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Between these covers lie tales of adventure, treachery, humour and bravery. Told from both Alliance and Horde point of view, these stories have entertained the likes of travelers, soldiers and thieves. They have endured the trials of time and have earned the title of legend.


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Between these covers lie tales of adventure, treachery, humour and bravery. Told from both Alliance and Horde point of view, these stories have entertained the likes of travelers, soldiers and thieves. They have endured the trials of time and have earned the title of legend.

30 review for Warcraft Legends, Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    ℓуηη, ℓσкιѕℓутнєя¢ℓαω

    Fear - ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 Trag stumbled across Thrall's path, and Thrall aids him as best he can. I liked getting some backstory on Thrall. Now it's off to Northrend as Trag journeys to end this, one way or another 🌊🚢 Warrior: Divided - ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 Twins Lieren & Loania were separated when they were babies, one raised with the High Elves, and the other raised amongst the Wildhammer clan. When they finally meet they also learn of the darkness of Karazhan that swallowed their home in Darkshire and the date Fear - ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 Trag stumbled across Thrall's path, and Thrall aids him as best he can. I liked getting some backstory on Thrall. Now it's off to Northrend as Trag journeys to end this, one way or another 🌊🚢 Warrior: Divided - ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 Twins Lieren & Loania were separated when they were babies, one raised with the High Elves, and the other raised amongst the Wildhammer clan. When they finally meet they also learn of the darkness of Karazhan that swallowed their home in Darkshire and the date of their true parents 💀 Miles to Go - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Oh gawd this was hilarious! 😂 Miles Corebender (a gnome) and Kova Broadhorn (a tauren) are the most unexpected duo & lordie the bickering was amazing! I kept laughing over lines like: "Great jumping gyros...are you re-chewing your veggies?" - Miles (when he witnesses Kova chewing her cud) OR this... "You just stay over there...and make sure you don't chip a hoof" - Miles AND this after Kova let's loose a bolt of lightning.... "Do you not see the forty-odd pounds of metal I've got strapped all over me?!" - Miles "Don't you telwl at me, you sawed-off little runt!" - Kova And the best bit ever... "I'll show you who's incompetent when I pound you like a tent peg!" - Kova "Tent peg?! Let's talk about tents after I make one out of your flea-bitten hide!!" - Miles "Stop waving those puny swords at me!!" - Kova " I'll show you puny, lunch meat!" - Miles Even the harpies give up trying to attack them, leaving them to kill themselves figuring it's not worth the trouble 😂😅 There's so many more humorous lines but I'll try to not share them all. Needless to say, this one is the best story in this volume 😁 Family Values - ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Aww, this one was sad and sweet 😢 Found family & atonement for past wrongs. Loved it

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Warcraft Legends, Volume 2 (Warcraft Legends #2), Richard A. Knaak, Grace Randolph, Dan Jolley, Aaron Sparrow, In-Bae Kim (Illustrator), Erie (Illustrator), Elisa Kwon (Illustrator), Jae-Hawn Kim (Illustrator)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Athena Shardbearer

    ....because I'm stuck in Azeroth. ....because I'm stuck in Azeroth.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jovan Majstorović

    Dve izmešane strane, nekoliko izmešanih dijaloga (tekst u pogrešnim oblačićima), smešan prevod... Srećom, priče su dovoljno dobre da zanemarim ove mane. Barem 3 od 4 priče, to jest.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tuimanatoutai

    have you herd of time before outland. do you know of the scarlet monarsty. have you herd of a elf and dwarf raising to humans. if not then read this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    April

    This was a hit or miss volume. Fear — 3/5 stars. I really dislike Knaak’s continued purple prose. Also the fonts he used in this story were difficult for me to read so it was aggravating. Warrior: Divided — 4.5/5 stars. A sad story with a happy ending about a divided family among the Wildhammer and Night Elves. Miles to Go — 5/5 stars, best story in the volume! I cackled out loud at one point. Well done with the humor of a quest undertaken by a Tauren and a gnome. Family Values — 4/5 for the art, ev This was a hit or miss volume. Fear — 3/5 stars. I really dislike Knaak’s continued purple prose. Also the fonts he used in this story were difficult for me to read so it was aggravating. Warrior: Divided — 4.5/5 stars. A sad story with a happy ending about a divided family among the Wildhammer and Night Elves. Miles to Go — 5/5 stars, best story in the volume! I cackled out loud at one point. Well done with the humor of a quest undertaken by a Tauren and a gnome. Family Values — 4/5 for the art, evoked emotions, and pathos, 2/5 for the utterly awful ending especially since it was the final story in this volume. The WORST way to end a book IMO is with a tragic story with a somewhat overused ending. Ugh.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nerd_Pilgrim

    All the short stories were really good and I appreciated that they were a little more niche this time around. Wildhammers, High Elves, Gnomes and Tauren all coming together in a way that felt both fun to read and natural to the universe. My favourite story between all the tales is tough to pick because I really liked them all. I think that Family Values is the one that felt the most emotional while Miles to Go made me smile the most. A few issues but most can be overlooked given the shorter read All the short stories were really good and I appreciated that they were a little more niche this time around. Wildhammers, High Elves, Gnomes and Tauren all coming together in a way that felt both fun to read and natural to the universe. My favourite story between all the tales is tough to pick because I really liked them all. I think that Family Values is the one that felt the most emotional while Miles to Go made me smile the most. A few issues but most can be overlooked given the shorter read time and decent artwork.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Colin

    I'm not sure if it was a printing error or an editing error that wasn't caught before the volume went to print, but there were many, many speech bubbles with missing words. In some cases it was easy enough to fill in the blank, while in other cases it was jarring. My favourite story in this volume was Miles to Go. It was an accurate representation of a few locations from the game, and it was hilarious to boot! I'm not sure if it was a printing error or an editing error that wasn't caught before the volume went to print, but there were many, many speech bubbles with missing words. In some cases it was easy enough to fill in the blank, while in other cases it was jarring. My favourite story in this volume was Miles to Go. It was an accurate representation of a few locations from the game, and it was hilarious to boot!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Pitkin

    Fear: A really nice conversation between Trag and Thrall about anger and rage and how to control that emotion. It is really interesting that even Thrall is still dealing with the rage that has come from his own past and that even he has to control it from time to time. Warrior: Divided: It is really interesting to read about more people who have connections with people for entirely different races. This story does included Karazhan and the story of the twins is really tragic. Miles to Go: this i Fear: A really nice conversation between Trag and Thrall about anger and rage and how to control that emotion. It is really interesting that even Thrall is still dealing with the rage that has come from his own past and that even he has to control it from time to time. Warrior: Divided: It is really interesting to read about more people who have connections with people for entirely different races. This story does included Karazhan and the story of the twins is really tragic. Miles to Go: this is a funny story that features a tauren the tallest playable race having to team up with a gnome one of the shortest races in a pretty funny adventure. Family Values: This is a really tragic story and it is a pretty unique story as I do not remember if there was ever story where an orc takes care of a draenei. It is a pretty cool story.

  10. 5 out of 5

    David Matteri

    Another fun collection of original stories in the Warcraft universe. There are some missing words in the text, but not too bad. Recommend for those who are new to the game and want to go deeper into the lore and world created by Blizzard.

  11. 4 out of 5

    KIRIAKI(Dominica Amat)

    https://dominicamat.blogspot.com/2019... https://dominicamat.blogspot.com/2019...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Unai

    Solo el relato "Valores familiares" para seguir con el orden de lectura correcto tras "El ascenso de la Horda" y "Unbroken" Solo el relato "Valores familiares" para seguir con el orden de lectura correcto tras "El ascenso de la Horda" y "Unbroken"

  13. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Devlin

    A good edition of warcraft stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    The fourth tale,Family Values, about an orc named Jaruk who saves a draenei girl and raises her as his own, was my favorite story. But overall, these are just fun books. I enjoy reading about the familiar faces and places I've come to love in Hearthstone. The fourth tale,Family Values, about an orc named Jaruk who saves a draenei girl and raises her as his own, was my favorite story. But overall, these are just fun books. I enjoy reading about the familiar faces and places I've come to love in Hearthstone.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ebster Davis

    I liked this even better than the first one. I particularly liked the artwork. Kudos for not making all gnomes and orcs look alike. The first story "Fear" is a continuation of the Undead Tauren's storyline. His was probably my least favorite, (view spoiler)[ because he just basically meets up with Thrall, listens to his life story, and then continues on his way. (hide spoiler)] It didn't really take the character anywhere new, and by mirroring Trag's story with Thralls', I felt like it kind of g I liked this even better than the first one. I particularly liked the artwork. Kudos for not making all gnomes and orcs look alike. The first story "Fear" is a continuation of the Undead Tauren's storyline. His was probably my least favorite, (view spoiler)[ because he just basically meets up with Thrall, listens to his life story, and then continues on his way. (hide spoiler)] It didn't really take the character anywhere new, and by mirroring Trag's story with Thralls', I felt like it kind of gave away what his character's arc is going to be (view spoiler)[ I also had to learn to overcome my demonic taint, re-discovery my spirituality, and deal with the loss of human bff etc. etc. (hide spoiler)] As a story by itself, it's not that exciting. It's just an interlude to remind you this character is coming back in the next book in the series. And, if you're not familiar with Thrall or what his backstory is, clue you in on a key Warcraft character. Which is, arguably, the point of this whole series. In that respect, the series so far is pretty effective. I approve! The second story is about a human girl, raised by dwarves. She starts out a little whiny, but it gets better. There's a really cool backstory to it all, and it involves Darkshire (exclamation point!) , and you see familiar NPC's and it's great fun! The third is about a Gnome and a Tauren who have to team up to accomplish a quest. The dialogue between these two was hilarious! I think Gnomes and Tauren's are about the two most different races in the game, and their banter was a lot of fun. (It would make an awesome episode in the TV series they will never make.) (view spoiler)[ I really hope this is not the last story for them. And not just because they like them together. At the end it's hinted that the two lady-shamans they got together are planning an assassination. but the main character's don't realize it. That would be a crappy way to end off with these guys (hide spoiler)] The forth was my favorite, it's called "Family Values" and it involves a Orc (view spoiler)[ raising (hide spoiler)] a baby Draenei, and talks about the blood of mannoroth, and why most of the orcs are green etc. Overall I think this is a great way to experience W.o.W lore, especially if you like Manga (because the stories themselves are very much styled in that way).

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andre

    I am a bit divided about this volume. I think that the third story about a tauren and a gnome is the best of these four stories here. The pacing and dialogues are good, the art fitting and it doesn't take itself too seriously and is all in all rather a comedy. Interestingly I think both of them might have unwittingly worked for the bad guys. But you would only know that if you were somewhat versed in WoW canon. The first story is, like its predecessor from the first volume, pretty dark but it has I am a bit divided about this volume. I think that the third story about a tauren and a gnome is the best of these four stories here. The pacing and dialogues are good, the art fitting and it doesn't take itself too seriously and is all in all rather a comedy. Interestingly I think both of them might have unwittingly worked for the bad guys. But you would only know that if you were somewhat versed in WoW canon. The first story is, like its predecessor from the first volume, pretty dark but it has one big plotconvenience(view spoiler)[ (Thrall the leader of the Horde just showing up with advice) (hide spoiler)] that makes it a bit silly, I mean the story is unusual enough as it is, if you add more you get a problem. The story afterwards is good in its basics(view spoiler)[, two twin girls raised by very different cultures and it shows in their behavior and skills, (hide spoiler)] but the dialogue and the artwork are kind of... amateurish. It looked like from a first-timer and that is odd for a project like this. Also while the speech bubbles are fine the narration boxes are pretty small and so reading them can hurt your eyes after a while. The last story… it was also good in its basics, but it did have a few plotholes(view spoiler)[, mainly with the wolf, (hide spoiler)] and despite the so to say assurance at the end it comes along as a tad rushed. Considered its emotional elements and also artstyle I think this story would have been better for a book than a chapter in a manga. It definitely has what it takes in my mind. So I would say number four had a lot of potential that sadly wasn't used. Sure it wasn't butchered either like in some other cases I know, but more could have been done with it. So all in all I would say this is a 2.5 actually, slightly going towards 3 stars.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    This was a completely wonderful surprise. Especially since Richard A. Knaak, who I'm not a huge fan of his writing style. But these stories were delightful, heartstrings pulling, and easy to imagine within the realm of the game's story. Loved it. This was a completely wonderful surprise. Especially since Richard A. Knaak, who I'm not a huge fan of his writing style. But these stories were delightful, heartstrings pulling, and easy to imagine within the realm of the game's story. Loved it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    An enjoyable read nicely illustrated.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    More lore please.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dbgirl

    This wasn't as good as vol. 1 was, but still entertaining enough. My favourite story was the last one with the orc and draenei girl, but I also liked that tauren female story, it was funny. This wasn't as good as vol. 1 was, but still entertaining enough. My favourite story was the last one with the orc and draenei girl, but I also liked that tauren female story, it was funny.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Volume one was such a let down, but this one was fantastic and so funny!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    My favourite part of this one has to be the final story of the Orc and the young Draenei he adopts. Other than that the art in this and stories are wonderful. Especially the tie in's to the game! My favourite part of this one has to be the final story of the Orc and the young Draenei he adopts. Other than that the art in this and stories are wonderful. Especially the tie in's to the game!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nightlizard

  24. 5 out of 5

    Clark Burnap

  25. 4 out of 5

    Toh Jing Sheng

  26. 4 out of 5

    Blindpieu

  27. 4 out of 5

    Doug

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bob

  29. 4 out of 5

    JD

  30. 5 out of 5

    Uliluutnantti

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