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World of Warcraft Vol. 4 Hardcover – November 2, 2010
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If any of you play the World of Warcraft MMORPG, you all are bound to have encountered and know what a Worgen is. A new faction introduced with Cataclysm, they are the representation of the popular mythical fantastical creatures known commonly as werewolves.
The Warcraft Universe has always strived to maintain a thorough and rich canonical history throughout its timeline and to establish a well deserved and accredited pantheon. To add to this already extensive and rich repertoire, we are introduced to the back story of the Worgen. To those familiar with the opening quest chain in the starting zone for the race, you all will have no doubt followed the storyline (and if you're lucky and/or curious enough done the Forsaken side of the quests as well) as to how the Worgen fit in into the modern version of the Alliance faction.
Taking a page right from the quest chain (no pun intended), this book introduces us to a protagonist who is a sleuth, an extremely clever and astutely observant genius with an incredible acumen for logical reasoning and minute deduction (very much inspired by a certain asexual sociopath popularized by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). As we follow his journey through the by-lanes and back-allies of Gilneas City, we observe his transformation from an ignorant and obnoxious arrogant human to a compassionate enlightened but ferocious beast with a penchant for meat - especially the human kind.
Now mind you, if you all feel that this comes across as a horror story, it certainly is in many aspects. Taking inspiration from crime noir, detective fiction, thriller novels, and, horror stories, what emerges is a wonderful blend of an enthralling and engaging saga which keeps the page turning.Read more ›
I recommend this to every worgen and WoW fan. :)
I just got the book I realy like it alot I read it everynight before I got to bed. I think the art is great and so is the story. I think it would make a great DVD movie just like it is it would be so cool to see this one be made as a SiFi DVD Movie I hope that they will make it as one.
It really is fantastic. I find this worth buying and re-reading any time you're in the mood for an adventure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was hoping this would continue the story set out in the first 3 volumes, so I was disappointed with this one.Published on February 2, 2014 by Kyle Adomanis
Thank you for opening me up to a great series. This comic series is so good I can only imagine what the novels are like. Anybody who loves sword and sorcery will love this series.Published on November 16, 2013 by clinton smith
My brother and his wife got this for me for my birthday and I love it! The art and everything are really cool. If you love the worgens then you will love this!Published on June 6, 2012 by Gildae