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Final Fantasy Creatures are lines of fixed-pose figurines manufactured by Square Enix around the summon and enemy characters of Final Fantasy. Figurines are made in PVC and averaged in size around 3.5” (90mm) in height. The original Creatures collections, first introduced in 2001, were available in Japan as "blind-box" packages and came in 3 different versions: Full Color, Metallic, or Crystal (clear). International versions were released in individual "blister" packaging and were of a somewhat lesser quality than the originals.

The Final Fantasy Creatures Fan Books, manufactured by Kotobukiya, contained full color pages featuring detailed images of figures from the Creatures series as well as information on other titles. An exclusive figurine was also included. Only two were ever released.

In 2006, the Master Creatures label, also known as Master Monster Creature Collection, was introduced. Compared to the original Creatures, these figurines were of a larger size, averaging around 6” (152mm), and were individually packaged in all releases.

In 2009, the Creatures Kai label was introduced, released once again as "blind-box" packages with only Full Color versions. Each volume consisted of 5 listed characters and one secret character. International versions released as 5 figure box sets, leaving out one of the figures released in Japan.

In 2018, the Creatures Bring Arts label was introduced. Unlike previous releases, these were poseable figures with some including interchangeable hands and props such as weapons and stands.

Creatures[]

Vol. 1[]

Release date: 2001(JP)
Volume 1 included the following characters:
From Final Fantasy VII:

From Final Fantasy VIII:

From Final Fantasy IX:

From Final Fantasy X:


Vol. 2[]

Release date: September 2002(JP)
Volume 2 included the following characters:
From Final Fantasy VII:

From Final Fantasy VIII:

From Final Fantasy IX:

From Final Fantasy X:


Vol. 3[]

Release date: 2003(JP)
Volume 3 included the following characters:
From Final Fantasy VII:

From Final Fantasy VIII:

From Final Fantasy IX:

From Final Fantasy X:

From Final Fantasy X-2:

From Final Fantasy XI:


Vol. 4[]

Release date: 2004(JP)
Volume 4 included the following characters:
From Final Fantasy VII:

From Final Fantasy VIII:

From Final Fantasy IX:

From Final Fantasy X:

From Final Fantasy X-2:

From Final Fantasy XI:


Creatures Archive: Chromium[]

Release date: September 2005(JP)
This set included the following characters:
From Final Fantasy VII:

From Final Fantasy VIII:

From Final Fantasy IX:

From Final Fantasy X:

From Final Fantasy X-2:

From Final Fantasy XI:

From Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles:


7-Eleven Special Ver[]

Released in 2003, this figurine, considered part of the Creatures collection, was available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores. It came in the standard three different versions: Full Color, Metallic, and Crystal.


Creatures Fan Book[]

Release date: 2005(JP)


Master Creatures[]

Series 1[]

Release date: September 2006(JP)
Series 1 includes the following characters:


Series 2[]

Release date: June 2007(JP)
Series 2 includes the following characters:


Series 3[]

Release date: September 2008(JP)
Series 3 includes the following characters:

Limited Edition

Release date: October 2008(JP)
These figures were limited to 1000 copies only.
From Final Fantasy X:


Creatures -Kai-[]

Vol. 1[]

Release date: December 2009(JP)
Volume 1 included the following characters:

In the International set, Tiamat was not released.


Vol. 2[]

Release date: June 2010(JP)
Volume 2 included the following characters:

In the International set, Chaos was not released.


Vol. 3[]

Release date: April 2011(JP)
Volume 3 focused exclusively on the Eidolons from Final Fantasy XIII.

In the International set, Alexander was not released.


Vol. 4[]

Release date: June 2012(JP)
Volume 4 included the following characters:

In the International set, Shadow Creeper was not released.


Vol. 5[]

Release date: January 2013(JP)
Volume 5 includes the following characters:

In the International set, Omega was not released.


Bring Arts[]

Bahamut

Release date: June 2018 (JP)

  • Includes a crystal effects pedestal.

Size: Odin: 9.9” (252mm)
Price: ¥14,350 JPY (approx. $132 USD)

Odin

Release date: August 2018 (JP), October 2018 (US)

  • 2 figure set with Odin and Sleipnir
  • Includes interchangeable hands, a shield, a sword, and a spear.

Size: Odin: 9.57” (243mm) Slepinir: 11.3” (286mm)
Price: ¥32,780 JPY,[1] $299.99 USD[2])


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