Posted by specialK January 31, 2013

MIntyfresh has once again teamed up with Alan NG aka Fools Paradise and created the 6th installation in the Keiko series. The figure is called Battle-Damaged Keiko Trooper and while the new figure closely resembles Trooper Keiko, Battle-Damaged Keiko is, well, Battle Damaged! She's still her sexy, naked self but Battle-Damaged Keiko Trooper looks as though she's used her huge claws in combat. Do not worry horny nerds, for her boobies look as good as ever. 

Battle Damaged Keiko Trooper stands 12" tall and is limited to only 200 pieces world wide. Each Keiko figure is hand crafted in polystone resin and hand painted. Fools Paradise did not want the figure massed produced, so each battle scar and scrape was loving painted by hand making each Battle-Damaged Keiko Trooper slightly different from the next.

Mintyfresh recommends that people be on time & logged in to their Mintyfresh account. The Battle-Damaged Keiko Trooper is retailing for €199.95 and will be available for pre-order right here on the Mintyfresh website Friday, February 1st at: 11PM(Hong Kong), 4PM (Amsterdam) 10AM (New York) & 7AM (Los Angeles). 


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