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Nioh Statue 1/4 William 44 cm

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Prime 1 Studio is proud to present 1/4 Scale PMNO-01: William from NIOH.

the 3rd quarter of 2022
€699.00 Tax included
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Features :
Reference
P1SPMNO-01
EAN
4562471906329
State
In preorder
Product types
Statue
Made of
Resin
Scale
1/4
Description

Prime 1 Studio is proud to present 1/4 Scale PMNO-01: William from NIOH. William is the main protagonist of Nioh, growing up in a remote Irish village, he meets a guardian spirit called Saoirse who was born from human prayers. His guardian spirit saved him from death and now prevents him from dying and gifted him with the ability to see the normally invisible spirits. William Adams is an English navigator who served under the Tokugawa regime after being shipwrecked in Japan. He helped propagate trading throughout the country and became one of the few known foreign samurai.

The Polystone statue measures approximately 44 x 49 x 43 cm.