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The Wind Waker Zelda Nendoroid Action Figure Wields the Triforce of Cuteness

by Lambert Varias
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Good Smile Company ensures that its Wind Waker Link Nendoroid won’t go alone by releasing a Nendoroid of the game’s version of Zelda, princess of Hyrule, leader of pirates, and mocker of Link.

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Zelda looks so pretty in her brightly colored dress and jewelry. She comes with several arm parts, three heads – smiling, winking and angry – and her trusty bow and light arrow. She also comes with a Mirror Shield and a Master Sword for the Wind Waker Link Nendoroid.

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You can pre-order the Wind Waker Zelda Nendoroid from Amiami for ~$35 (USD).

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