Loot Crate Fallout Crate October 2018 Review + Coupon

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Fallout Crate is a new bimonthly subscription box from Loot Crate that includes 4-6 items – each comes with an exclusive figure in every box plus a piece to a build-a-figure, along with other Fallout gear and collectibles. The subscription costs $34.95 + shipping bimonthly, or $49.99 international.

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When you flatten out the box, you’ll see John Hancock!

An art print is also included on the back of the info card.

There’s a card that lists all the items included in the box. This month’s theme is WASTELAND!

Everything in the October Fallout Crate!

Rad Resistant Perk Pin. The perk pin for this month’s crate is the Rad Resistance. Like most of the perk pins from this box, you can get either a gold or a rare black with gold. I got the gold pin.

In the game, each level of this perk will improve one’s Radiation Resistance by 15%.

Commonwealth Map Scarf. We won’t get lost in the Commonwealth because we got this wearable map!

The map doesn’t only serve as your means of navigation, but it can also protect your neck from heat and dirt when you travel on the Wasteland… Or just use it to up your style!

Bob’s Iguana Bits Apron. After seeing this apron, there’s only one phrase that crossed my mind:

Hi! Welcome to Bob’s Iguana Bits, the family eating place. Can I take your order?

I can also imagine Bob serving me his Iguana bits (which I won’t eat!)… But this apron can be used not only for preparing some really bone-chilling iguana meat but any food that you can whip up in your kitchen. It also has a pocket in the front where an image of an iguana is coming out of.

Radaway Pencil Pouch. This is a cool transparent pouch! I like that I can easily see what’s inside. It’s as effective as how Radaway takes away radiation from the body… I can use this to store some items inside my bag, and it looks like it can protect them from getting wet and dirty too!

Fallout 4 Hancock Figure. This month’s featured figure is none other than the ghoul unofficial mayor of Goodneighbor, John Hancock!

Indicated at the back of the figure’s box is some interesting facts about the character.

It consists of 2 easy-to-build parts, the base and the figure itself.

John Hancock (born John McDonough) is the ghoul mayor of Goodneighbor in 2287, and a potential companion of the Sole Survivor.

Hancock is wearing the real John Hancock’s coat and the hat of Major Thomas Melville.

Being the sole survivor’s companion in the game, he can grant the Isodoped perk, which makes critical meter fill +20% faster as long as the sole survivor has at least 250 rads.

Dogmeat Armor Build-A-Figure. Every Fallout Crate contains a part of the Build-A-Figure until it gets completed, and this is the last piece to complete it!

Last time, we got Dogmeat as a companion and now, it’s also time to protect the loyal dog and give him his own armor! It consists of a collar, helmet, and body armor fit for a loyal friend.

Like the body armor, it also has a rustic look.

Dogmeat is looking good and ready for action with this armor!

Look at those intricate details. I am really impressed with how much work and effort the creators put into making this cool protective gear for this loyal buddy!

I feel happy but quite sad after I put the whole thing on Dogmeat. Happy that my Build-A-Figure is already complete, and sad that it’s the last piece.

But looking at the completed Build-A-Figure armor, I pretty happy with it. It took a while for me to finally see the end product, but it’s all worth it! The figure is awesome!

I think this month’s items were pretty great. Also, my Power Armor is finally complete! Still, no wow items but the other stuff are functional, like the scarf, apron, and pencil case, but they’ve been solid on the figure front. However, I do hope that Fallout Crate will surprise me on their next boxes with an innovative new figure series – Build-A-Figure was a first for this kind of subscription!

What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?

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