Some of the coolest contests happen in the EU, and unfortunately, sometimes completely under our radar
. World of Warcraft
in Europe recently announced the winners
of a contest held between November 23 and December 6, 2009 (that's a period of two weeks, so even the folks in Europe might've missed out on it) which asked folks to design their own World of Warcraft trading card.
We told you the coolest contests happen in the EU.
Winners were announced last December 18, 2009, with Blizzard apparently selecting the best entries according to language. Five winners were selected, with J. Hoermandinger winning the top prize for English submissions with the Boo'Yah "Brickhead"
card; D. Klenk was the German winner with Shilanya
; S. Mariez won the French top prize with Perséphia Tristombe
; A. Fuentes Garcia was the Spanish winner with Nairies
; and A. Kirsanova won the Russian prize with a thankfully nameless but awesome-looking card
(Cyrillic would be a little troublesome to jot down here).
The contest awarded a veritable Upper Deck
treasure trove that included a Death Knight
deluxe starter kit, a World of Warcraft miniatures game
starter kit and booster pack, and the ScourgeWar
epic collection which has the Tiny
loot card. The loot card enables Horde characters to mount a miniature raptor and Alliance characters to ride a miniature pony to move at unmounted speed. Congratulations to the all the winners! For those of you who missed out on the fun, you can always make your own TCG cards by downloading their Horde
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