Loot Crate Fallout Crate December 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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There are several boxed items inside!

The box looks awesome gridded and green!

It appears that it’s a blueprint of several weapons!

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 NUKED!

Everything in the December Fallout Crate!

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

The perk reduces limb damage when the player character’s skeleton has been infused with indestructible metal.

Radscorpion Bottle Opener. This is quite a unique bottle opener as it is shaped like the Radscorpion, a large, mutated scorpion commonly found in and around abandoned structures. It originated from the North American Emperor scorpion that evolved into a larger and venomous species.

I love the detail on this Radscorpion, as it shows even the segment partitions. Also, in game, antidotes have been developed for them despite being more venomous. They’re the best example of mutation, as this bottle opener is a mutated, more improved version of the normal bottle opener – it has a magnet so it’s right there for you on the fridge!

Mini Nuke Salt & Pepper Shakers. I also got cool mini-nukes in the form of salt and pepper shakers!

The shakers are placed inside a cool box that also shows an image of what you’re going to get.

Each mini-nuke shaker has a designated letter label, to know where the salt and pepper goes! I don’t think you should load this to a Fat Man though…

Sprinkling some deliciousness on your food is easier as the screw cap has just the right amount of holes to easily distribute granules of salt and pepper.

Liberty Prime Build-A-Figure Torso. The previous box wrapped up the first Build-A-Figure we got. This time, I am thrilled to get another Build-A-Figure that features Liberty Prime!

Again, I will be waiting for the other 5 parts to complete this new Build-A-Figure series!

Liberty Prime (later Liberty Prime Mark II if rebuilt) is a unique U.S. Army robot found at the Citadel. It stands 40 feet (12.19 meters) tall and is armed with a powerful eye laser and tactical nuclear bombs, making it a major combat asset.

Like the first figure, this one comes with a rustic finish that makes it more appealing.

It is known as the “technological marvel,” which is stated on the Brotherhood of Steel’s faction profile. It is first seen in the lab beneath the Citadel in its inactive state. In the game, the Lone Wanderer can gain information about the robot by using a nearby computer terminal.

Fallout 4 Fat Man Scale Replica. This box also marks the start of another fantastic figure series, which is the weapon replicas!

To start with a bang, they gave us the Fat Man!

The Fat Man, officially designated the M-42 Tactical Nuclear Catapult, is a weapon which appears in Fallout 3Fallout: New VegasFallout 4Fallout 76Fallout Shelter and Fallout: The Board Game.

The figure comes in 3 easy-to-assemble parts. Even my kids will be able to set this one up. I am so glad that you can also take the nuke out of the weapon!

The M42 Fat Man is an effective artillery weapon, which allows a person to bombard a large area with good precision and deadly force.

The weapon uses a mini-nuke for ammunition.

Trivia: it was named after the atomic bomb which the United States dropped over Nagasaki in 1945, however, to avoid controversy, it was renamed Nuka Launcher in the game’s Japanese version.

New figure series? Yes, please! This box came with two and I am so thrilled, especially that there’s another Build-A-Figure that I can’t wait to complete. Also, I love that they also included a weapons replica and that made me more excited for the upcoming boxes. It actually wowed me, finally! I love how detailed the weapon replica is, it even included a mini detachable nuke! The other items are useful, I have no complaints!

What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?


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