Elden Ring Living Jar figures
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Elden Ring Living Jar Figures Will Spawn in Japan

Studio SO-TA has revealed that it will produce and sell miniature figures modeled after the numerous Living Jar creatures from Elden Ring. The figures will be available in two types: Capsule toys and Box toys.

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The collection will generally consist of five small Living Jar figures that stand at around 3 cm (~1.18 in) tall with removable lids. The figures will depict the Living Jars in various poses, and one of them will also be modeled after Soldjars of Fortune Ashes. The small sizes will make them posable with other miniature figures, such as the Nendoroids of the Vagabond and Ranni.

The box toy versions of the figures are immediately available for pre-orders for a limited time. People can opt to buy the regular set that may come with a random card and a rare miniature Exalted Flesh for ¥3,960 (~$24.60).

Studio SO-TA also offers a limited edition that includes an 8 cm (~3.15 in) tall Iron Fist Alexander figure at ¥7,500 (~$46.60). However, the studio is only able to accept orders from domestic addresses, as it cannot ship the items outside Japan.

The studio will also release capsule toy versions of the figures in November 2024. Once the items have appeared in Gashapon machines, people will be able to spend 500 yen to get one of the five small figures at random.

The Elden Ring Living Jar figures will be available in November 2024. Studio SO-TA will close the pre-order window for the Box toy versions on July 23, 2024.

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