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Wolf Riders (Warhammer) Popular E Book, Wolf Riders Warhammer Author David Pringle This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Wolf Riders Warhammer , Essay By David Pringle Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You So I didn t know what to actually expect from this book This was my first foray into the world of Warhammer and at the end of it all, I think it was ok This is a compilation of 8 stories that are not really related to one another in any way other then they are all happening in Warhammer world I think the book is aimed at people who have played Warhammer games or painted the figures or have basic understanding of Warhammer I didn t, but after looking through the map included with the book and reading the stories it really gives you a general idea what Warhammer is all about.A pretty morbid fantasy world with a strange system of government and secular authorities acting on their own, with magic being very alive and well.William King s Wolf Riders and Jack Yeovil s No Gold in the Grey Mountains definitely made the book for me Those two stories made the book worth reading Other stories were mediocre at best Pulg s Grand Carnival doesn t even feel like a finished tale, just kind of just ends as if author couldn t think of how to continue.Overall I feel 3 stars was what this book deserved, given 25% of it I enjoyed greatly, 50% was ok, and last 25% were a waste of time Wouldn t suggest reading unless you re into Warhammer or trying to get lore about Warhammer Personally, I m interested to see about the lore, so will probably read some Warhammer books sometimes later in the year.Roman Fantasy nen pln moje, tak jsem byla trochu skeptick Ale l bilo se mi to Nejv c se mi asi l bil Yremsk fantom a Velk pulgur v cirkus M sty jsem byla zklaman , e jde jenom o kr tk pov dky, kter n m neprozrad , jak to bylo d l, m sty mi to vyhovovalo. Wolf Riders William King Trollslayer The Tilean Rat Sandy Mitchell The Phantom of Yremy Brian Craig Cry of the Beast Ralph T Castle No Gold in the Grey Mounains Jack Yeovil Silver Nails The Hammer of the Stars Pete Garratt Not Re Released Pulg s Grand Carnival Simon Ounsley Not Re Released The Way of the Witchfinder Brian Craig Not Re Released ReviewThis book had several good stories but besides them it was not an excelent book Of course Wolf Riders is the best story on this book This is the second story where felix gets in love and this time they battle not the chaos cultists of the first story but a goblin army with a band of humans 9.5 10There are other interesting stories but nothing that my mind will forget in a couple of months years Tilean Rat a parody of the The Maltese Falcon and has an halfling detective This story didn t bring anything new to the warhammer world An halfling detective hired by an elven lady to capture a rat statue Interesting The Phanton of Yremy by Brian Craig is another of those tales which I will soon forget At least it passes in Bretonnia the same happened on the previous anthology with The Gardener of Pavarron It kind of remind me of Poe s mysteries and remind me that I must read Poe Cry of the Beast is a werewolf tale that didn t catch the gothic warhammer feeling Then a Jack Yeovil tale that I will read later on Then Hammer of Stars and Pulg s Grand Carnival didn t impress me as well The last one was The Way of Witchfinder by Craig and it s a tale of Law vs Chaos It set on Bretonnia suprised you there didn t I and it s a tale about old Bretonnia when it was full of corruption and things like that Since then Bretonnia changed to a place full of shinning knights and so on It s a good tale and pretty small ConclusionIf you love warhammer and want to read all stories then go for it If you like warhammer but doesn t need to read all stories then skip these one The Laughter of the Dark Gods has the best stories Along with Trollslayer and Silver Nails The drawings are a nice touch and I am sorry that these new tales don t have them. I did not like this book It was boring. Jedna z prvn ch sb rek fantasy pov dek, kter u n s po listopadu vy la O n jak m Warhammeru tehdy nikdo netu il a kn ka la mezi kamar dy z ruky do ruky Ale i po t dob si mysl m, e je to hodn kvalitn v b r Dostate n pestr n m tov i stylov. Collection of stories of varying quality Fairly representative of the Oldworld setting from the 3rd 5th edition era. The Tilean Rat, by Sandy Mitchell is great It features Buttermere Warble a halfling detective No Gold in the Grey Mountains, has stuck with me. First published way back in the mists of time well 1990 , years before Black Library as a publisher existed, Wolf Riders is an anthology of short stories set in the Warhammer Old World, and is a little different to modern Warhammer stories A little over 200 pages long, it contains eight stories from seven different authors, including familiar names like William King and Sandy Mitchell, and features fan favourites Gotrek and Felix alongside a range of less well known characters like halfling investigator Sam Warble and various assorted heroes and ne er do wells, plus an appearance of the haunted castle Drachenfels.These are Warhammer stories in the vein of so many early, often pre Black Library tales, where the Old World was pretty much fully formed geographically, but perhaps didn t have its full identity yet Most of these are solid stories, but it s worth thinking of this anthology as a time capsule demonstrating the sorts of stories and inspirations Warhammer was founded upon, rather than a representation of what it ended up as It s definitely worth seeking out if you can find a copy, especially for long term Warhammer fans after a bit of endearing nostalgia, but William King s Gotrek and Felix story is probably the only one of these tales that will really last in the memory.Read the full review at

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