Back in 2016, Good Smile Company released one of their very first Fire Emblem nendoroids–of the original Lord, Marth himself. If you missed your chance, you’re in luck as GSC have announced a re-release!
The nendoroid figure, which is based on Marth’s appearance from New Mystery of the Emblem
(his last appearance as a main character), is available to pre-order now and is scheduled to release during November 2019
For additional info and pictures, please check out the product page on GSC’s website. If that’s still not enough for you, Kahotan from GSC wrote an in-depth review (with lots and lots of pictures) on their blog back in 2016.
Recently, Nintendo and retailers announced some new Fire Emblem merchandise releasing in Japan soon.
Fire Emblem Heroes Acrylic Smartphone Stands – 1,500 Yen each (plus tax)
First up is a set of three acrylic stands that you can use to prop up your phone, releasing some time in July 2019. They all measure 13 x 8.4 cm. There are three designs that you can choose from:
Here are some pictures of the phone stands being used. The included mini acrylic figures are the same size as the individual ones you can buy, but they face left. What you can do is place a pair of left and right-facing figures together to recreate some cute scenes!
(Link to publisher’s website / Link to Twitter)
Fire Emblem Armory Collection #1 Exalted Falchion – 3,700 Yen (plus tax)
Revealed at the Fire Emblem Expo back in May, the first wave of the Armory Collection will be arriving during late July 2019, featuring the Exalted Falchion wielded by Marth, the Hero-King himself.
The Falchion itself measures 190 mm, while the box that houses it is 90 x 220 x 20 mm. The main body is made of zinc alloy, while some of the parts use stainless steel and copper.
Back in April, the Fire Emblem Cipher team shared most of the details for the upcoming Fire Emblem Cipher Festival 2019 events, to be held in Japan during June. Recently, they updated their webpage with a few more details.
Firstly, the merchandise listing has been expanded, beyond the single picture and simple list from before. There are now better pictures of all the products, plus a proper look at the crazy expensive A3 acrylic card. You can find the information in English further down this article.
Additionally, by popular demand, the Thracia 776 art exhibition that featured at Fire Emblem Expo earlier this month will be making a comeback at the Cipher Festival events. The exhibition showcased all the known official artworks plus some artwork from the ending sequence.
Today, the Fire Emblem Expo event was held in Japan. For those who missed the news earlier, this was a fan event with various fun activities like a live concert, stage drama and the chance to bag some exclusive merchandise.
If you were expecting some big news from the event, well, I’m not sure what to tell you. But there was a nice surprise for fans who attended, as two new lines of merchandise releasing later this year were shown on display.
San-ei Character Plush
San-ei, who are renowned for producing quality plush toys for various Nintendo properties (such as Super Mario and Pokémon), will be selling plush versions of Marth, Roy, Ike, Lucina and female Corrin from late July.
Fire Emblem Armory Collection
I dunno about you, but the Fire Emblem series has some pretty cool weapons. At some point in 2019, fans can own miniature versions of Marth’s Falchion, Roy’s Binding Blade, Ike’s Ragnell, Chrom’s Sealed Falchion and (female) Corrin’s Yato.