BL: Advent 2017 – Day 24 “The Autumn Prince”
Slip into Shadespire with an elegiac, mournful tale told to you, dear listeners.
If you’ve been waiting to get caught-up on your fill of Black Library back-stories and lore then now is the time of year to jump in. Running from December 1st until December 24th, Black Library will have something to read, listen to, or just check out for all things Games Workshop. You can grab them individually or pick up the whole thing as part of the Advent Calendar Subscription.
Today’s tale is a story of Shadespire. Of immortal elves trapped for eternity in an undying city from which there is no escape. It all sounds very mythical, so, take my advice and never look behind you or eat pomegranates.
Advent 2017 – Day 1: Stone And Iron
Advent 2017 – Day 2: Endurance
Advent 2017 – Day 3: Doombound
Advent 2017 – Day 4: Duty Waits
Advent 2017 – Day 5: Key of Infinity
Advent 2017 – Day 6: Gods’ Gift
Advent 2017 – Day 7: Magisterium
Advent 2017 – Day 8: The Assassination of Gabriel Seth
Advent 2017 – Day 9: Now Peals Midnight
Advent 2017 – Day 10: The Witch Takers
Advent 2017 – Day 11: Heart of Decay
Advent 2017 – Day 12: Dreams of Unity
Advent 2017 – Day 13: The Old Ways
Advent 2017 – Day 14: First Lord of the Imperium
Advent 2017 – Day 15: The Battle for Markgraaf Hive
Advent 2017 – Day 16: A Place of Reflection
Advent 2017 – Day 17: A Brother’s Confession
Advent 2017 – Day 18: The Rage of Asmodai
Advent 2017 – Day 19: Eight Lamentations: The Tainted Axe
Advent 2017 – Day 20: Fireheart
Advent 2017 – Day 21: The Dance of the Skulls
Advent 2017 – Day 22: A Lesson in Darkness
Advent 2017 – Day 23: The Board is Set
Advent 2017 – Day 24: The Autumn Prince
via Black Library
The Autumn Prince $3.99
A Warhammer Age of Sigmar audio drama
An aelven wanderer prince seeks to wrest the secret of cheating death from one of the Katophranes in Shadespire. But why does a nigh-immortal aelf seek power over death?
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Guy Haley relates a haunting elegy showing the universality of suffering and the power of death and the promise of escaping its embrace.
Lured into the cursed city of Shadespire by the promise of the secret of cheating death, the aelf wanderer Prince Maesa seeks the Katophrane Thanaton. Surrounded by the spirits of the dead who cannot die, trapped in the last moments before the city’s destruction, Maesa nears his goal… but just why does a nigh-immortal aelf seek this power over death?Advertisement
Written by Guy Haley
Running time: 28 minutes. Performed by John Banks, Beth Chalmers, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble and Toby Longworth.
You can practially hear the Theme Song.