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  • Youtooz The Legend of Vox Machina Vinyl Figure Keyleth 9 cm
  • Youtooz The Legend of Vox Machina Vinyl Figure Keyleth 9 cm

The Legend of Vox Machina Vinyl Figure Keyleth 9 cm

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Meet Keyleth, headmaster of Air Ashari, in her adorable Youtooz form. Standing 5 inches tall, she wields the Spire of Conflux. From The Legend of Vox Machina.

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OK!..... I'll regenerate your arm, I'll bring that back, I guess! The headmaster of the Air Ashari has become her very own Youtooz. Standing at 5 inches tall Keyleth has never looked cuter. She has been modelled in her classic elven costume. While she stands clutching her staff, the Spire of Conflux, with both hands. Her ears poke out from under her red hair and beneath her antlers. Her face is shown with a smirk, under flushed pink cheeks. The windowed display box has been illustrated to show Keyleth seated in a dark lush elven forest. Surrounded by colourful foliage of different types. The interior of the box has been illustrated with the Vox Machina logo over the top of a view of the continent as strings of golden light dance across. Illustrated on the protective sleeve shows silhouettes of all the campaign members in front of a golden sunset. This collectible ships in a matte, embossed, protective outer sleeve and a custom-sized plastic protector for maximum protection during shipping.

The Legend of Vox Machina is an adult fantasy animated TV series. Based on a campaign from the Dungeons and Dragons web series Critical Role. The show debuted on Amazon Prime, with the first 10 episodes being funded by Kickstarter. The series is set in Exandria a fictional world created by Matthew Mercer in 2012 for his own D&D campaign.

Keyleth / The Legend of Vox Machina / Vinly Figure / Vox Machina / Youtooz

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