Undertale Undyne Nendoroid

Undertale Undyne Nendoroid is Open for Pre-order

Good Smile Company has opened pre-orders for the Undertale Undyne Nendoroid. The Nendoroid comes with the character’s harpoon and a fish-shaped mug, as well as several faceplates. Pre-orders will close on September 28, 2022, and the Nendoroid will cost $39.99. It will ship sometime in May 2023.

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Undyne is one of several main characters that appear in the 2D RPG Undertale. She is an anthropomorphic fish and the leader of the Royal Guard. She typically appears wearing a suit of plate armor and an eye patch. She also wields a harpoon.

Her Nendoroid recreates much of those same features. While it does not seem to include her plate armor helmet, she does come with several optional bonus items. It also appears that you can change the angle of the character’s ponytail. Additionally, pre-orders will include a special backdrop.

In addition to her two “standard” and “laughing” faceplates, Undyne can also hold her harpoon. Furthermore, it also comes with a holdable fish-shaped mug. The “memorable water-drinking scene” that Good Smile Company mentions is likely a reference to when the player can choose to give her a cup of water in the Hotlands.

Previously, Good Smile Company also released two Nendoroid figures of Sans and Papyrus. Undyne is the third and last currently-confirmed character from Undertale to get a Nendoroid. It’s unclear if Good Smile Company will produce more figures of other characters from the series.

The Undertale Undyne Nendoroid is available for pre-order on the Good Smile Company website. The Nendoroid will cost $39.99, and ship sometime in May 2023. Pre-orders will close on September 28, 2022.


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