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BlizzCon swag is always a big deal, sometimes resold on the internet for more than the price of a ticket itselfi! TZKooPA managed to score his bag of junk early, and we’ve got some exclusive high-resolution pictures of its various contents. There’s a full gallery with close-ups of individual items after the jump, but here’s the selection in its entirety:
Not attending the event myself, I couldn’t tell you precisely what each item is, but most of it seems to speak for itself (such as the various coupons and notices). The marquee swag this year seems to be the exclusive 2010 Authenticator, a StarCraft II Trial Edition (though who at the con doesn’t own it already?),and the Dethling, which appears to be a Deathwing-themed statuette (pictures in the gallery). And, of course, who can forget the Murloc Marine Battle.net portrait and Deathy in-game pet?Continue Reading
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If you were curious as to how terrifying Deathy, the murloc mini-pet awarded to Blizzcon 2010 attendees and live ticket holders, look no further than the new trailer posted to the official WoW Youtube channel. The trailer also contains a couple of promises to live internet viewers, namely, the full dance and costume contests, which were cut short last year. It also lists 3 of the cameras available to live viewers:
Presumably a “host stage” with exclusive interviews for live viewers, etc.
Head on over to the Blizzcon site to buy a virtual ticket if you aren’t attending the contest in person.