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TRIVIAL PURSUIT: World of Warcraft
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- 600 questions with varying degrees of difficulty
- Custom designed box top art
- Custom Baby Murloc movers
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1 x World of Warcraft Trivial Pursuit Quick Play Game. For the first time ever, Trivial Pursuit partners with the massive multiplayer online role-playing fame: World of Warcraft. Challenge and test yourself with 600 questions of the world, dungeons, villains, loot and more. An epic adventure awaits all heroes who answer the call. Ages 12+. 2 or More Players.
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How well do you know World of Warcraft? Now with World of Warcraft Trivial pursuit, show off your knowledge by overcoming 600 questions of geography, lore and more. Game play 100 trivia cards with 600 questions covering six categories: Geography (Locations), Player Characters, Lore, Loot (Items), Enemies, Encounters Roll the die and move the number of spaces indicated to determine the category question. If the question is answered correctly, the player may take another turn. Players must answer a question correctly on a wedge space to get a scoring wedge from that category. Includes 100 trivia cards with 600 questions covering six categories Game board features custom World of Warcraft art Custom Baby Murloc movers Custom trivia card box featuring World of Warcraft art 6 traditional Trivial Pursuit scoring tokens Great for Gift giving Family game nights Trivia lovers World of Warcraft collector's item.
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RISK: StarCraft Collector's Edition B0079PWFJS
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 6 x 3 in||15.75 x 10.5 x 2 in||18 x 27 x 0.5 in||11 x 21.5 x 11 in|
|Item Weight||1.05 lbs||2.11 lbs||3.5 lbs||0.55 lb|
Top Customer Reviews
Upon first picking up the shipping box, I thought there must have been an error. It was so light. But upon opening... yes, the game was within. And it was small! It can be picked up with a single hand across the top.
Nothing inside lived up to the expectation. The board is a four-square fold out, but so small! The normal circular wedge-holders easily cover two whole spaces! That's why you get the (molded plastic) murloc movers!
The questions? I wish I had done a little math... the Amazon listing boasts 600 questions. Do simple math... that's only 100 question cards. Most Pursuit Genus editions have several hundred cards in each of their card boxes. Oh, that's the other thing. I expected with a specialty version of Pursuit to probably just have one card box of questions. Nope. A third of a card box... and no card box! The question cards, upon being unwrapped, are going to just slide around in the bottom of the game box.
Mind you, not everything is bad about the production of the game:
1 Flipping through the cards, I did find a good mix of questions: many I got right, many I SHOULD have gotten right, and many that stumped me.
2. The sculpt on the baby murloc movers is, admittedly cute. They're newborns climbing out of their shells. When I realized what they were, I will admit it... I said "Awwww..."
3. The die has a nice murloc image with the number on each side. Admittedly, it's printed and not etched, but still, looks nice.
4. All the graphic are classic WoW, which is nice.
Overall, I was expecting a little more. It will be a fun novelty game in my collection, might even get a play or two! Just be aware of exactly what you're getting. And, keep in mind, a full version of Pursuit is significantly more expensive... with the scaled back price, you get a scaled back game.
I've had some great fun playing this with my fiancée, who has also played Warcraft for years and loves the lore behind it all.
They is a big variety in the questions, and a lot of them too. The player tokens look great, made to a high quality. The whole package is the sort of quality you would expect to be fair. I have no complaints about that.
The only slight con I have, as someone who knows the games lore very well. Is that for me, it could do with more questions about the lore of the game. Granted, every question ties into the World of Warcraft theme, rather than the greater Warcraft universe.
And that while there are some trickier questions in there that many may slip up on. The questions in some categories are very easy, even someone relatively new to the game would find them easy. One such category is the "Character" one, and I can't say I've come across a tricky one yet.
But anyway, I wouldn't have that stop anyone buying this game. Like I said, its great fun to play with a few other WoW minded friends. If you know Trivial Pursuit then you know how it works, its no different. Only the questions are on our favourite topic! :)
Hope this somewhat helps!
The thing that really surprised me (and bumped a star off the rating) was the size of the game. It's tiny! The game board itself is probably half the size of normal Trivial Pursuit and the key in the corner that tells you which icons relate to which categories is a little tough to read for an old lady like me. Otherwise the icons themselves maintain the painterly/cartoony art style from the game so I was very pleased about that.
The questions themselves are all about World of Warcraft. If you've never played Warcraft I-III or read any of the novels, you will still be able to answer the questions with ease. The game was released during MoP so questions are about the game as it is in 2013 so players who started later don't need to worry about "trick" questions about vanilla quests that no longer exist in the game. I personally found the questions to be pretty easy, maybe one in a dozen that I didn't know right off the bat. But then again I'm a Loremaster who's been playing since launch so take that for what you will. I expect that it would be a great deal more challenging for someone who played less, skipped content, or periodically took time off from the game.
Still a very fun game and looking forward to playing it again.