- Tapa dura: 164 páginas
- Editor: Pocket Books (21 de enero de 2014)
- Colección: Diablo
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1608872793
- ISBN-13: 978-1608872794
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº3.102 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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DIABLO III: BOOK OF TYRAEL (Inglés) Tapa dura – 21 ene 2014
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."..phenomenal in visual appearance... Almost every page in the book contains at least one piece of artwork and a piece of dedicated scripture, all of which is printed perfectly on the highest quality of paper."--"Inside the Box Reviews "
"While this insight into the backstory of Diablo III is very welcome, at least half the draw of the "Book of Cain" was in its gorgeous illustrations, the sort of images you only find in concept artwork, except more fully fleshed out and featuring a greater degree of detail. "The Book of Tyrael" continues this tradition, and is described as featuring 'stunning original art throughout.'"--"The Escapist"
phenomenal in visual appearance Almost every page in the book contains at least one piece of artwork and a piece of dedicated scripture, all of which is printed perfectly on the highest quality of paper. "Inside the Box Reviews "
While this insight into the backstory of Diablo III is very welcome, at least half the draw of the "Book of Cain" was in its gorgeous illustrations, the sort of images you only find in concept artwork, except more fully fleshed out and featuring a greater degree of detail. "The Book of Tyrael" continues this tradition, and is described as featuring stunning original art throughout. "The Escapist""
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One of the most exciting and visceral action role-playing games in recent memory, Diablo® has become a worldwide gaming phenomenon. Diablo III: Book of Tyrael takes fans even further into the universe with a detailed and beautifully crafted artifact that focuses on the renowned champion Tyrael. As a former archangel of the High Heavens, he ranks among the most important and influential characters in the Diablo franchise. Here, in this illustrated and comprehensive tome, he reveals never-before-known secrets about the history of the world, the dark threats that yet face mankind, and his decision to join the ranks of humanity as a mortal. Featuring stunning original art throughout, this beautifully illustrated follow-up to Diablo III: Book of Cain will also feature letters from Leah and additional fragments of Cain’s writings, all curated by Tyrael as he weaves together a complex and fascinating story for the members of the Horadrim. Also features a fully removable illustration of the Leoric family and other influential characters from Old Tristram; including Deckard Cain, Prince Albrecht, Archbishop Lazarus, King Leoric, Prince Aidan, Queen Asylla, Leah, and Adria. This reversible image would demonstrate their normal appearances on one side, along with a representation of their dark fates on the other.Ver Descripción del producto
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Con respecto al libro: Más historia, y menos entorno.
La gracia de los manuales y el Libro de Caín, es que desarrollan y enriquecen el entorno en el que se desarrolla la saga Diablo. Para no hacer spoilers, no diré nombres, pero dejaré claro como es para quien dude si comprarlo. Aquí se desarrolla la historia de dos personajes vistos en Diablo III, a mayores se cuenta la visión, de los eventos del juego Diablo III, en primera persona de otro personaje principal que no era en absoluto necesaria. Luego vuelve a narrar secuencialmente los datos dados en el Libro de Caín, que si bien ayuda a poner orden, vuelve a ser lo mismo. Y finaliza con un aburridísimo compendio por orden alfabético de clanes y personajes de la saga, que puede ayudar a quien busque algún personaje, pero no enriquece nada que no se encuentra ya sobre este mundo. Así como el juego salió mal parado y el Libro de Caín fué una gran incorporación al universo Diablo, ahora la expansión Reaper of souls es excelente y el libro de Tyrael se vuelve prescindible y pesado por su falta de traducción.
Me ha decepcionado. Le doy algo de nota por las imágenes (arte) y el factor coleccionismo que tiene un libro con éste tipo de edición.
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Now, a pointer, as I also got the Book of Cain at the exact same time (has same binding issue, btw). IF you can't decide on which to purchase, I recommend Cain's over this one. They both have almost the exact same info, with this one giving more insight into the events going on in heaven between D3 and Reaper. If you are a completionist, go for both, as there are a few tidbits in each that the other doesn't have but if I were to chose the better of the two, it is the other.
The authors of this book (Matt Burns and Doug Alexander) had quite the task of matching the wonderful writing of Book of Cain (Flint Dille). I am happy to say that they were up to the challenge, and the writing of this book, is every bit as good as what was put forth, by Flint Dille.
As a complete Diablo lore nerd, I cannot begin to describe my anticipation for this particular lore book. I will most assuredly be re-reading this, many more times, before the release of, Reaper of Souls. I am left both satiated, and still wanting more!
If you are looking for more Diablo content, this is what you "should" buy! (Note the word "should!")
For now my friends, is where It breaks my heart, to talk about the flaws of this potentially wonderful book, the printing.
The Book of Cain, was designed and printed with wonderfully detailed artwork, great pagination, smart use of switching between printed and hand-written text. At no time was the TEXT ever unreadable!
Most of this book is suppose to look like Book of Cain pages glued to modern pages.
While I can surely appreciate the artistic intent, the coloring of these pages, is just too dark.
The black text on DARKLY colored backgrounds makes several words in the book unreadable!!!
Far too many of pages are only readable if you have a direct light beaming down onto the book.
For those of you who think I am probably just going blind, let me assure you that I do wear either glasses, or contacts, and have my vision checked yearly. This is not a case of eyesight.
The sections of the book, that do not exhibit this problem are Tyrael's own pages, these are black text, on a greyish background, and are quite pleasant to read.
However, since MOST of this book's content is meant to come from other notes and journals, kept by Deckard Cain, this means that a lot of content is difficult to actually read!
Not all of these "historical" pages are unreadable, in fact the inconsistency, in which each page is readable is absurd. I truly do not know if this was the result of a flaw in the printing process, or overuse of artist intent.
I WANT to recommend this to every Diablo nut out there, but I can't.
The content is so worth paying for, but just not in this format.
Buy it, if you must, but be prepared to read this in the noon-day sun, or with a flashlight.
I have "The Book of Cain" and the books pages on there edges are rough to appear torn or raw, looking like its about hell and written by man.
Now owning "The Book of Tyrael" it's just as great in terms of design. With a bronze metal coating on the out side edge of the pages giving a polished meticulous look , as if it was written by an archangel and about the heavens.
Booth book look great together and give great insight in the lore and the characters. I appreciate the care taken to make each book look as though they are from the perspective authors in terms of coloring and how the book was designed. The covers on both books are raised to give a great feel.