See the Record of Lodoss War Deedlit Nendoroid
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See the Record of Lodoss War Deedlit Nendoroid

While many of the Good Smile Company Smile Fest 2024 announcements so far consisted of reveals, but no prototypes, a few painted ones did appear. For example, we now know how the Record of Lodoss War Deedlit Nendoroid will look, thanks to an announcement from the event. 

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As the Record of Lodoss War Deedlit Nendoroid is already fully painted, there’s a good chance we could see pre-orders open for her in the next few weeks. The prototype figure showed her with a smiling expression. She also comes armed with her rapier. However, in the example photo it is in its sheath. The figure also features her wearing her cape, though it is unknown if that will be removable in the final product.

Here’s the latest prototype photo of Deedlit:

This is Good Smile Company’s second recent Deedlit figure. It also announced a PLAMAX plastic model of the character. That shipped out in April 2024.

In the meantime, it wasn’t that long ago that we got to see her star in a new Record of Lodoss War game. Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth is on the Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. It was a platformer with some light Metroidvania elements. It followed the elven warrior as she found herself trapped in a labyrinth, occasionally encountering shades of former allies along the way.

The Record of Lodoss War Deedlit Nendoroid is in development. The anime is available to stream on Crunchyroll.

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