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3-06-2010 @ 11:55PM
I'm not a Knaak lover or hater, but having read Cycle of Hatred very recently, I'm sure it will seem delightful in comparison. Sure Knaak's a bit predictable, and not deep, but I really have trouble figuring out where all the hate comes from. *shrug*
3-07-2010 @ 1:23AM
Repetition.To the point of 'Mage' appearing 14 times in just six pages.
3-07-2010 @ 10:33AM
I'm sorry, what was that? I couldn't hear you over all the MAGES. No, I said the MAGES are too loud because they're busy screwing around with other MAGES.DAMN YOU MAGES!
3-07-2010 @ 1:06PM
Like I said, I'm not too far into the book, so I suppose I haven't hit up against the repetition yet.Perhaps that's why his work is so predictable. You know, generally, the race/species and proclivity of the people who are going to make the biggest impact in his plots. I do wish he would explore a bit more, but I'm still not going to think his work is atrocious because of a few weaknesses. But then, I've always been a patient person. x.x
3-07-2010 @ 4:17PM
Cycle of Hatred and Night of the Dragon deserve special places in WarCraft hell.Stormrage is magnificent compared to either if those crap-piles.
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