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Welcome to my collection of various figures from across the Final Fantasy series! Here is the brief directory of things you will find here! Click to go straight to a section. (It might be best to wait a few seconds for all the pictures to load, though!)

VII/Advent Children/Crisis Core

VIII

IX

X/X2

XI

XII

XIII




Final Fantasy VII/Advent Children
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Cloud

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

First-run. Not the version with the Fenrir motorcycle.
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Sephiroth

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

First-run.
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Vincent

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

First-run.
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Tifa

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

First-run.
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Reno

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

Reno was my favourite FF7 character way back when played the original game back in '97 (i.e. back when he was less goof, more Turk, and before they made him 'cool' with Advent Children haha), and I think I must have almost blown something when they announced this figure, especially since I'd been hoping hard since the first wave of AC figures came out for one of Reno, despite not actually thinking they would.

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Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:AC # : Red XIII with Cait Sith

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

First-run. An absolutely awesome figure, and one I never really expected, either!

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FF7 10th Anniversary Potion Trading Arts Mini: Reno & Rude

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 4.5"

Came with a collectable can of 'Potion'. (I drank it all and it was very nice! All my HP was healed!)

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Kotobukiya Play-Arts FF7:CC #1: Zack Fair

Year: 2009
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

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FF7 10th Anniversary Potion Art Can: 'Before Crisis'

Year: 200?
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production.
Size:

One of 8 different collectable cans that each came with a trading figure. The 'Potion' was a lightweight energy drink that tasted a little like Red Bull. It was very nice.


Final Fantasy VIII
Kotobukiya Final Fantasy VIII Figure Series #5: Laguna Loire

Year: 1999
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production. Very rare.
Size: ???"

Oh-ho yes. I had been wanting this figure for years. Laguna was my favourite character from VIII (followed very closely by Irvine) and I'd wanted this statue since forever, but I could never justify spending nearly $150 for it, which is what it tended to be on ebay for before shipping, much like the FFX Lulu that my friend dearly wanted in much the same way (which Dirtiran and I also eventually found for him, too!). But I spotted this for an excellent deal and snapped it right up.

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Bandai FFVIII Extra Soldier Series: Laguna Loire

Year: 1999
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 6"

Kotobukiya ArtFX Guardian Force: Cerberus with Angelo

Year: 1999
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

This is the solid version of the figure, and comes with a figure of Rinoa's dog Angelo. It also came with a piece of the airship Ragnarok which I am trying to assemble and failing miserably.

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Kotobukiya ArtFX TOYFAIR Exclusive: Tiamat

Year: ????
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

This is the Toyfair exclusive 'Bahamut repaint'. It is Tiamat, one of the mini-bosses fought in Ultimecia's Castle at the end of the game. This figure didn't come with a stand (the one she's on is a Play-Arts stand kindly loaned to her by one of my other figures haa), but was unexpectedly gifted to me by the extremely kind Katie and Rah.

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FFIX Kotobukiya Master Creatures - Phoenix

Year: 2009
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

This figure caused me a lot of confusion. See, on the packaging it says it is Phoenix from FFIX, but it kinda sorta looks an awful lot more like Phoenix from FFVIII. Even then it's not completely there, since the gorgeous FFVIII Phoenix looks very much like a bird, whereas this model looks more like a bird-dragon. So despite the packaging specifying this Phoenix as IX, and the model not quite looking like VIII, I'm putting this Phoenix in with the rest of the 8 stuff.
Ultimately, the figure is quite pretty despite the odd labelling and the fact that it looks disappointingly dissimilar from the VIII Phoenix (and hardly because it claims to be IX; it looks even less like that one!). Thanks to some nice translucency, at just the right angle it lights up really nicely. Still, compared to some of the other Master Creatures models, Phoenix is a little on the lacklustre side for a figure I had pretty high hopes for and I'm glad I got it on sale.

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Final Fantasy IX
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FFIX #1: Zidane Tribal

Year: ????
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

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Final Fantasy X/X2
FFX-2 Kotobukiya ArtFX 'Heretic Bahamut'

Year: ????
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

When the original FFX Bahamut was still in production I was sadly too poor to buy one before they became scarce and expensive. And then the Heretic version appeared to coincide with FFX-2, and I was thrilled (I always did like the Heretic Bahamut's colourscheme more). This figure is incredible for its detail and articulation. It's also extremely heavy.


Final Fantasy XI
FFXI Miniature Carbunkle Plush

Year: ????
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size:

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Final Fantasy XII
Kotobukiya Play-Arts FFXII # : Balthier

Year: 2007
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"




Final Fantasy XIII
Kotobukiya Play-Arts KAI FFXIII # : Hope

Year: 2010
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

The Kai series of Playarts figuresuse a different joint system to older figures which tends to make them less stiff and more effectively poseable. XIII is the first series to use this new method.
Kotobukiya Play-Arts KAI FFXIII # : Fang

Year: 2010
Origin: Japan
Availability: Out of production
Size: 8"

The Kai series of Playarts figuresuse a different joint system to older figures which tends to make them less stiff and more effectively poseable. XIII is the first series to use this new method.

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