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Warcraft: v. 2 Shadows of Ice (Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy) Paperback – 7 Mar 2006

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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Tokyopop (7 Mar. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595327134
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595327130
  • Product Dimensions: 19.4 x 12.7 x 1.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,666 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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RICHARD A. KNAAK is the New York Times bestselling fantasy author of some three dozen novels and short pieces, including The Legend of Huma and Empire of Blood for Dragonlance. He has also written numerous novels for Warcraft and Diablo.

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Shadows of Ice: With Tyri's assistance, Kalec, Anveena, and Jorad travel toward Aerie Peak in order to reach the dwarf, Loggi, a cousin who Harkyn Grymstone said could remove the magical circles surrounding the latter two's throats. But as they fly over the mountains, the party is attacked by an undead dragon, a frost wyrm. Anveena wakes in the company of the tauren, Trag, and the undead figure of Baron Mordis. Mordis befriends her, warning her of the dread creature, Ichor, and the Scourge. It is Ichor, he claims, who is power behind the frost wyrm. But Kalec awakens to find dwarves digging out the remains of frozen beasts and discovers that Mordis is having them do it. Meanwhile, Tyri and Jorad escape from being frozen in ice, only to fall into the hands of Ichor. Ichor is seeking a crystal known as a dragon eye, a magical device used to animate a large undead. However, it is limited to only 1 or 2. The piece was stolen by a Forsaken, Baron Mordis. Mordis senses some power inherent around Anveena. He cares not what it is, only that it can help him amplify the power of his dragon eye and make it able to command an army of powerful undead beasts.

With them, he will sweep over not only the Undead Scourge, but the living as well. As for Anveena's companions, he seeks to turn them into Forsaken when the time comes, obedient to his will. For that he will also need the eye. Jorad and Tyri discover Loggi a captive of the Scourge. He is to lead the vilains to the other dwarves. Loggi thinks he can remove the bands Jorad describes, but he'll need his tools, which are back by the other dwarves. Of more immediate concern however, is Tyri, who is in a feverish state, apparently affected more by the frost wyrm's magic than Jorad. She struggles in her bonds and when Ichor seeks to silence her, her unfocused magic lashes out. Kalec finds his way to Anveena, but is captured by Trag before he can reach her. The Tauren wants to believe that his old friend still has some good in him, but finally allows Kalec to take Anveena away. Mordis punishes Trag, leaving him for dead. Meanwhile, a shadowed figure arrives on the mountain. At the same time, Tyri's momentary fever subsides, but not before Ichor's attention is drawn by the cave. Mordis decides to take action and unleash the frost wyrm. Tyri tries to stand against it.

Ichor's undead battle the dwarves and Loggi sacrifices himself for Anveena. Jorad saves Tyri by leaping on the frost wyrm and plunging his blade into the skull, but Mordis resurrects another beast. Ichor and Kalec both seek out the baron and end up doing battle. Kalec sends Ichor to oblivion, but Mordis prepares to do the same to him. However, a wounded Trag seizes the Forsaken and the power of the eye destroys the old castle, taking them with. Kalec tumbles earthward and would die, but is saved by a spell seeming to originate from where Anveena and Raac are. Anveena looks at the winged serpent in wonder. But as Kalec descends, a figure emerges from behind Anveena and slaps her hard on the head. Raac is seized in a black box. Kalec hits the mountainside hard enough to stun him and through groggy eyes sees Dar'khan spirit Anveena away. He manages a spell that knocks the box from Dar'khan's grip, but nothing more. Then, vertigo takes over and he can only watch them vanish. Tyri and Jorad find him and, with the dwarves unable to help with the neckband, they use Raac, who seems to sense the proper direction, to follow Anveena's trail, which leads directly to what was once Quel'Thalas...and is now the Plaguelands.

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By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Aug. 2014
Format: Paperback
While traveling across the Alterac Mountains Anveena, Kalec and their companions are attacked by an undead Frost Wyrm causing them to crash and be separated. While Jorad and Tyrygosa are captured, Kalec faces of against the Scourge and discovers a group of dwarfs undertaking a strange mining operation. Anveena on the other hand is rescued by the Forsaken Baron Valimar Mordis, and his Tauran companion, who has a plan to stop the Scourge but who also has secrets of his own.

This second volume of the 'Sunwell Trilogy' is another good instalment of the story. As with the previous volume, 'Shadows of Ice' has some brilliant artwork and the action scenes are very well drawn. The plot is somewhat improved from the previous volume and there are a few nice twists in the narrative (even if some are a little obvious). Having said this though, the storyline is still a little underdeveloped and a bit too brief for my liking.

The volume also includes a brief extract from the novel 'Cycle of Hatred'.

Although this was an improvement on 'Dragon Hunt' but still leaves something to be desired. Overall I feel 'Shadows of Ice' deserves a low four stars.
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By e bryant on 29 Nov. 2012
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my husband loved this book and it was in fantastic condition when it arrived. my husband has gone on to read this three more times.
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0 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Friends fan VINE VOICE on 2 Jan. 2010
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This was returned because it was a FULL COMIC STRIP BOOK, which was not stated in description when purchasing.

If you are purchasing for a youngster then it maybe OK.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Much like the first, the art much more impressive than the story. 4 April 2007
By Chip Hunter - Published on
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This second installment in the Sunwell Trilogy of manga-style comics is neither overly impressive or disappointing. If you've read the first, you pretty much know what to expect from this one too. Basically, the art is beautiful and really carries the story, bringing to life heroes and villains. The text is bare-bones and only enough to move the story is included. The story develops nicley here and I'm looking forward to reading the final book (which has finally come out after a LONG wait).

If you enjoy fantasy comics, try these set in the rich world of Warcraft. Make sure you start with the first in the series though.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Trilogy Continues 9 Aug. 2007
By Scot Whetsell - Published on
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This is not your typical book. Because it is TokyoPop it is (forgive me) more like a comic book. As such I read it in about 20 minutes. It was entertaining though.
Wonderful Story. 19 Feb. 2014
By Rafael - Published on
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The sunwell trilogy was not what i expected, but i found that was even better!
As an alliance player in World of Warcraft i've always been a little displeased with taurens, but this made me change my mind. The only Tauren in this book is incredibly wise.
Loved this trilogy.
Same old 1 Nov. 2009
By Ian E. Mcgonigal - Published on
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I was excited to see that there was an extension to the summary I liked so much from the first manga. This book added a new antagonist, and pushed to story along in a equally sappy manor like the first book. The art was also consistent to the first. It is very detailed and serious.
Five Stars 26 Jun. 2015
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Excellent Product. Smooth Transaction. I Highly Recommend This Seller. A+++++
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