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Series: Gotrek and Felix

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TitlesOrder
Trollslayer by William King1
Skavenslayer by William King2
Daemonslayer by William King3
Dragonslayer by William King4
Beastslayer by William King5
Vampireslayer by William King6
Giantslayer by William King7
Orcslayer by Nathan Long8
Manslayer by Nathan Long9
Elfslayer by Nathan Long10
Shamanslayer by Nathan Long11
Zombieslayer by Nathan Long12
Road of Skulls by Josh Reynolds13
City of the Damned by David Guymer14
The Serpent Queen by Josh Reynolds15
Kinslayer by David Guymer16
Slayer by David Guymer17
Slayer of the Storm God by Nathan LongNovella / CD Audio
Curse of the Everliving by David GuymerNovella / CD Audio
Gotrek & Felix: The First Omnibus by William KingOmnibus 1-3
Gotrek & Felix: The Second Omnibus by William KingOmnibus 4-6
More Adventures of Gotrek & Felix by William KingOmnibus 4-7
Gotrek & Felix: The Third Omnibus by William KingOmnibus 7-9
Gotrek & Felix: The Fourth Omnibus by Nathan LongOmnibus 10-12
Gotrek and Felix: The Anthology by Christian DunnAnthology
Lost Tales by Laurie GouldingAnthology

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The adventures of Gotrek, a dwarf Slayer who seeks his death in glorious battle to atone for unspecified past sins and his companion, warrior-poet Felix who has pledged to record his death

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