Realmslayer: Blood of the Old World: Warhammer: Age of Sigmar (Original Recording‪)‬

    • 4.5 • 33 Ratings
    • $28.99

    • $28.99

Publisher Description

A Warhammer: Age of Sigmar audio drama series

In the strange worlds of the Mortal Realms, Gotrek Gurnisson craves one thing above all: purpose. When he discovers a being who might lead him to it, he will stop at nothing to find them - but old enemies seek the same prize....

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Gotrek's adventures in the Mortal Realms continue, written once again by David Guymer, with an all-star cast - headed by Brian Blessed! Say it with us: Gotrek's alive!

The story:

Gotrek Gurnisson was once the greatest Slayer of the Old World, meeting his doom in the great cataclysms of the End Times. The heroic duardin stepped forth into the Realm of Chaos to fight the daemons gnawing at the world's ending and satisfy his death oath, leaving behind his companion Felix Jaeger. Now, he finds himself in a strange new realm where gods walk the earth and dark forces are ascendant.

Within the endless forests of Ghyran, Gotrek learns of a being with the power to guide him to what he craves above all else: a destiny, and a purpose worthy of his legend. What he seeks is a prize more terrible than any he could have imagined, fought over since the dawn of time by powers beyond even his indomitable strength. Nor is he the only scion of the Old World to be drawn by its promise, and Gotrek will have to overcome the greatest nemesis of his past if he is to claim his future.

Written by David Guymer


Part 1: Armour of Winter

Part 2: The Everlasting Oath

Part 3: The Silver Tower

Part 4: The Last Gate

Performed by Grace Andrews, John Banks, Andrew Fettes, Kelly Hotten, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Penelope Rawlins, Richard Reed and Joe Shire, and starring Brian Blessed as Gotrek Gurnisson.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Grace Andrews, John Banks, Andrew Fettes, Kelly Hotten, Matthew Hunt, Jonathan Keeble, Penelope Rawlins, Richard Reed, Joe Shire, Brian Blessed
hr min
September 14
Black Library

Customer Reviews

J.L Picard ,

So Expensive...

I didn’t buy this book, and I won’t. I feel obligated to lower this things score however because the price is straight up offensive. $29 for a book that’s less than five hours long is beyond ridiculous, and a slap in the face to the listener. For $29 you should be getting a book that is AT MINIMUM 15 hours long, ideally it would be around 30 hours long. For perspective for just a few dollars more you can get “A Game of Thrones” which is over 31 hours. That’s basically $1:1 hour. This is basically $6:1 hour. Honestly a disgusting business model.

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