While we wait for the Majora’s Mask Nendoroid to be released outside of Japan this March, WonderFest 2016 is bringing us plenty of other Zelda figures to eventually throw our Rupees at.

Drawing inspiration from the official art first revealed on a Game Informer cover, this Skyward Sword Link figure strikes a ready stance with a fierce expression. From the creases in the tunic to the paint-like shading, it’s rich in detail. A promotional shot was shared by Good Smile Company, but pricing and a release date aren’t yet set.

Skyward Sword figma 2

Additionally, Ariel on Twitter shared various shots of the figure on display at the event.

If that isn’t enough to make your wallet weep, the titular princess of The Legend of Zelda is also getting her own Nendoroid. Based on her Wind Waker design, she looks like she’ll be the perfect companion for the Wind Waker Link Nendoroid. Only a prototype was available at the show, but even in gray, Zelda looks beautiful.

Zelda Nendoroid

Nendoroid figures are known for their accessories and customization. Personally, I’m hoping for switch-able hairstyles and clothes to show Zelda’s pirate side. We could get a bow or the Gossip Stone as well!

And last, but certainly not least, a Twilight Princess Figma figurine was revealed via a placeholder card at the event.

Twilight Princess figma card

It might be some time before we see any hint of this Figma’s prototype — perhaps not until WonderFest 2017. Until then, you can import the A Link Between Worlds Figma, or wait until it and the other figures come West. Are you planning on saving up for any of these figures?