Come check out the latest Black Library Releases, including an extremely limited edition Dark Angels boxed set.
That’s right friends. Some swanky new releases this week from the Black Library, which give us some insight into that most famous of (posably traitor) legions, accompanied by a story of the Raven Guard, and one of Overlords in the mortal realms. Read on for more information.
via the Black Library
Legacy of Caliban (Limited Edition) -$65
A Warhammer 40,000 omnibus
The Dark Angels’ eternal hunt for the Fallen embroils them in a dangerous conspiracy to change the past and destroy the future, bringing the entire Imperium under the dominion of Chaos.
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It’s the entire epic saga. From the first battles against the orks on Piscina to the final apocayptic confrontation amidst the shattered ruins of Caliban itself (yes, really!), you’ll discover all manner of secrets about the sons of the Lion…
Mystery lies at the heart of the sons of the Lion. Striking across the galaxy from their space-going fortress-monastery, the Rock, they defend mankind while constantly hunting their ancient enemies, the Dark Angels who turned to the Chaos Gods in the Horus Heresy. Where one of these Fallen is found, the Chapter descends, and no one is safe until the traitors are brought to justice. This series tells the tale of a hunt for the Fallen that embroils the Chapter in a plot to change the past and future and bring about the dominion of Chaos over the Imperium.
This Dark Angels omnibus contains the novels Ravenwing, Master of Sanctity and The Unforgiven, plus the anthology Lords of Caliban, which consists of the short stories Honour of the Third, A Hunt in the Dark, Battle-Brothers, Accept No Failure, Holder of the Keys and All Must End.
Written by Gav Thorpe
The Geld – $9.99
A Raven Guard audio drama
Tasked with an important and treacherous mission by Chapter Master Shrike, Shadow Captain Qeld must use every bit of his cunning – as well as his unique skills – if he is to survive and claim victory.
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George Mann blends the expanded Raven Guard lore from the Horus Heresy with his practised take on the Chapter in the 41st millennium and crafts a tale of intrigue and action!
Long ago the Mor Deythan were the most feared of all Raven Guard – elite warriors who could cloud the minds of the unwary, dubbed the ‘Shadowmasters’.
When Shadow Captain Qeld is summoned to the Ravenspire for an audience with Chapter Master Shrike, little does he anticipate the treacherous mission he’s about to undertake. Thrown together with others who share his innate abilities – including Mordren, of the Knights of the Raven Chapter – he must journey into an insane labyrinth inhabited by a traitorous warlord Mazik the Unfixed, and help to break a brutal siege. But what does Mazik know of Qeld and his brothers? And can Qeld and Mordren overcome their differences long enough to survive?
Written by George Mann
Narrated Jonathan Keeble. Performed by Toby Longworth as Qeld, Matthew Hunt as Illith, John Banks as Mordren, Steve Conlin as Shrike & Mazik, Adrianli Wheeler as Koryn and Jonathan Keeble as Cordae & Corson.
Running Time 1 hour 13 minutes.
A Warhammer Age of Sigmar novel
Brokrin Ullissonn, a down on his luck duardin captain, has a change in fortunes when he finds an untapped source of aether-gold – but is the danger that awaits him and his crew worth the prize, or are they doomed to further failure?
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It’s the Kharadron Overlords’ first starring role in a Black Library novel, and it’s as packed with high-skies action, excitement and danger as a sky-ship’s hold is with aether-gold!
Far above the highest mountain peaks, a new power has arisen. The duardin have developed new technology and weapons of war, and now they sail the skies in their amazing airships, seeking wealth and plunder. Brokrin Ullissonn, Captain of the Ang Drak, has a reputation for bad luck. Unless his fortune turns, and soon, he will lose his ship and his livelihood. When he and his crew discover the location of a source of aether-gold of unparalleled quality, the temptation is too strong to resist. No matter what dangers present themselves, the duardin desire wealth beyond all. But when Brokrinn realises what the true cost of the aether-gold will be, is it too late for him to save himself, his crew, and his ship?
Written by C L Werner
There’s sky-gold in them there sky-ships!