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Manflayer

Fabius Bile: Warhammer 40,000
Autor: Josh Reynolds
Sprecher: John Banks
Spieldauer: 13 Std. und 40 Min.
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As his Homo Novus project comes to fruition, Fabius Bile faces a new threat - the dreaded haemonculi of the Thirteen Scars. Can he marshal his forces to protect his creations, or are the New Men doomed to death? 

Listen to it because: discover what happens when you cross the Haemonculus covens...and what lengths Fabius Bile will go to in order to survive their deadly attentions.  

The story: in the centuries since his return from Commorragh, Fabius Bile has distanced himself from the affairs of friend and foe, content only to oversee the cruel evolution of his New Men. But when his creations are threatened by the monstrous haemonculi of the Thirteen Scars, the Manflayer is forced to seek out new allies and old enemies alike in an effort to preserve all that he has built. Homo Novus must survive...even if Fabius Bile must die to ensure it.  

Written by Josh Reynolds. Read by John Banks.

©2020 Games Workshop Limited (P)2020 Games Workshop Limited

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The quintessential evil genius...

... and his merry band of CHAOS MUTANTS!
Well it's somewhere in between a Sitcom and a Road Movie - with Fabius Bile as the twisted Daddy of a very twisted family. And of course dark Eldar. And lots of not-quite body horror.

I really appreciated an in-depth view of the interactions between traitor legions, demons and all the other things in the Eye of Terror. Completely ignoring the Imperium gave the story a really special feel to it. Also, this is the first time I got to sympathize with noise marines, as for once they did not get reduced to "LC Eidolon is really weird and gross".

Yes, this is worth your time if you like Chaos. And a bit of (PG-level) Slaanesh.