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I have followed watchmaker since 1986. A Good friend introduced me to the roleplaying game and have been hooked ever since. The end times did not disappoint. The dark fantasy ended his it has always been, a story of hope shining in a world of chaos that will inevitably end in death. One must try winning a battle that ends the same for all of us.
I bought this book having spent a lot of my time playing the Total War Warhammer games and finding myself beginning to get engrossed in the Warhammer Age of Sigmar hobby. I knew little bits of this entire saga from the store manager of the local Warhammer shop but I didn't know the specific details, after doing a short set of Wikipedia reads I decided to finally pick up the set and read through. It's taken me between 15 and 20 days to blast through all 1700+ pages and I immediately find myself ordering more books.
The only real downside I can think of is one shouldn't purchase this expecting it to grant you an over-arching sense of what happens as the Old World declines, this is more of a deep dive into the most pivotal events. There's a lot "missing" which you have to go hunting other books to fill in the gaps, these come in the way of events, battles and stories which mentioned in a passing manner by the stories as they progress, someone with a decent grasp of the lore already (or the ability to put convoluted storylines together) will likely be undeterred by this, but for someone who needs the clarity of what took place they might want to buy this and figure out the book list alongside it.