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Merchandise: “Fire Emblem Armory Collection” Continues into Late 2021

The Fire Emblem Armory Collection, which started in 2019, is adding some new products, all scheduled to release before the end of 2021.

Firstly, there will be two “Fire Emblem Armory Collection Mini” sets, similar to the Three Houses set available via FE Expo II (and which can still be purchased via IS’s web store).

One of them will feature the divine weapons wielded by Sigurd, Quan and Eldigan from Genealogy of the Holy War: the divine Tyrfing, earthly Gae Bolg and dark Mystletainn.

It’ll be releasing on September 2021, priced at 4,400 Yen (including tax), and is now available to pre-order.

The other will feature the ultimate weapons wielded by Lyn, Eliwood and Hector from Blazing Blade: the Sol Katti, Durandal and Armads. If you don’t recognise the Sol Katti, the one in FE Heroes is based on its Awakening incarnation.

It’ll be released on October 2021, also priced at 4,400 Yen (with tax).

Specifications (both)

  • Length: Approx 65 mm
  • Box: Approx 220 x 90 x 20 mm
  • Materials: Zinc alloy body and stainless steel/copper parts

Last but not least, the Fire Emblem from Awakening will be released as part of the “Fire Emblem Armory Collection” (not mini) on November 2021, again priced at 4,400 Yen (with tax).

It’ll be joining the Fire Emblem (Binding Shield) from Mystery of the Emblem, which was exclusively given to SS ticket holders for the first FE Expo (and the predecessor of the Armory Collection).

Specifications

  • Size: Approx 48 x 59 mm
  • Box: Approx 90 x 90 x 20 mm
  • Materials: Zinc alloy body and stainless steel/copper parts

Marth scale figure releases July 2022, may be the last (for now?)


Marth launches alongside Ike for a twofold summer of Fire Emblem merchandise, next year.

As recently announced, a scale figure of Marth from the Fire Emblem series will be produced as a collectible 1/7 scale figure, and we’ve got the latest on what there is to know.

Here’s a formal introduction to the figure, as provided by Good Smile Company:

“Okay, everyone, let’s go!”

From the Fire Emblem series comes the third figure in a new series of figures made by the developer of the series, INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS!

From the first Fire Emblem game “Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light” comes a 1/7th scale figure of the protagonist, Marth! Based on a special illustration by Daisuke Izuka, character designer of “Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem”, the figure features Marth in a dignified pose leading his army and inspiring his allies. The Hero-King’s gallant appearance has been brought to life in stunning detail. Be sure to add him to your collection!

Taken from the above wording, this Marth figure is nominally based on Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light, though his Binding Shield also comes from Mystery of the Emblem.

The Marth scale figure is scheduled for a release in July 2022 at a suggested price of ¥20,900. Pre-orders for it are open on the Fire Emblem Online Shop now until October 27, 2021, and will be available to purchase at other vendors.

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Scale figure of Fire Emblem’s Marth revealed at WonHobby 33!

The Marth scale figure is real and it is glorious.

Last time in our update to the new line of official Fire Emblem scale figures by series developer Intelligent Systems, we learned of a teaser to an upcoming third collectible with just a silhouette teaser image to go by, knowing that we’d expect characters old and new.

We placed our bets on who this was going to be, and now the reveal proves us true: the third 1/7 scale figure will be based on Marth!

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Fire Emblem scale figure update: Teaser for the next figure, most likely Marth

Is that the Hero-King himself?

In a newly published blog update on series official site Fire Emblem World, the merchandise management team at Intelligent Systems shares an introduction to their new lineup of scale figures, which is kicking off with Lyn in 2021 and Ike in 2022.

As noted the other day, it already appears there are plans for even more scale figures later down the line, and the blog post drops a silhouette teaser to confirm: of which we strongly believe to be Marth.

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