The popularity of the Fate/Grand Order mobile game in Japan is astounding. Its financial effects have been so substantial that it was even featured on financial news site Bloomberg for its ranking on the Japanese app markets. The game will be available in the U.S. and Canada this year, and these goods might get you even more pumped for its release.
Each try at the new “Ichiban Kuji Fate/Grand Order” goods lottery will cost 620 yen, and all customers are guaranteed to win a prize of some rank. Here’s a look at what you could win:
A Prize — A2 Size Art Wall Scroll (3 types)
Winners of this prize can choose one of three designs: Tamamo no Mae (Lancer), Elizabeth Bathory (Brave), and Jeanne D’Arc Alter Santa Lily. Each wall scroll measures 16.5 x 23.4 inches.
B Prize — B3 Size Visual Art Board (1 type)
This art board measuring 13.9 x 19.7 inches features a Valentine’s Day image of Mashu Kyrielight.
C Prize — Visual Towels (8 types)
These towels feature illustrations of the female characters that were originally prepared for a summer 2016 event. Winners of this prize can choose the 100cm (about 39″) towel of their liking.
D Prize — Acrylic Board (4 types)
These plastic boards with limited edition illustrations from the game’s Craft Essences on them come with stands to prop them up. Winners of this prize will receive one of the four designs at random.
E Prize — Acrylic Stand (15 types)
These 15 different stands feature illustrations of the Fate/Grand Order “Saberface” characters (along with Mashu and Dr. Romani) in the art style of Banpresto’s super-deformed “Nimoji Series Poya” series of illustrations. Winners of this prize can pick one of these cuties at random.
Last One Prize — A2 Size Wall Scroll (1 type)
When a customer draws the last lot, they are given the “Last One Prize”: a wall scroll of Saber Miyamoto Musashi on a background of maple leaves and a Japanese rock garden.
For every lot a customer draws, they are able to apply once online for a “Double Chance” prize. 50 lucky winners will receive a set of all three A Prize wall scrolls.
The lottery will be available at hobby shops, book stores, arcades, and select Lawson convenience store locations in Japan beginning on May 27. You can check for a full list of stores at Banpresto’s official website (note: this page is in Japanese).
Fate/Grand Order can be downloaded from the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store (Japanese only). An English release is planned for the United States and Canada sometime this year. The anime special inspired by the game—Fate/Grand Order -First Order— can be viewed with English subtitles on Daisuki, Crunchyroll, and AnimeLab.