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The Glorious Tomb

Warhammer 40,000
By: Guy Haley
Series: Echoes of War, Book 2
Length: 41 mins
5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Summary

In the skies above Armageddon, the Black Templars prepare for war, and the Ancients are awakened. Brother Adelard, interred in the Dreadnought Invictus Potens, leads his brothers to war, facing the prospect of a second death in service to the God-Emperor.

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Indeed a glorious end. great story

beautifully spoken from a 3rd person dreadnaught view. for the emperor and mankind and death to the zenos of mankind

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The Glorious Black Templars

An intriguing and oddly emotive POV of a Dreadnought in the build up to war.

Highly recommended for Wh40k buffs.

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  • Corey l.
  • 26-07-18

love it

a glorious end for a glorious warrior.
I can not suggest this title more.
so simple and satisfying

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  • Mangawut?
  • 17-10-19

one of my favorites

an oldie but a goodie. this particular audio drama has a few levels to it that, after listening, need a little unpacking. it's a beautiful work, especially the ending which sheds some light on the utter inhumanity of Space Marines (particularly a Dreadnaught) in comparison to normal humans.

Praise Be!

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  • hqzdxinbgtx
  • 30-04-18

too short

I picked this up sat down and it was already over, like come on I needed more than that.

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