Final Fantasy XIV FFXIV Alphinaud and Alisaie Dollfie Dream Sister dolls
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FFXIV Alphinaud and Alisaie Dolls Pre-Orders Open

Volks opened pre-orders for its upcoming Dollfie Dream Sister dolls of Alphinaud and Alisaie from Final Fantasy XIV. The dolls are available to order from not only Japan but also the US and other select countries and regions.

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People residing in the US can place their orders on the Volks USA website. Alphinaud’s doll will cost $880, while Alisaie will cost slightly less at $820. (As a side note, the dolls originally cost ¥118,800 and ¥110,000 respectively in Japan.) Volks added that the dolls may also be available to order via DD friend shops throughout Asia, as well as the UK and France.

Volks did not provide the full dimensions for each doll, but it did note that it will focus on the dolls’ attires and heads. There will be even more attention to detail for the latter, as the company will produce a unique wig and head for each character.

Here are the sample images of the dolls:

Alphinaud and Alisaie appeared in Final Fantasy XIV, the MMORPG that is available to play on the PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X. Square Enix is preparing to release its new Dawntrail expansion on July 2, 2024.

Volks will close the pre-order period for the Final Fantasy XIV Dollfie Dream Sister dolls of Alphinaud and Alisaie on August 12, 2024. The dolls will be completely made to order, so the company will not entertain any more orders after the window has closed. It will deliver the finished dolls in Japan in August 2025 and in the US in November 2025.

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