Kindgoms of Amalur Getting a Wildly Expensive Special Edition

Man, you thought you knew about expensive special editions, but you have no idea. No idea whatsoever.

With Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckonin’, you’ll have have three limited edition options, and they will all literally be limited in that very few people will ever get to have them. So if you buy one, you might not want to ever open it for fear of damaging its resale value. Anyway, here goes.

Special Edition available for MSRP $80 includes:

  • Custom parchment map of the world
  • Custom seven-piece set of dice for your next tabletop gaming session
  • Full set of 40 Destiny Cards that are featured in the game
  • Soundtrack of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning composed by Grant Kirkhope

The special edition looks like this:

Then there’s the Collector’s Edition, of which only 700 units will be made. Here it is.

Collector’s Edition limited at 700 units available for $200 USD includes:

  • All items in the Special Edition (parchment map, seven-piece dice set, full set of destiny cards, and soundtrack)
  • Individually numbered Prismere Troll figurine created by McFarlane toys. The solid resin troll stands at 12.5” and normally retails for $125.
  • High-quality concept art lithograph from Reckoning limited to 1,000 units, signed by game visionary, Ken Rolston

Here’s what the collector’s edition looks like:

$200? That’s a lot of money. But don’t get to thinking that’s the most expensive edition, because it sure as hell isn’t.

Signature Edition limited to 300 units will be available for $275 USD includes:

  • All items in the Special Edition (parchment map, seven-piece dice set, full set of destiny cards, and soundtrack)
  • All items in the Collector’s Edition
  • Individually-numbered, custom sketch by Todd McFarlane limited to 300 units
  • The Prismere Troll figurine is signed by Todd McFarlane, R.A. Salvatore or Curt Schilling and are limited to 300 editions

Holy s–t, you can get a troll statue signed by Curt Schilling? Do you realize that that would by far the weirdest thing you would have in your house? Gah. I can’t even imagine why it makes sense for that to happen, but man. Crazy.

I must have one of those.

You can get these special editions at limitededitions.reckoning.com.

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