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Otaku Zone Guide

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Otaku Zone Guide

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Figure Fantasy is a figurine-themed gacha idle mobile game where you collect various figurines that have a life of their own. Outside combat, you can also take care of your figurines and a personal space that you can customize. In our Otaku Zone Guide, we will discuss how this feature works and how to take advantage of its effects.

Otaku Zone Basics

Otaku Zone is a personal space that you can decorate and display your figures in. You can add shelves, backdrops, and other appliances to make the space your own. You’ll start off with a small space but will eventually be able to expand your customizable area, increase the number of figurines you can display, and unlock more features by increasing your Otaku Level.
Otaku Zone Guide

Increasing your Otaku Level requires Toolboxes. These can be earned passively through Adventure Idle, Nightmare missions, and Sacred Tour. Whenever you visit your Otaku Zone, always check your level and use up the toolboxes whenever you can to keep your level updated regularly.
Otaku Zone Guide

As you add more accessories in your zone, the Comfort Level also increases. There will be Comfort Level Objectives or targets that will provide you with rewards and additional privileges once you’ve reached them. To know the targets and the privileges you can unlock, tap the Comfort icon in the upper-right corner of your Otaku Zone screen.
Otaku Zone Guide

Your Zone will also have a load and weight limit which determines how many accessories or parts you can install. You can see the load limit while shopping in the Furniture Store while the weight limit is displayed in the upper-right corner of the screen while in the Arrange screen. The figurines you put for display don't count towards the weight limit.

Finally, you have the option to clean your area; doing so will award you with coins. You can also pick up your individual figurines so you can clean and examine them up close.
Otaku Zone Guide

Otaku Committee

The most useful feature of this zone is the “Otaku Committee” where you can place the top 5 figurines with the highest levels to serve as committee managers. The additional figurines you’ll place will have an instant level boost up to a certain level depending on their quality. This will allow you to use new, low-level figurines in your current teams without spending upgrade materials. Since this level boost is only applicable as long as the figurine is displayed, you’ll need to remove the figurine from Otaku Zone in order to upgrade it using the standard upgrade materials.
Otaku Zone Guide

Furniture Town

This is an option found in the lower-right corner of the screen that allows you to purchase various accessories for your zone like shelves, backdrops, wallpapers, ornaments, etc. There are two types of currencies used here: Ginger Pillow and Fortune Ginger. You can earn Ginger Pillows through collecting Adventure Idle rewards. Fortune Ginger can only be obtained by exchanging 10 Ginger Pillows for 1 Fortune Ginger in Furniture Town.
Otaku Zone Guide

You can only buy a limited number of Fortune Gingers weekly. Increasing your zone’s comfort level will help increase the weekly redemption limit for Fortune Gingers. Items that can be bought using Fortune Gingers have significantly higher Comfort rating so it’s worth stocking up on these currency whenever possible.
Otaku Zone Guide


You can send your figurines for a photoshoot, which will allow you to collect different rewards after the required amount of time has elapsed. The figurines you’ve sent to photoshoots can still be used in combat so you’re not really missing anything. You’re only given at least two tasks per day, with new tasks refreshed as part of the game’s daily scheduled reset.

Don’t worry about not being able to claim your photoshoot rewards immediately. There’s no expiration and you can always claim the rewards for completed photoshoots the next time you access the Photoshoot menu.
Otaku Zone Guide

If you’re not into customizing or not willing to spend too much time editing your Otaku Zone, you should at least take advantage of the Photoshoot deployments and the Otaku Committee features for a better gameplay experience.

This concludes our Figurine Class and Brands Guide for Figure Fantasy. For more Figure Fantasy content, please check out our other pages within this guide.

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