Great to see another Fate Order Kuji and this one comes with Figures so that’s good. It’s the 26th overall Kuji for this series, so fans should be excited about this.
Retail Price: SGD15 / 780Yen
Total Tickets: 70
Released Date: 9th October 2021
The ticket cost is more expensive than usual due to the yen cost, the total tickets is lesser so hope that means easier to get better prizes.
Prize A (2 pieces)
Cryptor makes his debut here as a top prize. It’s great to see new characters and Fate Order is one of the few Kuji that actually has unique characters for their top prizes, so older figures will have value because they don’t usually get another one made in the future and newer ones will be attractive as they have never been released, good for them.
Prize B (2 pieces)
The second Lancer figure but the first female Lancer in the series, looks hot and definitely one of the favorable figure. Only 2 in the set so hope you are able to pull at least one of them.
Prize C (2 pieces)
The first Caster plush, so unique prize, however, charging expensive tickets and giving a plush for the top prize doesn’t seem very fair. Not sure the rationale behind it, hope the prizes are the back are better.
Prize D (2 pieces)
The other caster spell, this one has been released twice before but in different costume, and again, I believe fans will feel shortchanged as we are being charged more for tickets but not given more figures but instead given plush.
Prize E (10 pieces)
Do you know what’s funny here? This is the first time Fate Order Kuji feature a small towel and ironically for the ticket cost they are giving us a small towel, I mean the least they could do is give us long towels right? The design does look good.
Distribution: 5 designs, 2 pieces each.
Prize F (18 pieces)
The charms does look good but again for $15 tickets Bandai should really be giving us more and not standard items that we can get from $13 tickets. The design looks okay.
Distribution: 10 designs, 8 has 2 pieces each, 2 has 1 piece each.
Not blinded and not hard to get all as well.
Prize G (16 pieces)
The visual art looks good too, again it doesn’t feel like a $15 Kuji, feels very normal.
Distribution: 9 designs, 7 has 2 pieces each, 2 has 1 piece each.
Not hard to get all designs too.
Prize H ( 18 pieces)
So strange to get 2 charms per set but this charm is acrylic charm while the other is a rubber charm. Looks good too, just for $15, the value isn’t there.
Distribution: 10 designs, 8 has 2 pieces, 2 has 2 pieces in a set.
Not blinded too, so easy to get all 10.
Wow seriously?? For $15 tickets, they could in the least gave us a figurine, but no, more plush and the plush is the variant of D. Not sure if anyone would buyout for this, so maybe expect the buyout to be 6 or less given no big prizes are left.
|Criteria||Score (Upon 10)||Remarks|
|Design||7||Overall theme looks okay.|
|Top Prizes||8||Figure looks good, the plush is really just decent, they should totally gave us more figurine.|
|Small Prizes||5||All small prizes don’t feel like they should belong in a $15 Kuji set.|
|Last Prize||5||Variant of C|
Plush, not that high in demand
Might not trigger a high buyout
|Monetary Value||4||It’s actually quite expensive for this Kuji, it’s hard to pull a figure and you will end up getting things that won’t or might not even cover your ticket cost.|
|Collection Value||7||Figures: Good to collect as they might never release the character in the future|
Small Prizes: No long term collection value.
|Overall||60%(C+)||I will say this Kuji has good figure but the expensive cost as well as the small prizes is the reason why this set has lower grades. I mean I really don’t see why they are charging $15 for this set.|
1 to 3 tickets, try luck, don’t even overspend
Good luck for you pulls! Let me know what did you get!