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Moana tenue de c?r?monie (Moana)

A superb outfit

For this superb figurine, Funko has represented Moana in her ceremonial outfit with many details. She wears a double loincloth, one red with black patterns and the other shorter with white straw bangs. With this she wears a matching top as well as many ceremonial ornaments: flower bracelets on her legs and arms as well as necklaces of pearls or shells. On the head, we find the impressive ceremonial headdress made of colored bangs, white and orange feathers as well as flowers and purple gems.


A future leader

Moana is the daughter of a Polynesian tribal chief in the Moana cartoon. Thousands of years ago, the demigod Maui stole the heart of the creator goddess Te Fiti and now her islands, including the one on which Moana lives, are dying. Moana, having found the heart on the beach, thinks it is her mission to reunite the goddess with her heart. But her father does not agree. Moana is the future chief of the tribe and going to sea is very dangerous. But despite his prohibition, she decides to go anyway. With the help of the god Maui, Moana will carry out her mission and restore the balance on the small islands of Polynesia. Once back home, Moana participates in a ceremony and accepts to become chief of the tribe while convincing her father that their people must take to the sea again.


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