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10-23-2010 @ 7:33PM
I honestly think its that fine line between fanfaction and published author. A fanfiction tends to be about someone personal characters put into a universe where they are more important than existing characters and the Existing characters spend all there time talk up those characters created by the Author. The Relationship between Rhonin and Illidan in the War of the Ancients trilogy might be seen an example of this. However I would suggest that unlike fanfiction where characters are one dimensional conduit of awesome that sunder the world. Knaaks characters are for the most part well round if ungodly powerful. My main issue is tends to use the same ideas to often through the course of a book. Foxbloods telporting in 'Stormrage' Sky chases in Demon Soul to name a few. All that said his books are quick reads filled with action and while might hurt your mind the more you think about them they do tend to be enjoyable from a pulp fiction level. And to read the Interview it seems it trying to find that find line between good drama and fulling the story needs of blizzard. Sometimes it works some times it doesn'tJust my two copper
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