Pokémon 1/20 Figures to be Released as Part of ‘Pokémon Scale World Galar Region’ Collection

21.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME

A new series of 1/20 size Pokémon figures are set to be released featuring Pokémon from Pokémon Sword and Shield. The series includes the “Pokémon Scale World Galar Region,” “Pokémon Scale World Galar Region Set,” and “Pokémon Scale World Galar Rillaboom,” all of which are set to drop in September 2020.

 

What is Pokémon Scale World?

Pokémon Scale World is a series of detailed 1/20 scale figures of Pokémon and Pokémon Trainers by Bandai. For their fourth release, they are releasing Pokémon and Pokémon Trainers from the Galar Region, with both small figurines that can fit in the palm of your hand to bigger ones.

 

Pokémon Scale World Galar Region

Pokémon Scale World Galar Region: ¥500 Each / ¥3,500 Whole Set (Before Tax)

12 Pokémon and 1 Pokémon Trainer from Pokémon Sword and Shield arrive for the new collection. This includes Gloria, the three starter Pokémon (Grooky, Scorbunny, and Sobble) and their evolution, and more.

 

Rillaboom

Pokémon Scale World Galar Rillaboom: ¥3,600 (Before Tax)

You can also get your hands on Rillaboom, the final evolution of Grooky. At 10.5cm tall, he stands above the rest of the collection.

 

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