The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Ganondorf rnrn"Gods! Hear that which I desire! Expose this land to the rays of the sun once more! Let them burn forth! Give Hyrule to me!"rnrnFirst 4 Figures is proud to introduce Ganondorf, headlining a new series of statues based on The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.rnrnAfter spending an age sealed within the Sacred Realm, Ganondorf managed to escape and return to Hyrule, intent on claiming his place as ruler. Although the Gods flooded Hyrule to prevent him from carrying out his evil plan, Hyrule was without a hero and Ganondorf continued his search for the Triforce. Eventually, a young boy by the name of Link was named as the Hero of Winds and the two battled for the fate of Hyrule.rnrnDraped in his long black and red robes, brandishing two blades and with a scornful grin across his face, this is Ganondorf exactly as you remember him from The Wind Waker. His powerful figure has been immortalized in high quality polystone resin, where he stands at 15 inch to the top of his sword. The base of the statue has been made to resemble his tower from the final fight in the game with water pouring over the patterned stone floor. rnrnComes in deluxe full color packaging, hand numbered base, and includes an Authenticity Card which allows you to purchase the same number of the model next in the The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker series.rnrnThis is the first in the Wind Waker series so all low numbers are given on a first come first served basis so pre-order as soon as you can in order to secure those low numbers!
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Dimensions 15 inches tall Artist Todor Kolev Stock in Americas In Stock Stock in Europe In Stock Stock in Asia/AUS Sold Out Limited worldwide to (pieces) 1000 Deposit $20.00
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Pretty awesome overall!
Overall this thing is amazing! Quality, color, and even shipping packaging was fantastic. I only have 2 complaints but they are small (hence the 4 star). I wish the swords were a little more tight fitting when placed in his hands. It turns into a balancing act to get them to stay how you want them exactly and the left hand sword slides down so he's holding it a little low. The second is the ribbon/strings that are on the end of the swords are a bit long and don't flow as nicely as the image shows.
Small things that in the end I doubt anyone will notice but myself. Overall I'm super happy with this piece and would tell my friends with too much money to go buy their own!
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