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Numskull is a merchandising company based in England that produces a wide array of licensed collectibles and merchandise.

Destiny Merchandise


Numskull's collection of Destiny statues began in 2020 with the release of the Exo Stranger Statue. It was initially included as part of the Destiny 2: Beyond Light The Stranger Edition,[1] then later sold individually.[2] The statue was announced in June 2020, and it was unknown as to whether the statue would begin a series of similar statues, or if it was simply a one-off.

Statue lineup as of May 2021

However, this would not long remain a mystery, as the Drifter Statue was revealed in October 2020,[3] with promotional material stating that it is the second in the series of 10" statues.[4] The Drifter statue would come to release in March 2021, at which point there would remain no official word on further statues in the line.

That was until May 18, 2021, when the Eris Morn Statue was announced.[5] This alone would quell any doubts that the line would continue to be ongoing. But a promotional video showing off the statue teases further releases, depicting a silhouette of Cayde-6 alongside the prior three statues.[6] The Cayde-6 statue would be revealed and subsequently made available for preorder on Destiny's 7th anniversary, September 7, 2021.[7]

The statues sell for around $69.99 USD individually, and stand at a height of 10".

Replica Helmets

Revealed on August 25, 2021, Numskull would begin a range of miniature replica helmets based on characters and gear in Destiny.[8] The first entry in the series is a 7" replica of Lord Shaxx's helmet, selling for $59.99 USD and scheduled to ship in November 2021.[9]

Pin Kings


Destiny Gaming Locker


Guardian Crest Keychains

The Parade Crest Keychains were a set of collectible keychains styled after the three class crests introduced in Destiny 2.

Each keychain was sold separately.

3D Ghost Keychains

The 3D Ghost Keychains were a range of collectible keychains styled after various Ghost Shells, mostly those found in Destiny 2 at launch. The line began in 2017, and was produced by Numskull. The first release was a keychain based off of the Generalist Shell, as seen in Destiny, and all subsequent releases took inspiration from Ghost Shells found in Destiny 2.





  1. Numskull. (17 June 2020). Get pumped up and ready for the next chapter of #Destiny2 from @Bungie by grabbing this exclusive 10 inch statue of #TheStranger and a Deluxe Edition code for #BeyondLight.. Twitter. Retrieved 19 May 2021.
  2. Amazon. Numskull Destiny 2 Beyond Light The Stranger Statue. Archived by Wayback Machine 24 July 2020.
  3. Numskull. (16 October 2021). We've heard your requests and now The Drifter is the next character in our Destiny statue lineup!. Twitter. Retrieved 19 2021.
  4. Numskull. Destiny 2: Beyond Light ‘The Drifter’ Collector’s Statue. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
  5. Numskull Designs. (18 May 2021). Eris Morn emerges from the Hellmouth!. Twitter. Retrieved 19 May 2021.
  6. Numskull. (18 May 2021). Destiny 'Eris Morn' Statue First Look!. Youtube. Retrieved 19 May 2021.
  7. Numskull Designs. (9 September 2021). Celebrate seven years of Destiny with this new range of merch from Numskull Designs!. Twitter. Retrieved 9 September 2021.
  8. Numskull Designs. (25 August 2021). In partnership with @Bungie, Numskull proudly announce the first in a range of #Destiny2 helmets starting with the iconic Lord Shaxx!. Twitter. Retrieved 26 August 2021.
  9. Just Geek. Official Destiny Lord Shaxx 7” Replica Helmet. Retrieved 26 August 2021.