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3-04-2010 @ 8:05AM
Knaak makes me cry. Please, Blizzard. No more Mary-Sue dragon boys.
3-04-2010 @ 8:54AM
I agree that Golden's book are way better, although I was pleasantly surprised by "War of the Ancients". I personally think that this is Knaak's best (Warcraft) book.
3-04-2010 @ 9:28AM
Is that Knaack option meant for those of us who can't stand his horrible writing skill or for those who sadly like his lack of skill writing?Can't be sure if that was a "moooannnn Knaack? WTF?" or not. So I voted for the play the game only.
3-04-2010 @ 9:33AM
i'm pretty sure it's a play on a star trek joke. And yes, you're right in thinking it's not a compliment.
3-04-2010 @ 12:42PM
I will agree that the War of the Ancients trilogy was quite good. But really it's like he's still writing books before WoW is actually released. I know Night of the Dragon was a sequel, but the attempts to tie in current WoW lore/places/etc was just heavy handed. Instead of saying "Hey I've been there!" when i see a place I've been in game, I say "Oh. Ok."Stormrage was just bad in my opinion. Its redeeming qualities are few and far between. Richard Knaak may have been a very good writer at one point, but he's just not the caliber of writer for this IP anymore.
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