Loot Crate’s The Elder Scrolls Crate November 2019 Review + Coupon – GUILD

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The Elder Scrolls Crate by Loot Crate is a quarterly subscription box that features items from the action-role playing fantasy video game. The box costs $49.99, with the contents having an estimated value of $80+! Each box contains 4-6 exclusive and licensed apparels inspired by the legends, lore, characters, and locales of The Elder Scrolls.

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The box is full!

Some of the items in the box are packed with plastic while others came in their original packaging.

The box turned inside out looks incredible too, as it also features the Seal of Akatosh!

The theme of this box is GUILD! The card contains a QR code that will take you to the virtual copy of your box insert!

Everything in my November 2019 box!

Daggerfall Covenant Pin. The Daggerfall Covenant is one of the three alliances in Tamriel at the time of the Three Banners War. The pin in this box is to pay homage to this alliance which has the colors are blue and white.

The pin is a blue wax seal that has the lion crest imprint on it.

Skyrim Nightingale Hood Scale Replica. The Nightingales are a secret inner circle that is under the Thieves Guild, and they’re based in the Nightingale Hall. They exist to protect the shrines of Nocturnal throughout Skyrim, and for this box, the guild is represented by this hood replica!

To say that the Nightingales are a holy order would be doing a disservice. In our hearts, we are thieves. We enjoy the hunt and delight in the spoils. We might swear our loyalty to Nocturnal and hold some influence within the Thieves Guild, but the greatests allegiance a Nightingale holds is to himself.

It comes in two easy-to-attach parts: the hood itself and the base.

The Nightingale armor is a unique light armor, and because the armor is leveled, the magnitude of the enchantments and value are contingent upon the character level. The hood is a part of a whole armor, which consists of 4 parts: armor, boots, gloves, and hood.

In the game, each part has different attributes, and as for the hood, Illusion spells cost 12% less to cast.

Dark Brotherhood Journal. The Dark Brotherhood, an organization of highly trained assassins who carry out assassination contracts, made their appearance on this box with this journal. The Dark Brotherhood is called upon by those who which to make use of their skills and services through a ritual called “The Black Sacrament.”

Each page of the journal shows the handprint which serves as the symbol on each of their letters, and the phrase “we know” underneath it.

Fighters Guild Clinch Bag. Another Guild from the game is the Fighters Guild, also known as “Oblivion.” It is a guild where those practicing combat arts can come together and adventure on combat- and melee-related quests.

The bag’s flap has the dagger symbol on it.

You can stash your essentials in this clinch bag and easily take it when you go on your own quest! Aside from the large main compartment, the bag also has a zipped pocket located on the flap.

Schools Of Magic Scarf. All eight of the major skills in the Schools of Magic are present in this blue scarf!

Those who want to become a member of the Mages Guild would surely love this scarf. It’s also light and soft, keeping your warm and cozy all day. The tasseled ends make it look more stylish!

The Elder Scrolls Crate is really a nice to box to get, especially for fans of the game! I really like the clinch bag and the scarf. I can bring them on a trip to keep me stylish and, of course, geeky! The hood replica is another fantastic addition to my collection of the game replica figures. Some guilds in the game were also best represented by the items, like the Dark Brotherhood that even features the very same letter format on each of the journal’s pages. I am amazed by how detailed the items are, and fans can really recognize them right away!

What did you think of this month’s Loot Crate?

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  • Valerie

    The pin and the journal are my favourites.