Loot Crate Firefly Cargo Crate focused on Serenity, the actual ship itself for November/December. Up until now, most of the crates we have reviewed had themes based on characters but this time it’s the home ship itself.
Let’s take a look at all the really nice items we received in the Serenity crate.
This ship, Serenity, is very important to the characters of the show. It serves as home for most of them and also gets them where they are going. This is a Serenity Little Damn Heroes Mini Master figure that was included in the crate. It’s a nice addition to go with the other figures in this crate series.
Yes, there is a t-shirt is this crate and it also has Serenity pictured in the graphic. The t-shirt is made of a really soft fabric and I am all about comfort.
This Dedication Plaque for Serenity would display very nicely on the ship.
This is a nice luggage tag for traveling or tagging whatever you’d like. It definitely helps to have things tagged when you are at the luggage area after a flight!
Just like with your vehicle, Serenity needs a user guide or manual to tell you things about the ship. This book looks to provide you with some very important information.
This sticker came in the crate and that wasn’t the only sticker.
This envelope full of “cargo labels” (or stickers) were included. I’m not sure what you would do with these but I’m sure a true Firefly fan would know.
This Firefly Cargo Crate was all about Serenity and brought some really nice items, such as the Serenity figure and dedication plaque, to commemorate the importance of this ship. I would say this was one of the more popular crates in the series thus far and a nice addition to the collection.
Get in on the January/February Firefly Cargo Crate! Use our link, lootcrate.com/nerdstash and use coupon code: NERDSTASH and save $3 off your first crate!
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