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World of Warcraft’s latest novel focuses on Sylvanas, available now

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A new World of Warcraft novel was released today, centered around the story of one of its most iconic characters: Sylvanas.

Warcraft: Sylvanas chronicles the full story of Sylvanas Windrunner, from her escape to her actions in the Shadowlands. Written by New York Times bestselling author Christie Golden, the book promises an inside look at Sylvanas, one of the world’s most iconic and recently controversial figures Warcraft Story.

“The new World of Warcraft novel Warcraft®: Sylvanas is available now wherever books are sold. This new novel, penned by best-selling author and New York Times award-winning author Christie Golden, chronicles the epic, definitive story of the legendary Sylvanas on Windrunner.”

Those who prefer audio books Warcraft: Sylvanas is also available in this format, with voice actress Patt Mattson providing the narration. The book is available now from Penguin Random House Publishing, Amazon and other retailers.

In other World of Warcraft news, Tomb of the First received some additional changes today, including reduced damage from the Genesis ring on Normal difficulty, as well as fixing a bug that could trigger Defile’s Growth when Priests were in Spirit of Redemption form. You can see the full notes on the WhereW forums Recently, Robin also detailed her thoughts on animal crafting and why waiting for it is the pits.

https://www.mmorpg.com/news/world-of-warcrafts-latest-novel-centers-on-sylvanas-available-now-2000124676 World of Warcraft’s latest novel focuses on Sylvanas, available now

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