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Monopoly: World of Warcraft Collector's Edition
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- Custom game board designed by Blizzard, features the faction capitals and zones from the virtual world, Azeroth
- 6 collectible tokens voted on by the fans
- Custom sculpted houses (Towns) and Hotels (Cities)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
MONOPOLY: World of Warcraft
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"Time is money, friend." Descend into a realm of myth, magic, and legendary adventure with the World of Warcraft Collector's Edition of Monopoly. Now is your chance to dominate the epic lands of Azeroth and beyond with cunning economic strategies. Buy the ominous Twilight Highlands and feel the presence of the Old Gods in the air. Trade for Scourge-infested Icecrown to gain complete control of the coveted Northrend zones. And for the ultimate power play, seize the mighty faction capitals: Orgrimmar and Stormwind. When you own it all and reign supreme over your opponents, victory will be yours.
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|Item Dimensions||15.75 x 10.5 x 2 in||6 x 6 x 3 in||18 x 27 x 0.5 in||2.17 x 10.55 x 15.79 in||10.5 x 15.88 x 2 in||9 x 20.5 x 10.25 in|
|Item Weight||2.11 lbs||1.05 lbs||3.5 lbs||2.25 lbs||2 lbs||2.05 lbs|
Top Customer Reviews
- Same-sized property and chance/chest cards, slightly wider than Monopoly Money.
- Clean and spacious formatting (font, layout, art) on all items. Visual theme is true to Warcraft with bright, deep colors and current characters of lore.
- Currency is g! (WTB [Primal Might] 115g!, lol) Somewhat obvious what it stands for, but I do not believe the game defines it anywhere.
- 6 tokens easily distinguishable from quite a distance.
- Color Sets corresponding to ascending leveling zone in WoW. Brown (purple) = L1-15, Light Blue = L15-30, Pink = L 30-45, Orange = L 45-60, Red = L60-70, Yellow = L70-80, Green = L 80-85, Blue = Org and Stormwind. No two properties have too-similar sounding names. Utilities are "Kezan Electric" and "Gnomeregan Waterworks." Railroads are methods of transportation.
- No Color Set group names. I wanted to see a nice name description for each region grouped together.
- Luxury tax is on the board for 100g??? Simply ludicrous.
- Some pieces (Murky, flight path boot) do not stand upright reliably.
- Sky Blue $10s, look like the darker, purpler $50s. Perhaps better than yellow 10s looking like tan 100s (which I hate), maybe. We solved by removing the 10s entirely.
- My poor mecha-gnome arrived broken at the elbow. Looks easier to super-glue than send back, but I have not done it yet. Personally I think gnomes suck so its my least favorite piece of the six anyway.
Would definitely buy as a gift or even as a sealed collectable. I am not sure however if consumers with my tandem passion and experience for both WoW and Monopoly are so common. I am 23, a WoW subscriber for 70% of the last 6 years, and a lifetime Monopoly fan.
The peices are very fragile and not well thought out as to functionality.. the Doomhammer player peice arrived with a broken handle, the Murky peice has bent legs and cant stand by itself, the flight boot peice cant be placed flat due to bad molding.
The money is referred to as the in game currency "Gold" but yet is paper money in the standard format.
The 4 board corners are not WoW themed which is a missed opportunity, instead they are the standard "Go", "Jail", "Free Parking", and "Go to Jail".
The board and pieces are all high quality, as I've come to expect from all Monopoly games. I do feel like the player pieces could have been made a bit larger, but they are still good quality, regardless of size. One of them won't stand up, but that's no biggie.