Halo Legendary Crate is the subscription box for the biggest Halo fans in the world. Every other month, you’ll get UNSC-approved loot like exclusive figurines, collectibles, in-game items, apparel, and more, for $34.99 + shipping bi-monthly.
Halo Legendary Crate is made to create the ultimate experience for Spartan super-soldiers!
The theme is Let’s Get Tactical!
This month’s poster was packed in a tube to prevent it from getting damaged.
I love the high-quality Halo artwork! The poster measures 17×11.
The back of the poster lists all the items included in the crate, fleshes out the theme, and has a digital content code for Halo 5!
Bonus! Halo 5: Guardians Req Pack. This gives you access to digital content to enhance your Halo 5 multiplayer experience.
All the goodies in the box! As usual, everything in this box is exclusive.
The box came with a top secret data drop.
Data Drop Files. These are the top secret documents that might aid you in your intense investigation.
For your eyes only!
Let’s Get Tactical Pin. Every box includes an exclusive pin from the game. This month, we got a brute shot pin!
The Brute Shot is carried and fired from the hip rather than the shoulder. It has a fast firing rate for a grenade launcher, being capable of firing four Type-25 Exotic/High-Explosive Anti Personnel Grenades in about three seconds.
The pin comes in two variants, gold and silver. We got the latter.
Mark of Shame T-Shirt. The Mark of Shame is a brand or a tattoo-like mark that is made by burning the flesh, given to those who have either disgraced or turned away from the Covenant. The mark comes on the chest part of the shirt, just like how it was branded on Thel’ Vadam, a supreme commander in charge of the protection of Installation 04.
I just hope the tank is shooting at the Covenant! Tanks are the most used fighting vehicles in the game.
Arbiter Armor Socks. The design of these socks is based on the Arbiter, which is the greatest religious rank of the Sangheili in Halo games.
These are made of 85% cotton and 15% spandex.
It looks just like an Arbiter’s armored feet. These are the perfect companion for the shirt!
Sargent Johnson Fig with 343 Guilty Spark. This month’s figure is Sgt. Avery Johnson, and he holds the 343 Guilty Spark on this one!
Sergeant Major Avery Junior Johnson (SN: 48789-20114-AJ) was a Human senior non-commissioned officer who served with the UNSC Marine Corps during the Insurrection and Human-Covenant war. Avery Johnson was a highly trained Marine, serving with various combat units of the Naval Special Warfare Command, including the highly classified ORION Project.
The figure comes with 3 detachable pieces: Sgt. Johnson, his armor, and the figure’s base. He’s even holding a cigar in his hand!
He’s leaning, smoking, and yelling, all simultaneously. He is my spirit animal.
Aside from having the Guilty Spark, he’s wearing the UNSC Marine Corps Battle Dress Uniform. These BDUs are the standard issue combat uniform worn by the members of the UNSC Marine Corps.
They did a great job on the figure’s detailing, it’s really impressive!
The Guilty Spark he’s leaning on his left arm is a Forerunner Ancilla and the Monitor of Installation 04. It is a blue and silver floating, round-edged cube with one “eye”.
He also made cannon appearances in the whole franchise:
He promoted the sale of the Halo PC when a player quit Halo: Combat Evolved Trial, made a cameo at the beginning the Halo 2 E3 Demo, and introduced Firefight in the Halo 3: ODST ViDoc: Bip. Bap. Bam and as a Leader in Halo Wars 2 in the Sergeant Johnson Leader Pack.
As for the Guilty Spark, it had been present on Installation 04 for some 101,217 “local years,” and also participated in numerous simulation firings, it even participated in one actual firing of the installation prior to the Battle of Installation 04.
Here’s Flood Infected-Marine, Sgt. Johnson, Cortana and Master Chief standing next to each other! These are all from the second series of figures.
The Halo figures from this crate can be connected at the base. Here’s this month’s plus one of the first series.
I definitely love the shirt and the socks, they’re fantastic and I’m definitely wearing them whether I’m gaming or not! If you’re a fan of this sci-fi universe, this subscription is a great way to get your hands on exclusive Halo items every other month. I thought the goodies were super solid – no duds, except the ongoing shipping delays.
What do you think of this month’s box?