Traveler: The Shining Blade

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Traveler: The Shining Blade
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Author(s)
Artist(s)
Pages

432

Publisher(s)

Scholastic Inc.

Publication date

December 26, 2019

Format(s)

Paperback, Digital

Retail price

US: $7.99 (Paperback)
$4.99 (Digital)

ISBN 10

1338538942

ISBN 13

978-1338538946

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Traveler: The Shining Blade is a World of Warcraft novel written by Madeleine Roux. As the third and final book in the Traveler series, the book continues the adventures of young Aramar Thorne, son of famous explorer Captain Greydon Thorne, and his friends.

It was released on December 26, 2019.

Description

Aramar Thorne and Makasa Flintwill have borne their fair share of troubles. Ever since Aram's father entrusted him with an enchanted compass, Aram and Makasa have traveled the extraordinary lands of Azeroth, seeking out the shards of a legendary weapon: the Diamond Blade. The truth behind the weapon, and the terrible doom it seeks to prevent, seems to have been lost at sea with Captain Greydon Thorne. But not all secrets are meant to stay buried.

As the pair struggles to stay two steps ahead of Malus and the Hidden-dangerous mercenaries and sorcerers who'll stop at nothing to gain the compass-Aram and Makasa have assembled a powerful band of their own allies. From lively goblins and fantastic creatures to mighty druids and mysterious dryads, people are drawn to the talented young artist and the formidable fighter-a fortunate fact. For in their most desperate hour, Aram and Makasa will need all the help they can get to prevent Azeroth from being plunged into eternal darkness and chaos.

This epic conclusion to the World of Warcraft: Traveler trilogy is penned by New York Times bestselling author Madeleine Roux and features stunning new artwork throughout.

Characters

Travelers The Hidden Other Mentioned

Ships

Organizations

Other

Locations

 

Inconsistencies

  • Galena Stormspear living in Thal'darah Overlook told Taryndrella that the other dryad she knows is a dryad named Miri who is not friendly to her. Considering the similarities of the names and the location, it is possible that Miri is a typo of Mirin.
  • The book describes Northwatch banners on the hill that rises to the Northwatch Expedition Base Camp and inside the camp. In the game, there are traditional blue Alliance banners on the paths leading to the base camp and inside of it, with no Northwatch (or Theramore) banners anywhere.
  • When in the base camp, Valdread was hiding on a tree. In the game, the base camp has no trees.

Notes

  • It was originally reported that the third Traveler book would be released in fall 2019.[1]

Gallery

Sketches

References

 
  1. ^ Medievaldragon 2018-10-13. NYCC 2018 Women of AFK panel (Scholastic): Warcraft: Traveler. Blizzplanet. Retrieved on 2019-09-26.

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