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Path of the Dark Eldar (Warhammer)

by Andy Chambers

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For millennia, Asdrubael Vect has ruled the dark city of Commorragh, crushing any who dare to cross him. His reach is long and his position unassailable... or so he thinks. A cabal of rebellious archons, allied with other darker forces, seek to unseat the tyrant and rule the city in his stead. But as their actions bring about a cataclysm and draw the attention of the mysterious Harlequins, they are cast into grave danger... and Vect is watching.… (more)

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