Tales of the Assassins' Strike Anthology
This 208-page short story collection is filled with fictional tales based in the world of Warlord: Saga of the Storm. The events detailed in these stories all occur during the most traumatic 24 hours in the history of the Lands of the Accord: the Assassins' Strike. Thousands of heroes are killed in a single night, leaving behind a wounded world and opening the way for good and evil to rise, unfettered, into a new dawn. Characters and events from the CCG are incorporated into ten all-new stories of the Accordlands, revealing secrets about the world and its people and adding a new name to the list of contemporary fantasy novels. With stories by Ree Soesbee, jim pinto, Andrew Getting, and many others.
The Perfect complement to the Assassins Strike and Good & Evil CCG expansions.
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