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Illustrated Rise of the Horde & Lord of the Clans Coming October 20th
30/08/2020 a las 09:30
Rise of the Horde
Lord of the Clans
are two iconic
novels by Christie Golden, detailing the beginnings of the Horde and Thrall's rise to power. Now these books will be re-released in a deluxe illustrated edition, coming on October 20, 2020.
Pre-order Rise of the Horde on Amazon
launches a week after these books go live, and Thrall is a returning character in the expansion. Do you think the timing is deliberate, foreshadowing a larger role for Thrall, similar to how the Arthas statue went on sale right before
, Thrall's mother, is an important character in
so there's a high likelihood Thrall could meet her. Thrall's parents died when he was an infant, and while he did meet his AU parents in
Warlords of Draenor
, he never revealed his identity to them.
Exploring Azeroth: The Eastern Kingdoms
also releases on October 20th, which is a lighthearted lore compendium from the POV of Mathias Shaw and Flynn Fairwind.
Follow Thrall on his epic journey to save the Horde and Azeroth!
Enter the fantastical world of the Alliance and the Horde with these two World of Warcraft stories by Christie Golden. Learn about the Orc Thrall’s rise to power in Lord of the Clans, and then follow him through the history of how the Horde came to be in Rise of the Horde. This beautifully bound book is a must-have for any World of Warcraft fan and will be a treasured addition to any gaming library.
Blizzard also recently revealed the
Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth
Grimoire of the Shadowlands and Beyond
if you're looking to stock up on books! We also have a
list of lore books
if you want to catch up on lore from WoW's past.
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