It's only been two weeks since the Funko Transformers drop and yet here we are on the eve of the latest Funko NFT drop: Scooby Doo.
It's an exciting time for Funko and those involved in the NFT project. The momentum and excitement is in hyperdrive since the TMNT physicals were released.
Secondary market prices are high and the scooby doo drop will be a hotly contested affair to grab packs at retail (Ruh-Roh--RAGGY!!). It's great to see the buzz and many new faces get involved.
It looks like we've got another mystery on our hands! What's the Scooby Doo NFT drop all about? How do I get started?
Let's grab some Scooby Snacks and shed some light on this mystery.
1. Scooby Doo NFT Packs
There are no surprises with the packs for this drop. Two packs will be available at launch - a Standard ($9.99) and a Premium ($29.99) option.
|Pack||Amount Released||No. of NFTs||Launch Price||Launch Date|
There are 18,750 standard packs that showcase the beloved Scooby-Doo himself on the front, whilst the premium pack is also limited to 18,750 and adorns Shaggy with some tasty Scooby Snacks. Unfortunately Shaggy will only make a digital appearance for this drop, but more on that later.
There is a small increase in packs for this drop, 1,500 more than the previous Transformers drop (split equally between standard and premium).
If this is your first Funko NFT drop, the only difference between a standard and premium pack is the amount of NFTs inside. There are no bonuses as such from buying a premium pack over three standard packs, for example.
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 and you can rejoin the queue to buy more if you are lucky!
2. Scooby Doo NFT Collection & Rarities
The gang are brought to life in Funko's unique NFT style. Animated unmaskings of ghouls and ghosts are a nice touch here and I'm very impressed with what is on offer for this drop.
Everyone wants to get hold of those rare legendary and grail NFTs, so here are your pull odds and more:
|NFT Rarity Type||No of Templates||% Odds Of Unpacking||Total Circulation||Per Unique Template|
|1 of 1||6||0.008% (0.024% Premium)||6||1|
|Series Coin||1||10% (30% Premium)||7,500||7,500|
The drop is a very similar size to the Transformer NFT drop. The main difference for this drop is that the Royalty redemption is limited to only 2k pieces, where it was 2,397 before. They are also spread across more epic NFTs, 15 instead of 12, which will make the Royalty set more challenging than before.
This isn't unusual, it was the same for the Funko Nickelodeon NFT drop. But I do recommend grabbing epics early if you want the Freddy Captain Cutler (oh, I want him too!).
Ever wondered how many Scooby Doo packs have been opened? The number of Legendary or Grail NFTs still to be found? Or who are the top account holders of each redeemable pop?
Now you can with the excellent PopInStock Scooby Doo NFT tracker.
3. Mastery & Physical Redemption
Let's get physical, physical. I wanna get physical. Let's get into physical!
There is plenty to like here with five physical Scooby Doo Funko Pops! to collect and one Funko SODA!
Five of these can be claimed by collecting the Grail (limited to 999) and the four legendary (limited to 1,550 each) NFTs.
It's the monsters and villains that really turn out for this drop. We have The Ghost of Redbeard (episode #5 'Go Away Ghost Ship'), Snow Ghost (episode #17 'That's Snow Ghost'), Witch Doctor (episode #23 'A Tiki Scare is No Fair') and Charlie The Robot (episode #8 'Foul Play in Funland') making up the legendaries.
The Witch Doctor is the second Funko SODA figure, which is really cool to see.
For the grail we have Scooby-Doo himself dressed up as Superman, which he did for the Banning Junction Halloween party.
It's a really cool pop. We did see something very similar with Tommy Pickle in the Nickelodeon NFT release, but it's still one I would want for my collection.
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 125 NFT set (excluding legendary, Grail, Series Coin and 1-of-1).
In simple terms, if you collect one of each Common, Uncommon, Rare and Epic variant from the set, you'll have completed the Royalty Collection and will be eligible to receive an exclusive Freddy Funko as Captain Cutler (above).
A redemption coin will be distributed to you on July 27 if you hold all 129 NFTs in either your WAX wallet or Droppp wallet. You will then have 30 days to redeem your physical by August 26.
This pop is my favourite. Captain Cutler first appeared in episode #2 'Ghost of Captain Cutler' and it's very cool to see Freddy dressed as this classic Scooby Doo villain.
4. New to Funko NFTs?
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 house your new Scooby Doo NFTs, keep Snow Ghost 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:
WAX Wallet & Secondary Market
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.
When we talk about the secondary market, we mean a peer-to-peer marketplace such as the AtomicHub. You can learn how to buy NFTs from the AtomicHub in our article below:
You will also need to buy WAXP tokens to purchase from the AtomicHub. Read our guide below and learn how to buy WAX:
Keep Organised - TokenHead App
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: