Sideshow is proud to introduce Shard: Mortal Trespasser, based on an original character design from our Court of the Dead Premium Format Figure collection. "Living or dead, it makes no difference to my blades." Shard is the first living, breathing mortal to ever set foot in the Underworld. To better prepare her for the harsh environment of the realm of the dead, the former Templar knight is adorned with armor forged within the capital city of Illverness. The fine bone filaments of this protective encasement were woven around her form by the osteomancers and artisans of the dead. Though most trappings of humanity are now beyond her reach, Shard still carries the weapon that served her for so long in the mortal realm - a blade called “Faith Bearer,” which is infused with the essence of one of the heavenly host. It is a deadly weapon, only rivaled by its newly forged twin - the sword known as “Seraph’s Woe," which contains the spirit of one of hell’s greater demons. It is no surprise that even in the Underworld, most beings give this defiant trespasser a wide berth. Though she may be the only living being in Death’s realm, there is no fear in Shard’s eyes.
Comprised of high-quality polystone and metal.
* Size and weight are approx. values
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This statue is very underrated. Personally, I love this statue for many reasons. Mainly, because of the powerful pose it has. I recommend this statue even if you're not a COTD fan.
Fantastic statue, love the details, face is brilliantly painted. I also love how the cape can be adjusted to your liking :) Super happy!
My first in counter with Sideshow and they are truly worth dealing with. Absolutely beautiful piece. This Court of the Dead statue Shard is amazing the detail well what more can I say 10/10
A very beautiful statue. The pictures don't due it justice. If you think the pictures are nice then wait until you get it in person. This is the first court of the dead I own and looking to add more.
Shard turned out great, her face especially came out nicely. I was also relieved to see the arms connect by magnets, instead of pegs. Beautiful work Sideshow! 10/10