The Sunwell Trilogy

The Sunwell Trilogy Diese Ausgabe erz hlt die ganze Sunwell Trilogy am St ck In den dunstverhangenen Nebeln der Vergangenheit war Azeroth von wundersamen Wesen aller Art erf llt Geheimnisvolle Elfen und k hne Zwerge wand

  • Title: The Sunwell Trilogy
  • Author: Richard A. Knaak Kim Jae-Hwan
  • ISBN: 9783865806383
  • Page: 278
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  • Diese Ausgabe erz hlt die ganze Sunwell Trilogy am St ck In den dunstverhangenen Nebeln der Vergangenheit war Azeroth von wundersamen Wesen aller Art erf llt Geheimnisvolle Elfen und k hne Zwerge wandelten unter den Menschen, doch der zerbrechliche Frieden im Land, wird durch uralte M chte, gef hrlich und verh ngnisvoll bedroht Jetzt k mpfen Orks, Elfen und Drachen um diDiese Ausgabe erz hlt die ganze Sunwell Trilogy am St ck In den dunstverhangenen Nebeln der Vergangenheit war Azeroth von wundersamen Wesen aller Art erf llt Geheimnisvolle Elfen und k hne Zwerge wandelten unter den Menschen, doch der zerbrechliche Frieden im Land, wird durch uralte M chte, gef hrlich und verh ngnisvoll bedroht Jetzt k mpfen Orks, Elfen und Drachen um die Herrschaft ber die zerschmetterten K nigreiche Kalec, einer der letzten berlebenden vom Volk der Blauen Drachen, wird ins zerst rte K nigreich Lordaeron gesandt, um die dunkle Bedrohung zu finden, die sein Volk zu vernichten droht Was als Kampf ums nackte berleben beginnt, entwickelt sich zu einer epischen Mission, um das gesamte K nigreich der Hochelfen vor der Untoten Gei el und dem endg ltigen Untergang zu retten

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    About “Richard A. Knaak Kim Jae-Hwan

    • Richard A. Knaak Kim Jae-Hwan

      Richard A Knaak is the bestselling author of Dragonlance novels, the Dragonrealm and Black City Saint series his own creations , six novels for Blizzard Entertainment s Diablo series, and six works in the Warcraft universe He has also written several non series fantasy books.

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    • "I saw a Mage cast a spell once and my jaw really did drop at the damage" That is a quote I kept thinking of as I read this story. It is my favorite "Confession" that I get people to admit in-game by my shadow priest. Yes I've been playing World of Warcraft religiously for 10 years so this book was a special treat for me. I'm not even a fan of Manga, but I'm sure I enjoyed this book so much because it was awesome seeing places and characters from the game come to life on the pages in stunning bl [...]







    • Para pronto: Kalecgos, un dragon azul, se enamora de un charquito de agua (Anveena) que ha tomado forma humana. ikr?Anveena vive una vida humana normal en Tarren Mill, hasta que es descubierta por Kalec, y la ayuda a escapar los asesino de Dar'Khan, que estan tratando de hacerse con el poder del Sunwell, la fuente de poder de los Elfos de sangre, hecha humana. En lo personal, me gusto la caracterizacion de Dar'Khan. El tipo apenas es un elite lvl 26 en el juego pero aqui su historia es expandida [...]


    • I typically try not to read manga because it confuses me. All the characters start to look alike and the drawings meant to create suspense just confuse me. But since I want to cosplay Anveena I figured I needed to know her story. I came. I read. I got it. Kalec fell in love way too fast and Tyri was fine with it. Dar'Khan looked like Halduron and I don't even know what role Jorad played in the whole mess, except for saving a headstrong Tyri. I mean no disrespect but man I had some trouble follow [...]


    • Okay, updating this review since my previous review was admittedly snarky. The story was standard fantasy fare, and the art was only so/so. Not great, but would probably appeal to people who are actually interested in the Warcraft backstory. It didn't particularly make me want to delve further into the Warcraft world, although I did read a few of the other DC WoW graphic novels, and was similarly underwhelmed by the story. Just didn't make my geek heart go aflutter.


    • Decent story, fantastic art.The artwork has a bit of an old school edge to it. Solid composition. This is a nice edition, has some sketches in the back. Same price as buying the 3 issues it compiles.


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