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Amongst all of the Stormhosts, none are more vaunted than the Hammers of Sigmar. Forged first upon the Anvil of the Apotheosis, their Warrior Chambers are exemplars of Sigmar's glory.

In the shadow of the Nomad City, the mettle of the Stormbound is tested against the hordes of Khorne in the battle to sanctify the Crucible of Blood, a gateway to Chaos and madness. Within the ranks of the Stormcast Eternals, there is one who is greater than all others. He is the Celestant-Prime, Sigmar's Storm made manifest.

For centuries he slumbered, until the great hammer of Sigmar, Ghal Maraz, was returned and he rose again. But a warrior born must still be tempered, and so unto the swamps of Krahl does Sigmar cast his scion to destroy a powerful creature called the Prismatic King.

©2015 Games Workshop Limited (P)2015 Games Workshop Limited

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Worth a listen

Great fun. Full of tricky sorcery and noble warriors. However, I’m not sure it wrapped up in a completely satisfactory way.

Audio quality is great. Performance is good but not great.

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great performance. and a good story.

i must say i enjoy this series very much. But i find them far to short. well paced. Albeit mabye in need of a slight slowing in said area. This one had a sonewhat suprising ending. Without spiiling it. , I say i really cant wait to read more in this new warhammer world of The Age of Sigmar. Payday cannit come soon enough.... ;)

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Great.

This was a great fantasy listen. The first story was sad.
Sigmar is powerful.
Great.

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  • 04-24-18

poorly written, but well read

narrator manages to make weak prose tolerable, but if i didnt already love the backstory, i never could have endured these stories

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A new twist on the realmgate wars

The authors change it up in this book to a first person type of story telling. At first it’s a little jarring since the previous books aren’t but you get used to it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-23-18

Prime

Jonathan Keeble sounds as mandy as ever. While this "episode" of Realmgate Wars lacked a goosebump moment, C L Werner did have some rather decent plot twists in his short, but cramped story. Hinks had such a sad ending, but macho to say the least.

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  • luke
  • 03-09-18

Just blinding...

The first part, ‘Stormcast’ by Darius Hinks is the best in the entire realmgate series. The narration is fantastic too and brings the characters to life very well. This is one to listen to not read.

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  • Darius Jonna
  • 12-07-17

Celestant-prime be boring, yo

Often considered MEDIOCRE, I find that only half true. The primary story is fantastic, but...

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