Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess Midna & Wolf Link Figure

*Update: Sorry, Guys. This Was Sold!*

Hey everyone. It’s Kim again. Today is all about the Legend of Zelda—I’m sure I don’t have to tell you this is one of the best action-adventure games ever made. I played the original Legend of Zelda and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link on my NES in the late 80s. Then, I enjoyed Oracle of Ages on my Game Boy and eventually Phantom Hourglass on my DS. One of my all time favorites has to be the Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (sold)!

In November 2006, the 13th Zelda release and fan favorite Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess released along with the launch of the Wii. While I had a Wii (still do as a matter of fact), I never played this only saw other people play it. Kinda wish I did since this iteration won multiple “Game of the Year” awards and a lot of reviews, including IGN and Game Informer (among others) called this the best Zelda game. It’s so popular, in fact, that 9 years later an HD version was released for Nintendo’s Wii U. If you are by some chance unfamiliar, the official trailer is below.

I found this Legend of Zelda action figure on the bay, you can find it here. This is taken right out of the game, Link in wolf form and Midna, in cursed or imp form, riding on his back. A big part of Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess is these two characters working together. This now rare action figure is the perfect representation of that. They need each other to finish their respect quests, Link to not be a wolf and Midna to the Twili. The PVC figure stands just over 3 inches. It is used but in very good condition. BIN is set at $69.99 which is reasonable considering how rare this figure is becoming.

Sticking with the Legend of Zelda theme, check out these items I found on ebay:

I also found some cosplay to check out:

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