Loot Gaming is a monthly subscription box from Loot Crate featuring collectibles, apparel, accessories and more from the biggest and best video game universes. Each box will have $60 in items, plus a booklet/mini-mag and pin.
The items are neatly packed in the box.
There are no other packing materials or fillers inside.
The theme for October 2019 Loot Gaming Box is SORCERY! The card contains a QR code that will take you to the virtual copy of your box insert!
Everything in the October 2019 box!
Rogue Dagger Pin. This month’s pin is the enchanted Rogue Dagger!
Daggers are popular weapons in most games. I think this will look cool on a denim jacket or a cap!
Skyrim College of Winterhold T-Shirt. The College of Winterhold is a guild of mages in the game Skyrim. The College is located in the northern section of the city if Winterhold and the instructors of each magical discipline reside within, offering training and various magical wares to members. For this box, the College is represented by this dark blue shirt.
The shirt features the College’s symbol, which is the eye of Magnus surrounded by 5 spikes.
The print will appear either white or blue, depending on the angle where you look at it. Awesome!
Dungeons & Dragons Castle Dice Roller. I also got the same dice roller from the Loot Crate June 2019 box.
The dice roller features 2 towers and a dragon at the center, and it also comes with a 20-face dice.
The top view shows us the three dice chambers. Also, the slot at the back also has two smaller towers, making it look like it’s being held by towers at each corner.
You can roll the dice on the slots on top and at the back and wait for it to reveal the face of the dice in front, just below the dragon figure!
Elder Scrolls Daedric Helmet Scale Replica. I also got the replica from The Elder Scrolls Crate August 2019 box, and this one from the Loot Gaming box is a Loot Crate variant!
Forged from ebony and Daedra hearts under a red harvest moon, the helm of the dreaded Dremora strikes fear into all who see it — though their lives rarely last much longer.
Should your quest take you beyond Tamriel, to the realm of Oblivion itself, you would be wise to keep this with you.
The helmet is a part of the Daedric Armor set found in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The helmet replica comes in two parts, the whole heavy armor, and a base. The helmet comes with a piece of support underneath that can be inserted on a slot in the base.
It looks more fierce in red! Unlike the first helmet replica I got which has a rustic appeal, this one appears more glossy/shiny.
In the game, the helmet can be found as random loot in chests and dropped as a random loot by Legendary Dragons.
Also in-game, it can be drafted at a blacksmith’s forge, with level 90 Smithing, and a Deadric Smithing perk. You’ll need the following components too: one Daedra Heart, 2 Leather Strip, and 3 Ebony Ingots. The replica is another amazing addition to my display cabinet of amazing gaming loots!
Legend Of Zelda Mini Figure. It’s not listed on the virtual insert, but I also got a mystery capsule featuring the Legend of Zelda!
You can get one out of four figures, and I got the red Link!
The figure’s head is relatively larger than his body. Also, it comes with Link’s sword and shield.
The Sorcery box is finally here, and I got mostly dupes or variants of past items, like the Daedric helmet and the Link figure. I already have the D&D Dice tower, so the new items in this box are the pin and the Skyrim shirt. I hope that the next box will contain zero or fewer dupes. I’m also looking forward to newer items like pins and figures!
What do you think of Loot Gaming this month?