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  • ISBN 0786926198
  • ISBN13 978-0786926190
  • Language English
  • Author J.Robert King
  • Publisher Wizards of the Coast (June 18, 2001)
  • Formats mbr azw lrf azw
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1654 kb
  • Size Fb2 1182 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 250


J Robert King actually did a very impressive job of wrapping this series up in a pleasing way. Nearly all of the loose ends . this book is a great conclusion to the invasion cycle. a great ending to a great cycle.

J Robert King actually did a very impressive job of wrapping this series up in a pleasing way. Nearly all of the loose ends were neatly tied up (with the notable exception of Darigaaz and the dragon lords questing to resurrect trapped Primevals) and the ending feels final. I also like the way King was not afraid to (and was not prevented from) changing the world of Dominaria in drastic, indeed cataclysmic, ways.

INVASION CYCLE тАв BOOK III. J. Robert King. Chapter 1 The Gladiators. It all came down to this: two men kneeling side by side before Yawgmoth. These were no mere men, of course. god. His long, ash-blond hair spread across the stone, and his powerstone eyes were cast in deep shadow.

J Robert King actually did a very impressive job of wrapping this series up in a pleasing wa. I was so looking forward to reading the Invasion Cycle and finally read about Phyrexia's (first?) invasion of Dominaria, but all the books were just a slog to get through, but I suppose thats what happens when you take a story that could probably fill up one book and stretch it into three.

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Robert King INVASION Chapter 1 To Fight Phyrexians White clouds fled through blue skies. The sea chanted fearfully below. Waves crowded shoulder to shoulder and shoved each other

Robert King INVASION Chapter 1 To Fight Phyrexians White clouds fled through blue skies. Waves crowded shoulder to shoulder and shoved each other. Gray land crouched at the edge of Dominaria, hiding itself in veils of yellow steam. Evil hung in the heavens. Something was coming, something horrible, and it would emerge without warning from clear ai. t came. Its power core cracked, and then a third. More ships went down there before the closed portal. Nice work for the first ten minutes of the invasion!" Gerrard shouted to his crew. A ruined portal and a dozen ships down!"

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The final stage of the invasion has begun, and the dark lord Yawgmoth himself plans to cross over into Dominaria to claim his prize

The end is near! Phyrexian plagues and shock troops have taken their toll. The final stage of the invasion has begun, and the dark lord Yawgmoth himself plans to cross over into Dominaria to claim his prize. With time running out, the battered heroes’ last hope to save their home lies in an ancient, untested weapon-a collection of artifacts known as the Legacy. Bear witness to the apocalypse.

Apocalypse is the last novel of the Invasion Cycle, and thus in the Weatherlight Saga. It tells the conclusion of a cycle that began in Invasion and continued in Planeshift. Apocalypse was written by J. Robert King and published in June 2001. The end is near! Phyrexian plagues and shock troops have taken their toll.

Talk about Apocalypse (Invasion Cycle)


Kemath
Full of intense action and plenty of drama, this one will please fans of MTG fluff. All of the familiar characters that we've followed so long are back for this fast-paced climax for this LONG series. APOCALYPSE is the 12th book in this series, so requires a strong commitment to reach, but it delivers a more than adequate conclusion to the sweeping epic of Gerrard, Urza, and Yawgmoth. While much of the series was fun and rewarding to read, some of it was not, and I have to admit to being very happy that it is finally over. At least I hope that the next books of MTG fluff aren't just continuations of this one.

J Robert King actually did a very impressive job of wrapping this series up in a pleasing way. Nearly all of the loose ends were neatly tied up (with the notable exception of Darigaaz and the dragon lords questing to resurrect trapped Primevals) and the ending feels final. I also like the way King was not afraid to (and was not prevented from) changing the world of Dominaria in drastic, indeed cataclysmic, ways. Unlike most shared-universe fantasy settings, the worlds of MTG are open to major change. Dominaria and Phyrexia will never be the same after the events of this book.

All in all, there is very little to complain about with this one. Highly recommended for fans of MTG fluff.

To read all of the books in this series, here's your list:
Rath and Storm______(Peter Archer)
The Brothers' War____(Jeff Grubb)
Planeswalker_________(Lynn Abbey)
Timestreams_________(J Robert King)
Bloodlines___________(Loren L. Coleman)
Mercadian Masques___(Francis Lebaron)
Nemesis_____________(Paul B. Thompson)
Prophecy____________(Vance Moore)
The Thran___________(J. Robert King)
Invasion____________(J. Robert King)
Planeshift__________(J. Robert King)

Good luck, if you're just starting!
generation of new
I have read this whole series from the begining of the brothers war. I have followed these characters through thousands of years of story and development, and although this book is amazing on its own, put together with the rest, it really does lack- it doesnt do justice to the epic story before it.
Things are rushed and the story goes by and ends rather quickly. It ruined the flow of the whole series and easily dissapoints with its hollow ending. At the same time, the characters and situations have flow from previous books and yet dont. It is very confusing- and at the same time everything comes together. Actually a lot come together, but i fee like they have smushed 2 books into one, it would have been better to have this the 3rd book - and then end it all in a final fourth book, a first 4th book in the whole series. That is how epic this story truely is!
Dagdatus
Hi. I am an 11 year old from California and a great fan of Magic. Apocalypse is a great book with an interesting plot and recognizable characters from the Magic universe. In this book you follow the battles of the skyship Weatherlight with its crew (Sisay, Tahngarth, Karn, etc.) and the rebels (Eladamri, Lin Sivvi, and Grizzlegom) as the Dominarian Apocalypse nears.
Gerrard and Urza are in Yawgmoth¡¯s lair and are fighting to the death for survival. In the end a horrible evil dawns upon the rebels and threatens to destroy everything that they have fought for¡­
This book is a great buy with its twisting plot and sharp imagery. Your eyes will be glued to this book until the end (or maybe longer). I applaud J. Robert King for this dazzling piece of literature.
The end is near¡­
Bad Sunny
If you are interested in this kind of subject you are no doubt a fan of Magic-The Gathering. This book is a direct spin off from that game, and as such it is perfect if you are already a fan. You can read about the adventures of Gerrard, Weatherlight, Squee and of course Urza in this book, as they battle the evil of Crovax and the demon god Yawgamoth.
The story moves from location to location as the heros fight their battles, and moves towards a perhaps rather obvious ending- although I'm not going to let on what it is here!
This book has not been well written, however. The theme is the last big do or die battle, but the writer totally fails to give that impression. The battles are stupidly one sided, and always favour the heros- the enemies are crushed like so many paper dolls, whilst the goodies don't take a scratch. Lin Sivvis " Totten Vec " Is perhaps the most annoying feature of the book- read it and find out why!
Also a side plot features a climatic duel between Urza and Gerrard. This could have been excellent, but again the book fails to understand that a duel to the death needs suspense. Here we have the bizarre situation of when one man dies he just comes back to life again, several times- the emotion generated is not excitment but boredom.
It is worth reading if you are a big Magic fan, because it will bring the " Magic " world to life. But on the whole it is not a well written book.
Zolorn
Action packed from cover to cover. As good as if not better than Planshift, easly a 5 star book.
Broadcaster
I thought apocalypse was a great book. It was exciting the whole way through. Based on the Magic the Gathering game. This is one of the greatest books he has ever written.
Ventelone
This was one of J. Robert Kings greatest books. It was filled with excitement the whole way through. It is based on Magic The Gathering's newest expansion apocalypse.