Other Figures YUN INTEGRITY OF WATER ACTION FIGURE 1:12 (5-6") BY PLAY EM TOYS CIRCA 1997 5.00
Toys based on Warriors Of Virtue, a 1997 Chinese-American fantasy film directed by Ronny Yu. It is in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Commercially unsuccessful and critically panned, the film received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics. Accessories missing.
Yun embodies the force of water. As the leader of the Warriors, he must spearhead the fight for the defense of the last Lifespring. Yun fights in a flowing style, overwhelming his foes like a tidal wave, exploding like a geyser, crushing like a glacier, eroding like the rain. He is armed with a mighty Crystalline Sword which he forged out of the water form a Lifespring. Yun must lead the fight, yet his benevolent nature dictates that he must not kill his foes.
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