featuring Ryza and Klaudia wearing Chinese-style dresses. The figures are available separately, or together on the same stand with a bonus model of Fi.

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Based on the characters’ appearance in Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy, these figures are sculpted in 1/6 scale and stand around 280 mm tall. As a pair they will cost ¥45,800 or $281.99, but also come with optional parts to depict them separately or holding hands, as well as a bonus figure of Fi the fairy. Alone they will cost ¥23,800 or $146.99, but come with less options. Orders from the Global store are expected to ship in February, 2025, while US store orders are expected in Quarter 3, 2025.

You can get a look at the Ryza and Klaudia: Chinese Dress ver. figures from Atelier Ryza in the gallery below:

This design of Ryza and Klaudia in their dresses also appeared in the Atelier Ryza Art Books that became available back in December, 2023. Wonderful Works also had its own take on a Ryza figure back in October, 2023, featuring her in a bright red dress.

The Atelier Ryza Ryza and Klaudia figures are available from the Good Smile Global and US stores. The duo figure is available here (US) and here (Global), Ryza on her own is available here (US) and here (Global), and Klaudia on her own is available here (US) and here (Global). The game Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy is available now on PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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Elliot is a staff writer from the mist-shrouded isle of Albion, and has been covering gaming news and reviews for about a year. When not playing RPGs and Strategy games, she is often found trying (and failing) to resist the urge to buy more little plastic spacemen.