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Summary

Renowned as one of the finest duellists the galaxy has ever known, Lucius seeks ever greater challenges against which to test himself. After the Emperor's Children Legion scattered in the wake of their primarch's apotheosis on Iydris, he finds his way into the domain of a similarly legendary swordsman - Sanakht of the Thousand Sons. But which of these infamous warriors carries the greater favour amongst their new masters?

©2012 Games Workshop Limited (P)2012 Games Workshop Limited

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brilliant

only 10 minutes long but the narrator's of Warhammer are all there, fantastic listen

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  • 30-01-18

To short to pay for

While they did a nice job with the sound effects, making it more of a dramatization than a reading, it is just 2 short to be worth paying for. It is just a story of Lucius getting in a fight with someone, and that just didn't cut it for me.