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Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal Gagaga Girl Figure Pre-orders Opened

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A famed monster from Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal is joining the ranks of figures based on the series. FuRyu announced that pre-orders have opened for its Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal Gagaga Girl 1/7th scale figure. Interested buyers can visit the FuRyu Hobby Mall and F:NEX storefronts to place a pre-order. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The Gagaga Girl figure is based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! monster of the same name. Part of the “Gagaga” series of cards, the Gagaga Girl is derived from the iconic Dark Magician Girl monster. She appears as part of deck used by Yuma Tsukumo, protagonist of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal anime and manga series.

The figure itself stands 265mm tall (about 10.5″ inches) and s made of PVC. Pre-orders cost 28,600 Yen (about $210 USD), with an expected delivery date of November 2023.

The figure replicates the character design seen in the anime and on the card art. Unlike the Dark Magician girl she’s based on, though, she carries a cellphone instead of a magical staff. The phone also has a large chain-like phone strap and trails twin skulls. The sculpting also evokes her floating ribbon sash. There are even effect parts to reproduce the magical circle visuals on her card art.

In the official card game, the Gagaga Girl works in conjunction with Xyz summoning and other Gagaga series cards. In particular, she forms a combo with her mentor, the Gagaga Magician. When on the field she can match her level the Gagaga Magician’s own. She can also perform Xyz summons and use them to drain the attack power of an opponent’s monsters.

The FuRyu Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Gagaga Girl figure is available for pre-order in Japan. Fans who buy a new issue of V Jump can also score a newly remade card for their decks.

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