Tides of Darkness

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After killing the corrupt Warchief Blackhand, Orgrim Doomhammer was quick to seize control over the Orcish Horde. Now he is determined to conquer the rest of Azeroth so that his people will once again have a home of their own in the ...

WORLD OF WARCRAFT

Anduin Lothar, former Champion of Stormwind, has left his shattered homeland behind and led his people across the Great Sea to the lak of Lordaeron. There, with the assistance of the noble King Terenas, he forges a mighty Alliance with the other human nations. But even that may not be enough to stop the Horde 's merciless onslaught.

Elves, warves, and trolls enter the fray as the two emerging factions vie for dominance. Will the valiant Alliance prevail, or will the Horde 's tide of darkness consume the last vestiges of freedom on Azeroth?

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Published August 28th 2007 by Pocket Star
Original Title of the Book
Tides of Darkness
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384

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Anduin Lothar is the leader of the alliance defense and his close allies help him defend against the orcish horde that treaten the kingdom of azeroth and its capitol Stormwind City.

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🎮❤️ ... PT~🇵🇹Estava a precisar desta injeção de fantasia épica ao estilo MMORPG.Este é o melhor livro WarCraft que li até agora!

Tudo isto esteve muito mais presente! Desta vez a história acontece nos Reinos do Este por isso fui instantaneamente transportado mais uma vez para todas aquelas zonas e cidades que tantas vezes visitei virtualmente.Muitas personagens importantes aparecem na história e fico contente por as ter conhecido pois no jogo estão mortas ou desaparecidas e assim pude conectar-me melhor com elas.

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World of Warcraft: Tides of Darkness, by Aaron RosenbergI read this immediately after finishing " Rise of the Horde, " by Christie Golden, and as such it provides a continuation of what happens after the orcs entered the Dark Portal.

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Orcish Warlock Gul'dan fits into the more distinctly evil category, though his final fate in this novel ( perhaps dictated by pre-established lore?) is a bit abrupt and feels like an appendage to the general story.

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The Warchief of the Horde, Blackhand the Destroyer, has been betrayed and killed by his second-in-command; Gul'dan and the Shadow Council have been taken completely by surprise.

From what I 've heard, it 's apparently mostly a novelisation of the game Warcraft II, and it definitely filled in a lot of holes for me.From the viewpoint of Anduin Lothar, Tides of Darkness tells the tale of the Last War and the formation of the Coalitio.

And while reading, you also get to witness the rigins of both the paladins and the death knights, among other things.The most interesting part is that Orgrim Doomhammer, one of my favourite Warcraft characters and an overall pretty nice guy, is the main villai.

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