Woot crate.

I came home and joy of joys, a box was waiting for me.

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Not just any box of course, but a Loot Crate. The greatest discovery for me in the past month was discovering that these items could now be purchased in Australia.

What is a loot crate?

Yes I hear you asking that, and I’ll explain. Loot Crate is a monthly delivery in which you receive a cardboard box full of goodies based around a theme. This month the theme was “Titanfall”. Opening the box, I was greeted with the following:

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Who am I to argue with what the box says? I want to apologize for the quality of the photos, they’ve been taken with my Samsung Galaxy Potato.

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So being my first Loot Crate I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed. Inside, I got the following:

  • Monthly Loot Crate Magazine
  • Large Titanfall shirt, which is apparently a Loot Crate exclusive based on the shirts owned by the development team. That’s pretty freaking awesome.
  • An Attack on Titan sweat band. Attack on Titan is an anime/manga that is apparently popular, though I only know it for this.
  • Speaking of Attack on Titan, the crate also came with the first issue of the English manga. I’ve never really watched the show, but this will give me an opportunity to read it and see if I like the story.
  • A Titanfall Lanyard. This will be pretty good for when I go to PAXAUS at the end of the year.
  • A magnet. Just a simple one that says “Attack on Titanfall”. GET IT? BECAUSE THE CRATE IS FULL OF TITANFALL AND ATTACK ON TITAN THINGS.
  • A coupon giving me a free digital copy of the Titanfall strategy guide. If I end up buying the game, it will be useful.
  • Lollies because lollies. Lollies.
  • A badge, commemorating the loot crate.

After all that, there’s just some coupons for gaming related things that I probably won’t end up using. Anyway, it’s definitely worth the money coming in at twenty dollars. I’m pretty happy with this and honestly can’t wait for next month’s crate. I have no idea what will be coming in it, but I’m pumped.