The World of Warcraft toy sets cost between £6.99 and £100, and will be available to buy from the likes of Argos, Tesco and Toys R Us.
Copyright: Blizzard Entertainment MEGA Brands Inc.The range contains figurines, vehicles and play sets from different classes, races and the Alliance and Horde factions.
The Faction Packs are the cheapest sets, each featuring 15-piece character builds, complete with weapons, interchangeable chest plates and shoulder pads, as well as tileable base plates and race-themed accessories.
Other packs feature characters and mounts, fully-working catapult launchers, brick blasting cannon-launchers and both the Sindragosa dragon and the Lich King.
The most expensive set is the Deathwings Stormwind Assault, which is based on the Cataclysm expansion and contains 100 pieces.
World of Warcraft's next expansion Mists of Panderia will be available later this year.
The expansion will add the new continent of Pandaria, along with the Pandaren race, a race of panda people, playable by both Alliance and Horde users.
The level cap for players will be raised to 90, adding nine heroic dungeons and three raids with 14 raid bosses. The Scarlet Monastery will be one of the heroic dungeons.
Blizzard previously announced that Mists of Pandaria will also include Pokemon-like pet battles.
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