Ichiban Kuji One Piece Wano Act 3

Retail Price: 680 Yen

Total Tickets: 80

Released Date: 19 Mar 2022

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

Series Sequel: 81st One Piece Kuji set! 2nd in 2022

We have another One Piece set, this is by far the longest runnig Kuji set in Kuji history, that being said, it doesn’t mean we cannot enjoy the prizes. This is the 3rd Wano Act Kuji so let’s see what they have in store for us!

Prize A (2 pieces)/Double Chance

Top Prize Appearance: 3rd

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Oden doesn’t appear as often as a top prize, so it does feels fresh to see him appearing again. His figure is a little different from the others in the set, he has a background with his catch phrase all around the figure, so feels special and it does have a certain similarity to the WT100 figurines. Definitely one of the prizes to lookout for when playing.

He also appears as a double chance prize, so you have a second shot at winning this!

Prize B (2 pieces)

Top Prize Appearance: 43rd

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Despite this being his 43rd overall figure, Luffy’s boundman form only appears 4 times thus far! So it’s a rare form and no harm pulling this! A great figure showcasing the huge arms when great base effect, feels like a figure I wouldn’t want to miss! Great to have 2 pieces of it.

Prize C (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 21st

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Law seems to be regularly release nowadays, the main highly about his figure is the sword, the sword seems to have a heavy focus which makes this figure a little special. It’s also a rare figure in the set so no harm pulling it as well.

Prize D (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 4th (Remake)

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I am not really a fan of reissue figures, but since Kid doesn’t appear that often and it’s a rare figure, I’ll let it slide. It’s a remake for Hano Dynamite set with his face expression a little more details. Still, if you didn’t manage to pull that figure, you can get this one. Also, it’s a cool looking figure, I doubt people will realize that it’s a remake.

Prize E (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 24th

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Sometimes when you have so many figures being released, you tend to question if they are a remake, reissue or new release. Zoro dons the costume he wore for the Anniversary set but the pose is different, the pose is his classic trio sword pose so quite standard. It’s a rare figure too, so no harm pulling it and nothing too sad if you don’t.

Prize F (1 piece)

Top Prize Appearance: 2nd

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Great to see new characters or rather rare characters in the set! Killer hasn’t appear since his last release in Worst Generation. This figure does feature his blades and different pose, so definitely something to look out for, only pity is that there is only 1 piece of this figure in a set.

Prize G (22 pieces)

Design: 8

Distribution: 2 x 2 pieces each. 6 x 3 pieces each.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Okay let’s get the towel out of the way first. The towels feature different characters, not all are featured in the top prize. The long towels are decent, with Kaido and Yamato design being the better ones and the small towels are just normal as usual. Nothing too outstanding this time round, but pretty standard for a One Piece set, I mean they have so many sets released before, it’s pretty hard to impress us with towels for this anime.

Prize H (25 pieces)

Design: 12

Distribution: 1 x 3 pieces each. 11 x 2 pieces each.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

I have to admit that I am very impress with the artwork for each character. They have manage to make a less appealing prize in the form of a folder into something spectacular. The characters featured in the top prizes are featured designs here, hope to see more characters down the line with the same theme being applied to the folder. This is one of the good way to make a bad prize into something worth appreciating!

Prize I (25 pieces)

Design: 12

Distribution: 1 x 3 pieces each. 11 x 2 pieces each. Blind box.

Prize Rating:

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Lastly we have coasters. They are not that bad but again don’t feel too special as a small prize. The design feels pretty standard and the characters doesn’t have a specific theme. It’s a useful prize, just hope they put in more effort for the design like they do for the folder set.

Last Prize

Top Prize Appearance: 3rd (Reissue)

Prize Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

It’s quite surprising to see 2 remake figures in a set. This figure of Kaido last appeared in Full Force. However, both of the figures are last prize (so no way of pulling them), and the value of the previous one is crazily high so good to have a reissue! You will find value for this figure too so no worries on buying out! You can lookout for a 12- buyout or a 20- with at least one figure inside.

Grading

Big Prize

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Small Prize

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Last Prize

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Variety of Prize

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Odds of big prizes

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Value for Money

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Collector’s Value

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Overall: B-

Conclusion

Good thing about this set is they have great figures, even in their reissue or remake, they are still great. The small prizes are usually the cause of the grading, but if you are used to the Ichiban Kuji format of 1 is to 10 ratio for figures then you should be fine appreciating such Kuji going forward.

Recommendation

5 tickets for a chance to get a figure.

Collectibles? : Oden, Luffy and Killer are figures you might want to collect even if you had their previous releases. Kaido is good to have if you don’t have anyone of his previous figures and the folder set looks great to keep.

Image credits:

https://bpnavi.jp/s/kuji/pc/medias/show_by_key/onep69

Kuji Calculator

[CP_CALCULATED_FIELDS id=”102″]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: