This Final Fantasy VII Sephiroth Statue Is The Perfect Tribute To The One-Winged Angel
It should come to no one’s surprise that we here at DFTG absolutely adore Sephiroth. The iconic Final Fantasy VII villain has a way of melting our hearts with the same flames he used to melt Nibelheim (too soon?), and he will likely only grow in popularity as the release of the Final Fantasy VII Remake draws ever closer. So, naturally when we came across this gorgeous Sephiroth statue, we had to tell everyone about it! Here it is in all its One-Winged Angel glory below:
The Sephiroth statue is part of the Square Enix Static Arts PVC collectibles line, and stands at 16.8 x 10.5 x 7.9 inches. The piece is magnificently detailed, from the fiery base all the way to the tip of his massive katana. As the piece has been discontinued, availability for it is sparse, though those looking to drop some cash on it can do so now over on Amazon for about $399. The piece can also be found on Ebay, though for a significantly higher price.
Here’s the character description for Sephiroth from the Wiki page, for those curious about him:
“Before his fall from grace, Sephiroth was one of the most lauded success stories of the Shinra Electric Power Company’s SOLDIER program. A great warrior idolized by the public and infantrymen alike for his strength and discipline in combat, Sephiroth’s many successes in the field of battle during the conflicts surrounding the Shinra Electric Power Company’s bid for global domination led to his status as a celebrity war hero and the poster boy for both the Shinra Military and the company’s SOLDIER program. Learning of his true origins drove him insane, causing him to be driven by a new desire to destroy the world.”
Once again, those looking to purchase the statue can do so through Amazon, right here.
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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.