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World of Warcraft Figures: Premium Series 4

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Introduction to Blizzard’s fantastic universe

Blizzard Entertainment originally came up with an idea of a real time strategy video game comprising of a medieval fantasy world inhabited by different creatures alongside humans such as elves, orcs, warlocks, necromancers, demons, gnomes and dwarves and many others.

The Warcraft franchise kicked off with Warcraft: Orcs & Humans in 1994. The game was a big success for Blizzard, it introduced its own unique style real time strategy which clicked with the fans and thus the Warcraft franchise was on the move and turn into a series.

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness was released in 1997 and Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos was released in 2002 all of the games along with their expansions were successful.

World of Warcraft was the fourth in line and released in November 2004, this time the game was a massively multiplayer online role playing game or MMORPG, as the fantasy saga continues in the fictional world of Azeroth where different races collide, more races were added to the mix and each character of the game excellently defined which is the reason Warcraft franchise with its extra-ordinary cinematics is so popular as it features the most exotic and beautiful creatures such as the female Draenei, Blood Elf babes and the Night Elf babes.

World of Warcraft is the most popular MMORPG with subscribers going beyond 11 million and still growing. It also has three expansion sets which are The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King and Cataclysm, with such a high fantasy settings which often reminds of Tolkien’s epic novels the Warcraft franchise also produced novels and comics, the World of Warcraft comics are published by the DC Comics.

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World of Warcraft IV picks up the saga from where the Warcraft III ended, mighty alliances have been made and different armies of Azeroth divided into two main political factions struggling against each other, the heroic Alliance consisting of the races of Humans, Night elves, Draenei, Dwarves, Gnomes and the Worgen and the dark rival faction of the Alliance is the Horde consisting of the Orcs, Trolls, Tauren, Undead, Blood elves and the Goblins.

Hallow’s End Nemesis: The Headless Horseman Action Figure

The Headless Horseman is a menace who strike fear into the hearts of all, the world of Azeroth also happens to have a Headless Horseman unleashed at the Hallow’s End an annual celebration just like the Halloween.

The cursed dark knight wielding a fiery sword and riding his creepy black horse wrecks havoc on the villages of the Alliance and the Horde as well, the Headless Horseman is a cursed undead and a formidable foe for any great warrior of Azeroth.

Moonkin: Wildmoon Action Figure

There are many strange and exotic creatures in the land of Azeroth but when it comes to strange looking beasts it won’t be any stranger than this creature with the traits of an owl and a bear, this creature has deer like horns and a body which is a mixture of owl and bear traits.

Wildkin possess the ferocity of a bear while also the wisdom of the owl, they will fight viciously against the forces of evil such as the undead but they are gentle and kind to the forces of good.

These Wildkin are sacred creatures for some while considered abomination by others. The Night elves hold these huge owlbears in high regards and consider them to be the guardians of the nature itself.

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