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Argain that will damn his sons for eternity Meanwhile in the cloisters of Holy Terra a plot is afoot to create sedition and carnage in advance of the Horus’s armies Taking matters into his own hands Malcador the Sigillite seeks to put a stop to any insurrection but discovers a plot that he will need all of his cunning and battle craft to overco. Very much the novel I hoped Swallow had in him He does a masterful job of tying all the loose threads regarding Mortarion Typhus and Garro and besides Oh And those fellas that become the first Grey Knights Specifically the one among their number whobut that would be telling Lisa Star and the Solstice Academy regarding Mortarion Typhus and Garro and besides Oh And those fellas that become the first Grey Knights Specifically the one among their number whobut that would be telling

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For long years the Horus Heresy has ground on Now the Death Guard have been sent to begin the final battle But Mortarion and his sons must face their gravest challenge first – for Nurgle has claimed them as his own and he will not be deniedThe skies darken over Terra as the final battle for the Throne looms ever closer As the Traitor primarchs. It's good but it's not great It doesn't do anything particularly unexpected with the story A bit of this can be attributed to adapting old lore that doesn't really work as well in the modern day especially compared to works like Fulgrim or First Heretic which expand greatly on those legions's downfallBut it has its good moments; Mortarion's war on Barbarus is interesting with the character getting a lot depth than he probably would have if it was just about the fall to Chaos That story is also fine but as I said there aren't any real twists that those who know the story of the Death Guard didn't know about And it's not as fleshed out as I would expect from something about the Death Guard and Nurgle; we don't really see the horror that unfolds as much as I would have liked I don't usually do gore it's not something I seek out as entertainment but I've seen other stories do this betterTying in the origin of the Grey Knights was an odd choice as well Sure Garro plays a role in that but beyond the story of a chaos incursion on Terra before Horus arrives for the final battle it doesn't have much to do with the Death Guard It all feels like tying up loose ends before the battle something which could have been left to other storiesBut as I say it's fine There are bits which stick like Mortarion's past the somewhat brief description of the destroyer plague and where Mortarion finally falls to Chaos But if I was suggesting a compelling story about a once proud legion falling to the darkness I'd recommend plenty of Horus Heresy books other than this oneIt's nice to have some loose ends addressed mind but if this came out a few years before I may have been singing its praises At the least I appreciate that this event has been accounted for So now all that's left is the Siege of Terra so that should be good The International Dictionary of Event Management really work as well in the modern day especially compared to works like Fulgrim or First Heretic which expand greatly on those legions's downfallBut it has its good moments; Mortarion's war on Barbarus is interesting with the character getting a lot depth than he probably would have if it was just about the fall to Chaos That story is also fine but as I said there aren't any Domicile 1 real twists that those who know the story of the Death Guard didn't know about And it's not as fleshed out as I would expect from something about the Death Guard and Nurgle; we don't Individual Motivation Within Groups really see the horror that unfolds as much as I would have liked I don't usually do gore it's not something I seek out as entertainment but I've seen other stories do this betterTying in the origin of the Grey Knights was an odd choice as well Sure Garro plays a Why I Am A Jew role in that but beyond the story of a chaos incursion on Terra before Horus arrives for the final battle it doesn't have much to do with the Death Guard It all feels like tying up loose ends before the battle something which could have been left to other storiesBut as I say it's fine There are bits which stick like Mortarion's past the somewhat brief description of the destroyer plague and where Mortarion finally falls to Chaos But if I was suggesting a compelling story about a once proud legion falling to the darkness I'd Cursed by Darkness (Befallen Tides, recommend plenty of Horus Heresy books other than this oneIt's nice to have some loose ends addressed mind but if this came out a few years before I may have been singing its praises At the least I appreciate that this event has been accounted for So now all that's left is the Siege of Terra so that should be good

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Muster to the Warmaster’s banner it is Mortarion who is sent ahead as the vanguard of the Traitor forces But as he and his warriors make way they become lost in the warp and stricken by a terrible plague Once thought of as unbreakable the legendary Death Guard are brought to their knees To save his Legion Mortarion must strike a most terrible b. I'm going to try and keep this spoiler free but I will make reference to the Dramatis Personae and blurbThis book represents the mono style books that everyone was after in the early days of the series It has Mortarion's origin story and the climax of the Death GuardNurgle story It also has an original series of events happening on Terra which is overlaid with a climax event for one set of characters and an origin story for another set of characters if you have seen the Dramatis Personae you will know what I meanI can't know how you will feel about the main blurb story if you have no idea of where this leads but if you have any knowledge andor love of Mortarion and the Death Guard in 40k as I do I would strongly suggest that you skip this book If you can imagine the most pedestrian take on the origin story and the NurgleDeath guard climax then this is it You will imagine a better narrative by not reading this book or that is at least how I feelThe story on Terra is generally a bore It is a tying up of loose ends from earlier stories and whilst some of the easter eggs and specific scenes are fun the overall novel just does not hit the mark It felt like it was tidying things up ready for the next seriesThe characters are also deficient They don't come over as individuals save the 4 biggest players Malcador in particular feels too flippant opaue and reckless and Mortarion feels too much like a naive child Aik Thi Sara / ایک تھی سارہ reference to the Dramatis Personae and blurbThis book 23 Weihnachts-Tiergeschichten represents the mono style books that everyone was after in the early days of the series It has Mortarion's origin story and the climax of the Death GuardNurgle story It also has an original series of events happening on Terra which is overlaid with a climax event for one set of characters and an origin story for another set of characters if you have seen the Dramatis Personae you will know what I meanI can't know how you will feel about the main blurb story if you have no idea of where this leads but if you have any knowledge andor love of Mortarion and the Death Guard in 40k as I do I would strongly suggest that you skip this book If you can imagine the most pedestrian take on the origin story and the NurgleDeath guard climax then this is it You will imagine a better narrative by not Messy Jessy reading this book or that is at least how I feelThe story on Terra is generally a bore It is a tying up of loose ends from earlier stories and whilst some of the easter eggs and specific scenes are fun the overall novel just does not hit the mark It felt like it was tidying things up The International Dictionary of Event Management ready for the next seriesThe characters are also deficient They don't come over as individuals save the 4 biggest players Malcador in particular feels too flippant opaue and Domicile 1 reckless and Mortarion feels too much like a naive child