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The Guilty Gear Dizzy Nendoroid Also Includes Necro and Undine

Good Smile Company revealed when one of the most recognizable Guilty Gear characters’ newest figures will appear. The Guilty Gear Dizzy Nendoroid will launch in September 2021 in Japan and October 2021 in North America. She’ll cost ¥7,800/$74.99. Also, when you get her, you’re also getting posable Necro and Undine too.

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Dizzy offers different sorts of parts than normal Nendoroids, and it is because of her wings. People have two face plates for Dizzy. One lets her smile and the other makes her look a bit shocked. She also has two sets of wings. One is an ordinary pair that includes a black right wing and white left wing. Finally, there are the Necro and Undine wings. Each one of them also seems to have additional parts to make it look like they are attacking.

Here’s a peek at some of the poses that are possible with the figure.

While this is the first Guilty Gear Nendoroid, it isn’t Good Smile Company’s first figure based on the series. It immortalized a number of fighters as scale figures. For example, some of the more recent ones included Elphelt Valentine, Jack-O, Jam Kuradoberi, and Ramlethal.

It also means we could start seeing other WonHobby 32 figures soon. Dizzy’s painted prototype was shown off there in February 2021. Now, pre-orders for her and other ones who appeared, like the Demon Slayer Makomo and Sabato Nendoroids, are already open.

The Guilty Gear Dizzy Nendoroid pre-orders will be open until March 31, 2021, and it will ship to North America in October 2021.

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