- Voodood (shaman with a polearm/staff, magic)
- Drobot (cyborg dragon, tech)
- Boomer (manic-looking goblin with dynamite, tech)
- Stealth Elf
- Stump Smash
- Chop Chop
- Prism Break
- Bash (brown earthy lizard, earth)
- Sonic Boom (the black gryphon, air)
*Stealth Elf is the only one listed that is also available with a game
They also list "adventure triple assortment packs" which is just 3 different 3-packs of the above figures (Bash is in two of them, could be an error?). Compared to singles, it's a LITTLE cheaper to get 3-packs than 3 singles but there doesn't appear to be any other advantage other than convenience.
And there's also this "Pirate Seas Adventure Pack": http://www.centresoft.co.uk/pr...-adventure-pack
- Pirate Seas
- Hidden Treasure
- Ghost Swords
The text on the page says "4 Additional figurines for added benefits and unlocking additional areas of the game."
Vague, but still more info than what was known before?
These all match Amazon's extremely basic listings - 12 single packs, 3 triple packs, and one adventure pack, so that might be everything we'll get at launch, excluding what exclusives Toys R Us has yet to show. Pretty good selection, IMO.