Retail Price: 900 Yen
Total Tickets: 70
Released Date: 22 Jan 2022
Ichiban Kuji: Selectable prizes for non-blinds small prizes. Double chance included if your country carries this Kuji.
Series Sequel: 11th Re Zero Kuji, first in 2022
Re Zero does not appear that often so great to see another set early this year! Generally it’s a good series with good top prizes and plenty of interesting small prizes, so let’s see what we have for this time round!
For full prize list from previous set, do check out Re Zero Ichiban Kuji Full Prize Index List
Prize A (2 pieces) / Double Chance
Top Prize Appearance: Debut!
I like that Bandai is continuing the Art Scale series and this time we have Echidna! She looks beautiful just like the other Art Scale that was previously released. Definitely the prize to look out for and if you have been collecting the previous figures, this definitely has to be added into your collection.
You can also hope for a double chance win if you fail to pull it!
Prize B (2 pieces)
Top Prize Appearance: 6th Solo, 9th Overall
With a great A prize, they can always give you something lousy for the other top prizes. This is not the case, we have a outstanding figure in Rem, she looks cute here in her devil winter costume and definitely good to be added to your collection. It’s a figure so nothing bad for pulling it anyway.
Prize C (2 pieces )
Top Prize Appearance: 2nd
Great to see Beatrice once again, I believe it’s been a year plus since we last saw her figurine. She has the same devil winter theme costume with Rem so that’s great too, if you don’t have a Beatrice figurine, this will be a good one to be added to your collection!
Prize D (1 piece)
So we will always be getting at least one non-figure top prize and this time round is a tapestry with Rem, Ram and Emilia in some cool looking outfit. Not a bad design, not a bad prize just not for everyone, but don’t worry, it has value so nothing bad for pulling it.
Prize E (18 pieces)
Distribution: 2 bowls x 4 pieces each. 2 saucer x 5 pieces each.
Wow, in some Kuji you are getting bowls as a top prize, overall, you are getting them as a small prize! Yes we are paying more for the ticket cost but to have it as a small prize and getting the same quality and fantastic design sure is a catch! Bowls look great, the saucer is a bit shorter in height but the design is definitely outstanding! You won’t feel bad for pulling it!
Prize F (24 pieces)
Distribution: 12 x 2 pieces each.
We have more acrylic stand here and they all look cute. All designs are different characters and it looks great if you display all 12 of them! This is the lowest tier prize for the set but it doesn’t feel so bad if you were to pull them. They are 8cm long so definitely not small.
Prize G (21 pieces)
Distribution: 6 x 2 pieces each. 15 x 1 piece each. Blind box.
Always excited to see mini figures! They make the set looks so good and you don’t feel like you are losing out the moment you pulled a mini figure! The characters are all repeated from previous set, but they have shiny glossing effect this time round! So they definitely are not the “same” compared to their previous release! You can use this chance to get the characters that you missed previously or simply just collect the new ones!
In case you did not pull A or win the double chance, you can consider buying out to get Echidna Art Scale! This variant has the cat ears so you might even want to collect both variant!
This is a great figure to encourage a buy out nevertheless. You can lookout for a 20- buyout of 30- if there is at least 1 figure and at least 9 mini figures left!
Variety of Prize
Odds of big prizes
Value for Money
A great Kuji set, which is not surprising at all given given the quality of prizes. You shouldn’t feel too bad for pulling anything here!
10 tickets for a chance at A or at least some mini figures or B or C or lookout for a buyout.
Collectibles? : A or Last is definitely worth keeping. The mini figures are great to keep too. B and C if you are a hardcore fan, if not just focus on the Art Scale.
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