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Before I started playing WoW, I had read some of the lore on the official website.  Since then, I've learned lore through quests, roleplaying, other players, wowwiki, WoWInsider's lore columns… you get the picture.

I had bought an archive book that contains 4 Warcraft stories, but for some reason hadn't started to read them.  It sorta joined my pile of books I want to read, but don't know when I'll have time.  Well, lately, I've been making time and loving every minute of it.

I'm not sure if it would have been more meaningful to me if I would have read it earlier or not.  However, I know it has made my second go 'round in Dragonblight a bit more rich and meaningful.  Plus, I find it interesting to see how the stories tie NPC's, zones, and events together.

I'm curious how many of you have read Day of the Dragon? And if you did, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.

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  • It’s definitely an excellent and really makes me hope they do something with Grim Batoll over in the Wetlands. The whole series written by Knaak is really really good and Rhonin’s one of my fav fiction chars because of it. Made it really cool to come fact to face with him in Dal.

  • @Holy Dueg – Yeah, it’d be great to see something more with Grim Batol and Khaz Modan, definitely. I enjoyed runnin’ in to see Rhonin and Vareesa when I finally got to Dalaran. I know some people consider Rhonin somewhat of a ‘Mary Sue’ character, but I enjoyed him in Day of the Dragon. 🙂


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