Loot Crate Fallout Crate June 2019 Review + Coupon

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Fallout Crate is a 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 shows another blueprint of a weapon. In this case, it’s the Reckoning!

A poster is also included in the box.

At the back of the poster, there’s a list of all the items included in the box. This month’s theme is SCAVENGED!

Everything in the June 2019 Fallout Crate!

Fortune Finder Perk Pin. The perk pin for this month’s crate is the Fortune Finder. Subscribers will get it in the usual gold variant or the rare black variant. I feel so lucky as I got the rare one!

In the game, with this perk and depending on the encounter type, one will find either twice or three times the normal amount of money in random encounters.

Pulp Notebooks. I also got a set of pulp notebooks from the Wastelands!

The notebooks have magazine art on the covers. One features TESLA, a Science magazine, and the other features Astoundingly Awesome Tales.

Astoundingly Awesome Tales is a perk magazine that gives the Sole Survivor ranks of the Astoundingly Awesome perk. Each issue helps in combat by increasing damage, assisting with health, and more!

TESLA Science magazine is another perk magazine, and it gives the character ranks of the Tesla Science perk. If your character read issues of this mag, it’ll give you a level of the Tesla Science perk which makes weapons inflict +5% crit damage, and it can stack up to nine times.

The notebook pages have a vintage look on them like they’re buried for years! Also, all pages come with lines for more organized writing.

Fortune Finder Perk Figure. Aside from a pin version, I also got a figure version of this perk, and I am so excited!

The figures from this crate always come with informative boxes!

With a little Luck, you can find out what makes you S.P.E.C.I.A.L.! The Fortune Finder perk helps you get even more bottle caps (the preferred currency of the post-nuclear wasteland) as you explore the Commonwealth, We think this figure is all the treasure you need, so display it proudly!

The figure consists of 2 parts: the base and the main figure!

Of course, the perk shows the Vault Boy with a metal detector and the base looks like dirt with several scraps of metal!

The Vault Boy is also wearing a headphone while looking for more bottle cap containers.

Reckoning Sale Replica. The weapon replica we got this month is the unique rippler from Fallout 4, the Reckoning!

The Reckoning is weaponized chainsaw-like weapon that was used by the military before the Great War.

When turned inside out, the crate shows the blueprint of the weapon.

The figure consists of 2 easy-to-assemble parts. Even my kids can easily assemble this!

The weapon is used in hand to hand combat or as a utility, like a crovel tool. It also has 2 variants which are the Ripper and the Harvester. The weapon also bears the Sentinel’s effect that allows the player character to take 15% less damage when standing still!

Liberty Prime Build-A-Figure Left Arm. Every Fallout Crate contains a part of the Build-A-Figure until it gets completed. The legs are already complete, now it’s time for its arms. They have sent me the left arm first.

There’s a total of 6 parts to complete this figure, and now I got part number 4! Two more parts and my figure will be complete!

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.

The figure has a rustic finish, so expect that, if not all, most of the parts came in such condition.

This made me really excited, just 2 more parts and I’ll have one of the coolest build-a-figure ever from this box!

My figure looks ready for action as well!

All the contents of this box are terrific, especially this month’s featured perk, which is the Fortune Finder! The weapon replicas are awesome and I’m excited to get more weapons for display! However, there are no wearables for this month which is also one thing that I am looking out for but the other contents mostly made up for it.

What do you think of this edition of Fallout Crate?


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