First and foremost, what is Roblox? This block-style building and collecting video game has been out since September 1, 2006, and had been in development for two years before that – since 2004. Digital collectibles (clothing and accessories for your avatar) have been a Roblox community staple for over a decade. However, the first set of physical Roblox toys came out in February of 2017. This Series 1 was comprised of the following:
- 24 “mystery box figures”
- 1 “6-pack assortment”
- 6 “core figures”
- 2 “game packs”
Series 1 was groundbreaking in that it signified the release of physical collectibles (Roblox had been selling digital collectibles for many years) to markets that were interested. For those that love the Roblox video game, collecting toys was a natural progression and incredibly rewarding pastime; after all, the Roblox toys are modeled after in-game characters and some of the biggest names in the game!
Roblox Toys and A Note About Collectibles
As with any collectibles, individual pieces have their own rarity and demand. These factors determine what a collector is willing to buy them for – this is the item’s presumed worth. Additionally, physical Roblox collectibles are still in their infancy – having only been in production for about five years. Like any other collectible, prices will continue to rise over time. For these reasons, we will not be going into details and prices for each toy.
While there are several “super rare” and incredibly expensive digital Roblox items, physical toys tend to be less expensive. There are, however, some rare characters, and their prices fluctuate, depending on supply and demand. Most collectors hold onto their characters, however, and single collectibles rarely enter the marketplace. When they do, they get scooped up fairly quickly.
Much like we’ve seen with Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh! collectibles, as the generation that played these games and watched these shows ages into adulthood, collectibles from a game like Roblox in the late 2000s and early 10s will continue to increase in demand. Bearing this in mind, let’s take a look at the collectible toys that have been released so far.
Collecting Each Series of Roblox Toys: Series Timeline
For collectors, owning each figure from each of the following series is the dream. Spanning five years and offering even more virtual collectibles in each series, Roblox toys have captured the art of collection on a new, playful level. We’ll take a look at how many toys are in each series, the different multi-pack sets, and how each set falls on the timeline.
Unless otherwise specified, each series came with 24 mystery box characters and 8 core characters. Most sets also came with at least two “game packs” with two figures and at least 1 “6-pack” with six figures.
Roblox Series 1
Released in February of 2017, this is the original set of Roblox toys. This set is comprised of 40 separate characters. The multipacks that came with this set are the Work at a Pizza Place Game Pack, the Roblox High School Game Pack, and the Champions of Robloxia Multipack.
Roblox Series 2
Series 2 was released in August of 2017, just six months after the first set. Series 2 also included two vehicle sets: The Neighborhood of Robloxia Patrol Car and the Apocalypse Rising 4×4 Vehicle Pack. There are 52 total figures in this set, some of which come in multipacks: the Zombie Attack Playset, the Punk Rockers Four Figure Pack, the Prison Life Game Pack, the Mad Studios Mad Pack, the Collector’s Tool Box, and the Legends of Roblox Multipack.
Roblox Celebrity Collection – Series 1
Announced on November 28, 2017, the first celebrity series began a new installation of Roblox toys for collectors. This first “Celebrity Series” included 56 characters, including the following multipacks: the Fashion Icons Four Figure Pack, the Neverland Lagoon Game Pack, The Plaza: Jet Skiers Game Pack, the Fashion Famous Playset, and the Superstars Four Figure Pack.
Roblox Series 3
Roblox toys series 3 was released in January of 2018, just five months after series 2 and includes characters like Assassin!, Bloxburg Car Salesman, and Captain Hoover. There are 53 characters in series 3, one of which comes with a vehicle (The Abominator Vehicle Pack). There are also two twin packs: the Swordburst Online Game Pack and the Innovation Labs Game Pack. Three four-packs also made their way into series 3: the Disco Madness Four Figure Pack, the Robot Riot Four Figure Pack, and the Operation TNT Playset. Finally, a six-pack set of developers was introduced in series 3 via the Masters of Roblox Multipack.
Roblox Celebrity Series 2
The second celebrity series was announced on August 23, 2018. This set includes 45 characters, including one vehicle set called the SharkBite: Duck Boat Vehicle Pack. There are also several multipacks in this set: the Stylz Salon & Spa: Makeup Four Figure Pack, the Soro’s Fine Italian Dining Game Pack, the Game Dev Life Game Pack, the Where’s the Baby! Game Pack, and the Club Boates Game Pack.
Roblox Series 4
Series 4 of Roblox toys was announced and released at the same time as the second Celebrity series. This set includes 57 separate characters, one of which is a vehicle set: the Jailbreak: Swat Unit Vehicle Pack. Much like other sets, series 4 contained several multi-pack sets: the Chicken Simulator Game Pack, the Fantastic Frontier Game Pack, the Mount of the Gods Game Pack, the Days of Knights Four Figure Pack, the Heroes of Robloxia Playset, and the Citizens of Roblox Multipack.
Roblox Series 5
Series 5 was released in January 2019 and includes 47 characters, with no vehicle set in this series. There are, however, several multi-packs: the Legendary: GateKeeper’s Attack Game Pack, the Neverland Lagoon: Salameen the Spider Queen Game Pack, the Jailbreak: Great Escape Playset, and the Night of the Werewolf Multipack.
Roblox Celebrity Series 3
The Celebrity Series 3 was released between Series 5 & 6. There are 48 characters in celebrity series 3, including the following multi-pack boxes: Egg Hunt: The Great Yolktales Game Pack, Neverland Lagoon: Tales of FeyDorf Game Pack, Dance Your Blox Off Playset, Build a Billionaire Heiress Four Figure Pack, and MeepCity: Meep Hospital Multipack.
Roblox Series 6
Series 6 – released in July 2019 – was the largest yet, containing 60 characters; series six did not contain a vehicle set. There are several multi-pack sets in series 6: the Cannoneers: Battle for Jolly Island Game Pack, the Forger’s Workshop Game Pack, the Murder Mystery 2 Game Pack, the Phantom Forces Game Pack, the Star Commandos Four Figure Pack, the Jailbreak: Museum Heist Playset, and the Summoner Tycoon Multipack. Series 6 also introduced a new set of 4 singles in the “Desktop Series.”
Roblox Celebrity Series 4
Shortly after series 6 was released, celebrity series 4 was released to collectors. This series is comprised of 44 characters, 12 of which were in multi-packs: the Freeze Tag Game Pack, the Heroes of Robloxia: Ember & Midnight Shogun Game Pack, the Pet Simulator Game Pack, the RoBeats Game Pack, and the Mischief Night Four Figure Pack.
Roblox Series 7
Released January 2020 and with 42 characters, series 7 contained much less than the previous full set. Series 7 only contained 4 core figures, but it also contained the following different figures: the Phantom Forces: Tactical Genius Desktop Series, and the Welcome to Bloxburg: Mechanic Mayhem. This set also contained the following multipacks: the A Pirate’s Tale Shark People Game Pack, the Dominus Dudes Four Figure Pack, and the Q-Clash Multipack.
Roblox Celebrity Series 5
Released shortly after series 7, celebrity series 5 gave collectors a new series to search for. This series only had 2 core figures and contained two multipacks: the Enchanted Academy Game Pack and the Vesteria: Dark Forest Four Figure Pack. Celebrity series 5 was the smallest series, sitting at only 32 characters.
Roblox Series 8
Released on August 2020, Series 8 contains 60 characters, 2 of which come with vehicles (Jailbreak: The Celestial Vehicle Pack and Tower Battles: ZED Vehicle Pack). The multipacks available in series 8 are as follows: the Escape Room: Pharaoh’s Tomb Game Pack, the Ghost Simulator Game Pack, the Apocalypse Rising 2 Multipack, the World Zero Multipack, and the Meme Pack Playset.
Roblox Celebrity Series 6
Released alongside series 8, celebrity series 6 included 33 characters with no vehicle sets and only 3 multipacks: the Adopt Me: Lemonade Stand Game Pack, the Star Sorority: Enchanted Evening Game Pack, and the Adopt Me: Pet Store Playset.
Roblox Series 9
This series was released at the beginning 2021, containing 45 characters and no vehicle set. The multipacks in this set are Roblox’s the Wild West Multipack, the Super Doomspire Multipack, the Vampire Hunters 3 Game Pack, and the Make a Cake: Cake Monster Catastrophe! Game Pack.
Roblox Celebrity Series 7
Shortly after series 9 was released, celebrity series 7 began to release in waves, mainly at Target. This series contains 34 characters with no vehicle sets. The multipacks in this set are the Bloxy Awards: Film Crew Game Pack, the Playtale Inventor Pack Game Pack, and the Adopt Me: Backyard BBQ Multipack.
Roblox Series 10
Series 10 was released in July of 2021 and contained 75 characters, a new record for the franchise. Series 10 also contained one vehicle set: the Car Crushers 2: Grandeur Dignity Vehicle Pack. Multipacks in series 10 include the Site 76: Prison Anomalies Game Pack, the Skate Park: The Rail Game Pack, the Field Trip Z: Principal Boss Multipack, the Tower Defense Simulator: Last Stand Playset, the Dungeon Quest: Fusion Goliath Throwdown Playset, and the Ninja Legends Playset.
Roblox Celebrity Series 8
Released in August of 2021, celebrity series 8 contains 33 characters and has the following multipacks in the set: the Pet Show Multipack, the Wizard Cats Game Pack, and the Kingdom Simulator: Thunder Saint & Sword Saint Game Pack.
Series 11 & Celebrity Series 9
While not all figures are out just yet, these two series will, presumably, contain the following toys as seen on the following pages: Series 11 & Celebrity Series 9. They are scheduled to release in early 2022.
Common Questions About Roblox Toys
Now that we’ve covered each independent set and some of what you can expect within each, let’s take a look at some commonly asked questions about Roblox toys.
What’s The Difference Between Toys and Roblox Virtual Items?
Now, the physical Roblox toys do come with virtual codes that can be redeemed in the Roblox game. However, the toys should not be confused with the virtual items themselves. For example, if you purchase an opened box for a toy, it is highly likely that there will not be a redeemable code for that virtual item. Most toys have a specific virtual item that they come with, while other toys have a random virtual item attached to them. Virtual collectors may need to purchase multiple physical toys, then, to receive every virtual collectible.
Roblox Toys Come With Redeemable Codes: How Does That Work?
As mentioned above, each toy comes with a redeemable code. In order to redeem your Roblox virtual item, you must first scratch off the silver coating to reveal the item’s code. Once you have your code, head to the Roblox website to redeem and claim your item. Roblox has created this guide to help those who need to redeem codes. Once a code has been redeemed and claimed, it cannot be used again on another account.
Why Are Some Toys So Expensive?
As we discussed in a section above, collectibles will always fluctuate in price. However, toys for which a small number of copies were made will always be more expensive. This is a result of simple supply and demand economics. In the collectible world, an item’s worth is defined only by what someone is willing to pay for it.
How Is the Quality of the Roblox Toys?
With the exception of known production issues, Roblox toys are very well made. Quality assurance for these toys is outstanding, and very few complaints have been made. Since this collectible series is in its infancy, there doesn’t seem to be any grading system yet; however, don’t rule it out as the toys begin to age. Furthermore, bear in mind that toys in their unopened, original packaging will always retain their value much better than those that have been opened and displayed.
Are you a Roblox toy collector? What’s your favorite character? Do you have a favorite series that you’ve almost completed? What’s the most you’ve ever paid for a single character? Leave us a comment below!