Re: Warhammer 40k fluff thread VI: They see me Ward'en, they haten
Series? The Cain Archives. Easily. One of the few book runs that has the necrons be consistantly scary, is entertaining and fun throughout, and does a good job of showcasing "normal" Imperial life in between all the GRIMDARKTM
It does suffer from recurringness of plot device, but is overall well worth it.
The Heresy books I have found by contrast to suffer greatly from having too many different authors. The transition between books can be quite jarring, and the differences in writing quality is quite stark in some cases.
Claspedchurches: This is a mudstone dwarven fortress. All craftsdwarfship is of the highest quality. It is encrusted with bauxite, studded with ice, decorated with gold, and adorned with hanging rings of magma. This fortress menaces with spikes of steel, iron, bronze, and silver. On the fortress is an image of an image of cheese in pitchblende.
On the fortress is an image of a megaweapon in gold, silver, jet, obsidian and adamantine. The goblins are burning.