And while Gaming Head’s first statue, the Shrine of Talos, stood at 14″ tall, Azura, the Daedric Prince of Dusk and Dawn will stand 18″ tall, with the Exclusive Edition of the Azura statue featuring a faux bronze finish.
Though the standard shrine will cost you $209.99, the exclusive edition will only set you back an additional $20. The statue of Azura won’t release until the end of the year, but you may want to be quick in purchasing the items. There are only 750 standard statues available worldwide and 350 faux-bronze statues.
And if you’re wondering why the Daedric Prince is depicted as a woman, in The Elder Scrolls games, Azura is always depicted as a female, and is also known as Mother of the Rose, Queen of the Night Sky, and the Anticipation of Sotha Sil. /end nerdiness.
You can take a closer look at the statue on Gaming Heads’ website.