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11-06-2009 @ 2:34PM
Do they charge $10 extra for the last chapter?
11-06-2009 @ 3:04PM
They'll make the last chapter optional for readers; it won't detract from the gamepla- I mean reading experience, but people who have been "collecting" the lore for years will probably feel obligated to shell out $10.Especially if a portion of the money is donated to a good cause: the "Improve Richard A. Knaak's Writing" Foundation.
11-06-2009 @ 3:11PM
Well, I suppose the last chapter is really a denouement. You still get the "core" story in the preceding chapters. The last one is more of a luxury item that some people will have no problem spending extra money on. After all, they're a business and if people will pay it they can charge whatever they want!
11-06-2009 @ 3:19PM
Distribution of said 'final chapter' will be "given via World of Warcraft in-game book key" that can easily be accessible through your Battle.net account and "applies to all present and future characters on a single World of Warcraft license."It's the way of the future!
11-06-2009 @ 3:24PM
Nah, you just pay $10 extra to have the font in pretty colours. It will stictly be a vanity thing.
11-06-2009 @ 3:32PM
You're right, I found this in the FAQ:What characters will receive the Last Chapter that I purchase?Once you redeem your code on an individual World of Warcraft account, every character on the account will receive the last chapter in their in-game mailbox (including any characters you create in the future). If you wish to purchase the last chapter for multiple different World of Warcraft accounts merged with the same Battle.net account, you will need to buy a separate chapter for each World of Warcraft account individually.**Please Note** If a character transfers off of the account where the last chapter is bound the chapter will be lost.**
11-06-2009 @ 5:03PM
ESRB notice "Content may change during reading"these are the books of he future!!
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