Is it the Pumpkin King? Sort of! The Halloween-themed Skeleden Hallowden King gives you a basic orange Pheyden with lots and lots of Pumpkin Spice armor. It has black painted bits and bright yellow eyes, plus your choice of two different heads. And alternate armor. Plus swappable limbs... but not hands or feet. You've got a lot of options here.
The 2 3/4-inch figure is the same old Pheyden you love, but with all that extra armor to build him up into something different. With the alternate heads, it's effectively a wholly different figure, and the price isn't terrible given the option parts you can use to modify this or your other Glyos figures.
The first Skeleden Standard [FOTD #1,141] came out way back in 2015, and this Halloween flavor was a part of a big monster wave for Halloween in 2018. That one was red and white - this one is mostly orange with some black. The orange armor casts a shadow with dark eyes over the body, but the arm and leg armor is just unpainted and seems fine as-is. The figure has spikes on its Skeleden heads, but the axe has some swell painted eyes on the "bony" side. The "muscley" side has lots of strands, but is unpainted orange plastic.
The Pumpkin King-ish look is a good one, reminding you of so many pumpkins, carved with glowing eyes on doorsteps around your town. Or kicked in. Maybe your neighbors are monsters. It's a really nice colorway for the season, and one I hope Onell Design revisits with other molds. Could you imagine a Gobon Jack-O-Lantern of some sort? It would be glorious.
Skeleden figures tend to not come around much, and some can be found on eBay ranging from "cheap" to "what no I'm not paying that." This one hasn't been on lately so I don't know what it goes for if it comes up for sale, but if it does you ought to buy one for your Halloween display at home. It's marvelous, colorful, and most of all, fun to fidget with. Mostly. I'm in the minority but I kind of hate the extra shin and wrist armor, the pieces are a very tight fit.
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