The Witcher Season 2 Figures from McFarlane Toys

New Netflix The Witcher Season 2 Figures From McFarlane Toys

Toss a coin to your Witcher because McFarlane Toys just dropped pre-orders for a new wave of The Witcher Season 2 figures

Within hours of The Witcher Season 2 debuting on Netflix, McFarlane Toys have dropped pre-orders for a new line of figures from the show. Two versions of Geralt Of Rivia are available, as well as Ciri and a deluxe Roach. Geralt’s faithful steed is a welcome addition to the collection and appears to be super-articulated. Which will come as music to the ears of fans everywhere. Read on for full details:

The Witcher Season 2 Figures from McFarlane Toys

Witcher Netflix Season 2 Roach Megafig Action Figure

Witcher Netflix Season 2 Roach Megafig Action Figure features Geralt’s horse as seen in the Netflix series. Roach is a fully articulated horse for a full range of posing and play. The horse comes with Geralt’s silver sword and is showcased in The Witcher-themed window box packaging.

Roach is the name that Geralt gives to each and every horse he has regardless if they are different horses. A black stallion takes the reigns as the current Roach.

Witcher Netflix Geralt of Rivia Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

The Witcher Netflix Geralt of Rivia Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure is highly detailed and features up to 22 points of articulation. Geralt comes with his steel sword and a base. His armor is based on his appearance in Season 2 of the Netflix series. The figure is showcased in The Witcher-themed window box packaging.

Geralt Of Rivia, also known as the White Wolf or the Butcher of Blaviken. As a child, his mother Visenna abandoned Geralt at the Witcher’s keep of Kaer Morhen where he trained to become a monster slayer.

Witcher Netflix Ciri Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

The Witcher Netflix Ciri Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure is highly detailed and features up to 22 points of articulation. Ciri comes with a wooden training sword, steel sword, and base. Based on her appearance in Season 2 of the Netflix series, Ciri is seen in her training outfit. The figure is showcased in The Witcher-themed window box packaging.

A Child of Surprise and heir to the Cintran throne, Princess Cirilla fled her home when Nilfgaard breached Citran’s borders and slaughtered everyone. In her dying breath, Ciri’s grandmother Calanthe told Ciri to seek out Geralt of Rivia, for his destiny was intertwined with hers.

Witcher Netflix Geralt of Rivia Witcher Mode Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

The Witcher Netflix Geralt of Rivia Witcher Mode Season 2 7-Inch Scale Action Figure is highly detailed and features up to 22 points of articulation. Geralt comes with his silver sword and a base. Based on his appearance in Season 2 of the Netflix series, Geralt is seen with his face pale and white from drinking potions creating the iconic “toxic” look known in the series as “Witcher Mode”. The figure is showcased in The Witcher-themed window box packaging.

Geralt Of Rivia, also known as the White Wolf or the Butcher of Blaviken. As a child, his mother Visenna abandoned Geralt at the Witcher’s keep of Kaer Morhen where he trained to become a monster slayer.

RELEASE

This is McFarlane’s first foray into the adventures of Geralt Of Rivia after a string of successes from the DC Universe. And long may it continue. These figures look exceptional and would take pride of place on any fans’ mantle. But if you’re hoping to add them to your collection in the near future, you’re in for a disappointment. They won’t be hitting toy shelves until April 2022. So the wait to add them to your collection will be an arduous one. But when figures look this good, surely they’ll be worth the wait? Pre-orders are available from Amazon now.

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