The Gates of Azyr is a novella released alongside the started box of Age of Sigmar. It tells the story from the first, ever so important assault of the Stormcast Eternals on the Gate of Azyr in the realm of Aqshy. The book is small, and so I’ll keep the review equally short.
Malus Darkblade Chronicles, volume 1 covert art (by Games Workshop)
Malus Darkblade… an epic, typical Dark Elf character. He is the epitome of the anti hero, that everyone loves and every other story character loves to hate. He is the bleakest of the bleak characters out there. And this is his book!
As the book and legend goes.. Malus Darkblade is somewhat of an underdog in his highborn family and in his quest for more powers… he ends up possessed by a Daemon. You’d almost think it’s cool, until you learn that he leaves a path of blood and destruction in his wake.. not by the daemon’s design, no no, but his own folly in an attempt to be freed from the Daemon.
I finally started reading the Black Library books. I ordered a collection of books relating to the High Elves and Dark Elves, hoping that the books would offer some fluff and understanding of the culture about the Dark Elves. The first book I picked up was “The Sundering” by Gav Thorpe.