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Cards, Loot, and Exploding Chickens

Posted by Keith Cross on Nov 06, 2007  | Comments

Cards, Loot, and Exploding Chickens -

Upper Deck Entertainment has announced some of the loot items that will be available with the March of the Legion expansion for the World of Warcraft TCG, including the paper airplane, a 3-d kite, and an exploding chicken.

Cosmetic pets are probably one of the most popular items players can collect in the MMO. With fun animals, robots, and characters available in all varieties, everyone can find the pet that matches his or her character's style. To date, the WoW TCG has offered players two different pets: the hippogryph hatchling found on Thunderhead Hippogryph in Heroes of Azeroth, and Bananas the Monkey found on King Mukla in Through the Dark Portal. Since we took a break from pets in the last set, it seemed only fair that we make it up to the pet collectors by offering them possibly one of the coolest cosmetic pets featured in the game: a robotic chicken with rockets strapped to its back.

Let me say that again to let the awesomeness sink in: a robotic chicken. With rockets. Clearly, hilarity is the only thing that can ensue, right?

The cosmetic pet you get from turning in the Robotic Homing Chicken code will get you Landro's newest addition to his exotic menagerie. Aside from making all the night elf chicks dig your character, the robotic homing chicken will occasionally do one of two things. Both involve his rockets taking him into the air. One of them involves him landing safely again, the other results in the rockets exploding and sending him to that big twelve-piece bucket in the sky.

The first thing you'll notice about the TCG card is that it's obviously not meant for serious, competitive decks. Multiplayer mayhem is where it's at. Play one of these guys, and all of a sudden you'll find boards getting blown up left and right. The more people, the crazier the potential Chicken damage. Take this little buddy to your next Gurubashi Grand Melee event, and watch how much everybody fears the chicken!

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