Cool A Crate-full of Loot!

In the last year or so, I've become a bit more interested in expanding my collection of gaming goods beyond the digital realm; a few posters, shirts, and hoodies as well as an adorable Elcor plushie have joined my library of collectibles. So, when I was contacted by Loot Crate and offered a pair of free Halo Crates, it wasn't a tough sell.

In return for the free goodies, I was asked to share my Loot Crate experience with all of you. As I hope most of you are aware, I wouldn't agree to vouch for anything besides a quality product. So, I hope you treat this review-of-sorts as genuine.

My first Halo Legendary crate arrived yesterday. The crate's interior sports a nifty grey-scale image of an ODST, this month's theme.


Inside lay an assortment of goodies which you can see below. These included a matching ODST-themed tee and sweatpants, a concept art poster, a Buck figure, a pin, a Superintendent-themed refrigerator magnet, an ONI briefing packet, and a Halo 5 Req code.



The req pack contained a handful of items of various rarities as well as a unique Apollo player emblem.

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The verdict? Everything here is pretty high-quality. The clothing is comfortable and doesn't feel cheap; the Buck figure and poster are already making my co-workers jealous as office decorations; the briefing packet contains some cool ODST-themed lore which is sure to please superfans. The magnet and pin are the only things here that really feel gimmicky, but that's not exactly a bad thing. I won't be retiring my Compass Rose emblem for the Apollo one anytime soon, but it's definitely a shnazzy one to add to the collection.

I hope you've enjoyed this look at the Halo Legendary Crate. If you liked it enough to want one of your own, head over to and use coupon code "TeamFronk" to receive 10% off a crate of your own!