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Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA - Illyasviel von Einzbern - KDcolle - 1/7 - Install: Berserker (Kadokawa)Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA - Illyasviel von Einzbern - KDcolle - 1/7 - Install: Berserker (Kadokawa)¥ Compra¥ Compra

Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA - Illyasviel von Einzbern - KDcolle - 1/7 - Install: Berserker (Kadokawa)
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1/7  H=200mm (7.8in, 1:1=1.4m)
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08/2022 Come Standard
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Available for pre-order @ Solaris Japan (¥18,629)

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I really hope they decide to do all the installs. Makes sense they’d choose her Berserker and Saber/Altria forms because of the movie, but if they did her Assassin install or the Caster one next, that would be awesome (Rider install would be fantastic too!)
My least favorite is her look as Lancer. That one looks meh imo, but the rest are nice.
Also hoping they do their own Lily Saber Illya figurine too
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I agree about the balance between ‘tough guy’ armor and ‘cute’ appearance. I’ve since been considering the inclusion of an otherwise needlessly large sword and how that serves to enhance the contrast of her comparatively diminutive stature, for me. There are no illusions she would be able to grasp the hilt of a weapon- oversized as this; she merely supports it. Yet irrespective of all this is the confidence of her ‘war-face’ coupled with her stance of forward momentum and the energy pooling where sword meets ground to give every indication it will come shortly up, over and smashing down, emphasizing what we’ve discussed to encapsulate in an instant an impossible inner strength of will in endearing packaging. This is steadily becoming my favorite figure in years.


I loved that, very well said.

If you’ll excuse the wall of text, I would also like to add that after looking more closely at her hand positioning and of course the leverage she is getting from the front rock, the swing of this ax-sword thing is very well thought out. Just as you said, she isn’t just grasping it, she is hoisting the thing above her head and will also be required to apply a rotational force to it, which leaves her legs to the task of moving the thing forward for the actual slice/complete-decimation of whatever is in front of her. She clearly uses that rock in the front to apply a force almost directly horizontally behind her. All this is to say that there was real thought put into how this boulder of a weapon was going to move. So just as you said, it serves to show how much internal power she must have in order to pull this off, and it isn’t in just some silly way like simply swinging a massive sword, but we are shown exactly what kind of forces she will have to be responsible for generating, and I can’t help but agree that this may also become one of my favorite figures just for the story it tells, with everything coming together to point to the fact that she is incredibly strong.

Oo
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Figma-Balls1 mese/i fa#103736938“Feral child” is a great way to put it, and I agree. When I saw her on AmiAmi, she gave me this impression of sort of a barbarian/viking warrior, having a shirtless look that almost compares to a typical masculine barbarian character, but with that little strip of covering where necessary. To me it strikes the perfect balance between bad ass and cute, and I also decided not to talk myself out of it. The contrast between anime girl cuteness and barbaric strength and grit is a really fun concept to me.
I admit it took me numerous edits to finally feel I’d put my finger on what it was I felt and wanted to say here regarding this figure. As such I appreciate your take and would like to build a bit further on my point by utilizing yours, if I may:

I agree about the balance between ‘tough guy’ armor and ‘cute’ appearance. I’ve since been considering the inclusion of an otherwise needlessly large sword and how that serves to enhance the contrast of her comparatively diminutive stature, for me. There are no illusions she would be able to grasp the hilt of a weapon- oversized as this; she merely supports it. Yet irrespective of all this is the confidence of her ‘war-face’ coupled with her stance of forward momentum and the energy pooling where sword meets ground to give every indication it will come shortly up, over and smashing down, emphasizing what we’ve discussed to encapsulate in an instant an impossible inner strength of will in endearing packaging. This is steadily becoming my favorite figure in years.
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Available for pre-order @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥20,198)

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About 188 USD | 171 EUR | 250 CAD
“Feral child” is a great way to put it, and I agree. When I saw her on AmiAmi, she gave me this impression of sort of a barbarian/viking warrior, having a shirtless look that almost compares to a typical masculine barbarian character, but with that little strip of covering where necessary. To me it strikes the perfect balance between bad ass and cute, and I also decided not to talk myself out of it. The contrast between anime girl cuteness and barbaric strength and grit is a really fun concept to me.

WAX2 mese/i fa#103531311I’m only indirectly familiar with the character, largely from perusing MFC, but the strong ‘feral child’ energy she brings with this figure puts me in mind of a few video game favorites: Ricotta from Ys VIII; Chrono Trigger’s Ayla with a hint of Marle in the hairstyle, more in the expression as when those wonderfully unfiltered emotions of hers suddenly focus on the enemies at hand (and friends beside); SamSho’s Cham Cham. Enough so that I may just forego actively talking myself out of ordering another figure as I normally do, nowadays. She can be a stand-in for the above mentioned that bafflingly still have little to no physical representation.
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