Aside from alternate faces, Pit also has swappable hands. He comes with a pair of open, holding, and fists. There’s also an extra right hand that’s posed to hold an arrow in a drawn back position.
Accessory wise, Pit comes with his trusty bow. There’s also a translucent blue arrow and gold rings that can be slid over it. While the iconic bow and arrow look is good, I actually prefer the bow separated into two curved swords. It just looks a bit more dangerous.
Pit’s last accessory is a little Monoeye enemy from the games. This little pink tentacled eyeball with his sarcastic/bored look is fantastic. And it’s even made better by the fact that the eyeball is articulated. Just turn the bottom tentacle and you can have him look around in apathy. You’ll probably be seeing this guy pop up in future reviews…
The Monoeye comes with his own stand, but can also use the traditional Figma stand that’s included for Pit.
All around Pit is a great figure. He’s on par with both Samus and Link, and definitely makes another great addition to a Smash Bros. shelf. You should definitely be careful on those softer plastics, but I wouldn’t consider that a deal breaker for a fun little figure that can pull off some nice poses.