Mass Effect: Andromeda Collectible Pins for Jaal, Peebee, Liam, and the Two Ryders Now Available

Get some of your favorite angara, asari, and human Mass Effect: Andromeda characters in collectible pin form.

on August 5, 2017 1:26 PM

Developer BioWare has announced that a new collectible pin (made by FiGPiN) of Mass Effect: Andromeda character Jaal is now available on The BioWare Store, bringing the collection of Mass Effect: Andromeda pins to five, with a Peebee (Pelessaria B’Sayle), Liam Kosta, and Sarah and Scott Ryder pins being already previously available.

Like the previous pins, the Jaal pin is a 3 inch tall, 2mm thick zinc alloy synthetic enamel pin with highly detailed line work, featuring a patent-pending rubber kickstand backer to stand, pin or display your pin. As for you people who like to keep their stuff in mint condition via keeping them in their packaging, then you’ll be happy to hear each comes in a clear package that is a stand-able PET box with an exclusive background card.

Further, each pin comes with a unique laser-engraved serial number to look up more information on your pin via FigPiN’s official website.

This is notably the fifth of eight collectible Mass Effect: Andromeda character pins coming to the BioWare Store. Each pin is and will be available in a limited quality, with a new pin arriving each month through November 2017.

As you will notice, the remaining crew members yet to receive a pin include Cora Harper, Nakmor Drack, and Vetra Nyx: thus if you’re interested in picking one of those pins up, be on the lookout over the next few months. At the moment it appears the rest of the Tempest crew — Lexi T’Perro, Suvi, Gill, and Kallo — will not be getting their own pin run.

Each pin cost $15 USD (before shipping). Below, you can check out a gallery of each:

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