This is the way: Toy Fair Exclusive Hot Toys ‘The Mandalorian’ Armorer

Mysterious, wise, and resilient. The Armorer from the first season of Disney+’s The Mandalorian is one of the unanswered questions from the series so far. Who is she? Why did so many Mandalorians of that sect pic that planet as a refuge? Where did she go after the massacre?

Given Lucasarts current storytelling habits, I’d prefer that she stay an enigma. What I will gladly accept, though, is a Hot Toys figure of her.

We spotted this info over at This Toy Fair 2021 exclusive release features the Armorer in all her shrouded glory. Awesome helmet? Check. Amazingly tailored clothing? Check. Outstanding detail and paint application? Double-check!

The Armorer comes in the 1/6th scale line and packs a bunch of accessories. If you’re at all familiar with a Hot Toys figure, you’ll know what to expect. If not, let me tell you, there’s no shortage of detail and artistry that goes into each of these little masterpieces.

Hot Toys | Disney
Hot Toys | Disney
Hot Toys | Disney
Hot Toys | Disney
Hot Toys | Disney

The Armorer will come with the following features and accessories:

  • One (1) pair of fists
  • One (1) pair of accessories holding hands
  • One (1) Beskar holding left hand
  • One (1) gesture left hand
  • (1) battle damaged Mandalorian chest armor
  • (1) piece of Beskar
  • (1) pair of tongs
  • (1) hammer
  • (1) ladle
  • (1) welder
  • (1) covent-themed backdrop

Odd that the Armorer doesn’t come with a forge accessory. Then again, that may be too big of a piece to include. Perhaps it will be offered later as part of a collector’s edition or stand-alone piece?

The Armorer will ship sometime between July and December 2021. Keep an eye out over at the Hot Toys page on Sideshow’s website for an opportunity to pre-order. In the meantime, pick up a few stormtroopers for a diorama.

Do you think this mysterious character will reappear at some point either in The Mandalorian‘s next series or in some other Star Wars media? Let us know in the comments.


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