There is a lot to discover in World of Warcraft, after all, the popular MMO has one of the largest game worlds ever. In the past few years, we've explored small islands and large continents in WoW, and even solved the mystery of the creation of the cosmos in Shadowlands. However, Azeroth still holds many secrets that are just waiting to be uncovered.01:35
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For years, Blizzard has been publishing books and novels to introduce players to the history of WoW. With the series of books called "Roads through Azeroth", the developers introduce the continents of Azeroth one by one. In the first installment of World of Warcraft: Roaming Azeroth: The Eastern Kingdoms, master spy Mathias Shaw and Captain Finn Schoenwind take a journey through the Eastern Kingdoms to record stories and discover all sorts of treasures. A few months later, World of Warcraft: Roam of Azeroth: Kalimdorfollowed as the second installment in the series, in which we readers accompany the legendary Horde hero Rexxar as well as the darkspear troll Zekhan as they roam the dangerous wilderness of Kalimdor. Also read these interesting stories6
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Off to Northrend!
WoW: The dwarves explore the icy continent of Northrend in the new book (1) Source: Blizzard The third part of Exploring Azeroth is not long in coming! After the Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor, it's off to the icy north of Azeroth in Exploring Azeroth: Northrend. The northern continent was the main focus of the story in Wrath of the Lich King, but also - for a brief moment - in WoW: Shadowlands. In the book, the dwarves of the Bronzebeard clan venture across the northernmost continent of Azeroth to explore its secrets and mysteries. Frostwyrm dragons and the Icecrown Citadel grace the cover, and the official description states:
Ever since the "crown of Azeroth" assumed center stage in World of Warcraft (buy now )Wrath of the Lich King, millions of players have been captivated by the dark, stormy depths of the continent that has become synonymous with the dreaded Scourge. Now, venture into the icy, mysterious tundra of Northrend under the expert guidance of Clan Bronzebeard in this third installment in the wildly popular World of Warcraft: Exploring Azeroth series!
The story of Exploring Azeroth: Northrend is penned by Alex Acks, the award-winning author of the Ghost Wolves series. About the author, we learn this much:
Alex Acks is an award-winning writer, Book Riot contributor, geologist, and sharp-dressed sir. Angry Robot Books has published their novels Hunger Makes the Wolf (winner of the 2017 Kitschies Golden Tentacle award) and Blood Binds the Pack under the pen name Alex Wells. A collection of their steampunk novellas, Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures, is available from Queen of Swords Press. They've had short fiction in Tor.com, Strange Horizons, Giganotosaurus, Daily Science Fiction, Lightspeed and more, and are a regular contributor at Book Riot. They've also written several episodes of Six to Start's Superhero Workout game and races for their RaceLink project. Alex lives in Denver (where they bicycle, drink tea, and twirl their ever-so-dapper mustache) with their two furry little bastards. For more information, see http://www.alexacks.com.
The book will be released in English on October 18, 2022, according to Amazon. You can pre-order Exploring Azeroth: Northrend today. When the German edition will be available in stores is still unknown. As soon as that changes, we will of course provide you with an update in a timely manner. How does it look like: Do you like Nordend? After all, WoW: WotLK Classic will be released this year! to the start page to the gallery Jump to comments (0) Tanja Barth