I can always rely on my GameStop to have what I need, and always before the release date! Turns out that they had this brand-new Dino bundle, which means that I get the privilege of providing you with the first ever look at this awesome card!
Let me say this now - there are a few websites out there - and you know who you are - that are going to be tempted to "borrow" these photos. Even if you give credit, it is not okay to use these photos without asking first. More than likely, I'll say yes, but it is rude to simply take. I have tried to be gentle on the watermarking. Onward!
It's pretty rare that I post a load of photos and not a lot of text, but this amazing house and bundle simply call for lots of pictures! First up is the wand! It's the Deathspitter Bow, and it looks pretty neat. Here are the various tiers - you can click to enlarge any photo, and with a few of these, you might need to.
The bundle also comes with a cute little Stegosaurus pet. It has three epic talents, gives a Stun card at baby, and has a pedigree of 63. Here are the talents:
And these are the derby abilities, for those interested:
The gear is a little bit... different. It's interesting. Here is the appearance.
I have to say, I like the build of the stats of these sets. For once, we get universal damage and resistance in the same set, as well as health. The gear works best for the Life school with the cards and such, but you might even see me wearing this outfit.
The real highlights of this bundle are the mount and the house. The mount is the Tyrannosaurus-Rex that conveniently went missing (or never showed up) with the release of Azteca. It is a two-person mount. I absolutely love the way this guy moves!
The house really is something. Outside, it isn't terribly impressive, but there's certainly plenty of space, and a dueling arena.
You can wonder around off of the pyramid area, in the wide-open space...
...or locate the volcano entrance to go right inside to the fun. But we're taking the long way.
The inside seems pretty typical upon first glance. There are various rooms and areas to look around here, but if that were it, you might not be sold on this house.
The real fun begins when you go down the ladder in front to the hidden catacombs. Here, there are portals and twisted and winding paths of all sorts. Good thing I brought tag!
I'd looked at the concept for this area, but I was certainly lost once in the catacombs. Here's one of the first odd things I encountered - these teleport doors.
As it turns out, the central area is a beautiful, luscious area.
Surrounding it, however, are numerous rooms and tunnels - and it sure is easy to get lost!
On the bright side, they color-coded the teleport doors!
There are simply so many areas to run around and enjoy inside!
This is where you'd end up if you entered the volcano from outside. Each path leads to various tunnels underground.
And with that, I'll call it good for now - I can't spoil it all! But I am grabbing some minigames and tag and the scavenger hunt, as I'll be opening my house up about now for others to see. If you're interested (check the time on this post to see how recently I offered), I'll reply to your comments with friend codes!
That's it for now! Thanks for reading, and see you in the Spiral!