Sample thumbnail of Rean Schwarzer Dakimakura from Trails of Cold Steel

Rean Schwarzer Dakimakura Cover Sample Image Published

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An official sample image of Trails of Cold Steel‘s Rean Schwarzer dakimakura cover appeared on Twitter. Fuji Dakimakura, the store selling the exclusive body pillow cover, published the sample on its own account. The finished product will have the same illustration without the sample overlay.

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The dakimakura cover will feature Rean in his attires from the second and third titles in the Trails of Cold Steel tetralogy. Nihon Falcom had supervised the illustration to make sure that it accurately depicts the series protagonist. In both versions, he will lie on a bed without wearing any footwear. His older version will also show the scar on his chest.

You can view the full sample image of Rean Schwarzer’s dakimakura cover by clicking the thumbnail below:

Fuji Dakimakura opened pre-orders for Rean’s body pillow cover on April 1, 2022. It will close the pre-order window on May 9, 2022. It will produce the dakimakura covers based on the total number of orders received and ship them inside Japan in June 2022.

In the same tweet, the store warned that it would not hold another pre-order session for this item in the future. The manufacturer had previously made body pillow covers based on Ys VIII characters like Adol Christin and Dana Iclucia. The earlier products are no longer on sale.

Rean Schwarzer is the protagonist of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, a series of four RPG titles from Nihon Falcom available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. An anime adaptation of the series will appear in 2022.


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