Summary

In the fighting pits of the Conqueror, Khârn and his fellow World Eaters compete in ever-bloodier contests of carnage and mayhem.
As the Butcher's Nails dig ever deeper into their brains, the Legion have forsaken the Crimson Path. Now they walk a darker, more dangerous road: the Eightfold Path.
©2015 Games Workshop Limited (P)2015 Games Workshop Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By travis on 26-01-18

I will play this for my opponents

This was more a dramatization that a book, with the sounds of battle in the background and some nice sound effects. I didn't expect to be impressed in something so short, but I was totally wrong. This is now something I play for my friends before setting Kharn on the table before we play a game, and DAMN THE STRATEGIES, KHARN WANTS BLOOD!

highly suggested

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