Considering that the Skulltaker is a greater daemon trapped inside The Slayer of Kings, it would be quite hard.
Except he obviously means Skulltaker, from the Daemons armybook...
AS far as I know they havent, never heard of it. Can I ask why? Its a bit of a pointless question. Its like asking if he ever fought tyrion/Aenarion, or Grimnir
Skulltaker actually has been defeated, just the once, by everyone's favourite Man-God Sigmar Heldenhammer (hopefully that fight will be in God-King).Simply because its a great fight to read about :biggrin: . Main event stuff, with 2 immortal, undefeated killers with a twisted sense of honour kicing each other's ass. What's not to like about it ?
Skulltaker actually has been defeated, just the once, by everyone's favourite Man-God Sigmar Heldenhammer (hopefully that fight will be in God-King).
I get really confused over Skulltaker after reading "Blood for the Blood God"... where the Skulltaker is described a little differently to normal and where, although he isnt defeated, he doesn't actually manage to win (the book ends with an even 'irrelevant' battle).
But for the love of Khorne dont go out of your way to read it... it must be the worst black library book I've ever read (although I'm reading Brother's of the Snake currently and its rivalling it so far).
I read the Mathias Thulman omnibus before realising it was the same author. Some of those stories dragged a little in places but as a whole its an excellent series that I would certainly recommend... although my favorite writer is still Ben Counter: loved Hellforged and Daemon World is still my favorite book to date.Blood for the Blood God is one of the worst, if not the worst, BL Fantasy books I've read. As Tim/Steve said it's so predictable and boring, it really makes me think twice about buying other books by C.L Werner (one of the reasons I haven't picked up his Skaven books, the other big reason is the books are about the Skaven).