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Arthas Rise Of The Lich King

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        StatementPocket Star Books
        PublishersPocket Star Books
        LC Classifications2010
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        Paginationxvi, 52 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Uther: Shut your mouth, before I shut it for you. All of Lordaeron rejoiced at Prince Arthas' triumphant return from Northrend, but their elation was not to last. Something in Arthas snapped that day, and as he walked away from Stratholme, he left much of his humanity in the flaming ruins. As the rampaging Horde, they waged a number of devastating wars against their perennial enemy - the Alliance. Muradin had been searching for a blade renowned to have legendary powers: the blade called Frostmourne. World of Warcraft: Arthas: Rise of the Lich King eBook: Golden, Christie: Kindle Store

Race to the Frozen Throne Arthas activates the obelisks. Collection [ ] Quotes in this section trigger when the player is in the tab. Arthas, the central, defining bad guy in the World of Warcraft on line roleplaying game, and the good guy gone bad from Warcraft III is one of the strongest characters ever introduced in a computer game.

Overall, though, it was totally worth an hour or two of my time. I've bought a lot of the WoW lore books second hand from Amazon and this is one of them. Christie Golden has written another great book in the World of Warcraft universe.

Lastly, the book concludes with a Further Reading section. Honestly, I am supposed to have understood why he did the things that he did but I don't think Golden succeeded in explaining that at all, therefore defeating the whole purpose of writing the story.

Quel'Thalas is visited and high Elven culture depicted. This book even created a childhood for Arthas that was Arthas Rise Of The Lich King really known. Because it spans so many events, it seems like you are lead from one event to the next with no read character or story development in-between.

Enemy Slaughter this so-called hero. Calia was distraught by the decision and hoped Arthas would marry for love rather than politics.

Lay waste to this world.