Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Statue, Anime, Yu-Gi-Oh! & Dragons Statues, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Egyptian God Statue

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Statue, Anime, Yu-Gi-Oh! & Dragons Statues, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Egyptian God Statue

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Statue

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Statue is faithfully recreated with detailed shading and painting for a bold yet detailed appearance. Golden body that shines like the sun, sharp silhouette like a phoenix, piercing eyes, and divine wings, is an highly detailed statue in impressive scale. From the popular card game anime series, Yu-Gi-Oh!, the all-powerful Egyptian God card used by Marik against Yugi and his friends in the Battle City arc, The Winged Dragon of Ra. The impressive scale of this statue holds a powerful presence befitting one of the strongest cards in the series. Ra is also faithfully recreated as it appears in the series, with detailed shading and painting that give it a bold yet detailed appearance. The Winged Dragon of Ra, known as Winged God Dragon of Ra in the Japanese version is a character version of the card “The Winged Dragon of Ra”, also variously as the Sun or the Sun God.

Ra appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime, as one of the most powerful monster spirits, the Egyptian Gods. In-series, its Duel Monsters card is considered to be the most powerful in the game. Ra is a giant golden dragon that appears to be composed of or covered in golden metal. It has a saurian posture and bird-like features, its head and neck are sculpted to resemble that of a bird of prey, with feather-like ornaments on each side of its head and at the elbows, and a jagged cone surrounding its neck. Its wings have the appearance of being feathered. Ra has a large arch connecting its shoulder pauldrons that is where its “Blaze Cannon” attack is generated before being channeled to its mouth through the feather-like ornaments on its head.

During the Memory World arc, Ra’s beak is toothless and more bird-like in shape and its tail is thinner. This is the form it uses in its first legal artwork, though in that artwork it also possesses a feather-like plume rather than a bony tail. In Ra’s Sphere Mode it appears as an orb of golden metal that unfolds into its Battle Mode. In its Phoenix Mode Ra becomes a giant flaming bird with its wings and head shaped in a similar manner to its Battle Mode. Ra is one of the three Egyptian Gods, along with Obelisk the Tormentor and Slifer the Sky Dragon. These monsters were only capable of being summoned by the chosen Pharaoh, which is revealed to be Atem. Yu-Gi-Oh! The Winged Dragon of Ra Egyptian God Statue measures: 12 inches / 30.5 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm x 20 inches / 51 cm.


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