Talk:The War of the Beard (The War of Vengeance)

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Canon conflict[edit]

So I have found this big canon conflict in the book 3 where Asniel and Malchior were killed and Drutheira was kidnapped back to the old world. I know the novel were meant to be read for fun and not meant to count as canon timeline, for some people anyway, but like Nagash's triology, I like the novels enough to count them as canon. The real problem is that the book 3 had created a plot hole so bad that it compeltely disconnected the connection to it's sequel. Like if Asniel, Malchior and Drutheira never got kidnapped by Zandrian, Nagash would never have his rise of power.--TheSpoilerHeretic (talk) 09:41, 8 March 2021 (UTC)

I'm not going to double check that right now, I might later so for now I'll take your word for it, but canon conflicts in the Warhammer Fantasy novels happen all the time, and generally over the dumbest stuff, like what you mentioned here. It's best to just point them out on the main pages when they crop up instead of rationalizing them. -- Triacom (talk) 10:18, 8 March 2021 (UTC)