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World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects: Part I. (Dawn of The Aspects #1). by. Richard A. Knaak (Goodreads Author). · Rating details · ratings · World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects: Part I by Richard A. Knaak - THE AGE OF DRAGONS IS OVER. Uncertainty plagues Azeroth's ancient guardians as they. Part one of World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects will see its release a little later than previous reported at NYCC last year. Simon & Schuster.

This dilemma has hit Kalecgos, youngest of the former Dragon Aspects, especially hard. Having lost his great powers, how can he—or any of his kind—still make a difference in the world? The answer lies in the distant past, when savage beasts called proto-dragons ruled the skies. Through a mysterious artifact found near the heart of Northrend, Kalecgos witnesses this violent era and the shocking history of the original Aspects: Alexstrasza, Ysera, Malygos, Neltharion, and Nozdormu. In their most primitive forms, the future protectors of Azeroth must stand united against Galakrond, a bloodthirsty creature that threatens the existence of their race. But did these mere proto-dragons face such a horrific adversary alone, or did an outside force help them? Were they given the strength they would become legendary for As Kalecgos ponders the uncertain future awaiting his kind, he uncovers a mysterious artifact that allows him to see through the eyes of his late predecessor, Malygos. Intense visions bombard Kalecgos, transporting him to a time when the original Aspects were no more than primitive proto-dragons. But many questions remain for Kalecgos. What are the origins of this strange artifact?

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Cannot wait until book II comes out next month. I'm a huge lore fan and have all the novels, comics, short stories, graphic novels, etc and this was fun. If you are confused with this book, read Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects and then read the short story Charge of the Aspects. This short story can be found on the wow website under lore and short stories. I hope that helps and you all enjoy this as much as I!

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World of Warcraft: Dawn of the Aspects: Part I

The authors in this series do an excellent job of telling Blizzard's story. One person found this helpful. A Very engaging book. Well written. I dabble casually in World of Warcraft, but after reading this book, the interest in playing the game has increased.

Definitely desire reading more from this author. Fast paced page turner. But did these mere proto-dragons face such a horrific adversary alone, or did an outside force help them? Were they given the strength they would become legendary for As Kalecgos ponders the uncertain future awaiting his kind, he uncovers a mysterious artifact that allows him to see through the eyes of his late predecessor, Malygos.

Intense visions bombard Kalecgos, transporting him to a time when the original Aspects were no more than primitive proto-dragons. But many questions remain for Kalecgos. What are the origins of this strange artifact?

Are its visions a gift, or a curse? Get A Copy. Published February 18th by Pocket Star first published February 13th More Details Dawn of The Aspects 1.

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I'm usually not a fan of Richard's writing but I couldn't put this book down. It was full throttle from begging to end. The end just left me wanting more!

Jan 19, Ahmad Sharabiani rated it really liked it Shelves: Feb 21, Jeremy rated it liked it Recommends it for: Fans of the "Warcraft" universe. I preface this review by saying that I prefer my books in larger chunks, and I can't help but feel that the feeling of an appetite not quite sated may be a factor in my rating of this part of the story. There is nothing that stands out as terrifically good or bad about the story thus far, but I will say that it doesn't end cleanly at all probably due to its serialized nature.

It's not a cliffhanger as much as a pronounced truncation - the story is moving along, things are happening, and it sud I preface this review by saying that I prefer my books in larger chunks, and I can't help but feel that the feeling of an appetite not quite sated may be a factor in my rating of this part of the story. It's not a cliffhanger as much as a pronounced truncation - the story is moving along, things are happening, and it suddenly stops dead in its tracks and we await the release of Part 2.

It was, however, very interesting to see the origins of the modern dragons as proto-dragons far less evolved, less intelligent, almost a strange mix of bestial ferocity and intelligent curiosity.

I'm interested to see where the developing plot takes us, and how the Titans factor into the story of the Dragonflights. After reading Tides of War and Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, I am in love with dragon lore.

When the fall of Deathwing leaves the Aspects confused and unsure of the future of their race, the unity they all once shared has fallen away. This book is from the point of Kalecgos and is done in 5 parts. The first part has a slow start that quickly picks up and does a great job of introducing the new proto-drakes as the characters that have such powerful impact on the future of dragons.

This is my fi After reading Tides of War and Thrall: This is my first Richard Knaak writing and it is more cold and isolated from feeling than other writers of WoW supplements but it allows the truth and the grittiness of the proto-drakes to really come through and highlights the terrifying character of Galakrond. The ending to this part if a wonderful albeit painful cliffhanger for the month spanning before Part II's release. Mar 06, Jessie rated it really liked it Shelves: I love all of the World of Warcraft books, and this one was no exception.

It's a novella that stops dead in its tracks, and the reader is left waiting for the next part to find out what happens next. This aspect of the book didn't appeal to me at all. I prefer novels that are written to completion. I'm on the verge of obsession with the dragon lore of World of Warcraft, though, and I enjoyed every bit of the story in this one. I cannot wait for the next part, but I hope it doesn't end the same w I love all of the World of Warcraft books, and this one was no exception.

I cannot wait for the next part, but I hope it doesn't end the same way. Having a story stop dead in its tracks left me feeling very annoyed. Aug 29, Dottie rated it it was amazing. I may come back to this at a later time but I was so confused and I played through this content.

Dec 05, Dick Nielson rated it did not like it Shelves: I read a few books a month and normally dive into epic fantasy, but between those really like to move to something lighter and less heavy. I went through looking at the newer books that were out there and decided on this one.

Dawn of the Aspects Part 1 to release February 2013

I played WOW for a few years and thought this would be something lighter and just an enjoyable read. I struggled from the start. Huge names, tossing locations around right and left. I expected them to use some familiar names and references, but most books still take the tim I read a few books a month and normally dive into epic fantasy, but between those really like to move to something lighter and less heavy.

I expected them to use some familiar names and references, but most books still take the time to fill people in on that unknown information. Even series that are 20 books long tend to spend a little time on explaining surroundings that you see regularly.

This one did not. It dove into it deep. Sadly there was little to no character building, and when you did they gave everything the mentality and thoughts of a human. These are dragons that have lived thousands of years? Why would the feelings be so short term as to worry about some things. I was also disturbed by the dragons when they were in the protodragon form.

They were always talking about the protodragons. Use real names and terms, this just bugged me. They were also supposed to be pretty dumb. Stick with that or not, but it makes an odd read and an odd story.

The other issue is how slow it started.

Dawn of the Aspects Part 1 to release February 2013

What is the goal? What are they doing? The real time guy is bouncing in and out of the ancient dragons past self. Kind of like watching history through George Washington's eyes and thoughts.

Yet the history view had no purpose, why were they showing these things, why were the dragons doing. There was to quest for the ring, or race to survive.

Shelves: never-go-back-to , poorly-written , plot-holes , no-plot , fanboy-stories I read a few books a month and normally dive into epic fantasy, but between those really like to move to something lighter and less heavy. I went through looking at the newer books that were out there and decided on this one. I played WOW for a few years and thought this would be something lighter and just an enjoyable read.

I struggled from the start. Huge names, tossing locations around right and left. I expected them to use some familiar names and references, but most books still take the tim I read a few books a month and normally dive into epic fantasy, but between those really like to move to something lighter and less heavy.

I expected them to use some familiar names and references, but most books still take the time to fill people in on that unknown information.

Even series that are 20 books long tend to spend a little time on explaining surroundings that you see regularly. This one did not. It dove into it deep. Sadly there was little to no character building, and when you did they gave everything the mentality and thoughts of a human. These are dragons that have lived thousands of years? Why would the feelings be so short term as to worry about some things.