Gotrek the dwarf trollslayer and his companion Felix are Black Library’s most popular fantasy duo. This omnibus edition gives readers a unique opportunity to . Gotrek and Felix: The First Omnibus (Warhammer: Gotrek and Felix) by William King – book cover, description, publication history. Gotrek and Felix are a pair of characters in the Warhammer Fantasy setting who appear in a . Gotrek and Felix first encountered her in Trollslayer when she was a little girl, the only .. (The first twelve books of the series, from Trollslayer to Zombieslayer, have been reprinted in four Gotrek and Felix Omnibus collections.) .

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Tje 26, Skrach The Goblin rated it did not like it. An awesome book, perfect for introducing people to the grim fantasy of Warhammer.

Most Gotrek and Felix stories are pretty simple. Like all Slayers, Gotrek shaved his crimson hair into what usually is a crescent shaped Mohawk and is described as broader than he is tall, heavily muscled, and wears a patch to cover an eye which he lost in battle with Orcs and Goblins. While Gotrek and Felix are on the side of Good in that eternal struggle part and parcel to Fantasy lit, they also often take the law into their own hands, and just as often as orcs, ratmen or the forces of Chaos their enemies are the mostly-human Empire they’re nominally a part of.

Feb 09, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

Little does he realize how hard it is for Gotrek gotrej die and the fearful events he will lead him through endangering not only Gotrek’s life but his as well.

William King sets his story in a fantasy like world that one would ususally find in a princess book. The Legend of Sigmar Warhammer Chronicles. But King just fleshes out his characters in such a way that makes you feel like you know them.

I might be a bit overly jaded on this particular omnibud because I was told it was good by someone I trusted, so I kept reading it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As the story unfolded, it turned out Kat was the Chaos Champion’s daughter the woman having been raped in her youthwho sought to murder the child and become a Daemon Princebut the omnibks was killed by Kat, who stabbed her in the back with her own sword as the woman tried to kill Felix.


Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Her transformation is one of fist reasons why Felix stayed out of the Old World for two decades.

Firstly, it is better to show the reader something, rather than tell them. Jun 20, Ed C rated it it was amazing Shelves: Introducing Gotrek Gurnisson, a dwarven Slayer sworn to die a heroic death and Felix Jaeger, the poet who’s sworn an oath to chronicle it.

Loved it – couldnt wait to read the next omnibus.

The First Omnibus

Write a customer review. It is enjoyable although derivative. The old line of Warhammer Fantasy novels had many notable entries that were among the best in the entire fantasy genre. Are they as good as Leiber’s stuff? This Warhammer-related article describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. Overall a great omnibus and a must read for anyone looking for a fun, action packed, violent ffelix book with great characters and wonderful characterizations. The Second Omnibus Warhammer Paperback.

Granted, the analogy breaks down a bit here but I still love the concept. The short stories that appeared afterwards were good, not as fantastic as the main books, but they had their share of good times. Monsters, daemons, sorcerers, mutants, orcs, beastmen and worse are to be found as Gotrek strives to achieve a noble death in battle.

To see feljx your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This deserves a much wider audience than just fans of Warhammer as its a fine body of fantasy work in its own right. Articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction from October All articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction Warhammer 40, articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Articles with multiple maintenance issues.


It’s Gritty High Fantasy in a state of perpetual war and turmoil. Please try again later. The short story composition is msotly discarded at this point in favor omnnibus a single epic work. Led by Grey Seer Thanquol, the servants of the Horned Rat are determined to overthrow this bastion of humanity.

I think Bill King’s “Slayer” series is a great epic. Set in the darkly gothic world of Warhammer, Trollslayer is an episodic novel featuring some pmnibus the most extraordinary adventures of this deadly pair of heroes.

Gotrek and Felix

His own weapon is the rune sword Karaghul, a blade with a dragon hilt recovered from the fallen hold of Karak Eight Peaks. The airship is described well and actually seems plausible. Even choosing to have Felix be the narrative voice is a very deliberate consideration, as Gotrek demonstrates one of the classic Dwarven traits of secretive stoicism.

Anyway, I understand, why William King has done such a thing. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

Gotrek and Felix: The First Omnibus (Warhammer : Gotrek and Felix) by William King

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 ojnibus Chaos Wastes, to his passing through the wormhole in Sylvania. Felix I only read the first book of the series, “Trollslayer” and liked it although I didn’t want to. On to the third book! As a kid, I spent a fair amount of time playing roleplayer games, so I really want to like frlix book.

The second book in this omnibus is a collection of short stories, much like the first. If you love fantasy adventures with great characters that you can identify with, I heartily recomment this book.

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