Griffith: Femto
- scale 1/10
- serial # 666
- limitation < 2000
- estimated value: $225+
- pictures uploaded 2.4.05

I previously owned a Femto statue, numbered # 537, but I sold it because I found this one floating on Ebay.  What made this one so special?  The serial number is # 666...  Yes, I know, it may have been a stupid reason and a lot of trouble to buy this one just for the number, but I think it's rather fitting that this EVIL spiritual being is given the Devil's number.

This is another relatively simple statue.  It's basically just shades of purple, with some darker tones to add depth and detail, but I think it's one of Art of War's more beautiful pieces.  I really like the right hand and how Femto is staring at it with this blank expression on his face, like he's just done something horrible!  Go figure.

There are also rumors about there existing a Black Femto, but I'm 99% sure that those rumors are false.  I have seen a few CUSTOM Black Femto's, but they were not painted that way by Art of War.  However, there does exist a Black Femto action figure limited to 300 pieces, that AOW released half a year after the statue version.  This exclusive action figure also comes with the Behelit: Apostle, which you see pictured down below.  On the other hand, the limited edition of the Femto statue comes with the open-faced Crimson Behelit pendant instead. 

Existing Versions
Edition Limitation Estimated Value
Normal < 2000 $225+
Limited - Red Behelit (Open Face) < 500 $250+

(table is solely based on my experience & knowledge, if you have any discrepancies or additional information, please email me)

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