Now that is cool.
Fair enough these are for kids, but hot damn pop up books are impressive aren't they?
Boralus gets a little fold-out section with Ironforge for some unknown reason, but Dazar'alor has its own full display. Apparently Blizzard doesn't think the sprawling city of Boralus is all that impressive =/ Or Ironforge for that matter.
Any indication from Blizz as to when this will go on sale?
Sees there's no SilvermoonCries in corner
It looks a little bit... messy? Idk if that's just from the person who took the photos or not.
The one on Amazon does not show the box, map or pins and says nothing about the signatures? Is this a collectors edition one? I want the one pictured here on wowhead, where can I purchase one of these?
*Notices how it says Bwonsamdi in the Zandalari Empire page* Yeah.... I might be getting this book lol
"The book comes in a handsome case, complete with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Paper Engineer Matthew Reinhardt and Blizzard Senior Art Director Samwise Didier, a Horde and an Alliance faction pin, and a large map of Azeroth desk mat updated to include all of the lands present in Battle for Azeroth."only the collector's edition includes the signatures and the map and coins and pins ect. the price of that was $125 and is no longer avialable for purchase since blizzard sold the gear site to fanatics.
I think Teldrassil is missing some fire
This does not read even slightly like a review.
I just want that mouse mat!
That Teldrassil model is outdated...*grabs lighter*
I would purchase that desk mat on it's own if they made it available
And of course, we only just learn about it and the product is already sold out (the Collector's edition).Blizzard's getting worse than Nintendo's Amiibo model at this point with creating "rarity". And no, since they have 2 different listings for this item, one saying Collector's edition, it's safe to assume that only that one comes with the box and extras.
Amazon doesnt show the pins or desktop mat, do they all come with these?