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WarCraft: Lands of Conflict

£50.00

Product description

It's a real pleasure to get a gem like this one. Having a full report about the entire eastern lands is just great. The book is very descriptive and written as though Brann was actually walking through the eastern continents. He actually gives the impression that he is trolling (or would that be dwarfing?)through all these lands, seeing the sights, meeting the people, fighting monsters.

The book is very well paced and the order in which Brann travels through the different areas makes sense, as though he was actually walking through those lands. I was very impressed with the adventures and hooks sections of each area, as well as Brann's descriptions of the cultural and political climates of the different towns and counties. Knowing how things are working the Undercity (especially the horrors of dealing with the undead) are incredibly interesting, and even hearing about smaller places like Booty Bay or Hillsbrad make for a good read. I also like how we get to see places that haven't been talked about very much, such as Stromgarde and Kul Tiras. (Granted, we hear a lot about Daelin Proudmoore and his daughter Jaina, but nothing about what happened back home.) This book is something that any traveler through the Eastern continents should carry with them at all times.

Lots of tie-ins with the Warcraft novels, especially Blood and Honor and Lord of the Clans. Hearing about Tirion Fordring and Thrall again are always a plus.

I'm also very much enjoying the new prestige classes, though the Defias Renegade seems to me to be a strange mix of a thief and tinker. Both the Scarlet Crusader and the Royal Apothecary are very cool new prestige classes.

Item details

Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1588469603
ISBN-13:
9781588469601
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
White Wolf Publishing,U.S.

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It's a real pleasure to get a gem like this one. Having a full report about the entire eastern lands is just great. The book is very descriptive and written as though Brann was actually walking through the eastern continents. He actually gives the impression that he is trolling (or would that be dwarfing?)through all these lands, seeing the sights, meeting the people, fighting monsters.

The book is very well paced and the order in which Brann travels through the different areas makes sense, as though he was actually walking through those lands. I was very impressed with the adventures and hooks sections of each area, as well as Brann's descriptions of the cultural and political climates of the different towns and counties. Knowing how things are working the Undercity (especially the horrors of dealing with the undead) are incredibly interesting, and even hearing about smaller places like Booty Bay or Hillsbrad make for a good read. I also like how we get to see places that haven't been talked about very much, such as Stromgarde and Kul Tiras. (Granted, we hear a lot about Daelin Proudmoore and his daughter Jaina, but nothing about what happened back home.) This book is something that any traveler through the Eastern continents should carry with them at all times.

Lots of tie-ins with the Warcraft novels, especially Blood and Honor and Lord of the Clans. Hearing about Tirion Fordring and Thrall again are always a plus.

I'm also very much enjoying the new prestige classes, though the Defias Renegade seems to me to be a strange mix of a thief and tinker. Both the Scarlet Crusader and the Royal Apothecary are very cool new prestige classes.

Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1588469603
ISBN-13:
9781588469601
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
White Wolf Publishing,U.S.

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