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Height: approx 35cm.
-In the second installment of the [Dead by Daylight] series that distorts a distorted smile, a killer [trapper] full of insanity and a smile appears.
-Muscular and massive body with countless wounds.
-The cross section of the painful wound incorporates a shape that allows you to feel the layers of skin, fat, and muscle, and balances physiological disgust, which is indispensable for horror content, with modeling skill.
-The mask with a spooky smile, which is also the nickname of [Chuckles = giggling], is designed to allow you to peek at the real face from the gap.
-It is possible to enjoy the parts that are difficult to check in the game without worrying about it, embodying [the real pleasure as a three-dimensional object].
-The eyes with the light emitting gimmick can be switched between white and red.
-A playful gimmick reminiscent of the game system [Stain].
-A knife with a distorted blade cuts into the mind that would have been shaken with brute force, fueling intuitive fear.
-Also, Trava Sami, which is synonymous with [Trapper], is attached, and the opening and closing gimmick is reproduced by using the same mechanism as the real one.
-You'll be breathing involuntarily with the texture of old metal rubbing and creaking sounds.
-The pedestal, which fulfills the role of [supporting the body] and deepens the world view, is based on the image of Macmillan Estate.
-At your feet, waste and coal tar are scattered, and it seems as if his spirit has been devastated with the history of the land.
-Specifications: Painted statue
-Material: Polystone / Polyurethane / ABS
-Size: Height approx 35cm (1/6 scale including pedestal)
-Accessories: Large kitchen knife (right hand), Travasami (left hand / pedestal)
-LED gimmick: Both eyes can be switched between red and white lighting
-Prototype production: Shinya Akao (HEADLONG)
-Painter: Katsushige Akiyama / -accent-
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