Ciri (2nd Edition) The Wild Hunt 3 Figure

Ciri (2nd Edition) The Wild Hunt 3 Figure

v prodeji od 31.08.2020
Věkové omezení:14
Rok vydání:2020
Skladem:poslední kusy
Související:Triss Merigold of Maribor Witcher 3 The Wild Hunt Action Figure
Triss Merigold of Maribor The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Exclusive Quarter Scale Statue
Výrobce: Dark Horse Comics

Cena 1 493,00 Kč s 21% DPH

Soška Ciri vytvořená podle řady The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt video game vycházející z tvorby Andrzej Sapkowskeho je vysoká cca 20 cm s detailním zpracováním.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, based on the best-selling fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, was the most popular and critically acclaimed video game of 2015..

Here comes a high-end product line based on The Witcher debuting in fall 2016.

Joining the previously solicited Geralt and Triss are three new characters: Ciri, Yennefer, and Eredin (the Wild Hunt King). Each figure is about 8” tall and includes a 1.5” base.

Each deluxe figure is designed to the character s likeness, custom painted, and displayed in deluxe window box.

Cirilla Fiona Elen Riannon (known as Ciri or the Lion Cub of Cintra),

was born in 1253 or 1252, and most likely during the Belleteyn holiday. She is a Princess of Cintra, and the daughter of Pavetta and Duny. She is the granddaughter of Queen Calanthe.

After the witcher Geralt of Rivia lifted a curse from Duny, the Urcheon of Erlenwald, he demanded from Duny his wife Pavetta s firstborn child, a child he had but didnt know he had, due to the Law of Surprise. Six years to the day after the child s birth, Geralt went back to Cintra for her, but did not take her with him to Kaer Morhen at that time. In fact, he didnt even lay eyes on her and only spoke with Calanthe. The Queen divulged no information to him, not even the child s gender. This child was named Cirilla.

While she was still an infant, Ciri s parents were both lost in a storm at sea. They were presumed dead. She spent her youth in Cintra and the Skellige Islands in the care of her grandmother and her uncle.

"Something More" in Sword of Destiny

Ciri first met Geralt when she was lost in the forest of Brokilon. She was nearly taken by the dryads, who wished to make her one of their own. Geralt thanked the Queen of the dryads, Eithné, for not using the real ritual liquid which would have erased Ciri s memories and her desire to join Geralt, however she encouraged Geralt to drink the liquid and claimed she did no such favor. Geralt brings the bowl close to his face and reacts with strong visions and hallucinations, suggesting Ciri was immune to the ritual somehow. Ciri chose Geralt, and wished to stay with him after they left Brokilon. However, the Witcher would not take her with him. Instead, he left her with the druid Mousesack who was working for Calanthe.

The saga Blood of Elves

Then came the slaughter of Cintra. During the Nilfgaardian invasion of Cintra, Ciri was kidnapped by a Nilfgaardian knight named Cahir Mawr Dyffryn aep Ceallach, though his identity was not known at the time. She managed to escape and wandered aimlessly for some time through Sodden until she was ultimately adopted by a traveling merchant s wife as a war orphan.

Coincidentally, Geralt had helped the merchant survive an attack by monsters and charged for his services with the Law of Surprise. Accompanying the merchant home to his family, destiny reunites Ciri and Geralt once again and this time he accepts his fate, embracing her lovingly as his adopted daughter. The Witcher took her with him to Kaer Morhen, where, under the supervision of Triss Merigold she underwent partial Witcher training, sans mutations, with Geralt, Vesemir, Lambert, Eskel and Coën. It was there that it was confirmed that Ciri was a source.

Geralt and Triss later took her to the Temple of Melitele in Ellander where she received instruction from Nenneke, and then from Yennefer, who began Ciri s magical training in earnest. “She is not a child, the voice repeated. She is the Flame, the White Flame which will set light to the world. She is the Elder Blood, Hen Ichaer. The blood of elves. The seed which will not sprout but burst into flame. The blood which will be defiled . . . When Tedd Deireadh arrives, the Time of End. Va esse deireadh aep eigean! — pg(s). 41, Blood of Elves

Time of Contempt

As news of war began to spread, Ciri and Yennefer left Ellander for Gors Velen and ultimately Thanedd Island and Aretuza where the sorceress intended to enroll the girl as well as attend a conference of mages.

Things did not work out as planned though, not by a long shot. There was a coup during the conference and several individuals including Vilgefortz and Cahir tried to capture Ciri once again, and once again failed with the girl escaping through an unstable magical portal in Tor Lara. Because of the portal s nature, Ciri was simply ejected in mid-air over the Korath desert.

Unaware of where she was and without obvious recourse, the girl decided to make her way out of the wasteland by heading west. Unfortunately she wandered around in circles for some time before deciding to use the stars as a guide. She nearly died of exhaustion, dehydration and starvation. Luckily for her she met a unicorn whom she nicknamed Little Horse that helped her out of the Frying Pan (a folk name for the deadly desert). Ciri, who was still undergoing an emotional tribulation, then joined the Rats, a group of never-do-wells she met when they were rescuing one of their members, under the name Falka. Bounty hunter Leo Bonhart was hired by Stefan Skellen to kill Ciri and by baron Casadei to capture her alive.

The Tower of the Swallow

Bonhart killed the Rats and cut off their heads after their deaths. He neither killed Ciri, nor brought her to baron Casadei, therefore not fullfilling his contracts. Bonhart imprisoned her for some time, beating her, mistreating and forcing her to kill in the arena at Claremont, which belonged to his cousin Houvenaghel.

Ciri managed to escape with the help of Neratin Ceka when Bonhart had taken her to the village of Unicorn on the eve of the equinox. He had gone to meet with Skellen and Rience and possibly negotiate some terms to release Ciri. Bonhart then killed Neratin Ceka, and Skellen seriously wounded Ciri, disfiguring her with an orion as she fled the village on her mare, Kelpie.

Later, she was found, near death by Vysogota of Corvo, who hid and healed at his hermitage in the Pereplut swamp. She stayed with Vysogotha until shortly after Saovine when she set off to find the swallow s tower. Together with Skellen and Rience, Bonhart tried to hunt her down on the order of Vilgefortz. Eventually, she escaped to Tor Zireael.

Being a twin tower to Tor Lara, Tor Zireael had a portal which led Cirilla to the world of the Aen Elle elves.

Lady of the Lake

There she was greeted by Avallac h, an Aen Saevherne. He explained to her that she had to pay the debt referring to the perceived loss to the Aen Elle when Lara Dorren took Cregennan of Lod as her lover. The elves believed that the latter had stolen Elder Blood from them by marrying Lara. To atone for that crime Avallac h wanted Ciri to beget a child with Auberon Muircetach, the king of the Aen Elle. That being the only way Avallac h would let her return to her own world. On their way to Tir ná Lia, the Aen Elle capital, they met Eredin and his Dearg Ruadhri. Ciri was initially quite infatuated with him - he realised that and tried to use it to control her. They also came across a pack of unicorns which appeared to be at war with Aen Elle.

In Tir na Lia Ciri finally met Auberon, who many times tries to conceive a child with her, however he could not - to him she was just a human, a being of no interest for an Aen Elle. Nevertheless, he was very proud and refused to admit it. Eredin suggested using a potion which would improve Auberon s performance and allow him to conceive a child with Cirilla. He also told her the truth (probably to gain her trust) - that Avallac h would never let her go. Knowing this, Ciri found help with the unicorns where she also met Little Horse/Ihuarraquax, by then fully grown. The unicorns explained that both Fox and Sparrowhawk had once possessed The Gate of the Worlds, a mystical power known only to those of the Elder Blood but they had lost it. Now they wanted these powers back and for that they needed Ciri. This could not be allowed, however and the unicorns explained to Cirilla how she should escape.

That same day Ciri once again visited Auberon only to find that he had drunk the potion given to him by Eredin. Unknown to Sparrowhawk it happened to be too strong and killed Auberon. That night Ciri attempted to escape Tir na Lia and its barrier by using a boat and swimming with the river s current. She was stopped by Eredin who then revealed his true intentions, being the same as Avallac h s. The two battled and Ciri proved victorious due to the elf s underestimation of her abilities - she wounded him and threw him into the river. Later on she mounted Kelpie and rode away from Tir na Lia. She met Horsey who offered his help (actually his being by Ciri s side was a part of her bargain with the other unicorns). They came across a huge pile of bones.

To her horror, Ciri realised that the skulls had human teeth making them a pile of human bones. Ihuarraquax explained that it had been a human world until the elves led by Fox and Sparrowhawk arrived and killed them all - this also would be the fate of other worlds, including Ciri s own, should Avallac h and Eredin succeed in once again harnessing the power of time and space. Nevertheless, Ihuarraquax and Ciri realised that they were being chased.

Horsey urged Ciri to jump to another world - the only way to escape. She, however didn t know how. The unicorn became her guide and they jumped. This led to the manifestation of Ciri s strongest power, giving her the title of The Lady of the Worlds. That power allowed her to traverse space and time at will. Not being able to control it, however, Ciri had to journey through many different worlds to finally find her own. At the Stygga castle, Bonhart died at the hand of Ciri.

Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different. All information is subject to changing without prior notice.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.


PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.


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