Advent Calendar 2018: Day 17
Lost and alone in the haunted city of Shadespire, will Hamilcar find the ghosts of the city his worst enemy - or the ghosts of his own past?
Listen to it because: it's Hamilcar. In Shadespire. In audio. And it's every bit as smart, funny and downright entertaining as you would hope.
The story: Hamilcar Bear-Eater, Lord-Castellan of the Astral Templars Stormhost, was warned not to venture into the twisted shadeglass labyrinth of Shadespire. Naturally, he headed there right away, because no one tells Hamilcar what he can't do.... Now he's trapped, lost, alone, and haunted - both by the ghosts that inhabit the City of Mirrors and by the spectres of his own past, doubts and fears. Can he overcome these obstacles and escape to fight again? Probably - he is Hamilcar, mightiest of all the Stormcast Eternals, after all!
The Palace of Memoryに寄せられたリスナーの声
Great Narration, but Story wasnt amazing.
I'm happy this one was shorter. while the narration was great, I dont think I could stand hearing the phrase Bear Eater one more time. it's over used to an annoying point.
I still recomend the book to aos fans. Any info on Shadespire is good in my eyes.
- Mr. Kyle Hutcheson
My first venture into AoS Audio
This is the first AoS audiobook I have purchased and listened to and it's actually pretty good. I'm not 100% with the situations and lore but it buzzes along at a fair old clip and it very well acted by all involved. It's funny that the same voice actors who appear in 40K audios appear in this-I suppose it makes sense to keep good voice actor and use them in everything. It's well worth the money.