RemovedLots of stuff coming out in October centred around Wrath of the Lich King. Hoping October is the release date for Wrath Classic!
coolio. still havent picked up the kalimdor book, but im happy theyre continuing the series still after the negative reaction to that one
Curious to see who's point of view it will be from.Edit: It was written in the post nevermind
Huh, didn't realise they were going to do more continents. Wonder if they'll do Pandaria and Broken Shore? Too early by far for Dragon Isles and it would be weird if they did Outland or Draenor.
Wondering what has happened in Northrend after all these years, and hope that this book turns out better than the Kalimdor one.
I'm really concerned if this book might make some... lore mistakes. I know the last one made some glaring lore mistakes.
What convenient timing...Could it be... related to something, perhaps? :P
Hope Is better that the EK and Kalindor ones... Yeah I'm it will but i would be cautious and wait some reviews
Looks like another unreliable narrator book that will most probably retkon (or try to) some things. I miss the days when I was so in love with the lore...I hold a small glimmer of hope that it won't be a retkoning s**tshow and it will deepen the great stories that were built here before...but it is only a small glimmer.
Delightful to see them include more continents in this book series. Hope to see more.And hopefully, more will appear on Audible too, alas, there is only one at the moment.
Anyone else say "finally!" then realize half a second later that it's not the preorder you wanted?
I'm not that into reading physical books so it's a shame that these books aren't great as audiobooks (and by that I mean, they are terrible, terrible audiobooks ).They are more about the art than the actual story (which is fine obviously), the covers alone are gorgeous. I definitely feel like I'm missing out but can't justify getting them for my non-existent bookshelf :P
Hope it showcases how bad the situation with the Scourge running rampant across Azeroth is (if it takes place after Shadowlands, that is) and what the living across Azeroth are doing to counter it, especially since it's set in Northrend.
This would have been cool when I was in high school because for the most part, I liked the Northrend quests. I can't say the timing is too bad, though.
Very glad to see that Blizz is continuing this series, and with some new writers. The first two felt a little 'thin' in terms of their content, but I remain optimistic and of course I will buy this regardless b/c I'm a Blizzard simp.
Once again, death knights shafted. I don't know why I get my hopes up when Blizzard makes it clear they don't want to do anything with the Ebon Blade.