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Fate/Apocrypha: Jeanne d’Arc by Max Factory (Review)

Fate/Apocrypha: Jeanne d’Arc – Available from HobbyLink Japan

Max Factory delivers to us a beautifully-captured moment of Fate/Apocrypha’s Jeanne d’Arc in her battle finery!

The first impression that this figure gives is definitely big. Weighing a little over 1kg and spanning almost 30cm or so, its box serves as a good reminder of what’s in store for us.

The design of the box is relatively simple, but the golden fleur-de-lis border was a nice touch.

Jeanne already looks very nice out of the box, as does the flag she comes along with.

The stand itself is simple and does the job. It has space for Jeanne’s foot and the flag.

The flag is a work of art in itself. The details are exquisite and lend a dynamic feel to it. It really does feel like a flag fluttering in the wind.

While spending all day to photograph this flag might be a viable option to some, there’s a task ahead of us, which is to fit things in with the base. First is the flag, which goes in easily enough.

A fair bit of warning though: Jeanne comes apart when you remove the plastic protections, but thankfully, she’s easy enough to reassemble and once you do that, she’s pretty much stable and doesn’t fall apart unless you force it.

Anyway, next is sliding Jeanne’s hand through the pipe of the flag, which is a pleasantly easy task as well.

Then goes her foot into the stand. Also a piece of cake, all things considered!

Finally, the rest of the pole goes in, and now you have Jeanne ready for battle!

She takes up a lot of space, but boy, is she easy on the eyes.

The pose itself is eye-catching from any angle and easy to appreciate, and the shading on the figure is excellent.


The trim on her skirt looks really good and by no means lazy.

Her armor also glistens and looks the part despite being all PVC.


Jeanne’s face admittedly didn’t look like much in the photos from the manufacturer, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out that she looks way better in person.

As a Jeanne fan, this is a figure you wouldn’t want to miss!

For a second opinion, see our Toy Tengoku episode of this figure here!

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  1. Wow! Just WOW!This is really amazing! I’d love this in my collection!


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