StarCraft II Collector’s Edition to include a mini Thor pet for WoW

Blizzard Entertainment has just announced the collector’s edition for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. The special edition is a bit pricey and will only be available at retail stores, costing $99.99. Fortunately, it’ll be packed with tons of extra geeky goodies for StarCraft fans.

The item we’re most interested in is this sweet looking mini Thor pet for World of Warcraft. But even if you’re not a WoW fan, there’s a lot of other tempting swag in the collector’s edition, especially for Terran players.

In addition to the mini Thor pet, the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Collector’s Edition will also include:

- The Art of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, a 176-page book featuring artwork from the game
- An exclusive 2GB USB flash drive replica of Jim Raynor's dog tag, which comes preloaded with the original StarCraft and the StarCraft: Brood War® expansion set
- A behind-the-scenes DVD containing over an hour of developer interviews, cinematics with director’s commentary, and more
- The official StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty soundtrack CD, containing 14 epic tracks from the game along with exclusive bonus tracks
- StarCraft comic book issue #0, a prequel to the comic series
- A World of Warcraft® mini Thor in-game pet that can be applied to all World of Warcraft characters on a single account
- Exclusive downloadable content, including special portraits for your profile, decals to customize your units in-game, and a visually unique version of the terran Thor unit

Above: The USB flash drive will include the original StarCraft and the Brood War expansion

Above: The 176-page art book looks like a quality print job

Above: The mini Thor pet for WoW

If you haven’t had a chance to play StarCraft II’s multiplayer beta yet, it’s amazing. But don’t take our word for it. Our friends at are giving away 100 beta keys every day until April 23. Just head to, register for the site, and answer a simple question.

Apr 8, 2010

1 comment

  • SoutheastSam - April 8, 2010 6:31 p.m.

    Wow.. $99 does seem a little high though. $69 or $79 might be more reasonable

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