Um...yay? Huzzah for the burnt out writer getting employed at Blizzard; please don't let her into the Lore department cause then we'll have more lore figures made in to pedophiles like Kael'thas or stupid ass human dragon relationships like Jaina and Kalec.
Christie and metzen are basically the mother and father of warcraft lore. Its nice shell be working full time there.Hope they continue to provide jobs for Nesskain and his wonderful work
Where do they hire their writers at?
Except the Arthas book is superior to the drivel that is the Illidan book....
Her books are pretty hit and miss a lot of the time. I liked war crimes until it got pretty full silly towards the end of the novel and it was nice seeing references to Shadows of the Horde in Legion if only through an NPC who doesn't say much. Read Arthas which was fun but some of her others are a bit "Eehhhh."Hope she does well though. Love reading me some lore even if it's not always written well.
While I was enjoy Warcraft Chronicles, now this bad omen has returned. Well I just hope Blizzard wont allow Christie golden to mess up with the lore. Last time she touched, she destroyed many lore figures (making Garrosh villain, putting jaina into her menopause). Just NO! We have enough human and dragon mating stories (jaina and kalec).
whats done its done, no one can fix the way the Lore is. i welcome new lore. how bad can we get from where we are now ?
Looking forward to seeing what Golden can do with the story. Arthas and War Crimes are still my favorite two Warcraft novels. Plus, she did a ton of fleshing out with the Wrathion and Anduin relationship, and boy do I want to see that flourish.
I liked Christie's novels that I read. They were certainly better than Richard leviathan A. leviathan "Leviathan" leviathan Knaak, whose stories would have been great if I could see them through the forest of leviathans.
And in most European countries, which what the humans kingdoms are inspired by, the legal age is 16. (Just like in LotR and GoT/AsoiaF, CoN) Also its a fantasy book. She was an adult, and you are wrong.