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Status: Deadzone (Print on Demand)

Print on Demand

Status: Deadzone (Print on Demand)

A Necromunda anthology

The classic Necromunda anthology – out of print for nearly 15 years! – is back in a new print on demand edition, collecting together a host of stories from the Underhive.

It's full of bite-sized chunks of Underhive action, many of which haven't seen the light of day for years, making it the perfect way to celebrate the release of a new edition of Necromunda!

Print on Demand
Available to order until 5pm GMT on Friday 8th December 2017.
This book will be printed to order and we expect to dispatch it within 35 days of you placing your order.

Your entire order will be dispatched when this book is available. If you are ordering other items alongside this book and would like them sooner please order them separately.

In the nightmare industrial underworld of Necromunda, brutal gangs clash in desperate battles to increase their standing with the rich decadent families who occupy the uppermost spire of the teeming hive city. Every day in the Underhive brings danger, battle and untold horrors, a few of which are covered in this anthology of Necromunda short stories. From Nathan Creed's attempts to hunt buried treasure beneath the sump to desperate clashes between rival gangs, this is a must-read collection of action-packed tales.

Badland Skelter's Downhive Monster Show by Matthew Farrer
Bad Spirits by Jonathan Green
A World Above, The Daemon Bottle & Rat in the Walls by Alex Hammond
Descent by Simon Jowett
Rites of Passage by Gordon Rennie
Sisters by Neil Rutledge
The Day of Thirst & The Lake by Tully R. Summers
Mark of a Warrior by Richard Williams