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This Link and Epona figure will cost you a lot


3:00 AM on 09.22.2011
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First 4 Figures next figure is going to be quite pricey according to sister site Tomopop. The Link and Epona figure is currently up for pre-orders and will come in two flavors. The standard edition will run for $424.99 while the exclusive version will run for $449.99.

The Link riding Epona figure comes in at 17" tall, 16" long and is limited to just 1500 pieces for the standard and 500 pieces for the exclusive. So the crazy price makes some sense now.

The statue is part of the Twilight Princess "Master Arts" line and you can pre-order these now before you they are all gone and you regret the rest of your existence.

First 4 Figures shows off their Link and Epona, probably worth every rupee [Tomopop]






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