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One Piece Locations is a series of trading figures by Bandai, where each figure is based on the design of one of the One Piece Wii game, One Piece: Unlimited Adventure or One Piece: Unlimited Cruise. The series is noted for its high details even in comparison to other sets released previously.
With the exception of Chopper, figures stands 10 cm in height.
One Piece Locations ～from Wii UNLIMITED ADVENTURE～Edit
There are six figures in total (with two "secret" figures in the set), released on early June 2007 along a piece of candy (a ramune) at a price of ¥300 each box of figure (¥315, VAT included).
- The pose for Nami's figure is a mirrored version of her first figure from the P.O.P. series of figures.
One Piece Locations Unlimited Cruise Episode 01Edit
As previous set, there are 6 figures in total and two "secret" figures, released on late November 2008 along a piece of candy (a ramune) at a price of ¥350 each box of figure (¥368, VAT included).
One Piece Locations Unlimited Cruise Episode 02Edit
Again, there are six figures in total and two "secret" figures, released on early February 2009 along a piece of candy (a ramune) at a price of ¥350 each box of figure (¥368, VAT included).
One Piece Locations Strong WorldEdit
This set is not released along a new release of a One Piece video game but, this time, along the 10th theater movie of One Piece: Strong World. Released in November 2009, the two secret figures are Nami and Robin with pink clothes.
One Piece Locations Strong World 2Edit
This set contains again some characters already featured in the first set but this time in more casual clothes, along others that were missing before. Released late April 2010, it has two secret figures (Chopper and Nami rare color version pearl, i.e. same color but shining version).