Greetings Looters! Welcome to another unboxing post. This month, we have a new theme: Summon!
Our first summoned item doesn’t require a devil’s trap… or does it? No, this doesn’t. It’s a 1:43 scale version of the Winchester ride: THE 1967 Chevy Impala from Supernatural. I’ll admit that I am not only a fan of this show, but of the car. The first car I ever had was my grandfather’s 1977 Chevy Impala. Yes, Sam and Dean have a ride 10 years older than mine was, but the old Impalas were good, sturdy cars. What makes this an exclusive you ask? Well, how about the fact that it has the original Kansas license plate, not the new Ohio one?
Up next, we have a small vinyl statue of Homer Simpson as the Golden Buddha. It’s true that Springfield’s own has the body of the Buddha, but his teachings are no doubt different. This is most obvious by the statue’s accompanying necklace and pretzel. What do pretzels go with? Beer. Mmmmm, beer.
While I would have preferred a different character, I am a fan of the Pokémon laplander from Bioworld. I grew up with Generation I and the show, so I’ve loved Pokémon for a long time. I’m also a big fan of hats, so I welcome the addition of this to my collection. My only issue is the continued overuse of Pikachu, simply because he’s Ash’s starter. I mean, c’mon folks. Enough with the little yellow electric rat.
The last two items this month are both from Blizzard Entertainment and both correspond to their game, Hearthstone. First of these, is the actual hearthstone stress ball. It’s a cool piece, and well-shaped to hold in your hand and soothe your worries. Second of these is the Hearthstone collectible coin and card pack with an in-game code. I have dabbled in League of Legends, which I understand is similar in concept, so I look forward to trying out this growing game.
Well, that wraps up another great month of loot. What was your favorite thing this month? Let me know in the comments! Until next time, readers, loot on!