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2-23-2010 @ 2:48PM
Hey, thanks for the reply.I know you might not be able to answer this as a) it might have spoilers, and b) you don't have a crystal ball...... but do those events actually matter at all?As an example, most of what happens ... of the Dragon books, really isn't all that relevant to the game, is it? Most of it, it seems to me, takes place off in its own little pocket reality of WoW, inside Knaack's own little universe, where Rhonin and Krasus have their little escapades, but it doesn't really matter at all for the larger story line.(OR its some time travel nonsense, and it actually turns out Rhonin is responsible for every important event in the history of Warcraft, so no one else is actually important.)Is the book, more or less like that , or do you get the feeling that it actually advanced the game/lore/universe in some way?I understand that, in part, its not all Knaack's fault - after all, he's writing the history of the game, and its stuff that we know, but just not in detail. And this is really a new opportunity for writers to craft new things (well, I guess they can in the comic)... but from your reading is:1) Classic Knaack- not much actually matters 2) Like the bad parts of Deathknight, where we're hoping for some cool new intel (like why he has a skele instead of ghoul, or where its name comes from)... and its a let down3) actually new, interesting info like the good parts of Deathknight and we learn new things that actually matter in game?
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