Good Smile Company showed off lots of its WonHobby 32 figures via Twitter. While there’s a pretty large selection of characters, the prototypes consisted of an array of concept art for various figmas, Nendoroids, and scale figures. While some were characters we knew about, like the Puyo Puyo Arle Nendoroid, others were completely new reveals, like a Fire Emblem figure. One thing they all had in common, though, is that only concept art and prototype photos appeared for each one.

First, let’s take a look at the Nendoroids. A lot of notable figures were announced. For example, we saw four new Kingdom Hearts III characters. 9S is being made into a Nendoroid. So is the Persona 4 avatar. The first Genshin Impact Good Smile Company figures showed up too. Here’s a look at all the prototypes.

As far as figmas go, the majority of the Good Smile Company figures shown off were from Fate/ games. However, there were updated looks on Bloodborne, Cyberpunk 2077, and Death Stranding figures.

Finally, the regular figure category was more more diverse. Lots of scale figure preliminary designs appeared on the company’s website. That’s where the Fire Emblem Ike figure showed up. So did some new Atelier Ryza figures and ones based on series like My Hero Academia and Nekopara. There’s also a Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Nia figure, but it involves a pretty big spoiler.

The Good Smile Company WonHobby 32 showcase is going on now, and exclusive Konosuba Aqua and Miku Hatsune figures are temporarily available for sale.