Nerf has announced its first League of Legends blaster designed after the Jinx Fishbone. The toy shoots three darts at a time from its 18-dart revolving barrel. While it may look like one of the best guns Nerf has made, it is also going to cost you quite a lot of money. Nerf will sell the Jinx Fishbone for $170 under its Nerf LMTD brand. The brand is the same division that has worked on the likes of the Destiny 2 Gjallarhorn rocket launcher, Halo Needler and other limited toys.
Nerf has designed the Jinx Fishbone to work by pulling back on the toy’s top fin to prime the spring-loaded piston. You’ll then pull the trigger and send three darts flying at your family members. This toy is a bit simpler than other LMTD releases. It doesn’t have any lights or sound effects but it does come in a cool-looking box.
Of course, like other Nerf LMTD products, this won’t release in South Africa. If you’re a die-hard fan of the toy and League of Legends and simply can’t live without it, you’ll have to import it from Amazon.
Nerf LMTD is a premium, fan-focused line from the Nerf brand that brings you some of the most iconic items from entertainment and video games. Jinx is one of the most popular characters in League of Legends. This loose cannon lives to wreak havoc with blasters that unleash the loudest blasts and brightest explosions, especially with her beloved rocket launcher dubbed “Fishbones.” Jinx gleefully brings her own chaotic brand of pandemonium wherever she goes, and you can do the same with the Nerf LMTD Jinx Fishbones blaster, which is inspired by her blaster in LoL. The 18-dart capacity drum has 6 clusters of 3 darts, so you can blast enemies with a 3-dart burst each time you pull the trigger. Includes 18 Nerf Elite foam darts and a Jinx-style display stand. Everything comes in premium, display-worthy packaging. The mouth manually opens to access the drum. Eyewear recommended (not included). No batteries required.