Re:Zero Emilia and Ram Figures Also Hold Themselves as Children

Re:Zero Emilia and Ram Figures Also Hold Themselves as Children

Good Smile Company announced it will be selling the Sega S-Fire Re:Zero Emilia and Ram figures. Both are a part of a line that involves characters from the series carrying versions of themselves as children. Both are apparently heading to Japan in October 2023. They’ll then show up in North America in Q4 2023. Each one will be ¥22,000/$154.99.

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Both Emilia and Ram are 1/7th scale figures. Emilia is slightly taller, as she’s about 240mm, which is about 9 and a half inches. Ram stands at 230mm, and that makes her about nine inches tall. Each one features outfits inspired by their adult selves in the series for the older versions of the character, while the child versions of Emilia and Ram wear outfits they’d worn as kids in Re:Zero.

Here’s a closer look at the Emilias.

And this is how the two versions of Ram look.

These are the second and third Re:Zero figures in this series, as Rem appeared ahead of Emilia and Ram. She’ll also appear in stores ahead of both. She’s expected to show up in Japan in September 2023 and North America in November 2023.

As a reminder, another Re:Zero game is in the works. Re:Zero Witch’s Re:surrection is in development and will appear on mobile devices in Japan. In case you missed it, here’s the first trailer for it.

The Re:Zero Emilia and Ram figures will come to Japan in October 2023 and the US in Q4 2023. Pre-orders are open until May 18, 2023.

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