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We are now on our 30th Funko NFT drop (with physical redemption) and this time we are visiting the world of Dungeons And Dragons.
Funko Dungeons & Dragons NFTs drop March 14 @2pm ET.
There are five great-looking physical Funko Pops to collect based on the popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.
If you want to be a true adventurer, read on to learn more.
Funko offers the usual two NFT packs at launch - a Standard ($9.99) and a Premium ($29.99) option.
|Pack||Amount Released||No. of NFTs||Launch Price||Launch Date|
The drop is the same size as Funko Looney Tunes NFTs and on the smaller side compared to the recent drops we have seen.
If this is your first Funko NFT drop, the only difference between a standard and premium pack is the number of NFTs inside. For example, there are no perks for buying a premium pack over three standard packs.
Packs will be available on launch day on Droppp.io and can only be bought with a credit/debit card. The drop is limited to $60 per transaction and you can rejoin the queue to buy more, but this is highly unlikely due to demand.
You can enter the pack queue around 10 minutes before launch (the 'Purchase In' timer will change to 'Join The Queue').
If you fail to grab packs at launch, you can buy from the secondary market (guide further down).
In general queuing is not a level playing field unless you know some inside tips. When you enter the queue, you are randomly assigned a position once the drop begins. If you arrive after the cut-off time, you will join the back of the queue.
You can have multiple positions in the queue by using Mozilla Firefox and the containers extension. This allows you to open up multiple tabs that separate cookies, allowing for numerous unique queue entries. Droppp will block a queue entry from the same account once you reach around 7 entries.
So many are multi-tabbing the queue that you're at a serious disadvantage if you don't do this. If you can't beat them, join them.
I would also avoid joining the queue on mobile. Too often you will get the dreaded 'your moving around too much' due to the dynamic nature of a mobile IP address. You will lose your position in the queue or will be blocked from buying.
Finally, if you are trying to buy on a shared network, like in an office, you can also get the message that 'you're coming on too strongly' and that you are already in the queue when you aren't.
This is because someone else on the shared network will also be trying to access the drop, so I would avoid this if possible to avoid being kicked out as it's difficult for you to control.
Acerak, Gelatinous Cube, Tiamat and more get the Funko NFT treatment.
Everyone wants to get hold of those rare legendary and grail NFTs, so here are your pull odds:
|NFT Rarity Type||No of Templates||% Odds Of Unpacking||Total Circulation||Per Unique Template|
|1 of 1||3||0.005% (0.015% Premium)||3||1|
|Series Coin||1||10% (30% Premium)||6,000||6,000|
The odds of a grail pull is a respectable 302/1, more than a 50% difficulty drop compared to House Of The Dragons NFTs.
Take a look at the average pulls for Dungeons And Dragons NFTs based on the packs you plan to rip!
Simply input how many Premium and Standard packs you plan to buy. You can also change the cost of the packs to match any secondary market purchases (simply work out your average $ rate per pack type).
You will also see the cumulative probability of a Grail Pull. Just a fun way to show probability with the more packs purchased.
The actual outcome of any given pack purchase will still be subject to random chance. Pack opening should just be for fun, if you want a specific Funko Pop from the drop then I highly recommend you buy from the secondary market.
A 1-of-1 is an ultra-rare, non-redeemable but very valuable NFT. The odds of pulling from a standard pack is 19999/1 for this drop. This will appear as a bonus 6th slot within your pack.
A premium pack gives you the same odds as pulling a 1-of-1 as 3 standard packs (6665/1). There are a total of three 1-of-1 NFTs available for this drop, featuring both Freddy Funko in gold, silver and bronze variants.
A Series Coin is another bonus collectable NFT (non-redeemable) that will also appear in the 6th slot if pulled. The odds for pulling a Series coin in a standard pack is 9/1 and 2.33/1 in a Premium Pack (which is the same odds as buying 3 standard packs).
Ever wondered how many Dungeons & Dragons packs have been opened? The number of Legendary or Grail NFTs still to be found? Or the top account holders of each redeemable pop?
Head on over to the excellent Pop In Stock Dungeons & Dragons NFT tracker.
There are a total of Five Dungeons & Dragons Funko Pops! to collect.
Acerak is the Funko NFT Grail of the drop, Freddy Funko as High Elf is the Royalty, whilst Demogorgon, Displacer Beast and Owlbear make up the Legendary.
Four of these can be claimed by collecting the Grail (limited to 999) and the three Legendary (limited to 1,640 each) NFTs.
Even if you are not a Dungeons & Dragons player, there are some great-looking pops here.
The grail, Demogorgon and Displacer beast look really neat Funko Pops. Owlbear could also look good, the glam does look a little on the dull side, but it's nice to see another horizontal box.
Learn everything you need to know about redeeming your physical Funko Pop! in our ultimate guide.
All redemption dates for all Funko NFT sets can be found here:
The Royalty collection reward is claimed when you complete the entire 65 NFT set (excluding legendary, Grail, Series Coin and 1-of-1).
In simple terms, if you collect all 27 common, 17 uncommon, 13 rare and 8 epic variants from the set, you'll have completed the Royalty Collection and will be able to redeem an exclusive Freddy Funko As High Elf (above).
The royalty set is always popular when a Freddy Funko is up for grabs, so he will likely be another popular one to collect. I do wish they went for something a little more creative, like a crazy Tiamat Freddy:
Grail, Legendary and Royalty redemption coins will be distributed to you on July 12 2023 (the full 65 NFT Royalty set needs to be in one wallet, not across the two). You will then have 30 days to redeem your physicals by August 11, 2023.
All Dungeons & Dragons Physical Funko Pops! are expected to be shipped in Q4 2023.
If you are new to Funko NFTs and can't wait to get your hands on some of the epic redeemables, here are a few things you need to get started.
You will need to sign-up for a Funko Droppp wallet.
This wallet allows you to store your new Dungeons & Dragons NFTs, keep Acererak and the gang safe, open Funko packs and redeem physical rewards.
Learn how to register for a free or paid account, open packs, redeem physicals and more in our ultimate Droppp guide:
You may miss out on the launch day drop, have the thirst for more Funko Packs, or want to buy singles to finish off your Royalty set.
To do all of this, you will need to buy from the secondary market. To get set up you will need a WAX cloud wallet .
Droppp and WAX Cloud are two completely separate NFT wallets, but it is possible to transfer your Funko NFTs between them which is needed to trade on the secondary market.
When we talk about the secondary market, we mean a peer-to-peer marketplace such as AtomicHub. You can learn how to buy NFTs from the AtomicHub in our article below:
There is also a new pay-by-credit card option on AtomicHub that I haven't yet tested but will write a guide soon. You will still need a WAX wallet to use this feature.
You can also use WAXP tokens to purchase from AtomicHub. Read our guide below and learn how to buy WAX:
Download the neat TokenHead app (owned by Funko) to view and sort all your Funko NFT collections.
Here is an awesome guide on how to install and use this app: