This Dragonborn Vinyl Toy is Menacingly Adorable

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Bethesda Softworks has partnered up with collectible statue and figurine manufacturer Symbiote Studios to begin production of a new line of vinyl toys based on BethSoft’s powerhouse franchise stable. That means you will soon be able to adorn your desk, shelf or game room display with cutesy figurines modeled after characters from Doom, Dishonored, The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and Quake.

The first major release will be the Dragonborn figure pictured up top, obviously inspired by the hero of Skyrim. That cute little dragon slayer is 3″ tall, has articulation in his arms and head, and comes armed to the teeth with a removable helmet and dual-wieldable sword and axe weapon accessories. Pre-orders are available now at www.symbiotestudios.com or at the company’s QuakeCon booth starting tomorrow, with the price tag set at $9.99 and the expected ship date scheduled for August 22nd.

Anyone attending QuakeCon this week who ordered a pre-registration pack will receive another special surprise in their swag bag: an exclusive QuakeCon vinyl mascot toy. It kinda looks like the Pillsbury Doughboy with nothing but a giant ‘Q’ for a face.

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