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Exiles in Arms: Night of the Necrotech

by C. L. Werner

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Night of the Necrotech (2014) is a clear improvement on C. L. Werner's prior tale in the Iron Kingdoms, "Moving Targets" (2013). Our heroes are once again the compassionate 'jack marshal Rutger Shaw and the practical gun mage Taryn di la Rovissi. This time, the scheming right-hand man of Five Fingers gang boss Volkenrath wants his boss dead, and to hide his tracks, he's made a deal with agents of the Nightmare Empire to do the job for him. Werner includes a number of fight scenes, all very creative, which may provide inspiration for battles in the Iron Kingdoms tabletop game. (One fight happened at a warjack dueling arena, one on cable cars overlooking the city, and one involved defending against invaders tunneling into a fortified complex.) Werner ably mixes in a dash of humor, without letting it go too far. The protagonists are likable. I tend to think this sort of action-packed, light-hearted tale filled with schemes, monsters, twists, and turns should be the classic, bread-and-butter fare one might expect from the Skull Island eXpeditions label. ( )
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