Like most all Nendoroids, Link will stand a little less than 4″ tall and come with enough swappable parts to fill an inventory screen. Link’s Hero sword (and a sword-swinging effect piece), Hero’s shield, a heart container, and the game’s Wind Waker baton will all be present and accounted for in the figure’s box, plus a clear base to pose everything on. Of course, the figure will come packed with plenty of facial expression parts as well, including a smiling expression, a more fierce combat expression and a funny nervous expression. There’s no massive King of Red Lions ship accessory, however, so fans will have to simply build their own.
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With no new The Legend of Zelda game in sight on the Wii U just yet, Skyward Sword fans have had to content themselves with things like Dark Horse’s Hyrule Historia, Figma’s Link action figure and the timeless LoZ manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. Another awesome void-filler is apparently on the way in November, too, with MediCom unveiling a Skyward Swordversion of Link as part of its 12” Real Action Heroes posable figure line. Like all RAH figures, Link comes outfitted in swappable armor and clothing, plus interchangeable facial accessories and a bunch of weapons including his True Master Sword, Hylian Shield, Tough Beetle and Sacred Bow. The RAH Link is expected to retail for about ¥20,790 in Japan, so US fans should expect to shell out around $220+ when it arrives on preorder sites.