Series: Time of Legends

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Heldenhammer by Graham McNeill1.1
Empire by Graham McNeill1.2
God King by Graham McNeill1.3
Nagash the Sorcerer by Mike Lee2.1
Nagash the Unbroken by Mike Lee2.2
Nagash Immortal by Mike Lee2.3
Malekith by Gav Thorpe3.1
Shadow King by Gav Thorpe3.2
Caledor by Gav Thorpe3.3
The Sundering by Gav ThorpeOmnbus 3.1 - 3.3
Dead Winter by C. L. Werner4.1
Blighted Empire by C. L. Werner4.2
The Great Betrayal by Nick Kyme5.1
Neferata by Josh Reynolds6.1
Age of Legends by Christian DunnAnthology

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Series description

A trio of trilogies chronicling the lives of three major characters in the Warhammer mythos.

Sigmar, chieftain of the Unberogens, unites the tribes of man and offers hope in the face of rising darkness. At Black Fire Pass he wins his greatest victory turning back the greenskin tide and sets about forging the Empire.

Far to the south, thousands of years before, the high priest Nagash discovers the secret of immortal life, and masters the arts of dark magic to conquer a nation. The shadow of the Lord of the Undead, as he will come to be known, is long and everlasting – one day it will touch the Empire and Sigmar himself…

The name of Malekith lives forever in infamy in the history of the elves. His dark ambition instigates the civil war that will engulf the magical island of Ulthuan and tear a race in half. The echoes of that struggle will sound for eternity…

These are the legendary heroes and events that shaped the Warhammer World.

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