Path of the Warrior written by Gav Thorpe is the first book in the Path of the Eldar Series. It follows Korlandril, starting from the Path of the Artisan, to and through. Gav Thorpe . Death was no stranger to those that trod the Path of the Warrior. turned to Ulthanesh, second greatest warrior of the eldar, sword-bearer, raven-. Bellarius takes a look at the first installment of the recently ended Path of the Eldar series by Gav Thorpe and published by Black Library.
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The main protagonist in this book progresses from the path of the artist to the path of the Warrior, no spoiler there if you see the cover: Share waerior thoughts with other customers.
Learnt some good stuff about the Eldar and highly recommend gwv 40k fans and also to non 40k gamers. Some of the book is a bit stilted and feels very formal, but that is appropriate for the story at that point and it loosens up a bit once the action starts.
I liked the creation mythos bits and the Path that each eldar takes is individual and to some degree freely chosen. This is an insanely epic, s What an amazing novel! For Warhammer 40k fans and lovers of sci fi action, you really should give this first book of the triology a try. Jan 20, Amanda rated it it was ok Shelves: Follows an eldar protagonist on his personal path in life, which ties into two subsequent books following other characters with whom he has relationships.
Cover art by Neil Roberts.
Path of the Warrior
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? I will definetly pick up some more Gav thorpe books in the future. I teh reading about the Eldar at the time, rather ths through their perspective. Path of the Eldar Omnibus Paperback. He becomes a Striking Scorpiona deadly fighter skilled in the art of close-quarters combat. When the artist Korlandril feels the call to war, he abandons peace for the Path of the Warrior. Truly amazing that was.
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Let this be made clear pagh this would be the equivalent of attacking major imperial sector command base. I found myself flicking through pages with no real inclination to read them in depth which is a marked difference from Dan Abnett and Graham McNeill, who both write gripping and vivid battle scenes. Yes, the craftworld is invaded. So, are you telling me Thorpe writes a novel on the Eldar, jsut so that he could somehow put Tnorpe Marines in there because people love Space Marines and the book would sell better?
Obviously appeals to fans of gamesworkshops warhammer 40k. There’s quite poor writing at times too especially around expressing the characters feelings and the battle scenes which are all basically the same. Through training and battle, he becomes a true warrior, warriog is he fated for more?
On to Path of the Seer! Return to Book Page. It’s hard to care for the characters, the action is never really interesting, the story feels unrealistic and the end, view spoiler [where the craftworld is invaded by space marines and the imperial guard, hide spoiler ] rhe just silly. My Eldar fanboyism has been ruined by this. I understand why the author did it, as we got to see much more of the path of the warrior than most Eldar on that path see.
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Instead we get Korlandril throwing frustrated fits because apparently his art is flawedwhich leads him to become a striking scorpion. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
This presents a challenge for any Black Library writer as they need to delve in to what it is like to be one of these strange characters. I wanted to read this book to learn more about the Eldar in Warhammer 40k and as a change from the usual Space Marine setting. The cover art is by Neil Roberts and it is fantastic. Feb 09, Jordan Bethea rated it really liked it. What is it with writing eldar in Black Library books? Bought this as a gift. Community Forum Discord Server.
However, upon wrarior harsh criticism from his old friend, he warior to a new Path in anger, the Path of the Warrior. Truly a great novel indeed! Again I think if these were broken up via formatting differently it would be easier to follow.
Sep 23, Bibotot rated it it was ok. If you play Warhammer 40k and field Eldar, this book should be read before you assemble and paint one figure. He finds solace in battle until he is almost killed by orks, but a greater challenge yet awaits him – an Imperial invasion. In order to deal with his turbulent emotions, he finds release in the expression of his anger in battle.
I will be reading more books in the Black Library, but I will be sure to research and read many more reviews next time. I thf wish we got to learn a little more about Kenainath’s past. Thorpe tries to give an insight into the Eldar psyche and this is semi-successful. It was better than I thought it would be.