One Punch Man - The Strongest


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Figurines are action figures of characters that you’re able to recruit to display on your Home screen. These figurines keep track of the improvements applied to their corresponding characters. As you improve these characters and collect more, you can activate stat bonuses that will get applied to all of your characters. In our Figurines Guide, we will discuss this Home sub-feature and how it can help boost your team’s overall combat strength.

One Punch Man - The Strongest is the mobile game adaptation of the popular shonen manga and anime series that centers around the titular One Punch Man. Players can’t play as Saitama himself but they’ll be able to recruit various heroes, villains, and more to form a powerful team they can use to clear the various game content.

You can find the Figurine option within the Home Screen. Whenever you recruit a new character, their corresponding figurine is added to the display case. At the same time, increasing the (limit break) stars of the individual characters will also count towards the Plan and Target stat bonuses. This can get confusing at first but do read one as we’ll do our best to simplify it.


First, let’s focus on the Groups section on the left side of the screen. Each group of characters belong to this group and are related to a similar theme one way or another. Before a character’s figurine can be added to the display, the character’s respective Group needs to be unlocked first. You can have up to 18 groups in total and you have to meet the requirements to unlock the groups linearly. You can still recruit characters whose groups aren’t unlocked yet though their progression (or actual recruitment) won’t be counted towards the rewards and stat bonuses applied to all characters that you own.



You can tap the rewards chest in the lower-right corner of the screen to view the possible rewards related to a group. There are two types of rewards that you can work on: Collect Reward and Star Reward. Each group has its own Collect and Star Reward chests.

Collect Reward

There are three sets of rewards that you can collect by simply recruiting the characters belonging to the group. Since recruitment is heavily reliant on gacha, collecting all rewards will entirely depend on your luck or funds (if you’re a spender). In the example below, I’m still


Star Reward

Similar to the Collect Rewards, there are also three reward sets that you can eventually unlock by increasing the Limit Break stars of the characters that are part of the group. Once the total number of stars of the characters in the group meets the reward set’s requirement, you’ll be able to collect the rewards.



The Plan allows you to activate stat bonuses after meeting the required number of 3-star characters. In the screenshot below for example, you need to own (ANY) 3-star characters belonging to the selected group in order to apply the Activation Plan 2 stat bonuses for everyone. Any characters in the group that can be upgraded (and you have the corresponding resources for it) will have a green upward arrow in the top-right corner of their portraits. You can conveniently tap the character with this indicator to be taken to the character’s Limit Break screen. From there, you can complete the Limit Break process and improve the character’s star.



The target window shares the same condition as the Star Reward category in the Rewards chest. Target requires you to reach the required total number of stars among all members of the group. It doesn’t matter which characters that you’ll star up first; as long as you reach the total, the Activation Target stat bonuses will be activated and applied to all your characters. Similar to the Activation Plan screen, you can watch out for the green arrow indicator on some characters; tap them and select Upgrade to be taken to their profile window so you can improve their stars (if you have the necessary material)



Similar to the Plan and Target activation bonuses, you’ll be able to add more stat bonuses to all of your characters by increasing the Awakening Stars of the characters belonging to the selected group. Awakening is a separate process altogether, and only applicable to characters with at least 3-stars via Limit Break.


Base Bonus

You can get new bases through the Reward chests once the requirements have been met. New bases provide stat bonuses that are also applied to all characters in your roster. It is ideal to have all new bases with the stat bonuses to be properly installed on any displayed figurines.


Costume Bonus

Finally, we have a separate category for Costumes. When you obtain new costumes, they’ll be added to this collection. There seems to be no Reward Chests as well though the stat bonuses that you might unlock in this category will still be applied to all of your characters.


That concludes our Achievements Guide in One Punch Man - The Strongest. Please check out our online guide for the game and other articles for more One Punch Man - The Strongest content!

Paul, Staff Writer

PaulPaul, also known as 'vhayste' is a top guide writer who has been covering games for us for many years.

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