Spending a weekend with World of Warcraft fans is always going to be an unpredictable roller coaster of good times, and this past weekend at Blizzcon was no exception.
We packed our little booth with building tables, which is a good way to have a crowd of people permanently hanging out! Of course, we did building tables a little differently (and more awesomely) this time…
Our building tables were mixed with standard parts to build structures and vehicles and more common builds. But mixed in were figure parts as well! Anyone who knows the sets knows that the figures are awesome – they’re completely modular, including multiple options for armour and weapons. It made for some pretty epic builds.
WoW fans stayed in our booth for hours perfecting their builds. And of course, we weren’t going to let devoted builders walk away without a souvenir! Everyone who built something that impressed us got a BlizzCon exclusive Thrall micro-action figure plus they got to keep their own build, custom figures and all!
But that’s not all we were giving away. Just for answering a fun question on an iPad, everyone who attended got a Series 1 Blind Pack to take home plus a chance to win the entire Mega Bloks line-up! Six lucky winners will get a nice big package of sets showing up at their door in no time!
The booth itself was a huge draw – high stone walls surrounded some of our coolest WoW Big Builds. The massive 375,000-piece Thrall, plus the Horde Crest and life-sized Frostmourne had near-constant line-ups for photo ops.
All three epic builds were shipped off after the show to our friends at Blizzard, who plan on auctioning off all three for charity. Interested? Make sure you keep a close eye on their announcements coming up soon!
So all in all, another fun event – we love hanging out with the fans, and there’s no fans in the world more devoted than a WoW fan. Keep an eye out for more Mega Bloks events coming soon! You’ll never leave a Mega Bloks booth empty-handed!
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