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Warcraft: Shaman

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Earthquakes. Fires. Floods. Tornados. The elements of Azeroth are out of control, unleashing devastating natural disasters that threaten to tear Azeroth asunder. Muln Earthfury, the shaman leader of the secretive Earthen Ring, attempts to pacify the elements - but his pleas fall on deaf ears.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 28th 2010 by TokyoPop
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it felt like a saturday morning cartoon!
For centuries, the Earthen Ring of shamans had been protecting their people and working as one with the elements. But now something is wrong. The elements are out of control, and the shamans are confused, and in this difficult time a stranger appears – and offers a way to solve all the problems. His method of dealing with the elements never fails, unlike the traditional ones, but is the easy answer the right one? There is no doubt that the change is inevitable - the question is whether this is t ...more
What a good book! The art was very well done (in certain parts) and the story was interesting.
Though the story and art was good, i feel the art in some parts was so elaborate it was hard to tell what exactly was going on and confused me on the story. Also a lot of things were random in the story it seemed and weren't introduced properly to make complete sense. But I wish there was a second book, the ending wqas good but i feel it could introduce another book as well.
Allan Viz
A good addition to the canon. I'm somewhat amiss by the way the authors describe shamanism in the book though.
I am particularly fond of the artwork, but not on the storyline. It's pretty much a reflection of a stereotypical master-student relation

One last thing: Tauren moe is so cute >_<
The storyline in this one was okay. Great artwork though. =)
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