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Fate/Grand Order Getting Romani Archaman Figure by Good Smile Company

Fate/Grand Order Romani Archaman Figure

Fate/Grand Order Getting Romani Archaman Figure by Good Smile Company

The ultra-popular Fate/Grand Order mobile game continues generating new figures, and this time around it’s Good Smile Company to introduce the next one.

Good Smile’s Orange Rouge brand is dedicated exclusively to husbandos (I.E. male figures), and they made Romani “Dr. Roman” Archaman available for pre-order today.

You can reserve your copy on several Japanese retailers, including Ami Ami, priced at 11,600 yen, which translates approximately to $107.

Here’s an official description:

“From the popular smartphone game “Fate/Grand Order” comes a scale figure of the head of Chaldea’s medical department, Romani Archaman, also known as Dr. Roman! He’s been sculpted in an original pose as though greeting the Master.

He holds out a coffee mug with a gentle smile on his face, as though showing his appreciation for the Master’s efforts. From the detailed gradation of his soft-looking hair to the careful sculpting of his coat, Romani is perfect to look at from any angle. Interchangeable left hand parts are included to display him with an outstretched hand. Be sure to add him to your collection!”

He is sculpted by Nanako Max Factory and made in the usual mix of PVC and ABS in 1/8 scale, resulting in approximately 230 mm in height.

The release window is February 2020.

Speaking of Good Smile Company, you can also read our interview in which they describe how Ann Takamaki from Persona 5 was turned into an adorable Nendoroid.

If you’d like to see more figures from Fate/Grand Order, you can check out Merlin by ALTAiRMiyamoto Musashi figma by Max FactoryMysterious Heroine X Figure by Kotobukiya, Scathach bunny figure by Alter, Artoria Pendragon figure in her Heroic Spirit formal dress, Elizabeth Bathory Brave Version Figure by quesQ, and Ozymandias figure from MegaHouse.

The game has recently passed six million downloads for its western release in English, which is a testament of its popularity even outside of Japan.

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