These Traveling Koroks plushies are all geared up for a long adventure

These Traveling Koroks are must-haves for Zelda fans.

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Legend of Zelda fans will soon be able to reunite those separated Traveling Koroks as Nintendo and Sanei Boeki teamed up to make a set Korok plushies.

Yes, those adorable (and tedious) traveling forest sprites from Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will now become stuffed toys for you to collect. The good news is you don’t have to burden yourself with intricate puzzles just to get them back together. Instead, all you have to do is wait for them to arrive.

By February next year, fans can choose between two variants of the Traveling Korok plushies. Much like from the game, these Koroks look identical, with their only distinguished features being their colors, the leaf mask they’re wearing, and the oversized backpack that they can barely carry.

Dimensions for these Traveling Koroks were also shared, with a width of 22 cm, a diameter of 18.5 cm, and a height of 17 cm. However, the thought of gluing them on a model rocket did cross my mind.

You still need to buy them separately and some online retailers are now accepting pre-orders, with each Traveling Korok plushie costing about JPY 3,300 (PHP 1,236.03), tax not included.

But the dreaded part for each Japanese pre-release is that there is still no news if these traveling buddies will make it outside of Japan. Although, there’s still a very good chance that overseas fans will get their own plushie, considering that Nintendo is part of this project.

Source: Famitsu