• Mortarion: The Pale King (Limited Edition) Black Library Collectible

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    Limited Number: 230 of 2500
    Mint In Sealed Box
    A Primarchs Novel

    "Banish all thoughts of mercy, because mercy is the plaything of the coward and the lie of the tyrant. Today, the blade descends on tyranny's neck."

    Mortarion makes his debut in the fifteenth Primarchs novel, and wastes no time in bringing his own brand of grim justice to the galaxy.

    The fifteenth instalment in The Horus Heresy Primarchs series, The Pale King tells of the atrocities committed by the Reaper in the name of justice – and the consequences of challenging his methods.

    Once, the Galaspar System suffered under the cruel regime of the Order. Billions of people toiled endlessly to enrich their masters, enduring short lives of poverty, squalor and fear. But Galaspar’s sins did not go unnoticed by the Imperium, and so Death itself sentenced the Order to annihilation.

    Mortarion, newly uplifted to commander of the Death Guard, descended upon the world, and with him came a slaughter of untold proportions. The sheer brutality of Mortarion’s campaign left the Imperium appalled. Seeking to understand its horrors, two noble primarchs have come to Galaspar, summoning their brother to account for his actions. But the Pale King brooks no challenge to his methods, for when the scythe falls, it reaps a gruesome toll.

    Celebrate the ascendancy of the Prince of Decay with this glorious limited edition, numbering just 2500 copies in total, each individually numbered. This book comes with a black leather-effect presentation slipcase, with a magnetic lid that displays a stylised vision of Mortarion as the Reaper on the front, with a quote from the Primarch of the Death Guard on the back.

    Inside you will find a hardback copy of Mortarion: The Pale King with an artwork cover of Mortarion and his loyal Deathshroud Terminators. The book also features a black ribbon bookmark, green gilt page edges, and a grey cloth spine with foil elements.

    Written By David Annandale