The Realmgate Wars: Call of Archaon (novel)

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Call of Archaon
Call of Archaon Audio Cover.jpg
Author(s) David Annandale, David Annandale, Guy Haley, Rob Sanders
Released ‎June 2015 - December 2015
Pages 304
Preceded by The Realmgate Wars: Hammers of Sigmar (novel)
Followed by The Realmgate Wars: Wardens of the Everqueen (novel)

Hammers of Sigmar is an Age of Sigmar novel and fourth in the The Realmgate Wars series. Thought it is named as a novel, in fact it is an anthology of consecutive short stories that were also released separately: Beneath the Black Thumb by David Guymer, Eye of the Storm by Rob Sanders, The Solace of Rage by Guy Haley, Knight of Corruption by David Annandale, The Trial of the Chosen by Guy Haley, In the Lands of the Blind by Rob Sanders, Blood and Plague by David Annandale, and See No Evil by Rob Sanders.[1]


Of the many champions of Chaos, none are as great or as feared as mighty Archaon. He is the Everchosen, Exalted Grand Marshal of the Apocalypse and Ender of Worlds, and it is a worthy warrior indeed who can fight by his side. Such Knights of Ruin are known as the Varanguard. Only by answering the call of Archaon can a warrior of Chaos ascend to their ranks, and acceptance is never guaranteed, for their mettle must first be proven. In this dark tale, three fell champions of the Chaos Gods all heed the call of the Everchosen. Each desires the ultimate prize: to become part of the Varanguard. But where one is chosen, others will fail, for Archaon’s will is cruel and his trials exacting...[1]