Link on Epona First 4 Figures Statue

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Link on Epona First 4 Figures Statue




Release Date

Q2 2012




Siamak Roshani
Goran Sadojevich





2500 Worldwide


  • This was the fourteenth or fifteenth Zelda statue released by First 4 Figures, as it simultaneously released with the Link on Epona Exclusive First 4 Figures Statue.
  • The Exclusive Statue is similar to the regular Link on Epona statue, except it has a faux bronze color and had a limited run.
  • Unlike the other larger statues that were a part of the First 4 Figures collection, this was the only statue that received the full 2500 size run.

Press Description

The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess "Master Arts" Link on Epona Centerpiece.

First 4 Figures is hugely proud to present Link on Epona, the third in our "Master Arts" line of Twilight Princess Centerpieces.

As he fights against the evil forces of Zant, Link can summon his faithful horse, Epona, by playing Epona's Song on a special piece of Horse Grass. In the last fight against Ganondorf, Link and Princess Zelda must ride to battle on Epona, leading to the final showdown.

Link is riding on Epona, who is rearing back on her hind legs, ready to battle the evil that stands between them and the mystery of the Twilight Princess.

Each piece is individually painted and finished to exacting standards. They are an amazing addition to your Zelda display.

They measure approximately 17 inches tall and 16 inches long. Cast in high quality poly-stone, the statue is hand finished and hand painted. We faithfully recreated the style and feel of Link on Epona, packing the statue full of detail like the others in the "Master Arts" range.

They come in deluxe full color packaging, hand numbered base, and includes an Authenticity Card which allows you to purchase the same number of the model next in the "Master Arts" Twilight Princess Center Pieces range.

Highly Limited to 2500 pieces only worldwide.[1]