New Blue Archive Plush of Characters and Aru Nendoroid Revealed
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New Blue Archive Plush of Characters and Aru Nendoroid Revealed

Good Smile Company revealed its latest Blue Archive Chocopuni plush toys of Ako, Chinatsu, Hina, and Iori, as well as its Aru Nendoroid. The Nendoroid will come to Japan in October 2024 and the west in Q1 2025, while the stuffed dolls will show up in Japan in November 2024 and the west in Q2 2025.

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The Aru Nendoroid comes with three face plates, as usual, along with a weapon the character uses in Blue Archive. She has a neutral smiling face, one in which she is laughing and blushing, and a third shocked one. She can also wield her sniper rifle. She costs $45.99 in the US storefront and ¥7,400 in the global one.

Here’s a closer look at the figure:

As for the Blue Archive plush dolls of Ako, Chinatsu, Hina, and Iori, they are about six and a half inches tall like all characters in the Chocopuni line. Each one is made of cotton and can be sat on a counter. They are $30.99 each from the US storefront and ¥4,950 in the global one. 

Here’s how those look:

The Blue Archive Aru Nendoroid launches in Japan in October 2024 and North America in Q1 2025. Pre-orders for the figure close on June 12, 2024. The Ako, Chinatsu, Hina, and Iori Chocopuni Blue Archive plush toys launch in Japan in November 2024 and worldwide in Q2 2025. Those pre-orders close on June 5, 2024. The game is available on mobile devices. The anime series is airing in Japan.


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