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Diablo III: Book of Tyrael [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Matt Burns , Doug Alexander
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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 163 Seiten
  • Verlag: Welcome Books (10. Oktober 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1608872793
  • ISBN-13: 978-1608872794
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,9 x 20,6 x 2,5 cm
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Diablo III One of the most exciting and visceral action role-playing games in recent memory, Diablo(R) has become a worldwide gaming phenomenon. "Diablo III: Book of Tyrael" takes fans even further into the universe with a detailed and beautifully crafted artifact that focuses on the renowned champion Tyrael. As a former archangel of the High Heavens, he ranks among the most important and influential characters in the Diablo franchise. Here, in this illustrated and comprehensive tome, he reveals never-before-known secrets about the history of the world, the dark threats that yet face mankind, and his decision to join the ranks of humanity as a mortal. Featuring stunnin...

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolut tolles Buch 18. März 2014
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Wahnsinnig schöne Zeichnungen von unterschiedlichen Künstlern, es wird die Story welche zu Reaper of Souls hinleitet ausreichend erklärt, die Crusader kommen zur Sprache, was will man mehr.
Wer so dumm ist und Bilder von Tyrael dadrin sucht ist selbst schuld, dafür ist das Book of Cain da, hierdrin wird über die wichtigsten Engel und Dämonen etc. berichtet. Das Book of Tyrael ist von "ihm geschrieben", daher gibt es nichts über ihn selbst darin.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Lore 14. Mai 2014
Von Geschöpf
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Abgesehen von kleinen Wiederholungen innerhalb des Werks ist es ein authentisches Kompendium und hat vor allem den Zweck den Weg für Reaper auf Souls of Souls zu ebenen. Für mich besonders interessanter Abschnitt: Die Aufzählung aller bekannten Gruppierungen im Diablo-Universum. Es wird an vergangene Ereignise erinnert, die die gesamte Welt plastischer erscheinen lassen.
Ein Muß für Fans der Serie und jeden der gerne tiefer in die Welt um Santurary eintauchen mag.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful book for lore interested people 5. Mai 2014
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This book contains a lot of story elements and wonderful artwork for the interested reader who likes to know more about the game than just the game mechanics.

The gold coated pages are also pretty high value.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Naja.... 4. Dezember 2013
Von chrissy
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Ich habe mir das Book of Tyrael bestellt weil ich hoffte gute Abbildungen, Artwork oder etwas der Gleichen darin zu finden.

Das Buch hat auch Artwork- wie gewohnt von Blizzard sehr schön gezeichnet, detailverliebt und einfallsreich - NUR LEIDER.....
NICHTS VON TYRAEL.

Ich war äußerst enttäuscht, wenn ein Buch schon "Book of Tyrael" heißt würde ich eigentlich schon erwarten auch Darstellungen vom ihn darin zu finden.
Es fand sich genau EINE Abbildung von ihm...das wars aber auch schon....

Darum finde ich der Titel ist ein wenig am Ziel vorbei, ein schönes Buch, auch schön aufgemacht und hochwertig aber- LEIDER- nicht das was der Titel verspricht.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Great Content BAD Printing! 11. Oktober 2013
Von Cybrwolf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Today, I have received, and fully read (about 6 hours) the entirety of the Book of Tyrael.

The authors of this book (Matt Burns and Doug Alexander) had quite the task of matching the wonderful writing of Book of Cain (Flint Dille). I am happy to say that they were up to the challenge, and the writing of this book, is every bit as good as what was put forth, by Flint Dille.

As a complete Diablo lore nerd, I cannot begin to describe my anticipation for this particular lore book. I will most assuredly be re-reading this, many more times, before the release of, Reaper of Souls. I am left both satiated, and still wanting more!

If you are looking for more Diablo content, this is what you "should" buy! (Note the word "should!")

For now my friends, is where It breaks my heart, to talk about the flaws of this potentially wonderful book, the printing.

The Book of Cain, was designed and printed with wonderfully detailed artwork, great pagination, smart use of switching between printed and hand-written text. At no time was the TEXT ever unreadable!

Most of this book is suppose to look like Book of Cain pages glued to modern pages.
While I can surely appreciate the artistic intent, the coloring of these pages, is just too dark.

The black text on DARKLY colored backgrounds makes several words in the book unreadable!!!

Far too many of pages are only readable if you have a direct light beaming down onto the book.

For those of you who think I am probably just going blind, let me assure you that I do wear either glasses, or contacts, and have my vision checked yearly. This is not a case of eyesight.

The sections of the book, that do not exhibit this problem are Tyrael's own pages, these are black text, on a greyish background, and are quite pleasant to read.

However, since MOST of this book's content is meant to come from other notes and journals, kept by Deckard Cain, this means that a lot of content is difficult to actually read!

Not all of these "historical" pages are unreadable, in fact the inconsistency, in which each page is readable is absurd. I truly do not know if this was the result of a flaw in the printing process, or overuse of artist intent.

I WANT to recommend this to every Diablo nut out there, but I can't.

The content is so worth paying for, but just not in this format.

Buy it, if you must, but be prepared to read this in the noon-day sun, or with a flashlight.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Beautiful book, cringe-worthy writing. 21. März 2014
Von Michael Riser - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Not that Diablo has ever been known as the pinnacle of literary achievement for its tie-in products, but this is somewhat poor even by those standards. The artwork is beautiful, the layout is serviceable, and the binding is great. The book itself is nice to hold and to read, though I liked the more rough-hewn texture of the Book of Cain more by comparison. This one's shiny/smooth exterior and gilded pages make sense given the supposed origin, however, so it attempts to be true to the fiction in its design, which is a nice touch.

The only problem is the writing.

Cain's fictional voice has always been subject to gross hyperbole. Never have we expected Shakespeare from the man, and his descriptions of otherworldly beings have always tended toward the absurd. Nearly everything is "God forbid this should ever happen" or "My mind can scarcely comprehend this blasphemy", to the point where if taken at his word, the guy would have been a gibbering mess long before the events of Diablo 2. Unfortunately, the writer's stylistic missteps are much worse here, for other and, sadly, more damning reasons. Given the fact that Cain is supposed to be a scholar of some renown, it's hard to take the work seriously, because the writing is anything but scholarly in tone. In fact, it almost all comes across as the opinion of someone with rather too much confidence in his own analysis, and he constantly qualifies things with "It is my belief" or "In my view" (I paraphrase) even when those things would reasonably be considered, were they true, either common knowledge, or one of very few options of opinion on the subject, rending such qualifying of his opinion as a wanton waste of text. Worse, it reads contrary to the way the character has generally presented himself in the past because it takes one minor stylistic point and overdoes it by several orders of magnitude.

Little problems like this abound, and anyone with a discerning eye will find that this mars the readability of the text to the point where they may just stop reading and start skimming instead, pausing for pictures. If you find no fault with Diablo 3's mishandled script (such as Cain calling Leah "brilliant" for suggesting that the Stranger's sight of a fishing village during his fall must be Wortham—you know, the fishing village right next door? What insight!), you'll probably find this to be no more than a step or two down from that. There is, sadly, no writing of the quality we saw with the game's follower characters, who arguably added more life to the tale (along with the player characters themselves) than any of the major figures.

Tyrael's sections sound like Tyrael did in Diablo 3, and thus get the job done with a good-hearted mediocrity. Cain's pieces are the big problem, and if you were a big fan of the Book of Cain, you'll find the voice here to be a flimsy replica of that tome. The writing there was hardly stellar, but certainly of a higher caliber, and the distinct lack of Cain's at this point well-established voice hurts the Book of Tyrael immensely, because it reads like what it actually is: poor writing failing to give us something believably canonical—in tone, if not in content.

The information seems to be accurate enough, and as I said above, it really is a wonderful book in other regards. It's a shame someone with considerably more editing experience wasn't given the time to work on it. Reading through almost any given page is enough to show that this needed a healthy rewrite before being anywhere near ready for serious publication.

Given much of the work that has come before it, however, and the quality of writing that the target demographic is willing to tolerate, this is only a marginal notch down from business as usual for Diablo. Most people will honestly never notice or care, and if you're on the fence about this particular purchase (it certainly isn't cheap), use previous work as a general guideline for your expectations. If you weren't offended by the ghastly writing in the novels, for instance, you'll find nothing to put you off here either; and the book is entirely worth owning in that case, as it remains a high quality collectible piece in its physical dimensions and illustrations. If all you're looking for is basic lore information and beautiful artwork, you could do much worse than the Book of Tyrael. While I'm greatly disappointed in the overall quality of the intellectual product, I'm not sorry that the physical one is sitting on my shelf.

Given the limitations of Amazon's review system, I can't give this 2.5 stars, so it will have to stand at 2, as I can't in good conscience bump it up to 3. Another editing pass, though, and this easily could have been a 4-star product.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen If you really like the Diablo games, you'll want to own this and The Book of Cain 26. Oktober 2013
Von jay - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I wanted more insight on the characters of the Diablo franchise as I have played all games and I really enjoy them. To this day I am still playing Diablo 3, more so online with friends on our PS3s, yet still have Diablo 3 on my Mac which I play as well. This book along with its predecessor "The Book of Cain" give me the insight on this world and universe that I desired. I have read a few pages of each book to get a taste and I really like what I have read thus far.

I have "The Book of Cain" and the books pages on there edges are rough to appear torn or raw, looking like its about hell and written by man.

Now owning "The Book of Tyrael" it's just as great in terms of design. With a bronze metal coating on the out side edge of the pages giving a polished meticulous look , as if it was written by an archangel and about the heavens.

Booth book look great together and give great insight in the lore and the characters. I appreciate the care taken to make each book look as though they are from the perspective authors in terms of coloring and how the book was designed. The covers on both books are raised to give a great feel.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You SHould buy it.. Worth the Price 27. Oktober 2013
Von joel magallan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There's nothing that I could say about it.. Because its perfect....... Nothing could make a fantasy weirdo like me, to even think of buying this book, then again im writing this review in matter of fact its worth it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome 31. Dezember 2013
Von Deimos - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great book. Very interesting to read, very high nestalgia factor when reading about the accounts or status of characters/villans of old, wonderful visuals and very well presented in a sturdy hardcover. Worth even penny, great to have with the Book Of Cain.
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