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Will the next book "Slayer" the last of Gotrek and Felix books? Or is going to be a trilogy? Anybody knows anything? DarkChaplain As far as I am aware, it will be the finale of the series.
I personally expect Gotrek to find his doom. The End Times tie-ins seem to focus on ending …more As far as I am aware, it will be the finale of the series. I don't think we'll have seen the last of Gotrek and Felix, regardless of how Slayer turns out. I just hope the same could be said about the Darkblade series - there's plenty of room to fill between Lord of Ruin and Deathblade. See 1 question about Kinslayer….
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Dec 17, Daniel Brock rated it it was amazing. Incredible ride!!
Possibly the first novel that actually left me emotionally distraught after finishing! Great read! May 07, Thomas rated it really liked it. Excellent action and painful depressing end, even worse I need to read a handful of The End of Times books before I can finish the Gotrek's Doom second novel.
The upside is there are a bunch of good books on my horizon. Nothing is more uplifting than The End Times! Check it out after you read the previous books, or you won't be properly depressed. Sep 05, Abhinav rated it liked it Shelves: You can read the full review over at my blog: The new novel takes some plot-threads from City of The Damned and carries them on, but for the most part Kinslayer is a stand-alone, and is also a part of the greater End Times saga as well that is currently running through Warhammer Fantasy, akin to some of the events that Wizards of the Coast has done with Forgotten Realms previously.
Unfortunately, while Kinslayer had lots of great moments and even revealed the shames of Gotrek and his friend Snorri, it also carries over several mistakes and negatives that can be found in City of The Damned.
September has seen the big launch of the End Times event. The status quo in Warhammer Fantasy is changing big time here, with the good guys of all factions under attack from everywhere and Chaos in the ascendance, and things are looking very, very bleak for the setting entire. This is the background for Kinslayer, in which we learn that mighty Kislev has already fallen to the hordes of Chaos, that the Border Princes are struggling desperately to hold on, that dissent and rebellion are beginning to tear the Empire apart but the soldiery stands firm.
Going in, I expected great things from the novel given the entire scope of it, but I came away largely disappointed, if truth be told. For one, like I said, the random jumps in the narrative that were some of my biggest irritations in City of the Damned could be found here as well. Given that this novel has a much bigger cast than the previous one, this was even more irritating. It made for a frustrating read, same as City of the Damned.
And another thing is that certain members of the cast, such as the Kislevite who follows Gotrek around, just felt totally superfluous. This too was frustrating to a great degree because I expected much better here, especially given how important a novel this is. Furthermore, the entire mystery surrounding Gotrek in the first third of the book too was superfluous. We already know who it is, who it is meant to be, so the deliberate obfuscation was maddening. Who the fuck is this guy who got to destroy everything King and Long had so painstakingly laid down Kat line: Which she hated!
Ulrika line: Many characters of the previous novels reappear and were twisted to fit into this Guymer's alternative vision of how the series should be. I suppose as a standalone novel this may be considered good in BL and mediocre in general. But as the penultimate novel in the Gotrek and Felix series, this is a sacrilege. Loyal readers of the series are better off taking Zombieslayer as the final novel than to suffer the twisted fate this author has in store for our beloved series Apr 02, Mark rated it it was amazing.
Sep 28, Thomas Pattinson rated it it was amazing. I, uh I think I need a hug after that. Apr 13, Michael T Bradley rated it really liked it. Then they kind of OKAY, but kind of filler, I guess. I was nervous, to say the least, that the heroes' last, great adventure would be written by someone who, sure, could pump out a novel quickly, but whose quality control seemed much lower than my own.
Man, was I glad to be proven wrong. This story starts out bleak, and just keeps getting bleaker. Felix and Gotrek have gone their separate ways, and Felix has the life he's always wanted Not in a funny, cutesy, overly ironic way.
In a self-sabotaging, becoming what he hates sort of way. It's difficult reading the first third of this book. Then Ulrika enters his life again, and everything gets upended! The war is coming closer! The End Times are here! Max has been taken prisoner! Gotrek is probably dead!
He also finds himself serving in a more diplomatic role, helping to soothe bruised egos after Gotrek's anti-authoritarian nature provokes allies or civilized society. Felix is also something of a womanizer, and forms several romantic relationships over the course of the series, most prominently with the Kislevite noblewoman and eventual vampire Ulrika Magdova.
Felix is a human with a swordsman's physique and long blond hair, who favors a chain shirt and red cloak. Over years of following Gotrek, Felix has become an accomplished swordsman and duelist. His own weapon is the rune sword Karaghul, a blade with a dragon hilt recovered from the fallen hold of Karak Eight Peaks.
A relic of the Knights of the Order of the Fiery Heart, it was forged for the purpose of slaying dragons.
As shown in Dragonslayer , it grants him a shield from a dragon's fiery breath, as well as providing a powerful confidence when facing such a creature. As the decades pass, old acquaintances comment that Felix has not aged a day.
First shrugged off as niceties, this soon becomes fact when, in Elfslayer , Max Schreiber verifies that Felix has indeed become immortal, or as close as to make no difference. Upon self-inspection, Felix also discovers that many of his old scars and wounds have vanished from his body. Max attributes this immortal state to various causes, from both Felix's and Gotrek's magical weapons, to some force encountered during their sojourn in the Chaos Wastes, to his passing through the wormhole in Sylvania.
Many of his diaries concerning his and Gotrek's adventures have been published by his brother, Otto. The outlandishness and impossibility of the tales in question have brought most of its readers, including Otto, to believe it to be pure fiction. Ulrika Magdova is a vampire , formerly a Kislevite noblewoman and Felix's former love interest.
She was daughter to Ivan Straghov, March Warden of the Border, which was the first defense against the forces of the Ruinous Powers descending from the Chaos Wastes in the north. While still human, she was a notable swordswoman and beauty, attracting the attentions of both Felix Jaeger and Max Schreiber during the expedition to Karag Dum.
Felix won. However, due to differences in background, they began to split after the Battle of Praag, and their division compounded when Ulrika was turned into one of the bloodsucking undead by Adolphus Krieger in Sylvania.
Her transformation is one of the reasons why Felix stayed out of the Old World for two decades. She returned in Manslayer , seemingly wanting to patch things up with Felix, but once again their differences now predator and prey prevented a complete reconciliation and she abandoned Felix and Gotrek to fight fellow vampires, forced to abide her "mother's" command to kill them.
Ulrika also now has her own book series which seem to chronicle her adventures between her last appearance in Vampireslayer and return in Manslayer - "Ulrika the Vampire" series, beginning with Bloodborn and continuing with Bloodforged and Bloodsworn. She also appears in the short story The Funeral of Gotrek Gurnisson , in which she temporarily joins forces with Felix to hunt down the villains whom he mistakenly believes have killed Gotrek.
Max swiftly established himself as a powerful ally, and a bitter rival with Felix for Ulrika's affections. Max is an avid scholar into the powers of Chaos, having lost his family to beastmen as a child, and has made it his mission in life to destroy Chaos wherever he found it: However, Max's knowledge proves invaluable as the group find themselves in battle with the forces of Chaos. Specifically, he was originally written to be a Gold wizard but this was later retconned in 'Elfslayer' to being a wizard of the Light College and using the Wind of Hysh.
Kat full name Katerina is a young woman who serves as Felix's current love interest. Gotrek and Felix first encountered her in Trollslayer when she was a little girl, the only survivor of a beastmen attack led by a female Chaos Champion. As the story unfolded, it turned out Kat was the Chaos Champion's daughter the woman having been raped in her youth , who sought to murder the child and become a Daemon Prince , but the champion was killed by Kat, who stabbed her in the back with her own sword as the woman tried to kill Felix.
After the battle, Kat begged Gotrek and Felix to let her go with them, but the pair refused, knowing a child wouldn't be safe travelling with them, and left her in the care of a woodsman and his family. However, they encountered Kat again in Shamanslayer many years later, now a woman in her late twenties and a deadly warrior, driven to kill all beastmen to avenge the murder of her adopted family.
As they journeyed together, Felix and Kat began to feel affection for each other; while Felix initially had misgivings about falling in love with a woman half his age, whom he'd known as a child, after rescuing Kat from bandits who'd abducted her, Felix accepted what he felt, and the pair became lovers.
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