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2-10-2007 @ 1:01PM
Cool. I've read all the other WC books and they've been pretty good, especially the Knaak ones.I think it's a good idea that they're going back to key times in Warcraft history and writing books about them. It's rather difficult and impractical for me to go back and play through WC1 and WC2/WC2X again if I want to go through the storyline again, so it's nice to have a book to just pick up and read.From the description there, this book is probably just about WC2 and not the expansion. Hopefully they'll also publish a Beyond the Dark Portal book. And I'd love to read a WC1 book, since I didn't get hooked on the series until WC2.The nice thing about these books is that they can consolodate the old and new lore, since there's a lot of stuff that they didn't even think of when they first created the RTS games.
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