World of Warcraft's new Shadowlands expansion is delayed, so WoW fans suddenly have some extra time on their hands. Sure, some of the promised updates are still coming, but it's not the level of content people were expecting. Many take off work to dive into a new expansion, so there's probably more than a few WoW players looking at some uneventful days off. It would be a good time to catch up on reading.
Humble Bundle has just the thing. Its latest Humble Book Bundle is centered on World of Warcraft's Legends Library. The collection contains books and graphic novels that tell the exploits of several prominent figures in Azeroth. They're all ebooks, of course, but the first set is available for only a dollar.
One of the better values in the bundle is the World of Warcraft Pop-Up Book. It usually runs for $65 by itself, yet for a little over $20 Humble Bundle buyers can get the physical book.
Another benefit of the package is that it allows you to do some good. Some funds from each purchase go towards Call of Duty Endowment. The program helps U.S. veterans find lasting jobs that match their skill sets. So if you were looking forward to grinding Shadowlands on its original release date, maybe you can help some veterans and get some reading in instead.
The World of Warcraft's Legends Library runs until October 29 at 11am PT.
Source: Humble Bundle
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