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All One Piece Card Game Sets (In Order)

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Grab your DON!! cards and get ready for battle, as we check out all One Piece Card Game sets!

Considering how long One Piece has been around, debuting as a manga in 1997 and an anime in 1999, it’s surprising that the current One Piece Card Game didn’t arrive until 2022! 

Though there was a One Piece Collectible Card Game in 2003, it failed to make much of an impact on the CCG community and disappeared fairly quickly – which is a fate that the current One Piece Card Game seems to be successfully avoiding.

Despite only having been around for a short time, publishers Bandai have done well to expand and support the One Piece Card Game with numerous, regular releases of new sets.

What sets can you get your hands on, though?

Let’s find out, as we check out the complete list of all One Piece Card Game sets!

1. Romance Dawn – OP-01

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The first One Piece Card Game set launched in December 2022, having debuted with pre-release events taking place in September of the same year.

Romance Dawn featured 121 cards, and as well as the booster set, four different Starter Decks were also released.

Unsurprisingly, the first Starter Deck (by numbering) featured the Straw Hat Crew, with the other three decks being as follows: Worst Generation, The Seven Warlords of the Sea and Animal Kingdom Pirates.

We still think these are among the best Starter Decks for One Piece – as you’ll see if you check out our best One Piece Card Game Starter Decks article.

Naturally, with Romance Dawn being the very first set for the One Piece Card Game, it has probably the hardest job of any set release. Just like any TCG or CCG (you can find out more in our handy guide to the difference between TCG and CCG article), it has to build a player base from scratch.

So Romance Dawn needed to create the basis for players to try the game and keep coming back, in the knowledge that there’s going to be at least two types of player: existing One Piece fans drawn in by the license, alongside curious, existing card gamers looking for a new experience.

The latter type of player are the hardest to keep hold of, so a debut set has to introduce enough mechanics to keep players interested in the game, but not too many so they’re overwhelmed and revert back to more familiar games.

In our opinion – despite unusual, but clever mechanics such as DON!! cards and the concept of Life cards – it does an admirable job.

The One Piece Card Game could have been a lazy reimplimentation of familiar Trading Card Game mechanics, but to its credit, it does bring some great new ideas to the table.

Plus the cards, including numerous special treatments and alternate art variants, are absolutely gorgeous.

2. Paramount War – OP-02

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In the One Piece saga, there was no bigger event during the Great Pirate Era than the Paramount War.

It was a huge, devastating conflict – with surprising losses on both sides. 

With confirmation of the existence of the One Piece itself arising from the war, it’s perhaps one of the most important chapters in the entire saga so far.

So it makes perfect sense to follow up the debut Romance Dawn set with one focusing on the characters involved in the Paramount War.

What’s new here in comparison to the first set though? 

Well, two new Starter Decks were released alongside (or just ahead of) Paramount War – One Piece Film Edition (as ST-05) and ST-06, Absolute Justice.

One Piece Film Edition is a deck themed around characters appearing in the movie One Piece Film Red, using Purple cards.

Purple coloured cards were introduced in Romance Dawn, so this deck felt more like an extension of cards and mechanics already in the game.

Absolute Justice, however, brought Black coloured cards into play – as did Paramount War in general.

These cards lower the cost of an opponent’s cards, then knock out low cost Characters – meaning that this deck – and the Paramount War set – brought some great elements of control to the One Piece Card Game.

3. Pillars of Strength – OP-03

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Accompanied by just one new Starter Deck – Big Mom Pirates – the third One Piece Card Game set, Pillars of Strength, introduced Yellow cards.

Just like the Black cards, Yellow cards were another form of control; in this case, they’re good at adjusting Life totals – either yours or your opponent’s!

Pillars of Strength brought together enemies of the Straw Hat Pirates various places in the One Piece saga – being themed around East Blue, Water Seven, and Whole Cake Island.

OP-03 has been a hugely popular set – we’ve even featured it in our most valuable One Piece OP03 cards article, which shows just how sought after some of the cards in the set have become!

Pillars of Strength – given its popularity and the sudden skyrocketing in value of its cards – goes a long way to demonstrating that the One Piece Card Game really seems to have found a willing and eager audience.

Though far from the mainstream success behemoth that Disney Lorcana has become, it’s fair to say that One Piece is a much more niche proposition than a hundred years worth of Disney characters.

It’s also becoming even more popular – and, dare we say it, mainstream – thanks to the live action Netflix series that’s just debuted.

So we here at Card Gamer – having seen plenty of CCGs, TCGs and even LCGs (check out our article ‘What Are Living Card Games’ for more on those!) come and go over the years – believe that the One Piece Card Game is setting itself up to be around for a very long time.

Not unlike the manga and anime it’s based on!

4. Kingdoms of Intrigue – OP-04

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Following the release of Pillars of Strength, One Piece Card Game fans were treated to two decks built around specific characters, rather than crews.

These were the Monkey D. Luffy and Yamato Starter Decks; perhaps the most surprising thing is how long it took to get a deck based entirely around series protagonist Luffy himself!

Luffy’s deck is all about control and directing your attacks, whereas Yamato – another deck themed around a specific character – is a more defensive style deck.

Kingdoms of Intrigue as a set – based around the battles of Alabasta and Dressrosa – does something very interesting with the Leader cards in the set, in that they’re all multi, rather than mono, coloured!

Allies and enemies from the Alabasta and Dressrosa arcs of the One Piece saga appear in Kingdoms of Intrigue, which also feature plenty of cards that work well with the Monkey D. Luffy and Yamato decks.

5. Awakening of the New Era – OP-05

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Beyond Pillars of Strength, numerous new products will be coming to retail – several of which will celebrate the 1st anniversary of the One Piece Card Game.

As we mentioned in our best One Piece Card Game Booster Boxes article, there’s currently very little information available on what OP-05, Awakening of the New Era, will contain.

However, we do know that Skypia Arc and Revolutionary Army characters will be the theme of the set – and that One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda will be providing new illustrations for some of the cards included!

The set will also include a 1st Anniversary Special Card – once we know what that is, we’ll be sharing the details here on Card Gamer.

Regardless of the lack of information available on this particular set, we’re watching the horizon for further sets and new innovations to come for the One Piece Card Game – everything we’ve covered so far is just the beginning, so exciting times lay ahead for Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates – as well as their many friends and enemies!

Where Can I Buy One Piece Card Game Products?

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Despite its popularity, the One Piece Card Game does seem a little difficult to get hold of at retail.

However, under each section we’ve included buttons for each set at different online stores, so you should be able to track down the cards you’re after!

Thanks for checking out our lost of all the One Piece Card Game sets! While you’re here, check out our list of the most valuable One Piece cards – again, just remember that the game has only been around for a year, so it’s amazing that the cards can sometimes command such massive prices!

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