A mouse pad.
- WoW Collector's Editions for TBC & WotLK (started late and missed Vanilla Collector's)- WoW and Warcraft RPG books- WoW and Warcraft novels- WoW Board Game- WoW Miniatures deluxe starter- Undead Warlock, Illidan, Human Priest action figures- over 80% of WoW TCG cards, including all but 4 loot cards (I have Turtle, Tiger and Rocket :))
Well, I have a bunch of J!NX shirts, not all of which are WoW related, but I have Welcome to my World, I Survived Barrens Chat, Paladin Class, Home is Where the Hearthstone Is, The Forsaken are Metal, and Wrath of the Lich King for my WoW shirts collection.
I'm not a fan of the WoW comic that's out, kinda lame. :P Although I would like any Warcraft based graphic novels if they exist, I like those.
I play the WoW TCG almost every weekend since it released. Being a long-time magic player (among other TCG's too), I found the WoW card game very fun and balanced for competitive play. If you've ever enjoyed playing a collectible card game in the past, and are into the Warcraft franchise then give this one a try! It's one of the best designed on the market right now.The WoW boardgame Ive had a chance to play twice. It is pretty fun, but extremely epic to actually get through a 6-person game. I think we ran about 10 hours before finally calling it a tie the first time, and about 8 hours to finish the game in our second try. If you like complex epically long board games then I would recommend giving this a try as well, though try and find someone else who has bought it already to try it out since the price is pretty steep.
I'd much rather play Magic: The Gathering than a cheap remakeOh, If you havent actually tried the game out and given it a try on the tournament scene then don't say this. I have played magic off and on for almost 15 years now, and while it is a great game, I would say that WoW is better designed. There is no "mana screw" in wow since any card can be a resource; and being able to equip your hero with armor and weapons to actually get them into the fight is a very cool mechanic that plays extremely well with the classic "spells and creatures" idea that wow and magic both use.
Haha, I actually have NOTHING anywhere in my house, other than my WoW Game Disks and case, that I play WoW. My friend came over (he plays WoW) and looked around and, first thing he said, was "You sure you play WoW?"Was quite funny. But yah... I'm looking into those 3-D Sculpture things. Too expensive, though. $130... holy $@!# lol.
I bought an issue of the comic while on holiday in the US, got the WotLK CE, and have a few shirts and stuff, past that not altogether that much (unless talking to friends IRL about it counts).Edit: I plan to get a figureprint soon as they're available in the UK and I have a decent gear set to use.
I've got the 2009 daily calendar "Year of Fear" and had last years 2008 "Year of Gear" calendar.Also almost finished reading the WOW Archives book - just finishing off the Tirion Fordring short story by Chris Metzen.
I really like the Paladin class shirt, but I'm not a huge fan of the Priest shirt, which is my main.Anyone have any recommendations for other sites like Jinx with wow related shirts? I like the Jinx ones but:1) I'm looking for something a little more subtle2) All the shirts are black.
I played the miniatures game for a very short time, but I haven't really followed up. Mostly I just got WC: Orcs and Humans in 3rd grade at a Sams Club shortly after it came out for the reason that it looked cool for 18bucks. I completely memorized the guide and then followed up with WC2 when it came out and subsequent followups. I really think my most 'notable loot' is actually owning a copy of Tribes as lame as it was.
I'm not really into the wow merchandise other than the actual game. Giving it a thought, I would have to be rich and live in the US, and that ain't happening in the next few years. Also, with 11 million players, WoW is like the beatles, lot of crap out there to expand their money incoming.
So far I've checked out the miniatures game (hooked on this one!), the TCG, the comics, and all the DC Direct figures. I tried to read a few of the novels but they were awful.
My beloved has ALWAYS been into swords/blades. We already had a few shiny sharp objects in the house before we got into WoW.We've looked at some of the WoW shirts and chuckled over the sayings on them, but haven't bought any.The friend who recruited me via "recruit-a-friend" has a bunch of WoW swag though.We haven't gotten a calendar for 2009 yet (eek!) and the Warcraft one sounds like it would be fun to have.
I have nearly complete sets of the core and 1st expansion of the WoW TCG, my wife has a Horde crest shirt, all the novels, the first season of the comic, and the mangas. I'm looking at getting her orc shaman FigurePrinted for her birthday in a few months if they still have production slots available.
i don't have anything other than the computer game
Around 8-10 decks and tons more of TCG cardsMouse padAction figure of the Draenei mageSoundtrackBoard gameAlmost every novel and manga by Richard A. KnaakAll the comicsArtbookThe Blizzard Entertainment DVD CollectionBehind the scenes DVDsAll shared between the me and my lover.No posters or clothing though so we still /fail.My least fave thing is the recent addition in our collection which is the action figure. It was a bit of a pain to get it to stand properly and it's just not as pretty as it seemed. The novels-manga-comics are by far the best thing, I can't wait for the upcoming Arthas - Rise of the Lich King by Christie Golden.
If I had the money, I'd like to buy the comics and novels :(Being poor ftl
I don't own any merchandise other than the comics, unfortunately. However, I would love to represent the great people of Moon Guard's Veritas on one of those guild shirts. I'd also jump on a figureprint if they weren't so insanely overpriced.
I have the money but i would never spend a single cent on something like that :)