The forth Shuraki girl finally arrive on my doorstep (actually office reception table xD) last week. Nida is quite different from the rest of the Shuraki girls, she’s a military officer (based on her clothes) and she use a freaking big rifle instead of bladed weapon like the rest of the Shuraki girls. She also seems to looks older than the rest of the girls, she’s actually 19 btw, same as Rize, she looks older probably due to Shunya’s style.
She comes with as usual the battle damage dress, a small knife and her main weapon which is a very big rifle. The rifle itself have two forms, a version that looks like an oversize sniper rifle and a smaller version that looks like an assault rifle.
If military female uniform really look like this, there’s gonna be a lot of guys who’s gonna join the military xD. One word “SEXY”.
The knife comes in two version, a full knife and one with just the hilt that you can place it on the holster. Pretty good detail there, would have been even nicer if the knife can really be placed inside the holster.
The rifle sniper scope have clear plastic, very nice touch. The blade at the bottom of the muzzle is removable as well.
Opps looks like her beret is slightly out of place XD, didn’t realize that until I was typing this post lol.
Now on to the battle damage version. Oh yeah she probably have the nicest lingerie between all the girls (I am assuming Rize lingerie is plain as well).
A shot of her holding the shorter version of her rifle.
Quality wise is top notch as expected from GSC, detail and paint job are just superb, seems like you can hardly go wrong when getting GSC figures. Also her dress is currently the easiest to remove, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to be able to do it.
A shot of all the four girls, arrangement doesn’t looks that nice though. Can’t wait for Rize to be release, should be soon.
Series: Shuraki Trinity
Scale and Material: 1/8 pre-painted PVC
Company: Good Smile Company
Price: 6800 Yen
Released: May 2008
Added to collection: May 2008
Availability: available at Hobby Search
Photo taken using: Canon EOS 400D with EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens and Tamron 17-50 f/2.8.