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8-29-2009 @ 1:05AM
Exactly. His sense of grandeur and scale is great. His character development is weak though. I think Golden is the opposite. She can make you really love a character because of how much you despise him; Blackmoore especially. I actually felt sympathetic to how awful he was but still wanted him to meet justice. And that's a sign of a great villain. Her battle scenes are just kind of.. I don't want to say dull, but they're not exciting either.Both authors have strengths and both have weaknesses. I'd like to see a collaboration between the two. Golden fleshing out the characters and their dialogue and Knaak handling the settings and battles. THAT would be a great WoW book.
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