Giveaway: Win a Complete Set Of Summoners War Funko Pop! Figures!


Love the Summoners War franchise? Love Funko pop figures? You’re in luck! We’re happy to announce that we’re gifting away a set of Funko figures impressed by the Summoners War universe. The set contains fan-favorites similar to Orion Water Brownie Magician, Jeanne Light Paladin, Camilla Water Valkyrie, and Mav Penguin Knight. For geeks, a teamup between the massively standard world of Summoners War and Funko is a dream come true. 

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According to the press launch:

Summoners War is a cellular turn-based technique recreation that permits gamers to imagine the function of a summoner, using over 1000 monsters to battle in turn-based battles. Since its launch in 2014, the sport has amassed greater than 80 million downloads worldwide, defying business means by persevering with to develop in recognition worldwide.

Since the partnership was introduced in January, Funko has reconceptualized the Summoners War universe and its endearing characters by integrating the design aesthetics of its best-selling Pop! lineup of collectible figures. The new collectible characters embody: Orion Water Brownie Magician, Jeanne Light Paladin, Camilla Water Valkyrie, and Mav Penguin Knight. This settlement additionally contains the design and manufacturing of attire and equipment in addition to, Pop! Yourself— Funko’s 2D/3D customized avatar providing.

In order to be thought of, comply with us on Twitter and comment on this Twitter thread about your favourite character from the Summoners War universe. Entries will probably be accepted till November 28th. One (1) winner will probably be drawn randomly after which notified by way of Twitter DM (go away your DMs open!). The winner can have forty-eight (48) hours to reply or one other winner will probably be chosen. Good luck!

Follow and comment here to enter our giveaway!

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