History Literature / Drachenfels

1st Mar '16 8:35:38 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** As of the Nagash End-Times books they seem to be totally back in continuity, with a resurrected (although amnesiac) Drahenfels serving as one of Nagash's generals against the Hordes of Chaos.

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** As of the Nagash End-Times books they seem to be totally back in continuity, with a resurrected (although amnesiac) Drahenfels serving as one of Nagash's generals against the Hordes of Chaos. He's ultimately destroyed by holy power in the last book, but it's not like it's the first time...
24th Jul '15 6:11:48 PM MRAustin
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A RagtagBunchOfMisfits travel to the HauntedCastle of the EvilOverlord, Constant Drachenfels. They fall to his minions and his {{Death Trap}}s one by one until only the [[PrinceCharming brave prince]] remains to fight the sorcerer and vanquish him at last.

That's the prologue. Twenty five years later, Detlef Sierck, the Empire's greatest playwright, is rescued from debtor's jail by the Crown Prince Oswald. Oswald has a proposition for him: he wants to produce a play about his defeat of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels, and he wants Detlef to write and star in it. The original band who travelled with Oswald are reunited for the play's premiere, a one-time performance staged in the very walls of Drachenfels' abandoned fortress, attended by all the nobility of the Empire. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong

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A RagtagBunchOfMisfits travel to the HauntedCastle of the EvilOverlord, Constant Drachenfels. They One by one they fall to his minions and his {{Death Trap}}s one by one Trap}}s, until only the [[PrinceCharming brave prince]] remains to fight the sorcerer and vanquish him at last.

That's just the prologue. ''prologue''. Twenty five years later, Detlef Sierck, the Empire's greatest playwright, is rescued from debtor's jail prison by the Crown Prince Oswald. Oswald Oswald, the aforementioned brave prince, has a simple proposition for him: Detlef: he wants to produce a play about his defeat of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels, and he wants Detlef to write and star in it. The original band who travelled with Oswald are reunited for the play's premiere, a one-time performance staged in the very walls of Drachenfels' abandoned fortress, attended by all the nobility of the Empire. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong
WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong!
12th May '15 8:34:35 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ContinuitySnarl: The later stories name drop ''Literature/GotrekAndFelix'' as contemporary heroes and ''Beasts in Velvet'' follows up on plot threads from ''Skavenslayer'', but this series is treated as having happened before Felix's lifetime there.
21st Oct '14 10:06:12 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** As of the Nagash End-Times books they seem to be totally back in continuity, with a resurrected (although amnesiac) Drahenfels serving as one of Nagash's generals against the Hordes of Chaos.
4th Aug '14 1:05:42 PM Willbyr
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''Drachenfels'' is a TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} novel by Creator/KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.

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''Drachenfels'' is a TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' novel by Creator/KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop Creator/GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.


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13th Apr '14 4:42:02 PM Mozgwsloiku
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* CreepySouvenir: Drahenfels kept the victims of the poisoned feast in his dining room, among many, many other things.
13th Apr '14 4:34:54 PM Mozgwsloiku
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* DwindlingParty: twice, for different reasons
9th Jul '13 1:25:49 PM SAMAS
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Genevieve muses on how many different kinds there are in the ''Warhammer'' universe (aside from the four you usually run into in the game). She herself seems to be a unique type, but has not seen fit to sire more of her kind.
7th Jan '13 11:23:50 PM PaulA
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''Drachenfels'' is a TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} novel by KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.

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''Drachenfels'' is a TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} novel by KimNewman Creator/KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.



* ShoutOut: It's a KimNewman novel, people. Don't make a drinking game of them unless you want to wake up having your stomach pumped.

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* ShoutOut: It's a KimNewman Creator/KimNewman novel, people. Don't make a drinking game of them unless you want to wake up having your stomach pumped.



* {{Troperiffic}}: Again...KimNewman novel.

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* {{Troperiffic}}: Again...KimNewman Creator/KimNewman novel.
26th Aug '12 8:20:20 AM FELH2
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''Drachenfels'' is a {{Warhammer}} novel by KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.

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''Drachenfels'' is a {{Warhammer}} TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} novel by KimNewman under his Jack Yeovil pen name, first published back in 1989. It occupies a bizarre place in the Warhammer canon, suffering from a huge, setting-wide case of CharacterizationMarchesOn. Constant Drachenfels hasn't been mentioned in the background for years, having long since been displaced by Nagash the Black as the setting's necromantic BigBad. Details like goblins being willing to work for humans and vampires mingling relatively openly in Imperial society will look like massive errors to anyone who got into the fandom any time after the early nineties. Thing is, people ''really'' like it, so GamesWorkshop keep it in print and other authors give it {{Shout Out}}s on a regular basis.
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