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Zant statue from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is getting ready for release

August 12, 2010

Zant looks ominous
Zant is the King of Twilight. Larger image

The folks over at First 4 Figures do amazing work with different video game characters, ships, etc., by carefully paying attention to the detail behind the art and the pose of the statue. Coming in Q3 of this year, is their take on Zant from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

Zant vs. Link
If you want Link, he’s sold out. Larger image

This statue is 21″ tall, weighs about 4.5 pounds, and is selling for $329.99. This 1/4 scale figure by artist Goran Sadojevich is highly limited to only 750 pieces world wide. If you are interested in owning one, you should definitely pre-order now.

Zant in the dark
Part of this statue glows in the dark, creating a cool, eerie effect. Larger image

Here is the official release straight from First 4 Figures:

The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess 1/4 Scale “Master Arts” Zant Center Piece.

“This power is granted to me by my god! It is the magic of the King of Twilight, and you WILL respect it!” ~Zant

First 4 Figures is hugely proud to present Zant, the first in the 1/4 scale “Master Arts” line of Twilight Princess Center Pieces.

Zant was a servant of the Royal Family of the Twilight Realm who had devoted his life to serving them in the hopes of eventually succeeding them. However, he despised them for not taking any action to rid the Twili of their misery, and was eventually passed over due to his obvious greed and ambition. Rejected, disenfranchised and bitter Zant met Evil Ganondorf, who appeared to him as a god and promised to grant him untold power in exchange for his loyalty. Zant accepted and became so empowered, he became the self proclaimed “King of Twlighlight” at the expense of the Twili who were turned into shadow beasts. Only the bearer of the Triforce of Courage could be brave enough to face Zant, leading to a showdown of epic proportions!

Zant is wearing his distinctive helmet and armor. The helmet’s tongue is removable which reveals his mouth. He also comes with fully detailed clothing. The green line detail on the sleeves is luminous so it glows in the dark, creating an eerie effect. The white detail work on the base is also luminous.

At 1/4 scale, he measures approximately 21 inches tall, including the base. Cast in high quality poly-stone, the statue is hand finished and hand painted. Comes dressed in an incredibly detailed and authentic hand tailored fabric costume. Created from official Twilight Princess game files has allowed First 4 Figures to faithfully recreate Zant’s distinct style and add fine detail.

He comes in deluxe full color packaging, hand numbered base, and includes an Authenticity Card which allows you to purchase the same number of the model next in the 1/4 Scale “Master Arts” Twilight Princess Center Pieces range.

Highly limited to 750 pieces worldwide.

This is the first in our 1/4 Scale “Master Arts” Twilight Princess Center Pieces range, so low numbers will be given on a first come first served basis.

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Chesten August 15, 2010 at 6:49 am

This looks Awesome, you need space to get this statue hehe :). Great collectible and the glow in the dark feature is nice.

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Yeah, it’s quite a large statue, but it’d sure make for something nice to look at during a table talk session.

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