Brawlhalla - Collectors Pack

  



  1. Of course, mammoth coins gotten from the pack would have to be cut down, but otherwise abso-fucking-lutely. I have three different packs for brawlhalla (founders, founders & friends, Valhalla) and now I just feel stupid for not putting down 40 euros extra for the collectors pack.
  2. BRAWLHALLA - COLLECTORS. The Brawlhalla® Collector’s Pack includes: 3500 Mammoth Coins All Legends Pack Collector’s “Asgardian Elite” Weapon Skins. Collector’s “Champion of the Brawl.

So Brawlhalla‘s most expensive purchase is the Collectors Pack. A fairly controversial purchase. Some say it’s worth it, some say it’s not worth the money. So I thought: is it worth your money?

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Note I am going to be using Pounds Sterling as the currency as it is the money I use.

So. The Collectors Pack includes

- 3500 Mammoth Coins

- The All Legends Pack

- Asgardian weapon skins (for all and future weapons)

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- Asgard Bödvar skin

- Flames if Ragnarok KO effect

- Nameplate

- Steampunk Sidekick

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And all of that costs £83.99 (£84)

It’s quite a bit of stuff. But is it worth it? 1st. Let’s look at the Mammoth Coins.

So 3500 is a lot of Mammoth Coins, and can buy you a lot of skins, taunts and other goodies.

In the base store, the most expensive purchase is 1600 Mammoth Coins, coming in at £39.99 (£40). Buying two of those will get you 3200 Mammoth Coins. It’s not 3500 yet, so you purchase 340 Mammoth Coins, coming in at £10.39 (£10). This will cost you £90 and you get 3540 Mammoth Coins. Right now, it’s looking like a good profit.

But not only do you get that, you get the All Legends Pack, worth £16.99 (£17), bringing the total to £107.

And then comes the weapon skins! Currently there are 12 weapons, and each weapon skin costs 60 Mammoth Coins. 60 x 12 = 720 Mammoth Coins. Giving us 4220 Mammoth Coins.

And then there’s the skin. On average, skins cost 140 Mammoth Coins, with some costing 80 or 200, even 300 if its an Epic Skin or Epic Crossover, the Gruagach costs 240 as he is just a regular Crossover. So let’s say it costs 140, bringing the total to 4360.

YET AGAIN. The KO effect, coming in at 200 - 240 Mammoth Coins. The average cost is 240, so let’s say it’s worth that. Adding 240 brings our total to 4600 Mammoth Coins.

And then! The nameplate... how much are those worth I have no idea...

But then, to bring it all together, the sidekick. 80 Mammoth Coins each. Bringing the total to 4680 Mammoth Coins!

Now to come to that total normally, you would have to buy around £120 worth of Mammoth Coins. Add the All Legends Pack, it’s £140.

In conclusion: You do make a pretty profit of £56.

If you have a little bit of pocket money you want to spend if Brawlhalla, consider the Collectors Pack.

So Brawlhalla‘s most expensive purchase is the Collectors Pack. A fairly controversial purchase. Some say it’s worth it, some say it’s not worth the money. So I thought: is it worth your money?

Note I am going to be using Pounds Sterling as the currency as it is the money I use.

So. The Collectors Pack includes

- 3500 Mammoth Coins

- The All Legends Pack

- Asgardian weapon skins (for all and future weapons)

- Asgard Bödvar skin

- Flames if Ragnarok KO effect

- Nameplate

- Steampunk Sidekick

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And all of that costs £83.99 (£84)

It’s quite a bit of stuff. But is it worth it? 1st. Let’s look at the Mammoth Coins.

So 3500 is a lot of Mammoth Coins, and can buy you a lot of skins, taunts and other goodies.

In the base store, the most expensive purchase is 1600 Mammoth Coins, coming in at £39.99 (£40). Buying two of those will get you 3200 Mammoth Coins. It’s not 3500 yet, so you purchase 340 Mammoth Coins, coming in at £10.39 (£10). This will cost you £90 and you get 3540 Mammoth Coins. Right now, it’s looking like a good profit.

But not only do you get that, you get the All Legends Pack, worth £16.99 (£17), bringing the total to £107.

And then comes the weapon skins! Currently there are 12 weapons, and each weapon skin costs 60 Mammoth Coins. 60 x 12 = 720 Mammoth Coins. Giving us 4220 Mammoth Coins.

And then there’s the skin. On average, skins cost 140 Mammoth Coins, with some costing 80 or 200, even 300 if its an Epic Skin or Epic Crossover, the Gruagach costs 240 as he is just a regular Crossover. So let’s say it costs 140, bringing the total to 4360.

YET AGAIN. The KO effect, coming in at 200 - 240 Mammoth Coins. The average cost is 240, so let’s say it’s worth that. Adding 240 brings our total to 4600 Mammoth Coins.

And then! The nameplate... how much are those worth I have no idea...

But then, to bring it all together, the sidekick. 80 Mammoth Coins each. Bringing the total to 4680 Mammoth Coins!

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Now to come to that total normally, you would have to buy around £120 worth of Mammoth Coins. Add the All Legends Pack, it’s £140.

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In conclusion: You do make a pretty profit of £56.

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If you have a little bit of pocket money you want to spend if Brawlhalla, consider the Collectors Pack.