We have scheduled a live chat over the phone with Richard A. Knaak this week. We’d like to gather questions from fans who read or expect to read World of Warcraft: Wolfheart.
Eldorian will forward your questions, and record the answers from Richard A. Knaak. I’ll try to transcribe the english version, and translate to spanish too.
World of Warcraft: Wolfheart is now on sale today in the following versions: Hardcore, Kindle, and Kindle PC app. I will report the official release date for the eAudio book when details become available.
- Read our recent review.
- View interior artwork from the Wolfheart book.
I’d like to know how much, if any, of the book’s content was his own invention. Like how Christie Golden came up with Oshu’gun and whatnot.
I would be quite interested in asking him how he personally saw the relationship between King Wyrnn and King Greymane playing out over time.
Ok I got a few things in mind your consideration Medieval.
1) There any plotlines you would like to see Blizzard or yourself continue threads from Wolfheart (or fill in gaps) though not novel-length worthy but enough for a short story if not a mini-short story series? (e.g. Aduin tutelage under Velen, Gorrash’s planned new city)
2) In extension to question One, with Wolfheart featuring Gorrash one of Warcraft’s new major figureheads would you like to enter the Horde turf and write a orc novel?
3) In Wolfheart’s development was there anything you thought needed to explore that Blizzard may have overlooked, forgotten?
4) Did you hear about the fan’s early Wolfheart casting speculation? (Ignovus the Outcast and Lucan Foxblood)