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Five Fate/Grand Order Figures Shown at WonHobby G 2022

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During WonHobby G Spring 2022, Good Smile Company unveiled upcoming figures of characters from Fate/Grand Order and related works. They are in various stages of development, which allow for an estimate as to the order they will come out. So far, there is no information on how much they will cost or when to expect them.

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The first Nendoroid is one of Chloe von Einzbern. Though she does appear in Fate/Grand Order as a playable character, Good Smile Company will release her under the Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya name. The unpainted prototype shows her with a big smile and blushy cheeks, and she is holding one of her swords.

The next Nendoroid is one of Cu Chulainn as he appears in Fate/Grand Order. He is holding the Gae Bolg, which will be one of the optional parts that he will come with. Cu Chulainn will look like he does in his first ascension.

The final upcoming Nendoroid is that of Oberon, or Pretender. As of the time of writing, Oberon is not in the English version of the game, as he appears in the sixth Lostbelt. There is no prototype for Oberon yet, but it seems that he will look like he does in his second ascension.

There will also be two scale figures for Mash and Artoria, who are the heroines of Fate/Grand Order and Fate/stay night respectively. They are both wearing their “under the same sky” 5th anniversary outfits. Mash has a white-and-blue layered dress, with one hand outstretched behind her. Meanwhile, Artoria is wearing a white dress under her blue cape. She is also holding the Excalibur, which she planted into the ground.

Good Smile Company will release the Fate/Grand Order figures and Nendoroids in the near future.

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