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  • WoW: Leseprobe zum kommenden WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" von Michael Stackpole

    Am 2. Juli 2013 erscheint der neue WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" von Michael Stackpole. In dem Buch wird die Geschichte um den Troll-Anführer Vol'jin fortgesetzt, der sich nach dem Konflikt mit Kriegshäuptling Garrosh mit einer Zandalari-Invasion auf Pandaria auseinandersetzen muss. Hier findet Ihr eine englische Leseprobe zum kommenden WoW-Roman.

    In World of Warcraft überschlagen sich zurzeit die Ereignisse. Kriegshäuptling Garrosh Höllschrei veranlasste einen Mordanschlag auf Troll-Anführer Vol'jin, den dieser jedoch dank der Rettung durch Chen Sturmbräu schwer verletzt überlebte. Am 2. Juli 2013 erscheint nun der neue WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" von Michael Stackpole, der die Handlung um den Anführer der Trollstämme nach dem Anschlag erzählt. Vol'jin gerät in eine Invasion der Zandalari auf Pandaria, die dem Troll eine verlockenden Machtposition an ihrer Seite haben anbieten.

    Auf der Webseite zu World of Warcraft wurde bereits eine erste englische Leseprobe zu "Schatten der Horde" veröffentlicht. Darin erfahrt Ihr von Vol'jins Visionen, die den Troll-Anführer im Traum heimsuchen. Der WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" erscheint als Hardcover-Ausgabe und als digitaler Download für den Kindle. Im Anschluss an die Meldung findet Ihr die englische Leseprobe des Buchs, das ab dem 2. Juli 2013 in den Handel kommt.



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    When awareness came to him again, Vol'jin found himself whole and hale, strong of limb and standing tall. A fierce sun beat down on him as he stood in a courtyard with thousands of other trolls. They had nearly a head's height on him, yet none of them made an issue of it. In fact, none of them seemed to notice him at all.

    Another dream. A vision.

    He did not immediately recognize the place, though he had a sense that he'd been there before. Or, rather, later, for this city had not surrendered to the surrounding jungle's invasion. The stone carvings on walls remained crisp and clear. Arches had not been shattered. Cobbles had not been broken or scavenged. And the stepped pyramid, before which they all stood, had not been humbled by time's ravages.

    He stood amid a crowd of Zandalari, members of the troll tribe from which all other tribes had descended. They had become, over the years, taller than most and exalted. In the vision they seemed less a tribe than a caste of priests, powerful and educated, quite apt for leading.

    But in Vol'jin's time, their ability to lead had degraded. It is because their dreams all be trapped here.

    This was the Zandalar empire at the height of its power. It dominated Azeroth but would fall victim to its own might. Greed and avarice would spark intrigues. Factions would split. New empires would rise, like the Gurubashi empire, which would drive Vol'jin's Darkspear trolls into exile. Then it would fall too.

    The Zandalari hungered for a return to the time when they were ascendant. It was a time when trolls were a most noble race. The trolls, united, had risen to heights which someone like Garrosh Hellscream could not possibly dream existed.

    A sense of magic ancient and powerful flooded through Vol'jin, providing him the key to why he was seeing the Zandalari. Titan magic predated even the Zandalari. It was more powerful than they were. As high as the Zandalari had been above things that slithered and stung, so were the titans above them—likewise their magic.

    Vol'jin moved through the crowd as might a specter. The Zandalari faces glowed with fearsome smiles—the sort he'd seen on trolls when trumpets blared and drums pounded, inviting them to battle. Trolls were built to rend and slay—Azeroth was their world, and all in it were subject to their dominion. Though Vol'jin might differ with other trolls as to the identity of their enemies, he was no less fierce in battle, and vastly proud of how the Darkspears had conquered their foes and liberated the Echo Isles.

    So Bwonsamdi be mocking me with this vision. The Zandalari dreamed of empire, and Vol'jin wished the best for his people. Vol'jin knew the difference. It was simple enough to plan for slaughter and far more complex to create a future. For a loa who liked his sacrifices bloody and battle-torn, Vol'jin's vision held little appeal.

    Vol'jin ascended the pyramid. As he moved up, things became more substantial. Whereas before he had been in a silent world, he could now feel drums thrumming up through the stone. The breeze brushed over his light fur, tousled his hair. It brought with it the sweet scent of flowers—a scent just slightly sharper than that of spilled blood.

    The drumming pounded into him. His heart beat in time. Voices came to him. Shouts from below. Commands from above. He refused to retreat but stopped climbing higher. It seemed he might be rising through time as he would be rising through lake water. If he reached the top, he would be there with the Zandalari and feel what they felt. He would know their pride. He would breathe in their dreams.

    He would become one with them.

    He would not allow himself that luxury.

    His dream for the Darkspear tribe might not have excited Bwonsamdi, but it provided life for the Darkspears. The Azeroth the Zandalari had known had been utterly and irrevocably changed. Portals had been opened. New peoples had come through. Lands had been shattered, races warped, and more power released than the Zandalari knew existed. The disparate races—elves, humans, trolls, orcs, and even goblins, among others—had united to defeat Deathwing, creating a power structure that revolted and offended the Zandalari. The Zandalari hungered to reestablish rule over a world that had so changed that their dreams could never come true.

    Vol'jin caught himself. "Never" be a powerful word.

    In an eyeblink the vision shifted. He now stood at the pyramid's apex, looking down into the faces of the Darkspears. His Darkspears. They trusted his knowledge of the world. If he told them they could recapture the glory that was once theirs, they would follow him. If he commanded them to take Stranglethorn or Durotar, they would. The Darkspears would boil out of the islands, subjugating all in their path, simply because he wished it done.

    He could do it. He could see a way. He'd had Thrall's ear, and the orc had trusted him in military matters. He could spend the months of recuperation plotting out the campaigns and organizing strategies. Within a year or two of his return from Pandaria—if that was still where he was—the Darkspear banner would be anointed with blood and more feared than it already was.

    And what be that gaining me?

    I would be pleased.

    Vol'jin spun. Bwonsamdi stood above him, a titanic figure, ears forward and straining to gather the pulsed shouts from below. It would gain you peace, Vol'jin, for you be doing what your troll nature demands.

    Is that all we be meant for?

    The loa do not require you to be more. What purpose be there in your bein' more?

    Vol'jin looked for an answer to that question. His search left him staring at a void. Its darkness reached and engulfed him, leaving him with no answer and certainly no peace.
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    Es gibt 3 Kommentare zum Artikel
    Von Yinj
    Ah Danke! Da hab ich ja was vor mit wenn ich die alle Lesen will :D
    Von Derulu
    Vol'jin sollte der 18. Roman sein Der Artikel dürfte bei der Reihenfolge helfen http://www.buffed.de/World-of…
    Von Yinj
    Kurze Frage: Wie viele Bücher gibt es und in welcher Reihenfolge sollte man diese lesen?

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      Kurze Frage: Wie viele Bücher gibt es und in welcher Reihenfolge sollte man diese lesen?
      Yinj
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      Ah Danke! Da hab ich ja was vor mit wenn ich die alle Lesen will
      Derulu
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      Kommentar wurde 1x gebufft
      Vol'jin sollte der 18. Roman sein

      Der Artikel dürfte bei der Reihenfolge helfen

      http://www.buffed.de/World-of-Warcraft-PC-16678/Specials/WoW-Romane-Comics-und-Kurzgeschichten-in-der-Uebersicht-Die-Warcraft-Geschichte-zum-Nachlesen-871721/

      und danach
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      Trashmen
      am 08. Juni 2013
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      Muss man andere Bücher davor gelesen haben um im neuen Buch klar zu kommen?Oder kann man so bedenkenlos einsteigen ohn ein anderes davor gelesen zu haben?
      Eyora
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      Ich denke die Englische Variante ist die bessere Wahl. Ich hab Jaina schon in Englisch gelesen.
      Die Warcraft-Bücher davor auf deutsch.
      Pferdesalamie
      am 07. Juni 2013
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      2. Juli 2013, ist das der termin für das deutsche buch oder die englische version?
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      Beide !
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WoW: Leseprobe zum kommenden WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" von Michael Stackpole
Am 2. Juli 2013 erscheint der neue WoW-Roman "Schatten der Horde" von Michael Stackpole. In dem Buch wird die Geschichte um den Troll-Anführer Vol'jin fortgesetzt, der sich nach dem Konflikt mit Kriegshäuptling Garrosh mit einer Zandalari-Invasion auf Pandaria auseinandersetzen muss. Hier findet Ihr eine englische Leseprobe zum kommenden WoW-Roman.
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