Starcraft has ratings and 24 reviews. Joe said: Arcturus Mengsk is a 2nd-tier villain in the world of Starcraft; a series of popular video-games. Men. StarCraft: I, Mengsk (Blizzard Legends) Sixty-thousand light-years from Earth, the corrupt Terran Confederacy holds the Koprulu sector tightly in its tyrannical. On the Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty soundtrack is a track called “I, Mengsk.” Within is a tenor duet that is apparently an homage to the Brood.
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It was also a story of generations, which I wasn’t expecting, but which was also done very, very well. This is one that will stay with me. No trivia or quizzes yet. Return to Book Page.
Also we get background on his fraught relationship with his nebbish son who nevertheless grows into an enlightened and effective leader in the games. The core of the story is good, because this is Starcraft after all, but too much time is spent getting from one point of the story to another.
I was really hoping that this book would have been better. Good book, except the fact that it is a bit too long. Arcturus Mengsk is a 2nd-tier villain in the world of Starcraft ; a series of popular video-games. The changes in perspective made this a fun book to read, not just in a recreational manner, but to a small extent as an intellectual activity.
Starcraft: I, Mengsk
Gujulla Rahul rated it really liked it Feb 22, Furthermore, it defined my love for the lore of games. The core of the story is good, because this is Starcraft after all, but too much time is spent getting from one point of the story to anothe This book is simply too long. This is probably the best menysk novel I’ve read.
The book deftly zips through generations and decades in telling the tale of emngsk great rulers of a single lineage, helping to fill in some of the details around one of the series’ most well-conceived characters. This book is simply too long. The focus on characters might cause some people to find this book slow-moving though. Dec 13, Anderson rated it it was ok Shelves: I quite enjoyed it.
The rest of the text doesn’t fare much better – look hard enough mengk you’ll find gems like “The bark of automatic weapon fire roared” or “A drizzle of moisture clung to his skin like humidity. This is a must read for all Starcraft fans. Terran part of the old StarCraft campaign.
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Sep 17, Krysztina rated it it was ok Shelves: Sep 15, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Dec 05, Frank Caron rated it really liked it. From this perspective, it is possible to gleam just a small aspect of this man’s plight with conflict and how it hardens his originally pristine soul. I’m a big fan of the StarCraft universe. The writing, too, is atrocious in places.
Was it better to be killed by a good-looking marine or an ugly one? I tried to read it all, to be interested in what was written, but no chance. Getting glimpses into his mind, as well as his family life, was fascinating, and he was characterized so well and so accurately. View all 3 comments.
Starcraft: I, Mengsk by Graham McNeill
Essentially, he was my favorite Terran character. While the structure of the book made the pacing a little awkward, and had me wondering whether it was worth being emotionally invested in any cha Menbsk changes in perspective made this a fun book to read, not just in a recreational manner, but to a small extent as an intellectual activity.
Feb 06, Toby Fang rated it it was amazing. Okay, I might be slightly biased here because I read this after Flashpointwhere Valerian really shines. Besides, it was something to help me ease out the long years of waiting for the release date of StarCraft II: Proberbly the best of the StarCraft novels.