- Libro de bolsillo: 320 páginas
- Editor: Pocket Books; Edición: Reissue (10 de mayo de 2003)
- Colección: Warcraft
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0671041517
- ISBN-13: 978-0671041519
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The Warcraft: The Last Guardian: Last Guardian No.3 (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – 10 may 2003
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In the mist-shrouded haze of the past, long before the beginning of recorded time, there stood the world of Azeroth. Every kind of magical being strode the countryside among the tribes of man, and all was at peace - until the arrival of the demons and horrors of the Burning Legion and their baneful Lord Sargeras, dark god of chaotic magic. Now Dragons, Dwarves, Elves, Goblins, Humans and Orcs all vie for supremacy across the scattered kingdoms - part of a grand, malevolent scheme that will determine the fate of the world of WARCRAFT. The Guardians of Tirisfal: a line of champions imbued with godlike powers, each one through the ages charged with fighting a lonely secret war against the Burning Legion. Medivh was fated from birth to become the greatest and most powerful of this noble order. But from the beginning, a darkness tainted his soul, corrupting his innocence and turning to evil the powers that should have fought for good. Torn by two destinies, Medivh's struggle against the malice within him becomes one with the fate of Azeroth itself...and changes the world forever.
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Hope this helped i tried my best to get it right but as always there may be some mistakes just try to look into it on wowwiki or wowpedia. Special Thanks to Kordd on the battle.net forums for creating the original part of the list.
The text itself is clinical and lifeless. The book is about a world filled with magic and war, and I was bored by page three. I'm hoping that the rest of the story will be more appealing, but at this point I don't have high hopes. I understand that this is a simple book, written to be accessible to different audiences, but it isn't hard to include a little spark of something more meaningful than line-by-line descriptions of character actions and dialogue.
The very beginning of this book is slightly confusing, though it becomes clear at the very end. As the story progressed, I was introduced to multiple characters that I didn't know much of and learned to appreciate, and almost everything that happens in this book was brand-new to me (save Garona's task). My problem with this book was that it was kind of slow and most characters were very one-dimensional. I enjoyed it thoroughly, don't get me wrong, I just feel that it could have been written better.
At the very end, when the events at the very beginning are clarified, the identity of someone is brought to light, though the details are quite unclear and I haven't read mention of anything to do with what is revealed at the end and it is still driving me a bit crazy. All-in-all, I like the book, it provided a lot of great information, it just could have been better.
I read Rise of the Horde before this book and it picks up at a good spot. I LOVE how the author tied the prologue to the epilogue. It made the book end in a most pleasing way.
I sympathized with the Orcs in Rise of the Horde, but this one made me hate the Orcs!