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With only five shopping days left until the Feast of Winter Veil
, it is officially holiday crunch time. To inspire you in your shopping goals or maybe point out the perfect gift for that special raider in your life, WoW Archivist presents the zaniest WoW
-themed real-world merchandise of all time.
Every BlizzCon has its swag bag, but 2008's edition
, celebrating the Wrath of the Lich King
expansion, has to be the zaniest ever. In addition to Diablo III "sinamints," a can of "zerg creep" goop, and a pandaren beer cozy, the bag included an inflatable Frostmourne
or an inflatable "Bubble Hearth Beach Ball
." The latter is a Divinely Shielded dwarf using an uninterruptable hearthstone -- in beach ball form.
The bag also included a package of tissues labeled "QQ noob," masks of Azeroth's races (reminiscent of the Hallow's End
in-game versions), and a Frostmourne keychain. The keychain is notable for its several outward-facing spikes. It takes falling on your keys to a whole new level of pain. The full-size Frostmourne replica
is more dangerous, but you're also not carrying it around in your pocket mere centimeters from your genitals.
Or are you?
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