From Square Enix. Among Final Fantasy fans, the summoned beasts are some of the most impressive characters in the game, and with Square Enix's Creatures Bringing Arts line some of these creatures are brought to life under the supervision of Takaya Takayuki. The first in the line is none other than Bahamut, the Dragon King, who appears in nearly every game! In addition to his majestic appearance and impressive size, his wings, made of clear material, even feel divine. From the face to the details of the limbs, as well as delicate shapes and delicate gradations are painted in color, the Bahamut figure almost feels like a living thing. With an 18 wingspan and standing nearly 10 tall, this Bahamut figure makes an imposing sight when posed on its base, affixed to the pedestal that simulates the crystal.
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FINAL FANTASY BAHAMUT ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐REALLY nice addition to my Final Fantasy shelf. Was a little tricky getting it set up correctly (as you have to mount its talons and wings between the crystals. But, once it was up, I was very happy with this statue.
Date published: 2019-11-22
Rated 5 out of
Great piece to have.I love it, I would suggest this item to any final fantasy fan to have in their collection. Only thing I would change is to give him an actual base but other then that totally worth it.
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 3 out of
Not worth the costFor as expensive an item this is, it has some big issues in my opinion. For starters, when I opened it, the upper and lower torso were not together, and they seem to never quite go together right (I fear breaking something with the kinds of force it seems to need when aiming to "pop it in place"). There seems to be no "proper way" to attach the figure to the crystal base. It seems you just wedge him in there and hope it stays. The joints that allow for the articulation are inconsistent, some hold much better than others. Lastly, my crystal base piece came in 2 pieces, where it looks like some glue was once there intending to hold it all together had given in (before I opened it) so now they loosely rest together at a weak puzzle piece like section. Now that it is up, I am terrified to touch it again. Over all it does look cool, but it seems extremely cheaply produced. The only reason it wasn't returned was that I grabbed it during Gamestop's member day sale thing, at a huge discount, and at the discounted price it is acceptable.