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In the quest to find the Nine Gates to the underworld of Styxx and an audience with the great Nagash, Tarsus of the Hallowed Knights leads his Stormcast Eternals to the Blood Wastes. His guide, Mannfred von Carstein, warns that this is a tempestuous land, full of ill intent.

Whilst rescuing a conclave of priests from a Bloodbound warband, Tarsus and his men are forced to seek refuge from a spectral storm in a strange bastion. As the Bloodbound follow them and lay siege, Tarsus discovers this Temple of Final Rest carries a dark secret, one that could either save or destroy them.

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I am in man-love with Josh Reynolds and his works involving the Age of Sigmar universe. I can't wait for him to write more. I also have to give props to the narration crew, their work on "Prisoner of the Black Sun" specifically is what got me hooked on Age of Sigmar novel/novellas and the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar tabletop game. In summation, THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-10-18

The hunt continues, but not much else

The tour of Shyish continues. The super rockstar Tarsus keep on steaming with his groupies of Stormcasts and his goth bassist Mannfred, who is untrustworthy because he is a vampire.
There are some showcasing of other denizens from the realm of death, which is nice. The story beats are almost identical to the previous story in the series, which is not as nice. I am starting to fear that this formula will continue all the way to the end and that no real character development is to be had between our two main characters.
The voice acting is fine.