Ichiban Kuji One Piece WT100 Memorial

Retail Price: 700 Yen

Total Tickets: 90

Released Date: 05 Jan 2022

Ichiban Kuji: Selectable prizes for non-blinds small prizes. Double chance included if your country carries this Kuji.

Series Sequel: 80th One Piece Kuji set! 1st in 2022!

The WT100 is a One Piece Popularity contest and so great to see them turning it into a Kuji set. Hope your favorite character is featured in the set too!

Prize A (1 piece)

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Okay not exactly what I expected as the A prize. The Illustration Board has tremendous art, it features a lot of characters and it’s foldable and can be kept as a collector’s item. It’s also a unique piece in a set so definitely has some value, just hope the person who pulls it appreciates it.

Prize B (2 pieces) / Double Chance

Top Prize Appearance: 42nd

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Wow, what a legend, for every 2 sets in existences, Luffy has manage to appear in at least one of them. He is the main character after all so expected. The figure this time round is fantastic, he has a standard base with treasure on top of it and a background of his strawhat crew members, this is really design well!

If you are unable to pull him, you can hope for a double chance win as well.

Prize C (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 20th

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Law is also released almost as often but for a series that runs for 80 sets over the past 14 years, it’s really not that much. His figure looks great too, he has the wood planks from his ship on top of the base and his crew members are in the background too.

Prize D (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 15th

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Ace looks great too, he is standing on top of some planks, most likely from his ship too and he has fire effect, suiting for him. Seems like everyone has their crew members on the background.

Prize E (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 5th

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Shocking to see that Boa doesn’t get figure released that much as compared to the others. She looks amazing here with the heart effect and the standard base effect as well as the crew background is there too.

Prize F (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 9th

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Well we can’t missed out on Sabo since he is also a popular character. He holds his weapon and also has fire effect part and the standard base and crew background.

Prize G (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: Debut!

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Great to see a debut character in such a memorial set! Carrot doesn’t have any effect parts but she looks great with the pose, the holding base could be transparent though but it’s not a big deal as she still has the plank base and the crew background.

Prize H (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 2nd

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Very nice to see that almost half of the top prize figures feature the ladies of One Piece! Yamato holds her signature weapon and has the standard plank base and background crew like every other figures. She also comes with Katakuri in the front of the base so it feels more special.

Prize I (20 pieces)

Design: 12

Distribution: 8 x 2 pieces each. 4 x 1 piece each. Blind box.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Okay, I have to apologize for being harsh towards the mini plates for One Piece vol 100 Anniversary set. The 12 characters here are the ones not being featured for that set! So if you have all design for both sets, you have 24 distinct character including all 10 straw hat crew! Now this is what I call consistency.

Prize J (21 pieces)

Design: 5

Distribution: 1 x 5 pieces each. 4 x 4 pieces each. Blind packs.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Signature boards are One Piece tradition small prizes, normally people would get sick of it but this set outdone itself by giving out really nice design of the signature board! It’s a pity that the design is similar to the illustration board and buyers might feel that the prizes are repetitive, also one issue I have is that all 5 looks like they can form one long art, but nope only 3 of them can form a long art, the other 2 have overlapping design.

Prize K (40 pieces)

Design: 25

Distribution: 15 x 2 pieces each. 10 x 1 piece each.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Continuing from One Piece vol 100 Anniversary set are 25 more folder set that featured vol 51 to vol 100 of the manga cover! 2 folders in every prize! So even if you pull this prize you don’t feel so much of a hassle since you can now collect 25 different designs of folder!

Last Prize

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3 out of 5.

If you are unable to pull the illustration board, maybe buying out would be an ideal choice. But it’s really not a wow kind of last prize, so if you really want it, you can consider a 5- buyout or 13- if there is at least 1 figure inside.

Grading

Big Prize

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Small Prize

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Last Prize

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Variety of Prize

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Odds of big prizes

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Value for Money

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Collector’s Value

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Overall: B-

Conclusion

One Piece just has too many sets thus far, I think buyers might start to feel tired of collecting, still, it’s not a bad set, at least 2 of the small prizes are continuation of previous set and the figures are top notch. Figures are not easy to pull so definitely have value upon pulling them. And again, I think the big illustration board might have make this set a little less desirable.

Recommendation

5 tickets for a chance to get a figure, if not you can collect some WT100 memorial items.

Collectibles? : Either you keep all 7 figures or none of it since they are only fitting for each other. If you are colleting the small prizes from Vol 100 Anniversary then you might want to complete that collection with full set of prize J and K.

Image credits:

https://bpnavi.jp/s/kuji/pc/medias/show_by_key/onep68

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