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Call of Duty Ghosts Riley Figurine: Such Sculpture

by Lambert Varias

Etsy shop BabbitsBoutique is selling this awesome handmade figurine of Riley, the fictional German Shepherd more famously known as the Call of Duty: Ghosts dog. He looks kind of harmless here though. He doesn’t exactly look like the sort of animal who can take down a helicopter. Not that any animal looks like that.

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The shop says the figurine is 5″ high and was “[s]culpted from Super Sculpey polymer clay over a wire armature for durability, painted with acrylics, and sprayed with a matte sealer for protection.”

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The figurine was handmade, and I don’t know if BabbitsBoutique will make more of them. So it’s time to work, Ghosts squad. Jump and shoot your way to Etsy and order Riley for $150 (USD).

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