Geek Gear Box November 2019 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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GeekGear is a UK subscription box for geeks and gamers. You’ll receive one box a month filled with gear according to the monthly theme. Items include licensed and exclusive merchandise, plus other surprises. The current price of this subscription is £19.99 plus £5.99 shipping to the US – about $37 shipped.

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The box is full, and all the contents are protected by brown squiggles!

The box is full to the brim!

They also included a Geek Gear Scratchcard!

A tri-fold pamphlet is included, which gives more information about this month’s box contents.

It gives you a full list of all the items in your box.

Everything in my box!

Licensed & Exclusive Zelda Rupee Print RRP (£5.99) This month’s Geek Gear Licensed Exclusive A4 print features items from the game, The Legend of Zelda.

Rupees are the unit of currency in the game, and in circulation in Hyrule, the Dark World, Koholint Island, Termina, Labrynna, Holodrum, the Great Sea, the World of the Ocean King, New Hyrule, Skyloft, Lorule, and Hytopia. These hexagonal gem-stone like items come in many colors and sizes, just like what’s pictured on this print.

Exclusive Zelda Mask RRP (£11.99) Another item from the Legend of Zelda is this replica mask, and it’s a fruit tree! The mask looks cool. I think this will also work as a good desk decoration.

Exclusive Pixel Sword RRP (£14.99) Any warrior should have a sword! But for this box, it’s not just an ordinary sword, but a pixelated one from Minecraft! Just like the mask, this one would be great for display as well.

Exclusive 3 Wise Drones Greeting Cards RRP (£4.99) The greeting cards feature the 3 droids from Star Wars and they’re designed by Kevin Cantwell. There are two cards and they come with a red envelope each.

The cards are also blank on the inside so you can write or even scribble anything on them.

Exclusive Lion T-Shirt RRP (£11.99) Hakuna Matata! The rad black shirt features one of the OG classic animations from Disney, The Lion King!

It features the scene where a grown-up Simba, Timon, and Pumba are crossing a log while singing “Hakuna Matata” under the full moon! This silhouette art is really nice!

Licensed Death Wave 1 Deck Warhammer Champions RRP (£14.99) This campaign deck allows the beginners or newbies to quickly field an army and get straight into the action. There are 4 Campaign decks available each with their own individual playstyles.

Licensed Wave 1 Champions Booster Warhammer Champions RRP (£3.49) Accompanying the campaign deck is a booster pack that contains 13 card boosters that will help you grow your army.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions is a next generation collectible, trading card game centered around Champions and their quest for divine favor. Two players face off, representing one of the four Alliances, and fight until one of them is left standing. The most unique feature of the game is the rotation mechanic: Every turn, units and spells in play rotate, growing stronger, weaker, or completely changing their properties on the battlefield. The second is that Champions isn’t merely physical: It comes with a digital counterpart on iOS, Android, and soon PC, allowing you to scan cards and use them in combat.

The deck contains 38 cards: 4 Champions, 4 Blessings, and 30 Action cards.

The deck also came with a campaign mat, health counters, and detailed rule sheets.

The game is a model counterpart to Warhammer. You need the fight against beasts the size of mountains in this game’s booster box. You can build your deck with an array of cards that are categorized to ability, blessing, champion, and spell, and make use of both common and uncommon cards to win. The game can be played by two, and fight until one of them is left standing!

They gave us a hint for next month’s box, and it’s Game of Thrones!

I love that the box features different popular and well-loved games like the Legend of Zelda and Minecraft! The mask replica that features a fruit tree is awesome, as well as the Rupees art print. My favorite, however, is the Lion King shirt. It reminds me of the scene where the trio sang Hakuna Matata until Simba grows up! They also included another trading card game, and this time it’s Warhammer’s Age of Sigmar: Champions, which is the one that I really want to try. As always, the box contains amazing geek items and my inner geek is once again satisfied!

What do you think of this month’s Geek Gear box?

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