Grey Seer (Warhammer Novels)

Grey Seer (Warhammer Novels)

C. L. Werner

Language: English

Pages: 416

ISBN: 1844167399

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Grey Seer (Warhammer Novels)

C. L. Werner

Language: English

Pages: 416

ISBN: 1844167399

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A Thanqoul and Boneripper novel. When the noxious artefact known as the Wormstone is discovered, only one being in the insidious skaven Under-Empire is vicious and ruthless enough to dare harness its awful power: Grey Seer Thanquol. But when the artefact is stolen by smugglers, Thanquol must recover it. Not only that, but a mysterious wizard and his band of henchmen are also trying to stop him. Only by finding the Wormstone, avoiding the murderous attentions of his treacherous subordinates and dodging the displeasure of his superiors in Skavenblight will Thanquol realise his plan to bring the kingdoms of both man and ratkin to their knees...

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him, only his glittering eyes betraying his presence. Men emerged from the darkness. Skarpaw knew enough of the ways of men to recognise that these presented a motley gang, finery mixed with the rags of the slums, the soft scents of refinement mixed with the hard smells of the lower classes. At their fore, Skarpaw saw a grey-bearded dwarf leading the way, a light glowing from the peak of his helm as he followed the dying rat-beast. Just behind the dwarf, however, was a figure that sent a thrill

something they could hardly expect many of their kind to ever see was beyond Thanquol’s ability to understand. Of what use was grandeur if it was not used to inspire fear and awe in subordinates? The grey seer was still chewing over that quandary when his sharp eyes noticed movement on the cavern floor. Restrained by the dam, there was a section of the old cavern that had been left relatively dry except for a deep channel that allowed the reservoir’s excess to escape back into the dark of the

orc tribes are gathering for another assault. Bandits and renegades harry the wild southern lands of the Border Princes. There are rumours of rat-things, the skaven, emerging from the sewers and swamps across the land. And from the northern wildernesses there is the ever-present threat of Chaos, of daemons and beastmen corrupted by the foul powers of the Dark Cods. As the time of battle draws ever nearer, the Empire needs heroes like never before. 3 CHAPTER ONE Something in the Sewers

wyrdstone like that!” “Then see Dr. Loew. Or maybe talk to the Dietrichs about your little side-deals. How much of the stuff have you skimmed already, I wonder? Enough to make Volk the least of your problems?” “Stop baiting me, you poisonous little toad!” Hopfoot’s smile dropped into a thin, friendless sneer. “I’m just making certain we understand one another. Discretion, after all, doesn’t come cheap. Think of it as an added custom or duty. A bit less profit for you, and Hopfoot’s memory remains

Thanquol, waiting for his master’s approval. Let the beast wait, Thanquol decided. Of primary importance was making sure the damnable human sorcerer wasn’t in any condition to renew his attack on the grey seer. Crawling on all four paws, he squirmed his body around in the small space beneath Boneripper’s arched body. He ignored the moans of half-crushed ratmen, slithering away from their groping paws, his sharp eyes fixated only upon one purpose. A cunning smile spread across Thanquol’s face. The

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