Konami has put up a neat collection of figurines that can fit in the palm of your hand, all inspired by the "Pot of" series of cards. The package is made-to-order, meaning that you won't be able to buy it after the preorder period is over (not officially, anyway). We have a dedicated article on those cards, but for now let's focus on the Pot Collection itself.
The collection will cost 160 EUR or your regional equivalent, not including shipping. I'll contain the following minifigures:
- Pot of Greed
- Pot of Generosity
- Pot of Avarice
- Pot of Benevolence
- Pot of Riches
- Pot of Acquisitiveness
- Pot of Duality
- Pot of Dichotomy
- Pot of Desires
- Pot of Extravagance
- Pot of Prosperity
- Spirit of the Pot of Greed
- Moray of Greed
- Shard of Greed
Each figure will have a size of approximately 1.9-3.1 inches (48-79 mm) in height. All but the last 3 figures on that list will also come with a display base that's approximately 3.1 inches (~ 79 mm) in diameter. Aside from the figures themsleves, you'll also get a copy of each corresponding card, plus a special quarter century anniversay foil of Pot of Greed (purely a display piece, as the card itself is banned).
The collection is expected to ship in Fall of 2023. Check out the official site if you're interested in placing an order and to find out more details about the collection (such as eligible countries for shipping). North American players interested in the collection, you'll need to go to a different shop to place an order. Latin American players, you also have a different website to pre-order from.
If you're looking for other ways to celebrate 25 years of Yu-Gi-Oh, Konami is also re-releasing the first Legendary Collection and 5 of their old boosters as regular packs.
What do you think of this collection? Are you going to buy it? Let us know in the comments below!
You really have to like these pots to display them in your home - the miniatures reflect the art well, but that just means they are ugly :/
They know their crowd : I like pot! ^^
Not well enough: This is two months too early.