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9-09-2009 @ 5:33PM
It would be suggested to read/play them in order of the timeline, but don't feel that you have to. Most of the stories aren't linked to each other. That is, reading The Last Guardian will not be affected if you never read the Rise of the Horde. However, having read the Rise of the Horde will give you a little more insight to the Draenor (Outland) side of the opening of the Dark Portal, while The Last Guardian will give you the Azeroth events leading up to it.I tend to suggest, to people that have already played WC3, to read Day of the Dragons prior to reading the War of the Ancients Trilogy as you'll have a little better idea who some of the characters are. Chronologically it'll be a bit backwards, but story wise it'll make sense to read them that way. Hopefully I gave nothing away with that bit of advice.Good Luck!
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