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I just finished the last book (Lord of Ruin) in the Malus Darkblade series and while I absolutely loved it, the end left me wanting. Spoiler alert, but I was expecting him to be drachau of Hag Graef and struggling with the Demon, similar to his position in twwh2 DLC. Is there any follow-up to these books that picks up where the Series after Lord of Ruin left off? It was so open ended. Also Hauclir is an awesome character. But I need more. Right now the state of the game seems to be somewhere in the middle of the books, which might have been intended but I'm not sure.https://sarkariresult.onl/ Mobdro https://pnrstatus.vip/

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Seriously, stop there and let your imagination take over. Most agree that Total War put him in the right spot for where he'll end up but the timeline will now never be advanced.


Unfortunately, one more book featuring Malus does exist, BUT. This is an End Times novel, where Games Workshop was rapidly killing the entire setting off. For the sake of your sanity and love of Malus, DO NOT READ IT. With that warning out of the way, the aforementioned fail is called Deathblade by CL Werner.

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Seriously, stop there and let your imagination take over. Most agree that Total War put him in the right spot for where he'll end up but the timeline will now never be advanced.


Unfortunately, one more book featuring Malus does exist, BUT. This is an End Times novel, where Games Workshop was rapidly killing the entire setting off. For the sake of your sanity and love of Malus, DO NOT READ IT. With that warning out of the way, the aforementioned fail is called Deathblade by CL Werner.
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