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3-04-2010 @ 11:25AM
As I forgot to mention above, Jeff Grubb's "The Last Guardian" is the only Warcraft novel I've read that is a good piece of literature on its own merit. If it were just a book I was judging based solely on its value as a well written, entertaining novel, it's the only one so far that holds up. It takes place in the Warcraft series, but is its own book, not just a 'supplement'.The rest seem to exist solely to elaborate on past events or characters in the Warcraft universe and aren't very strong narratives in their own right. This isn't to say they're not enjoyable, they all simply require the umbrella of Blizzard Entertainment to be enjoyable. Not to mention a good third of 'Arthas' was Warcraft 3 rendered on paper, a game I've played and know the story of, already, without even going so far as elaborating on just what happened to Arthas directly after he 'killed' Mal'ganis.
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