Need a Warcraft history lesson? This WoW Humble Bundle will get you ready for any and all lore coming in Dragonflight.
If you’re in need of a WoW lore knowledge bomb before Dragonflight hits the servers, then Humble Bundle has an excellent and educational offer! The charity bundle masters announced a World of Warcraft bundle late on Thanksgiving made up of ebooks and comics from the Warcraft and WoW canon. This collection of over 20 editions covers a wide swath of Warcraft fiction, including the origins of the Dragon Aspects and the Demon Soul–lapsed lore fans will want this bundle for their collection.
What’s in a bundle?
For as low as $18 fans can score a wealth of comics, manga, and books, including:
- The War of the Ancients Trilogy: Written pre-World of Warcraft by Richard Knaak, this ebook series covers the invasion of the Burning Legion, Sundering of the Well of Eternity, and the love triangle between Malfurion, Tyrande, and Illidan Stormrage. Also: Dragons.
- Arthas: Rise of the Lich King: The first major fiction release after WoW by Christie Golden, covering Arthas’ rise to evil from multiple perspectives, including Jaina Proudmoore.
- The Sunwell Trilogy: A manga collaboration with defunct publisher TOKYOPOP, Richard Knaak returns to cover the lead-up to the Burning Crusade’s finale and how Kalecgos and Anveena wound up in the hands of the Burning Legion.
- Volume 1-4 of the DC Comics World of Warcraft series: Originally a landmark collaboration between DC Comics and Blizzard, the WoW comic is also the origins of Varian Wrynn, Valeera Sanguinar, and Broll Bearmantle.
- Warcraft Legends Vol. 1-5: Yet another manga collab, yet another Richard Knaak joint, Warcraft Legends collects short stories set in the Warcraft universe.
- World of Warcraft: Mage; Deathknight; Curse of the Worgen: More TOKYOPOP manga works, telling the stories of some major lore figures found throughout the WoW canon.
- World of Warcraft: Day of the Dragon: An ebook based on a teleplay that is about Rhonin, former Kirin Tor magus leader.
The bundle sale runs from now until December 1, with the proceeds benefiting the Call of Duty Endowment. Act now so you have plenty of material to read while you wait for Dragonflight to come online
this coming Monday whenever they manage to go live.
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