Day of the Dragon (Warcraft, Book 2) by Richard A. Knaak, Richard Knaak

By Richard A. Knaak, Richard Knaak

Within the mist-shrouded haze of the prior, the realm of Azeroth teemed with wondrous creatures of each style. Mysterious Elves and hardy Dwarves walked between tribes of guy in relative peace and concord -- until eventually the coming of the demonic military referred to as Burning Legion shattered the world's tranquility perpetually. Now Orcs, Dragons, Goblins, and Trolls all vie for supremacy over the scattered, warring kingdoms -- a part of a grand, malevolent scheme that might make sure the destiny of the area of
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A terrifying upheaval one of the maximum ranks of the world's Wizards sends the maverick Mage, Rhonin, on a deadly trip into the Orc-controlled lands of Khaz Modan. What Rhonin uncovers is an enormous, far-reaching conspiracy, darker than whatever he ever imagined -- a risk that would strength him right into a harmful alliance with old creatures of air and Þre if the realm of Azeroth is to work out one other sunrise.

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I hope you will let depraved women alone,” said the voice of Melior, “because as you ought with proper shame to remember—” “My princess, let us not over-rashly sneer at depraved women. They very often have good hearts, they have attested their philanthropy in repeated instances, and I have noticed that the deeper our research into their private affairs, the more amiable we are apt to find their conduct. In any case, as touches myself, a saint is above all carnal stains and, I believe, diseases also.

Three incredibly weather-beaten sheep were grazing to his right: to the left he saw, framed by the foliage upon each side of and overhanging the green roadway, the castle of Brumbelois. Thus one by one did Florian cut off the heads of the seven wardens, with real regret—excepting only when he killed the catoblepas—that his needs compelled him to destroy such colourful and charming monsters. The two remarkably hairy persons, without ever speaking, lifted each enormous head, one by one into, the cart.

Somewhere in that November neighbourhood,” said Florian. And he steeled himself against the other’s outburst of horror and amazement. ” said the porter. “I certainly never imagined it would come to that. ” You could not but find, in this stubborn unwillingness to face the magnitude of Florian’s exploits, something horribly prosaic and CHAPTER VI | 40 callous; but, none the less, Florian civilly asked the man’s meaning; and the dejected porter replied: “It is just a sort of fancying, sir, that one wanders into after watching the stars, as I do in the way of business, night after night.

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