StarCraft: Queen of Blades novel now available in the Blizzard Online Store The story of StarCraft continues to unfold in the latest novel set in the epic StarCraft universe. Jim Raynor, dismayed over Emperor Mengsk's betrayal of the powerful telepath, Sarah Kerrigan, to the ravenous Zerg, follows haunted telepathic visions in hopes of rescuing Kerrigan from her fate in the volcanic alien world of Char. But is it too late? Click http://shop.blizzard.com/section3/?user=PX6fsGX1HHup4%2BWNlmSRmdbgbrnllh1XKbmVoNWJWV0= to find out.
The story of this book doesn't sound too exciting for me. What I liked about the Legacy of the Xel Naga and Speed of Darkness is it tells stories not directly related to the ones you know about in the game.
When I bought Birthright, I was expecting something loosely put together, with a really lame plot, but I was wrong. The plot was very clever, the characters are well defined, and the details are very good. I enjoyed the book very much. I recommend any Diablo fan to read it.
Based on the #1 bestselling computer game :confused: :confused: are they refering to the entire warcraft series
Nah they're referring to SC. Sold over 9 million copies. I aint quite sure, but World of Warcrap may have yet to catch up (last I heard, it was at 8 million copies, but we all know blizz's goal is to sell more then SC so that they can justify eliminating the thing altogether). Then again, you mighta been sarcastic. But all those crazy emoticons of confusion lean to the wing of 'OTHERWISE'.
As for the book, it was alright. The plot of the game acts as a virtual milimeter shell for the whole of the story (additonally, Raynor is the protagonist, and the Zerg Campaign never really caught up with him)... reveals secrets, provides some minor depth, and Tassadar and Zeratul even make an appearance for the very first time in the series. Zeratul's honestly a bad ass. It's worth the read. But it aint as good as Speed of Darkness.
Shadow of the Xel Naga is by far the worst in the series, so I don't what your on, man.
definitely looking forward to this game. and d3 of course. screw WOW and WC, give us SCII or DIII
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