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At Slaughter's End

Warhammer 40,000
Length: 18 mins
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Summary

In the aftermath of battle, Flesh Tearers Chapter Master Amit picks his way across the blasted landscape and is drawn into single combat with a survivor of the enemy force, a berserker dedicated to the Blood God. As they fight, Amit begins to realise that at slaughter's end, he and the servant of Khorne are not so dissimilar.

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  • kayla
  • 27-08-18

Short but Impressive

I have only just begun my journey into the world of Warhammer. Staring with Helsreach then Hunger and now this. Although Helsreach was the only full length story these shorts are incredible and worth the small price to pay. What makes the shorts different are the way they add music and subtle sound effects to really bring the stories to life and in my opinion this should be the norm for all audiobooks as it increases your ability to become immersed in the story. In short, for three dollars this is an exceptional listen and more then worth it for newcomers to the Warhammer world and veterans alike!

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  • Jaime P.
  • 20-12-17

Short but AMAZING

The Flesh Tearers are my favorite chapter in 40K. They definitely need more content. This was very short but amazingly enjoyable. I listened to it a bunch of times.