Warqueen (novella)

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Author(s) Darius Hinks
Cover Artist Igor Sid
Released November 2018
Pages 171
ISBN 13: 978 1 78496 795 6

Warqueen is a novella by Darius Hinks. It describes the difficult rise to power for the Darkoath Warqueen Verda the Sworn as she fights powerful enemies both within her tribe and without. [1]

Cover Description

In the scarred wastelands to the south of the Great Parch, the Darkoath Tribes dominate through ritual and slaughter. Devoted to Tzeentch, the Chaos God of Change, their wild savagery has been transformed into something far greater and more potent. For centuries, the tribes have ruled the Arad Plains, unbeaten and untamed, even as kingdoms rose and fell around them. But now, with the Blood God’s legions massing at their borders, Darkoath Warqueen, Vedra the Sworn, finds treachery and deceit at the heart of her own army. Years of dark service to Tzeentch have left her warriors obsessed with strange creeds and wayward cults. As she battles to forge a nation, Vedra must put her own faith to the test, and learn the true nature of sacrifice and power.[2]


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As the start of the tale, Verda the Sworn, a follower of Tzeentch has united many formerly belligerent tribes under her leadership, conquering almost all of the Arad Plains. She is poised to assault warriors of Khorne in their stronghold – a fortress named the Abattoir by the locals. Yet others within her tribe look to rise at her expense and when she is captured by her enemies she must find unlikely allies to survive and triumph. [1]

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