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Publisher's Summary

A Warhammer Age of Sigmar audio drama collection.

The Mortal Realms come to life in this audio drama collection. Some of your favourite authors bring you tales of war and eternal struggle for control of the realms in full-cast recordings.

Listen to it because...the balance of power in the Mortal Realms is ever-shifting. Gods, men, monsters and all manner of magical beings vie for primacy in a whorl of violence and politics. Dive into the action and intrigue of Warhammer Age of Sigmar like never before with this collection of full-cast audio dramas written by Black Library stalwarts including David Annandale, Josh Reynolds, Guy Haley and more.

Contents:

  • The Prisoner of the Black Sun by Josh Reynolds
  • Sands of Blood by Josh Reynolds
  • The Lords of Helstone by Josh Reynolds
  • The Bridge of Seven Sorrows by Josh Reynolds
  • Great Red by David Guymer
  • The Beasts of Cartha by David Guymer
  • Fist of Mork, Fist of Gork by David Guymer
  • Only the Faithful by David Guymer
  • Eight Lamentations: War-Claw by Josh Reynolds
  • The Autumn Prince by Guy Haley
  • A Place of Reflection by David Guymer
  • Doombound by David Annandale
  • The Imprecations of Daemons by Nick Kyme
  • Guns of the Black Eagle by C L Werner
  • Black Atonement by David Annandale 
  • Hungerfiend by Guy Haley
  • The Palace of Memory by David Guymer
  • The Denied by Josh Reynolds
  • Sons of Behemat by Graeme Lyon
©2021 Games Workshop Limited (P)2021 Games Workshop Limited

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A great set of stories!

mostly told from the Stormcast perspective with a huge chuck of the front half dedicated to one campaign but some really interesting and fresh takes throughout. Great performance quality.

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  • 05-12-2021

Beware.

Good and a solid pickup for 1 credit but some of these are out of order. such as beast of cartha

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  • Alan
  • 04-02-2022

to much background

numerous time this title became unlistenable do too the background sfx and ambience drowning out the narrarator and the voice actors.

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  • Trevor Colaneri
  • 04-03-2022

Out of Order

The Rammus, Tarsus, and Mannfred story line is out of order, like the Great Red and Beast of Cartha. Great selection of audio dramas.

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