Microplush Blindbox

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The Microplush Blindbox

The Microplush Blindbox is a physical promotional item that contains micro plush figures, as well as a digital unlock item. Each items contains a random plush toy, and a digital unlock code. They are sold at Valve events and stores, notably during The International.

Editions[edit]

Series 1 (The International 2013)[edit]

This edition was available during The International 2013, and have also become available in the Valve store. It was also sold at Dreamhack Winter 2013 in an updated box with Series One printed on it.

Plush Rarity* Comes With
Bloodseeker Common
Death Prophet
Earthshaker
Enigma
Faceless Void
Puck
Tidehunter
Warlock
Windrunner
Ursa
Shitty Wizard Rare
  • Not related to in-game Rarity values.

Series 2 (The International 2014)[edit]

This edition was available during The International 2014 and are currently available at the online Valve Store.

Plush Rarity* Comes With
Anti-Mage Common
Axe
Crystal Maiden
Kunkka
Lich
Lion
Pudge
Meepo
Templar Assassin
Undying
Hwytty Rare
  • Not related to in-game Rarity values.

Series 3 (The International 2015)[edit]

This edition was available during The International 2015.

Plush Rarity* Comes With
Dark Seer Common
Juggernaut
Sven
Lina
Invoker
Brewmaster
Jakiro
Razor
Storm Spirit
Necrophos
Staglift Rare
  • Not related to in-game Rarity values.

Series 4 (The International 2016)[edit]

This edition was available during The International 2016.

Plush Rarity* Comes With
Winter Wyvern Common
Dazzle
Phoenix
Enchantress
Night Stalker
Tusk
Riki
Skywrath Mage
Vengeful Spirit
Sand King
Patch, Stash, and Hobb Rare
  • Not related to in-game Rarity values.

Series 5 (The International 2017)[edit]

This edition was available during The International 2017.

Plush Rarity* Comes With
Slark Common None
Naga Siren
Rubick
Ogre Magi
Queen of Pain
Omniknight
Bounty Hunter
Drow Ranger
Venomancer
Tiny
Io Rare None
  • Not related to in-game Rarity values.

Gallery[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

External Links[edit]