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The Final Fantasy Play Arts Action Figures are a series of poseable figurines standing at an average of 7 to 9 inches depending on the character. Each figurine is designed around a Final Fantasy character, their likeness intending to match the character's likeness in the game. Some characters come with props such as weapons or vehicles as well as additional hands, feet, heads in order to better costumize the figurine into a pose of the buyer's choosing.
Each figurine comes with an average of 20 articulation points.

The Final Fantasy XIII action figure line was released under the new Final Fantasy Play Arts Kai label, possessing improved articulation, more accessories, slightly larger sizes, and higher prices than regular Final Fantasy Play Arts Action Figures.

Contents

Series

Final Fantasy VII

Volume 1

Initial release date: December 2007 (Japan)

The design of the Buster Sword is that from the original artwork rather than the updated design from the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.


Deluxe Set


Volume 2

Initial release date: June 2008 (Japan)


Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

Volume 1

Initial release date: August 2005 (Japan)

  • Tifa Lockhart - includes extra pair of bare hands, and display stand
  • Vincent Valentine - includes Cerberus gun, extra hand, and display stand
  • Sephiroth - includes two pairs of extra hands, Masamune, and display stand
  • Cloud Strife - same headsculpt as the U.S. Cloud and Fenrir, includes extra hand, Fusion Sword (completed), and display stand


Deluxe Sets
  • Cloud Strife with Fenrir (Advent Pieces Exclusive) - includes extra hand equipped with First Tsurugi (incomplete form), and display stand
  • Cloud Strife with Fenrir (U.S. Version) - improved headsculpt, includes extra hand, First Tsurugi (completed form), and display stand


Volume 2

Initial release date: October 2007 (Japan)

  • Yuffie Kisaragi - includes extra pair of open hands, Shuriken, and display stand
  • Reno - includes extra pair of hands, Rod, and display stand
  • Kadaj - includes Souba, three extra hands, and display stand


Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Volume 1
Initial release date: January 2009 (Japan)
  • Zack Fair (SOLDIER First-Class) - includes Buster Sword, extra hand, and display stand.
  • Cloud Strife (Shinra infantryman outfit) - includes extra head (with helmet), rifle, tonfa, extra hands, and display stand.
  • Aerith Gainsborough (sleeveless white shirt and blue gradient skirt) - includes flower basket, and extra hands.


Final Fantasy VIII

Initial release date: April 2006 (Japan)


Final Fantasy IX

Initial release date: August 2009 (Japan)

  • Zidane Tribal - includes Mage Masher, Orichalcon, extra hands, and display stand
  • Garnet til Alexandros XVII - includes Rod, extra hands, and display stand
  • Vivi - includes Mage Staff, extra hands, and display stand


Final Fantasy X

Initial release date: June 2006 (Japan)

  • Tidus - includes Brotherhood, extra hands, and display stand
  • Yuna (Summoner outfit) - includes staff, extra hands, and display stand
  • Auron - includes extra bare left arm, dangling sleeve, Katana, and display stand


Final Fantasy X-2

Initial Release date: May 2003 (Japan)


Final Fantasy XII

Initial release date: February 2007 (Japan)

  • Vaan - includes extra pair of open hands, Sword of Kings, and display stand
  • Ashe - includes extra pair of open hands, Treaty Blade, and display stand
  • Balthier - includes extra pair of open hands, Betelgeuse gun, and display stand
  • Judge Magister Gabranth - includes extra pair of open hands, Chaos Blade and Highway Star (can be combined into one), and display stand


Final Fantasy XIII

Volume 1

Initial release date: December 2009 (Japan)


Volume 2

Initial release date: May 2010 (North America)


Deluxe Sets
  • Shiva Bike - features Styria and Nyx that transforms into Shiva Bike Gestalt mode
  • Odin - includes two swords and shield. transforms into steed Gestalt mode


Other Play Arts Series featuring Final Fantasy Characters

Kingdom Hearts Volume 2

Initial release date: April 2009


Accessories

Play Arts Arms

In response to an overwhelming demand from fans, a supplemental set of weapons for the PLAY ARTS action figures were created.

Final Fantasy VII


Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy X Set


Final Fantasy XII


Other Accessories

Advent Pieces Cloud Strife Extra Parts

Shortly after the U.S. release of Advent Children Play Arts Volume 1, extra parts were released in Japan for those who purchased the exclusive Cloud and Fenrir included in the Advent Pieces set. Included in the set were: an extra head (with the U.S. version's superior sculpt), Fusion Sword (U.S. version), and an extra right hand to hold the sword.

External links


This article uses material from the "Final Fantasy Play Arts Action Figures" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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