If you’re headed to San Diego Comic-Con in July, you don’t want to miss out on visiting the Blizzard booth! Blizzard is raiding SDCC once again, and we’re excited to give you a sneak peek at this year’s exclusives and premiere merchandise. On top of snagging these exclusives and brand new, never-before-seen premiere items, you’ll want to check out the other exciting stuff happening around our booth over the course of the weekend.
Our San Diego Comic-Con exclusives are a limited run produced only for the convention, so make sure to grab them early. If you’re tuning in from home, we’ll have several different items featured on the Blizzard Gear Store (gear.blizzard.com) after the event.
Nether Faerie Dragon Plush
Catch one if you can! This soft and huggable fey friend is made of premium plush materials and features wings you can pose and a tail with over 50 points of articulation. The exclusive Comic-Con Nether variant is limited to 2,000 pieces. (Standard Faerie Dragon coloring coming to the Blizzard Gear Store soon™!)
Funko Pop! Vinyl—Primal Kerrigan
Back from her vacation on Zerus, Kerrigan has got her groove back and gone primal! Primal Kerrigan is an SDCC-exclusive variant of her Pop! Vinyl figure and is limited to 2,500 pieces. (The non-exclusive variant Funko Pop! Vinyl Kerrigan is available now.)
Cute But Deadly Cloaking Zeratul
He’s cute. He’s deadly. He’s invisible-ish (and so is his box). Blizzard’s Cute But Deadly figure line continues with this comical cloaked variant of the not-so-comical Dark Templar (limited to 2,500 pieces).
Whimsyshire Treasure Goblin Plush
Trapped among the rainbows and unicorn meadows of Whimsyshire, this Treasure Goblin’s gone (adorably) native! Catch one for a lifetime of snuggles . . . or don’t and regret it forever. This Whimsyshire variant is limited to 3,500 pieces. (Standard Treasure Goblin coloring coming to the Blizzard Gear Store soon™!)
Premiere Items (also available on the Blizzard Gear store after San Diego Comic-Con):
Wonder how much of an effect linked auction houses will have on the price of stuff that's sold.
It's a great news ^^
I approve of this change.
Hmmm, connected AH sounds interesting... My guess is that the effects will be quite hard to predict... The common trade stuff I guess will hardly be affected at all, their price is very near across servers. The really rare stuff will probably get more expensive as more potential customers are available. The semirares, though, will be tougher to estimate. My guess is that they will be cheaper, but it depends on such things as trends and where we are in the expac. When we draw close to the endgame the raid pots will be as expensive as always...
SELL SELL SELL
I would have preferred they merge auction houses across servers and keep them faction-exclusive, so they could bolster economic availability for weak server factions (and also outright weak servers!) without losing the Alliance/Horde split. Though that would mean needing some serious AH interface and functionality updates (maybe like Guild Wars 2?) as the current system is already awkward without addons on even moderately populated servers. But after all, it's just the Auction House - the fact that your new pants were made by a blood elf isn't as important as supporting gameplay.
Finally, low population realms will have auction houses that actually sell stuff!
WHA?We are supposed to be at war from each other.Not buying stuff from opponent.Oh well, kind of mimicking real life, I guess.Everything is for profit.Wonder when we are going to be able to do economy embargo on opposite faction."For one month, all Alliance players on X realm are not able to use AH at all, unless they surrender player M to be trial by combat because of his low level ganking."
I hope there's a way to tell if I'm buying from an alliance, I'd rather support my Horde brothers if given a choice.
You should make it so people can buy in bulk, instead of having to click each one individually. It really sucks buying one cloth at a time, spending 20-30 min because some bloody moron put them up individually.
l would suggest downloading some good addons like TSM or Auctioneer.
Oh good thinking I need things, and flying to Tanaris or Booty Bay is a pain. Should make the AH game of wheeling and dealing crazy. I like it.
I have some mixed feelings about this. It's pretty fun to watch the economy go crazy, but moving items between the Horde and Alliance Auction houses was a great way to make gold that I actually enjoyed.
Something will change: no more neutral AH in exotic placesno more cross faction valuable (and expensive) recipes to tradeno more only-faction stuff (btw, where will this stuff go? lost?)no more exclusive transmog and appareance...would you add something in my list?