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By Raymond E. Feist
The full of the tremendous Riftwar Cycle by way of bestselling writer Raymond E. Feist, grasp of magic and experience, now on hand in book As Prince Arutha and his partners rally their forces for the ultimate conflict with an historical and mysterious evil, the dread necromancer Marcos the Black has once more unleashed his darkish sorcerery. Now the destiny of 2 worlds should be determined in a massive fight underneath the partitions of Sethanon, because the hyperlink among Kelewan and Midkemia is revived. A Darkness at Sethanon concludes Raymond E. Feist’s bestselling Riftwar Saga.
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It would not be the first instance of skaven using warpstone and other substances to influence the ratlings forming in the bellies of the brood-mothers. Clan Skaul in particular was known for the high numbers of horned skaven born to its litters, while Clan Skab’s ratmothers produced inordinate numbers of ferocious black skaven. If that were the case, Thanquol would give much to learn the Council’s secret of instilling such incorruptible loyalty in their warriors. Thoughts of loyalty shifted Thanquol’s attention away from the white ratkin to a grey one.
He could feel the wood creaking and rolling ever so slightly beneath his feet, swaying in time to the current of the underground channel and the skaven bargerats poling their vessel through the black deeps of the world. He could hear sleepy riverbats croaking and chittering to each other from their perches on the ceiling high above the water, he could see the faint splashes in the stream as pallid cave-fish burst the surface to slurp great gulps of air into their slimy bodies. He could smell the thousand odours sweeping down the channel: the stink of wet fur, the decaying reek of rotting wood, the pungent tang of rat roasting over an open fire, the sharp suggestion of rusting metal, the seductive scent of warpstone smouldering in a metal brazier.
Such creatures had low morals and few scruples when it came to gathering the morbid, often illegal substances desired by his patrons. Hans Dietrich and his little band of smugglers were men Dr. Loew had only dealt with rarely in the past, far less than the weirdroot growers and graverobbers who were his usual sources of supply. Dietrich didn’t seem to have the spine for engaging in activities that might earn him the attentions of the witch hunters, and generally gave the alchemist a wide berth.