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Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Ichiban Kuji Includes Master Sword Light

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Bandai Spirits will open up a Ichiban Kuji lottery for prizes based on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom in Japan. You’ll be able to try your luck from May 9, 2023, and it’ll cost 750 JPY ($5.60). Including the Last One Prize and Double Chance Campaign, there’ll be nine possible types of prizes. Both the A Prize and Double Chance Campaign prizes are the newest versions The Legend of Zelda Master Sword. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

The prizes in the The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Ichiban Kuji lottery are:

  • A Prize: Master Sword light
  • B Prize: Canvas board
  • C Prize: Old toga style blanket
  • D Prize: Mug cup
  • E Prize: Stationery collection
  • F Prize: Small pottery and porcelain plates
  • G Prize: Metal charm collection
  • H Prize: Rubber Korok charms
  • Last One Prize: Clock
  • Double Chance Campaign: Master Sword Light (Double Chance Version)

The Master Sword light looks like the The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Master Sword, though with the blade portion shining. You can use it with the stand so that it’s a desk lamp. You can likely also hold it in your hand like a flashlight. As for the stationery collection, it seems like there’s a memo pad, folders, and notebooks.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will come out for the Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023. The Ichiban Kuji lottery for it will start from May 9, 2023. In Japan, you’ll be able to pull for these prizes in places like convenience stores.

Related: Who is Ganondorfs Voice Actor in The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom on Gamepur

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