StarCraft: The Dark Templar, Twilight Interview Update
Last week, I traveled to Huntington, New York to meet Christie Golden at the Book Revue. I have to thank Blizzard Entertainment and Simon & Schuster, Inc for approving this interview in such a short notice. I finished editing the video interview with Christie Golden and sent it to both companies to make sure all that is asked and said there is ok by them. There’s some thrilling and teasing stuff revealed by Christie. The video interview lasts roughly 10 minutes.
StarCraft: The Dark Templar, Twilight is the last book in the trilogy, which sets the backstory leading to the single-player mode from StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty RTS game. It lays bare the naked past of Dark Archon Ulrezaj and we get to see flashbacks of Tassadar through the Protoss Preserver’s memories. TWILIGHT will be on bookstores this upcoming June 30th. I was given a copy of the book in advance at the Book Revue, and plan to write a review—which of course won’t be shown until then. Expect the video interview pretty soon on our front page.
Concerning the Tokyopop live chat with five writers and the editor, it is still in process to be approved by Blizzard. Be patient. This upcoming live chat will be about StarCraft: Frontline. In advance I wish to let fans know that you should ask about the stories within the manga, and to avoid asking these writers about the RTS game. They do not represent Blizzard Entertainment and the StarCraft II Team. That said, you can explore with the writers each of the stories present in Volume 1 and 2. And ask about the upcoming Volume 3 on sale July 1. I purchased the first two volumes, and I am excited with some of the stories, and wish to learn more either in upcoming volumes or in-game.
First copy of Twilight signed by Christie Golden