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Deathblade (Print on Demand)


Deathblade (Print on Demand)

The final chronicle of Malus Darkblade

As the End Times engulf the world, Malus Darkblade is assigned to the vanguard of the Witch King's last apocalyptic assault on Ulthuan. Will Darkblade seize his chance to claim power, or will he fall?

Malus Darkblade has been a firm favourite amongst Black Library fans for over a decade. Now, you can witness the final chapter in the tale of this most infamous dark elf noble. After centuries of plotting, betrayal, treachery, daemonic curses, murder and general do-baddery, Malus find himself at the top of the pile – almost. Now only that pesky Witch King stands in his way of the throne of Naggaroth.

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It has taken decades, but Malus Darkblade has finally plotted, schemed and murdered his way to power, as the ruler of the city of Hag Graef and general of the Witch King Malekith's armies. But his position is imperilled when Malekith orders an all-out assault on Ulthuan – with Darkblade in the vanguard. As he wages war on the high elves, Darkblade must decide where his loyalties lie. Will he follow Malekith to the death, or will he finally rise up and try to claim the throne of Naggaroth for himself? And either way, will he survive?

Written by C L Werner