Loot Crate November Unboxing: Magical

This month’s theme for Loot Crate was Magical, and its contents do not disappoint.

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This month’s Loot Crate theme was Magical. No, not in the sense of how amazing it was; it was literally magical. For anyone who wishes to delve into the world of magic and its wondrous possibilities, this Loot Crate is a must-have. Bringing together some of the world’s most known mystical franchises, the Magical Loot Crate delivered another incredible collection of merchandise. Tread carefully, this is only for those seasoned in the mystic arts. You have been warned.

Doctor Strange Q-Fig

Magical’s figure came in the shape of the Sorcerer Supreme himself, Doctor Strange. This Q-Fig features incredible detail of the hero, who made his film debut earlier this month.

Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of the mystic arts master is apparent through this figure, and even features pictures of him in action on the side of the box. Donning his Cloak of Levitation and The Eye of Agamotto, looters are sure to feel protected from the forces of evil with Doctor Strange sitting on their shelf.

Big Trouble in Little China / Escape from New York Comic

Kurt Russell fans rejoice, as this clever cross-over comic features Kurt Russell meeting Kurt Russell. Jack Burton and Snake Plissken join forces to take down the evil sorcerer Lo-Pan, an old nemesis of Jack.

The first comic released of what is set to be a six comic set, this comic is a nostalgic blast for fans of both Kurt Russell films, and pays homage to two hugely successful films. It definitely fits this month’s theme. What’s more magical than Kurt Russell taking on the forces of evil with Kurt Russell?

Fantastic Beasts Obliviator Shirt

Another fantastic film released this month, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” was the theme for this month’s shirt. With a reference to the Magical Congress of the United States, you will be able to promote the role of Obliviator, someone who wipes the memories of no-mags (those without magical powers).

Recruit more wizards to join the fight to protect the secrecy of the wizarding world, and do your part in keeping muggles blissfully unaware of the magical world right beneath their noses.

Game of Thrones Journal

The night is dark and full of terrors, a warning not to be taken lightly from the Red Woman. This gorgeous journal is perfect for keeping all of your plans and ideas safe, and even contains a brief detailing of the Red Woman’s impact in the Game of Thrones series.

The quality of the book is phenomenal, and is only matched by the quality of the series it is based on.

Elder Scrolls Collectors Pin

Fans of Bethesda’s colossal gaming franchise, The Elder Scrolls, will instantly recognise this pin. The pin shares a striking resemblance to the Ouroboros, an image which depicted a snake eating its own tail.

This pin matches the logo for The Elder Scrolls Online game, which represents the three alliances all in conflict, where the dragon is devouring the eagle, the eagle is devouring the lion, and the lion is devouring the dragon. Pretty deep stuff Bethesda. Not only this, but the pin comes with a bonus gift of the Imperial Edition upgrade for players on PC/Mac; a gift that just keeps on giving.

The Magical Loot Crate is hands down one of the best Loot Crates yet, and delivered a plethora of mystic goodies for fans of the magical world.

Next month’s theme is Revolution, and will be featuring loot from Assassins Creed, MR. ROBOT and Firefly, not to mention a special Funko Pop Vinyl to boot. This is definitely something to look forward to over the holiday season.

This article is sponsored by Loot Crate. For those of you who are interested in checking out Loot Crate, you can use code: GAMURS to get $3.00 off.

What was your favourite piece of loot in this month’s crate? Leave your comment down below, or tweet us @GAMURScom.

Jordan Aldridge-Payne is an esports journalist for GAMURS and can be reached on Twitter @mrjordanap.