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Gashapon Grand Battle (From TV Animation One Piece) (ガシャポングランドバトル(From TV animation ONE PIECE) Gashapongurandobatoru (From TV animation wanpīsu)?) is a gashapon series produced by Bandai throughout 2002 to early 2004. Each part came with about 10 figures, each inside a capsule sold at ¥100 in gashapon machines. For a part, you could put all the figure stands together to reproduce a particular map.

Gashapon Grand Battle

Released early March 2002 with 10 figures:

  • Ace
  • Mr. 2 Bon Kurei
  • Karoo
  • Chopper
  • Crocodile
  • Luffy
  • Sanji
  • Smoker
  • Vivi
  • Zoro

The 10 figure stands put together can reproduce a global map of Arabasta.

Gashapon Grand Battle Part 2

Released early August 2002 with 12 figures:

  • Mr. 2 Bon Kurei
  • Chopper
  • Crocodile
  • Luffy
  • Miss Doublefinger
  • Miss Merry Christmas
  • Mr. 1
  • Mr. 4
  • Nami
  • Sanji
  • Usopp
  • Zoro

The 12 figure stands can be combined together to reproduce the map of Alubarna, the capital of Arabasta.

Gashapon Grand Battle Part 3

Released early December 2002 with 10 figures:

  • Ace
  • Bellamy
  • Chopper
  • Luffy
  • Mihawk
  • Montblanc Cricket
  • Nico Robin & a South Bird
  • Sanji
  • Shanks
  • Zoro

The 10 figure stands put together can reproduce a map of Jaya.

Gashapon Grand Battle Part 4

Released early March 2003 with 10 figures:

  • Buggy
  • Chopper
  • Luffy
  • Masira
  • Sanji
  • Shoujou
  • Tashigi
  • Teach
  • Van Augur
  • Zoro

The 10 figure stands can be combined to make a global map of Jaya and Skypiea.

Gashapon Grand Battle Part 5

Released mid-September 2003 with 10 figures:

The 10 figure stands can be combined to make a map of Skypiea.

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Gashapon Grand Battle Part 6

Released late January 2004 with 10 figures:

The 10 figure stands can be combined to make an illustration of the Going Merry.

Trivia

  • Each figure's name is engraved in English into their stands. However, some of the English translations are inconsistent with official romanizations:
    • 'Bon Clay' instead of 'Bon Kurei'
    • 'Van Org' instead of 'Van Augur
    • 'Burahamu' instead of 'Braham'
    • 'Eneru' instead of 'Enel'
    • 'Gun Fall' instead of 'Gan Fall'
    • 'Aum' instead of 'Ohm'

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