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Nagash the Unbroken (Time of Legends Series)
     

Nagash the Unbroken (Time of Legends Series)

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by Mike Lee
 

The second in the Time of Legends series on Nagash deals with the return of the sorcerer to power and the rise of vampires

The powerful sorcerer Nasgash is defeated, but begins to rebuild his strength in the Mountains of Cripple peak. There he builds an alliance with Skaven, and plans his revenge.

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The second in the Time of Legends series on Nagash deals with the return of the sorcerer to power and the rise of vampires

The powerful sorcerer Nasgash is defeated, but begins to rebuild his strength in the Mountains of Cripple peak. There he builds an alliance with Skaven, and plans his revenge.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781844167913
Publisher:
Games Workshop
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Series:
Warhammer Series
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
6.86(w) x 4.28(h) x 1.12(d)

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Meet the Author

Together with Dan Abnett, Mike Lee wrote the five-volume Malus Darkblade series. He also wrote the acclaimed Nagash the Sorcerer for Warhammer Time of Legends. Mike was the principal creator and developer for White Wolf Game Studio's Demon: The fallen, and he has contributed to almost two dozen role-playing games and supplements over the years. An avid wargamer and devoted fan of pulp adventure, Mike lives in the United States.

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Nagash the Unbroken (Time of Legends Series) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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booksovercomputers More than 1 year ago
It seemed to me this book was more about how Laminia turned into a city of the Undead than about Nagash. He was shunted of to the side. It's still a good read and if you are a collector good for the collection but it's not like this first.
Honors_lord More than 1 year ago
No, the blasted (literaly) nagash has survided the siege of Mahrak! The intrecacy of politics will never cease to amaze me, the lengths at witch arkhan the black goes to to please the lahmian queen is astonding! i thought that this book was setting up the battleground for the third book and the third book is in turn setting the stage for God king book three of the sigmar trilogy. So i can't wait for book three and to how nagash comes back!
Wolf44 More than 1 year ago
While I am a huge fan of the Warhammer World and the Undead in particular, and I loved the first one, I must say that this sequel did not quite live up to the first one. Maybe it is because it is the second book in the series and the author must build up plot and character. While I understand that the events surrounding Neferata are important I for one would have liked to have seen way more of Nagash in the book. Overall however it was a good read and I am looking forward to the ending. I would recommend this book to any fan of Warhammer, specially if you have any interest in the Undeada and their backstory.