The Revelation of the Word

The Horus Heresy Series
Length: 24 mins
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A Primarchs audio drama

As he prosecutes his Shadow Crusade against the Ultramarines, Lorgar discovers something from his own past at the heart of his brother Guilliman's 500 Worlds.

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Hear how Lorgar reacts when he finds out that his own words of faith in the Emperor as a god are the basis for a nascent cult within the Imperium itself.

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Long ago, the primarch Lorgar was humbled by his brother Guilliman for his belief in the Emperor's divinity. Led down a dark road by this shaming, Lorgar embraced Chaos. Now, he and his Word Bearers rampage across Guilliman's realm, burning his 500 worlds in the name of their new gods. But on such world, Lorgar finds a mystery that brings his past into the present and shines a new light on his endeavours. It seems that Lorgar's legacy may be greater than even he could have ever imagined....

Written by David Annandale

©2019 Games Workshop Limited (P)2019 Games Workshop Limited

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Love this short story! Lorgar reaction was better than I expected this is an amazing listen. The Emperor protects!

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  • Mr. Kyle Hutcheson
  • 12-24-19

Same old same

Yet another nice to know story that, ultimately, means nothing in the Grand Scheme of the Heresy. The voice acting is good, though sometimes over-dramatic, and the sound effects and background music is of the usual high standard.

I got it in the 40% off sale and it was worth that, though I'm not too sure whether it would be worth full price. It is bound to be in a Heresy compendium book so reading it or listening to it as a play depends on your preference And also how much of a completist you are...