Sigmar's Blood. The prequel to the End Times! When darkness falls across Sylvania, Grand Theogonist Volkmar leads a holy crusade to finally cleanse the land. Warhammer: Sigmar's Blood (English) [Games Workshop] on cafein.pro * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sigmar's Blood is a campaign supplement for. Sigmar's Blood book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A great darkness has fallen over the land of Sylvania, and monsters a.
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All Rights Reserved. Shawn O'Rourke rated it liked it Aug 30, The prequel to the End Times! More Details Upaco rated it really liked it Jul 05, They are comic as hell.
C L Werner in that area is the lord and king. But on this tale the finale blow me away What a heck?
A change So Manfredd is really back with Sylvania? Mar 26, David Ledeboer rated it liked it. Sigmar's Blood is one interesting little novella that incorporates much of what makes Warhammer Fantasy such an excellent universe, but at times the read can be a tad jumpy and overfilled with characters. Mannfred Von Carstein is hell-bent on reclaiming the land of Sylvania and a crusade comprised of only the most devout followers of their various religions has a chance of stemming this evil.
At the forefront of the crusade is Grand Theogonist Volkmar, who at times seems to have the ability to s Sigmar's Blood is one interesting little novella that incorporates much of what makes Warhammer Fantasy such an excellent universe, but at times the read can be a tad jumpy and overfilled with characters.
At the forefront of the crusade is Grand Theogonist Volkmar, who at times seems to have the ability to shoot out bolts of pure faith in order to banish the undead or heal the wounded.
Volkmar was a strong character, but my favorite was the battle entrenched witch hunter, Von Korden. Von Korden barely slows or takes a rest in his pursuit to destroy one of Carstein's allies, a Necromancer named Ghorst. We find out later that Von Korden is so driven because he is seeking retribution for the murder of his family. The opening description of the Necromancer Ghorst is especially noteworthy and I think it really exemplifies Phil Kelly's imaginative writing ability which is the strength throughout the novel focused on the gory details of battle and the undead.
Ghorst is literally dragged in on a rotting bone carriage, pulled stuttering across the lands by hitched-up undead. Inside the carriage are mounds of putrefied and still squirming corpses, all the while Ghorst is singing a song and a bell on the carriage is tolling out. Next is Jovi Sunscryer a powerful wizard of the Light Order and his two acolytes.
Wait what, more characters? Yes, more characters, there are tons more characters in this novella of only one-hundred and twenty some odd pages. The funny thing is the number of men from these accompaniments only total around a hundred and ten or so and I think we are introduced to about half of them. The other disorienting bit in Sigmar's Blood for me is the battle locations.
We are continually jumping from one ruined site to another in some semi-epic confrontation with the undead but I'm never really sure how anyone ended up there. Despite these small annoyances, Sigmar's Blood is actually a real treat to read.
Beautifully graphic descriptions of decay, death, and gore. A solid, fast paced read from one scene to the next, if a bit jumpy. Then the ending, another Black Library story that leaves so damn many strings left either uncut or that simply fall out of the readers hands into the lands of imagination. Sigmar's Blood is most definitely worth the read if you can stomach a few minor faults.
May 24, Michael T Bradley rated it it was ok. This could have been interesting if a little better organized.
As it is it just feels like a running battle and a bunch of really disparate characters that never gel into their own identities. Alan Prout rated it liked it May 28, Premysl Fiala rated it liked it Jul 07, Fabio C. Mervis rated it it was ok May 13, Bob rated it liked it Sep 07, Gell rated it it was amazing Aug 04, Jonathan Harwood rated it liked it Feb 05, Reader73 rated it liked it Jul 12, Andrei rated it it was ok Aug 06, Shawn O'Rourke rated it liked it Aug 30, Vojta rated it really liked it Dec 03, Upaco rated it really liked it Jul 05, Joanne Lanham rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Lee Rawnsley rated it liked it Dec 27, Gary Evenett rated it really liked it Sep 09, Jim Sowter rated it really liked it Aug 06, Ovidiu rated it really liked it Nov 02, Ron Maas rated it liked it Sep 09, Jay rated it really liked it Sep 15, Asi Mugrabi rated it did not like it Oct 23, Timothy Lind rated it liked it Aug 31, Simon Cottrell rated it liked it Dec 29, Ed rated it did not like it Jun 04, Stefan Fergus rated it liked it Dec 26, Mike rated it liked it Apr 27, DarkChaplain rated it liked it Jan 03, Yoann Bruni rated it really liked it Oct 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Phil Kelly. Phil Kelly. Phil Kelly is a background writer for Games Workshop Design Studio, working on codices and campaign books. He has also written Warhammer 40k and Age of Sigmar novels and audio dramas.
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With the aid of an embittered witch hunter and a senile old wizard, Volkmar faces the dread forces of the undead even though he knows it means his own end Written by Phil Kelly. Get the very latest - news, promotions, hobby tips and more from Black Library. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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