The Great HAZARAI Super Rack Race #2
The HAZARAI Super Rack Race is back by popular demand, and this week we’re playing for a Masters of the Universe Trap-Jaw 7-inch Super Deformed Plush
Want in? Here’s how to play:
- Create a New Rack on HAZARAI called “Super Rack Race 2” and select the “Big Fun “category and set it to PRIVATE so no one else bites off your hard work.
- Fill up your Rack by collecting at least one of the following from the list below.
- The first person to post a link to their completed Rack as a comment on our Official Challenge Facebook post wins.
- We’ll also be giving out consolation prizes for the next 4 who finish after that, so don’t give up even if you’re not first.
NOTE: Everyone who finishes the challenge before we close the books on this contest is guaranteed to win something too.
This week we’re shaking things up and doing it a little different. Instead of just giving you a laundry list of items to find and rack, we’re only giving you clues – so first you gotta figure them out, and then you gotta go and find them. It’s a little more challenging, but a little more fun.
And Now, Let the Games Begin:
- We all know Jean Grey is a telepath whose aliases include Phoenix, Marvel Girl, and Dark Phoenix. However, at heart, she’s still Daddy’s little girl – proof of this can be found on the HeroWiz.com website – find it and Rack it.
- Put down the video game controller (this will only hurt for a minute), log into our site on a mobile device and use the camera feature to Rack a pic or video that shows an example of “geek in the real world.”
- If you’ve ever wondered what exactly is in a Gummi Bear the answer can be found on the TenaciousToys.com website – find it and Rack it.
- 267-913-7638 brings you directly to which Mike Tyson Punch-Out! Boss?
- Despite nothing being said for 22 pages, many regard this comic as the greatest G.I. Joe story ever told. Rack the cover.
- If Boba Fett and Siddhartha Gautama were put in a blender this resin art toy is what you’d end up with. Rack it.
- Any original TurboGrafx-16 gaming system purchased in North America during the 1980s came along with this pack-in-game. Rack a pic of its cover or any of its game play screens.
Wait!!! That’s not it is it??!! Of course not. Clues #8 thru 10 are coming soon – but props to you for being early because now you have a leg up on the competition.