The collectible online card game Hearthstone combines shows World of Warcraft heroes in a new light. Blizzard has created such a vast variety of characters and some just stand out more than the rest. However, Beast Kingdom is brining some Hearthstone cards alive with their newest collectibles. Ragnaros the Firelord and the iconic World of Warcraft player Leeroy Jenkins are here. BK brings these cards to the 3Dimensional realm witch high amounts of detail and design. Each character battles their way out of the card and will have light up functions to really bring the light to battle. Some material will also be translucent to give better definition and stylings to the characters display. World of Warcraft fans of Leeroys Jenkins and Ragnaros the Firelord will not want to miss these.
The World of Warcraft has a huge fanbase so the fanbase is there. The Hearthstone fans can now bring some of their favorite cards alive with these collectibles. Leeroy Jenkins is my favorite of the two and he is just an iconic World of Warcraft player that deserves this. Both Hearthstone D-Stage Series figures from Beast Kingdom are set to release between October and December 2020. Pre-orders are not live just yet so the prices are unknown either. You will be able to find them both here when they go live. What Hearthstone or World of Warcraft character needs the next 3D treatment?
"Ragnaros the Firelord, who holds very strong convictions, was one of the four elemental generals of the Old Gods. He and the other Elemental Lords battled the Titans but lost, and he was banished to his realm. Many years later at the end of the War of the Three Hammers, Ragnaros was accidentally summoned from his prison beneath the earth. The power unleashed by his summoning would result in the formation of the volcano known as Blackrock Mountain. In the D-Stage series, he is shown with his hearthstone. With the burning of the vivid flames of his body and the wielding of his powerful hammer, Ragnaros is faithfully reproduced and the display stand shows his playing card stats to make you feel the strength of his aura."
"At least I have chicken," said Leeroy Jenkins when he died. Certainly, World of Warcraft fans are no strangers to this legend. Leeroy told the rest of his group that he had gone to get some chicken and then ran into battle before the group was prepared, ultimately leading to their demise. The Leeroy Jenkins incident was even chosen as one of the top five events in World of Warcraft history. Because of this, he has been chosen for the D-Stage series. The style of the game is reproduced in this design with Leeroy brandishing his weapon in his right hand and fried chicken in his left. The display stand also has dragon eggs (hatched and unhatched) and baby dragons."
"The design of each character is unique, though they both employ meticulous craftsmanship and design along with some translucent materials to heighten the three-dimensionality. The classic symbol in the center of the background brings coherence to the presentation. Collectors will also notice the small buildings from the scenes of battles on the back side. It's almost as if you are there! Fans of Ragnaros the Firelord and Leeroy Jenkins will definitely want to add these to their collections. Get yours now! Both products have a light-up function mechanism this time. The translucent material allows the statue body to show more vivid lines, and another display style!"