Blue Protocol Pop Up Shop
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Blue Protocol Pop Up Shop Will Feature More Merchandise

Bandai Namco is working with A3 to open a temporary Blue Protocol Pop Up Shop in Ikebukuro in Tokyo, Japan. This physical shop will primarily sell merchandise that features characters from the online game between May 15-30, 2024. JRE Mall eeo Store will also open online orders for items from it during the same period.

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The merchandise lineup will mostly feature seven characters: Feste, Jake, Einrain, Tyris, Aerinse, Carvain, and Tia. Some of the items will appear at random when purchased individually. However, A3 will also sell complete boxes that let one obtain every unique item in the collection. In addition, A3 will hand over a random bonus postcard for every 2,200 yen spent on the new merchandise.

Here is the full list of items in the temporary shop, along with their prices in Japanese yen:

  • Acrylic Card: ¥660 for a random single item or ¥4,620 for the complete 7-in-1 box
  • Acrylic Plate Badge: ¥770 for a random single item or ¥5,390 for the complete 7-in-1 box
  • Acrylic Stand: ¥1,815 individually
  • Smartphone Ring: ¥1,540
  • PIICA (Glowing IC Card): ¥1,980
  • Flake Stickers: ¥660 for a full set of 6

The Blue Protocol Pop Up Shop will be temporarily available at Ikebukuro Sukima Store on May 15-30, 2024. It will feature merchandise based on the online game available in Japan on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X.


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