Add to cart. Gift List. Scarab Occult Terminators kr. Add to cart. Gift List. Magnus the Red kr. Add to cart. Gift List. Exalted Sorcerers kr. Add to cart. Ahriman: Exile was an amazing book and his follow up, Ahriman: Sorcerer is no different. What is it about this book that was so great?. Loremasters, today we dive into the history of Ahzek Ahriman, the greatest Sorcerer of the Thousand Sons!.

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Ahriman had long sought the ayriman of Lepidus, a dead hero of the 2nd Black Crusadefor reasons that remain his own. As the Imperial lines hold out against the onslaught, the Silver Towers align with sites of geomantic power and begin siphoning the internal energy of Fenris, and on the third day the air is riven with fire.

It follows a very direct story, the threat and overall objective are obvious, and once you spell it out the main narrative is rather simple.

The shadow of secrets, lost since before humans ever stared up at the stars, lingers on the horizon in the elusive Black Library, calling Ahriman ever on, down the road into the future. He was a loyal son of the Emperor, and he would never betray Him, zhriman the Primarch had already broken His father’s heart and His greatest creation, the Terran Webway extension. The dead Rubricae simply waited.

Ahriman : Sorcerer – John French – Track of Words

To the Eldarhe is the carrion scribe who eats the souls of their dying race for secrets, to the Inquisitors of the Ordo Malleus he is the lightning rod which brings a storm of daemonsamongst the servants of Chaos he is a flame of power and trickery as likely to burn those drawn to his light as to illuminate them.

Story was excellant and carried on characters from previous book exile An excellant plot that played out brilliantly and contained quite a variety of characters. Magnus was subsequently “rewarded” by Tzeentch by being transformed into a Daemon Prince. The answer may lie within the mysterious artefact known as the Athenaeum of Kalimakus, a grimoire of forgotten knowledge that is reputed to contain the exact wor The Review: It was Amon’s intent to see the suffering of his Legion ended, for he would undo the fell magic of the Rubric that had doomed his former Battle-Brothers to their unlife, so that he could release their tortured souls.


Over time, the mutational problem within the Legion grew so severe that many voices throughout the Imperium began suggesting that the Thousand Sons be disbanded as they had become hopelessly genetically tainted. Ahriman refuses to acknowledge either Tzeentch or Chaos itself as his master. Now that events had been set in motion, Magnus ordered Amon, Ahriman and the rest of the Corvidae Cult to unravel the strands of the future. Every soul on Calliope existed to service the archive, from the hunters who stalked vermin in the deep parchment stacks, to the scribes who fought for control of the hundreds of contradictory indexes; all were bound to the ecology of the archive.

Recognising Tolbek, and realising his identity had been comprimised, Ahriman unleashed his suppressed sorcerous abilities against both his allies and the Thousand Sons Sorcerer. Magnus explained to his oldest friend the reason he had not struck at the Space Wolves’ because it was what the Ruinous Powers had wanted him to do since he had first come to Prospero by their design.

Refresh and try again. December 29th — Imperial Knights Dethroned. When their souls attempted to depart their ruined bodies, they found themselves trapped inside their armour; dead, yet still alive, without a body but unchanging for all eternity.

Raising his hands, Ahriman summoned magical flames from the floor which engulfed the red lacquer from the armour of every Rubricae and sorcerer. So it had been for a time since before any could remember, and so it seemed things would continue. The second book in French’s Ahriman series continues what he started in the first and steps it up a notch.


Ahriman : Sorcerer – John French

Over time, the problem became so severe that many voices throughout the Imperium began suggesting that the Thousand Sons be disbanded. The novel can skip around a bit with time, particularly in the beginning.

It was a good second part to the very good first. This is no surprise considering how well he was handled in Exile and he was also given some great groundwork in A Thousand Sons by McNeill. Centuries passed and billions laboured to further the Summation’s goal. Tolbek ahiman as his body erupted into flames, immolating itself into a pile of ash. Establishing a beachhead in the spaceport area, the Space Wolves began slaughtering thousands of Prosperines and burning everything in sight.

Stranger still, the great archives were blank, every datastore empty, and every page of parchment bare. His socerer after the Heresy — particularly creating and enacting the great spell that bears his name — would result in zorcerer eventual banishment from the Legion he had spent most of his existence trying to safeguard.

They would know that they were loyal unto the end because they accepted their fate.

It follows a very direct story, the threat and overall objective are obvious, and once you spell it out the main narrative There seems to be a running trend in Chaos novels these days. Oct 05, Callum Shephard rated it really liked it. A nice follow-up to Exile.

Another amazing book that goes over and beyond the usual bolter porn most Warhammer stories devolve into, instead showing Ahriman scheming and manipulating the mightiest of people over hundreds of years, just to Magnus intended to accept his fate and though history might judge the Thousand Sons Traitors, at least Magnus and his sons would know the truth.