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Myths & Revenants

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Myths & Revenants

A Warhammer Age of Sigmar anthology

From the deserts of the Realm of Death to the catacombs beneath mighty Hammerhal itself, this anthology of short stories tells tales of the heroic and the damned from across the Mortal Realms.

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It's a cracking collection of digital short stories from across the last year, brought together in print for the very first time. There's an adventure for Gotrek Gurnisson, darkly sinister tales of the Stormcast Eternals, looks at the nature of Chaos in the Mortal Realms, and much more besides.

DESCRIPTION
Harrowed by unending wars, few bastions of safety remain in the Age of Sigmar. Even so, the brave – or perhaps foolish – set out to plunder the shadowy corners of the lands. But what terrible curiosity would drive someone to explore the myths of the Mortal Realms? Spoken of only in whispers, it is said that graceful beings come at high tide seeking their due, raiding without provocation. While in Shyish, corpses and kings wander the afterlife, searching for the revenants of lost lovers. And across the flame-scarred plains of Aqshy dauntless Fyreslayers hunt for any remnant of their lost god. No matter their goal, trials beyond endurance are all that await the intrepid.

This Age of Sigmar anthology features thirteen stories from Gav Thorpe, Guy Haley, Nick Kyme, Josh Reynolds, C L Werner and many more.

CONTENTS
The Claw of Memory by David Annandale
Blacktalon: When Cornered by Andy Clark
Acts of Sacrifice by Evan Dicken
The Sea Taketh, The Learning & One, Untended by David Guymer
The Sands of Grief by Guy Haley
The Lightning Golem by Nick Kyme
A Dirge of Dust and Steel & Ghosts of Demesnus by Josh Reynolds
Blood Gold by Gav Thorpe
Shiprats & A Deeper Shade by C L Werner

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