- What is the true meaning of being Dragonborn?
- The Dovahkiin, from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim video game!
- Limited edition statue stands 16-inches tall in 1:6 scale.
- Alternate arm holds a fireball that illuminates and pulses like real fire!
- Hand painted, hand finished, with hand-tailored fabric costume.
- Dragonborn will create an awe-inspiring presence for your collection!
Inspired by official artwork of the Dovahkiin - an individual with the body of a mortal and the soul of a dragon in the video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim
- Dragonborn stands powerfully upon his rock base, surrounded by the tail of a mighty dragon. At 1:6 scale, he measures roughly 16 inches tall, including the hand-numbered base, creating an awe-inspiring presence for your collection. The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Dragonborn 1:6 Scale Statue comes in deluxe full-color packaging with a certificate of authenticity that allows you to purchase the same model number in future releases from Gaming Heads' The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collection. Limited edition of 500 pieces.
Cast in high-quality polystone, this exclusive version of Dragonborn is hand finished and hand painted. He comes dressed in incredibly detailed and authentic hand-tailored fabrics for unparalleled realism, and working with the official in-game assets has allowed Gaming Heads to accurately recreate the distinct armor style depicted in the video game. This Dragonborn 1:6 Scale Statue also comes with an alternate arm that holds a fireball spell that illuminates and pulses like real fire, or the collector can exchange the fireball for the short sword. Also included is an alternate portrait that shows the Dragonborn with his helmet removed.
"Lastly, we come to the question of the true meaning of being Dragonborn. The connection with dragons is so obvious that it has almost been forgotten - in these days when dragons are a distant memory, we forget that in the early days being Dragonborn meant having "the dragon blood." Some scholars believe that was meant quite literally, although the exact significance is not known. The Nords tell tales of Dragonborn heroes who were great dragonslayers, able to steal the power of the dragons they killed." - Emelene Madrine, The Book of the Dragonborn. Ages 14 and up.