The Doom of Kings

Eberron: Legacy of Dhakaan, Book 1
Narrated by: Robin Sachs
Series: Legacy of Dhakaan, Book 1
Length: 14 hrs
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The return of the shifter Geth!In the wake of the Last War, a new king has risen and seeks to unite the newly formed goblin kingdom of Darguun under his rule. He seeks an ancient scepter, a symbol under which to unite his people and hires Geth, a shifter who owns one of the trio of artifacts to which the scepter once belonged, to find it. But will the artifact do what the Darguul king needs it to?

©2008 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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I’ve played in Eberron and DM’d it for about 4-5 years. This is the seventh Eberron book I’ve listened to and far and away the best. Robin Sachs’ gravelly voice is perfect for this and the Lore is deep.

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Fun adventure!

This definitely worth the purchase. My only complaint was in the story was sometimes I found it difficult to know who were goblins and and who were humans.

The narrator was like an audio version of a nice steak house- hearty, good, and resonate.

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Well done!

Robin Sachs does a fantastic job narrating, with his strong and gravely voice capturing the speech style of the characters in the book. Don Bassingthwaite does a pretty good job of immersing one in the fantastic world of Eberron. Epic fantasy, battles, magic and quests are present throughout. I enjoyed this book greatly

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A little too political

I love D&D, but this is a little too much court intrigue for me. word-count.