Is It Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon? is a really cool light novel series turned anime about adventurers that belong to groups headed by Gods and Goddesses called “familias.” The deities lend their powers to the adventurers in the form of a blessing, which is a symbol on their back that depicts the status of each adventurer. It’s just like leveling up in a JRPG in anime form, they even refer to the growth as levels and have the standard RPG stats. It’s a really cool series and I recommend you check it out if you haven’t already!
The latest spin-off of the anime is Sword Oratoria and is currently airing in the U.S. on Amazon’s Anime Strike service. Sword Oratoria follows the series from the perspective of Aiz Wallenstein, who is the main hero of Bell Cranel’s object of affection and inspiration for growing stronger. Aiz is an accomplished warrior known as the Kenki or Sword Princess.
Aiz appears here from GENCO in a fully painted 1/8th scale (about 8 inches tall) with her hair flowing in the wind. She’s decked out in her armor with her trusty sword while simultaneously giving off an air of femininity in her pose. The figure looks extremely well-made and detailed. Even if I wasn’t familiar with the character, I’d love to own this figure for my collection just because of how awesome she is.
Depending on where you get her, Aiz is set for an end of June or August release.