Headtaker

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A vicious scourge emerges to claim the Old World

Warlord Queek Headtaker is unlike other skaven, a fearless warrior, a general who leads from the front and the grim victor of many great battles. When King Kazador begins to gather an army at Karak Azul it falls to Queek to lead a surprise attack on the hold, but even one as cunning as he cannot resist the chance to face such a renowned hero of the dwarfs in single combat. With old enemies moving against him on both sides of the ...

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Overview

A vicious scourge emerges to claim the Old World

Warlord Queek Headtaker is unlike other skaven, a fearless warrior, a general who leads from the front and the grim victor of many great battles. When King Kazador begins to gather an army at Karak Azul it falls to Queek to lead a surprise attack on the hold, but even one as cunning as he cannot resist the chance to face such a renowned hero of the dwarfs in single combat. With old enemies moving against him on both sides of the conflict, he musters his stormvermin for war...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781849704045
  • Publisher: Games Workshop
  • Publication date: 6/11/2013
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 585,915
  • Product dimensions: 5.26 (w) x 7.66 (h) x 1.04 (d)

Meet the Author

David Guymer is no stranger to the worlds of Warhammer, with exciting stories in Gotrek and Felix: The Anthology and the metaphorical pages of Hammer and Bolter magazine. He is a freelance writer and occasional scientist based in the East Riding, a place whose name alone conjures images of galloping lancers and rampaging hordes – although, to the region’s great loss, the only orcs tend to be imaginary. When not writing, David can be found exorcising his disappointment at the gaming table and preparing for the ascension of the children of the Horned Rat. Or the zombie apocalypse, if that happens first.

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