DUALLE - Dravokki "The Raging" from WHALERABBIT

VYNC of WHALERABBIT sends news of their new line of art figures in the DUALLE series (pronounced: “Du-wel”), introducing DUALLE : DRAVOKKI - The Raging!

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In a limited run of 100pcs worldwide, the 6.5 inch tall “DUALLE: DRAVOKKI - The Raging” is priced at US$95 per set (includes worldwide registered shipping), with each set including X1 DUALLE DRAVOKKI + X1 MASK ACCESSORY + X1 ART PRINT.

As well DRAVOKKI-orders will come with a “Chase variant mask (MALICE) (GID GREEN)” - limited to 10pcs, with a 1 in 10 ratio!

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Pre-orders has since started (March 3rd) online via www.covetrove.com with an April release, and as a testament to it’s popularity, it has since been been listed as “SOLD OUT” (dated March 4th!) - Congratulations, WAHELRABBIT!

You are recommended to stay connected to WHALERABBIT on facebook.com/whalerabbit / Instagram @whalerabbitofficial for any further news and updates of projects, and stay connected to VYNC on facebook.com/vync22 / Instagram @ah_vin to see more of his works.

If you are unfamiliar with, but recognise the name “WHALERABBIT” - their first release was the REGAL collectible figure featuring a collaboration between 13Art/Skullman x Banana Virus from Taiwan :)

Scroll down for a little Q&A I had with VYNC, to maybe get to know “DUALLE” and “DRAVOKKI” better.

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TOYSREVIL: What inspired you for the design on "DUALLE"?
VYNC: "DUALLE is a name came up by us to represent Duality.

Duality of feelings and character. In abstract it was to represent us as people wearing masks at times to handing emotions."

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TOYSREVIL: Is there a reason for the name "DRAVOKKI"?
VYNC: "DRAVOKKI is a made up name again. It was to sound aggressive and angry.

There are other characters coming up soon, and the naming of the groups we hope will sound very much as the emotions they represent."

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