Guilty Gear Perfume

Sol Badguy and Ky Kiske Guilty Gear Strive Perfume Now Available

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New perfumes inspired by Sol Badguy and Ky Kiske from the Guilty Gear series are now available to purchase. Japanese retailer Fairytail Parfum has created scents inspired by the appearance of these characters in Guilty Gear Strive. Each perfume will cost ¥3,300 or roughly $30 and is currently available to purchase directly from the retailer. However, these items cannot ship internationally.

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The first perfume, inspired by Sol Badguy and his appearance in Guilty Gear Strive, is described as a scent that is inspired by “rugged masculinity.” Additionally, due to the character’s motif featuring fire, the scent is slightly smoky. The notes in this perfume include lemon, cinnamon bark, vanilla, cocoa, patchouli, musk, and sandalwood.

However, the perfume inspired by Ky Kiske has a lighter fragrance according to the retailer. This perfume is a lighter, floral scent in comparison to the Sol Badguy perfume. Additionally, the perfume features notes of lemon, bergamot, black tea, jasmine, rose, vanilla, and musk.

Each perfume will come with a unique box featuring artwork of its respective character. The box itself is designed to reflect the visual style of Guilty Gear Strive, and has unique character motifs on the side.

Previously, Fairytail Parfum created a unique scent for Vocaloid Hatsune Miku to celebrate her Snow Miku 2021 design. This perfume was released for a limited time and also featured a unique box and bottle.

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