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Trials of Azrael

Warhammer 40,000
By: C Z Dunn
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
5 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Summary

As war rages in the Pandorax system, the Imperial battleship Revenge comes under attack by the dread forces of Chaos.

As warriors of the Black Legion rampage through the venerable craft, Supreme Grand Master Azrael leads the First Company of the Dark Angels - the elite Deathwing - onto the vessel to eliminate the enemy. Separated from his men, Azrael finds himself trapped in the lower decks with only a tech-priest for company and one of the galaxy's most fearsome warriors hunting him: the infamous Khârn the Betrayer.

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Kharn makes me moist

You read the title. You will know if this is your thing or not. Such a swell guy.

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My favourite 40k Audio by far!<br />

Excellent. A truly wonderful experience. Good writing, excellent story and very well performed. I recommend it to everyone!

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excellent

brilliant play well written and performed. gripping story that kept me on edge throughout the entire performance.

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not bad

bit short. glad I got it free and didn't pay for IG but has me interested in more

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  • Merendino
  • 16-01-18

Story was great but FAR too short.

Performance was great with good voice acting and everything just that it was so short it’s really hard to justify using an entire credit on it.

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  • Misty
  • 13-05-20

Awesome

The characters voices were all well done. Specially loved Azrael! Good book for the money.

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  • james willman
  • 17-09-19

should be trial not trials.

it was only one adventure. good but i thought there would be more. nice sound affects.

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  • Tracey
  • 20-06-19

Enjoyable with great performances

Featuring two very cool characters Kharn the Betrayer and Supreme Grand Master Azrael this was an enjoyable audio drama that leaves you wanting more but feels complete so is a satisfying listen.

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  • Karl Grava
  • 12-04-19

An Intense Duel

Briskly paced, intense, well acted and highly entertaining. This is a worthy listen to any fan of the 40k universe but especially for those who enjoy the tales of the Dark Angels or Kharn the Betrayer.

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  • John Jack
  • 31-01-19

A fine audio drama for Pandorax fans.

This story takes place during Pandorax, so you're better served listening to both for full effect. The story is short but very well acted.