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A Question of Taste

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A Necromunda story Life is very different uphive than it is for the inhabitants of the underhive… but one thing remains the same – you can never trust anyone. READ IT BECAUSE Discover the life of Necromundan nobles, and how their subtle politicking is every bit as deadly as the gang wars that rage far below. THE STORY In Necromunda's Hive Primus, life is very different for A Necromunda story Life is very different uphive than it is for the inhabitants of the underhive… but one thing remains the same – you can never trust anyone. READ IT BECAUSE Discover the life of Necromundan nobles, and how their subtle politicking is every bit as deadly as the gang wars that rage far below. THE STORY In Necromunda's Hive Primus, life is very different for those who toil in the underhive and those who live up-hive, far above the planet's scarred surface. In the underhive, life is cheap. Up-hive, it is very, very expensive – and a commodity to be sold, not least by the guilds who grind down the remains of the dead into corpse-starch to feed the masses. When one such noble hosts a dinner with representatives of other guilds, the true cost of life becomes clear – as does one of the ways in which life is the same no matter where in the hive you live – there will always be war…


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A Necromunda story Life is very different uphive than it is for the inhabitants of the underhive… but one thing remains the same – you can never trust anyone. READ IT BECAUSE Discover the life of Necromundan nobles, and how their subtle politicking is every bit as deadly as the gang wars that rage far below. THE STORY In Necromunda's Hive Primus, life is very different for A Necromunda story Life is very different uphive than it is for the inhabitants of the underhive… but one thing remains the same – you can never trust anyone. READ IT BECAUSE Discover the life of Necromundan nobles, and how their subtle politicking is every bit as deadly as the gang wars that rage far below. THE STORY In Necromunda's Hive Primus, life is very different for those who toil in the underhive and those who live up-hive, far above the planet's scarred surface. In the underhive, life is cheap. Up-hive, it is very, very expensive – and a commodity to be sold, not least by the guilds who grind down the remains of the dead into corpse-starch to feed the masses. When one such noble hosts a dinner with representatives of other guilds, the true cost of life becomes clear – as does one of the ways in which life is the same no matter where in the hive you live – there will always be war…

25 review for A Question of Taste

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael Dodd

    Having just overseen the implementation of the Mercator Lux’s latest contract to supply solar power to an underhive factorum, Tempes Sol returns uphive for a dinner meeting with the representatives of two other Guilds. As they dine on delicacies of sufficient sophistication to almost mask the flavour of corpse starch, Sol attempts to turn the conversation towards business. While it largely eschews violence there’s still plenty of conflict here, and it nicely illustrates the power/privilege Having just overseen the implementation of the Mercator Lux’s latest contract to supply solar power to an underhive factorum, Tempes Sol returns uphive for a dinner meeting with the representatives of two other Guilds. As they dine on delicacies of sufficient sophistication to almost mask the flavour of corpse starch, Sol attempts to turn the conversation towards business. While it largely eschews violence there’s still plenty of conflict here, and it nicely illustrates the power/privilege inequality inherent in the setting. If you’re interested in the bigger picture of Necromunda, this is very much worth getting hold of. Read the full review at https://www.trackofwords.com/2019/12/...

  2. 5 out of 5

    nooker

    A fun story with a monster to make it interesting.

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