Castle Drachenfels is a ruined fortress located high in the Grey Mountains, which form the border between The Empire and Bretonnia. For centuries the castle. Drachenfels (Warhammer) has ratings and 31 reviews. Mec said: La premessa necessaria è che questo genere non mi piace, quindi parto già un po’ . But what are the chances of Drachenfels ever being in the game? .. even if nagash did “GREAT” things, by warhammer standards,humans are.

Author: Fedal Nataxe
Country: Oman
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Video
Published (Last): 27 May 2014
Pages: 215
PDF File Size: 3.3 Mb
ePub File Size: 5.1 Mb
ISBN: 925-3-49043-127-2
Downloads: 64067
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Juhn

In the game The End Warhqmmer I didn’t actually know what the Warhammer imprint was proving unequivocally that I’m not as nerdy as I would have given myself credit forso I didn’t know what to expect. Published July 1st by Games Workshop dracnenfels published January 1st Retrieved from ” http: Retrieved from ” https: Thus not only is it impossible for him to have preceded them, but there never were neanderthals.

I bid you welcome to my house. Constant Drachenfels, the Great Enchanter was a very powerful and extremely old necromancer and daemonlogist. He was one of the major powers of the Old World.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

He’s described as a bodiless spirit that specializes in possessing and controlling large groups of people at a time, and also a huge dick who likes to screw people over for his petty whims – one day deciding he wants banners of flayed skin, so his victims start skinning each other, the next day he makes them rip out their bones to make totems because he’s bored with the skin banners.


The characters are well drawn, the peril feels real and the eponymous villain is a figure of genuine dread and unease. At some point afterwards before the end of the world, Drachy decides that the big bonedaddy doesn’t have his interests in mind and eventually just breaks off to do his own thing.

There recurring matter of the number of wagons on the road is a thing to chill the blood. In whose name do you dare such an endeavour?


Then he would select a new body, repeating the whole process again and again. Jan 25, Phil Walberg rated it liked it.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. However, it is a solid, fun to read story with its own quirks and interesting world to delve into.

Admittedly I have never played anything Dfachenfels and have no idea what the rules are, so the review is just how I felt about the story Jack Yeovil had told. Actually, it wasn’t scary at all; gross sometimes, yes, but that’s not the same thing.

Drachenfels (Warhammer)

This was readable enough to bear, and the basic situation of the story was unusual. Preview — Drachenfels Warhammer by Jack Yeovil.

The Nameless was consumed in the fire and banished. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

Castle Drachenfels – Warhammer – Age of Sigmar – Lexicanum

Kim Newman writing as Jack Yeovil in the Warhammer universe. Paying large reparations to his living victims, and abasing himself at the graves of many others, he managed to gain drachsnfels trust of Emperor Carolus and invited the whole imperial court for a feast at Castle Drachenfels.


Jul 18, Pip Taylorson rated it liked it. The most important individuals in the Empire attended, as well as the newly crowned Karl Franz and his son Luitpold II.

It’s a different experience picking up the novels again as an adult when many years have passed since I last read books warhammr this ilk. However the Nameless, frustrated with Vlad’s refusal to tell it its name, spends its time invading the minds of the Imperial soldiery, forcing them to engage in increasingly vile tortures on each other and themselves.

The first time, Sigmar had only just united the tribes that would be the Empire when the land fell under attack from an army of greenskins led by Drachenfels.

The novel is devided in acts like a play which gave the feeling of reading a script of one. However he never pledged his allegiance to any of them, considering himself somewhat superior to these “undisciplined amateurs” [1a]. Thus, Drachenfels would have been essentially Warhammer Drachfnfels Savage.