Category Archives: Warhammer Fantasy Battles

Mordheim: Ulli & Marquand by Gav Thorpe, Gordon Rennie, Paul Jeacock, Karl Kopinski & Mike Perkins – Novella Review [Bellarius]

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Delving into Black Library’s archives once more, Bellarius brings forth the complete collection of Mordheim: Ulli and Marquand for this week’s review.

“Essential reading for anyone wanting to stage a Mordheim campaign or see the considerably less stony faced nature of the Old World” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.

Gotrek & Felix: The Serpent Queen By Josh Reynolds – Book Review [Bellarius]

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Bellarius looks at one more installment from Warhammer Fantasy’s flagship series, this time with Josh Reynolds’ The Serpent Queen.

“A fantastic return by the doom-seeking duo, offering everything a Gotrek and Felix fan could possibly want.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Gotrek and Felix: City of the Damned by David Guymer – Book Review [Bellarius]

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Finally getting around to looking into Warhammer Fantasy’s flagship series, Bellarius sees what David Guymer has to offer readers with City of the Damned.

“An adventurous tale of enjoyable combat which unfortunately does not realise its full potential.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Shadows Over Sylvania by Jonathan Green – Adventure Gamebook Review [Bellarius]

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Moving from traditional literature to the realm of Adventure Gamebooks, Bellarius takes a look at Jonathan Green’s Shadows Over Sylvania.

“A vibrant tale of bloodshed which should satisfy many a Vampire Counts fan.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Neferata by Josh Reynolds – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the first book in the Blood of Nagash trilogy for the Time of Legends books set in the Warhammer Fantasy Battles setting.

“With Neferata, Josh Reynolds brings the kind of excitement that was lacking in Black Library’s previous premier Vampires trilogy from Mike Lee and tells a focused story about one of my favourite characters from across the Warhammer Fantasy lore.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

Headtaker by David Guymer – Review [Lord of the Night]

An excellent cover, though it's a pity that Queek's signature weapon Dwarf-Gouger isn't more visible.

Lord of the Night reviews the entertaining and quite funny Warhammer Heroes novel Headtaker by new author David Guymer.

“An engaging and bloody story rife with madness, betrayal and characters that defy the mould of their species to surprise the reader.” – The Founding Fields

Van Horstmann by Ben Counter – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the latest Warhammer Heroes novel.

“Ben Counter returns to top form for Black Library in his first full-length Warhammer Fantasy fiction and writes a novel that is as much about the incredible diversity of magic in the Old World, as it is about one man’s revenge. If you read one Warhammer novel this year, Van Horstmann should be that one.” ~The Founding Fields

Road of Skulls by Josh Reynolds – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the latest Gotrek & Felix novel.

“Quite possibly one of the best Gotrek & Felix novels to date, this also cements Josh Reynolds’ place as a solid writer for both the Gotrek & Felix franchise and the Warhammer Fantasy setting.” ~The Founding Fields

The Great Betrayal by Nick Kyme – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the first novel in the new War of Vengeance trilogy for the Time of Legends meta-series.

“This is quite possibly Nick’s best work to date, better than even Nocturne perhaps. The only way to decide might be a novel deathmatch.” ~The Founding Fields

Swords of the Empire by Various Authors – Book Review [Eroldren]

Swords of the Empire

Eroldren reviews the Warhammer fantasy anthology, Swords of the Empire, edited by Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn, a with short stories from Robert Earl, C.L. Werner, Gordon Rennie, James Wallis, Jonathan Green and Dan Abnett.

“Straightaway, there are six stories that all deserve recommendations. Together, it’s a brilliant compilation of grim page-turners.” – The Founding Fields