Gaunt's Ghosts

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  • Info Gaunt's Ghosts is a series of novels written by Dan Abnett.
  • And can Gaunt's Ghosts possibly defend him against the assembled killers and war machines of Chaos?
  • Internal inconsistencies within the Gaunt's Ghosts novels themselves include the operation of the hotshot las weapon.
  • It was Larkin who originally coined the regiment's nickname - Gaunt's Ghosts - during the unit's first action.
  • Their regiment and LeGuin is featured in Double Eagle, the spinoff book to Gaunt's Ghosts.
  • The Gaunt's Ghosts series of books have been said to be inspired heavily by the Sharpe series of books written by Bernard Cornwell.
  • After the success of Gaunt's Ghosts, lines of Gaunt's Ghosts based miniatures were produced by Games Workshop.
  • This deals with the air war occurring during the Sabbat Worlds Campaign (the setting for Abnett's Gaunt's Ghosts novel series).
  • In the Gaunt's Ghosts novel, Necropolis, Ferrezoica is another hive city, whose inhabitants are the ochre clad troops that attack Vervunhive.
  • Since the release of Orcslayer, Long has written four additional novels, along with an audio-book, making it one of the longest-running Black Library runs in the imprint's history, along with Dan Abnett's Gaunt's Ghosts series.
  • In the Gaunt's Ghosts series by Dan Abnett, the Imperial Guardsmen use the word feth as a general all-purpose swear word, primarily to replace the word fuck.
  • This inconsistency is partly dealt with in Eisenhorn (which is set before Gaunt's Ghosts), also by Abnett, where the title character meets an aged Hekate.
  • On the regiment's first battlefield on Blackshard, Hlaine Larkin coins the nickname "Gaunt's Ghosts".
  • Some of Black Library's best known titles include the Gaunt's Ghosts and Eisenhorn series of novels by Dan Abnett and the Gotrek and Felix series by William King and Nathan Long.
  • Gaunt leads his regiment of stealth specialists - nicknamed Gaunt's Ghosts - through many dangerous warzones, replacing their losses with new troops from Verghast and eventually merging the Tanith First-and-Only with the Belladon 81st Recon.
  • The Gaunt's Ghosts series follows Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt and the army of Tanith from the creation of the Tanith Regiment of the Imperial Guard and its abandonment of their planet before the destruction of it at the hands of invading Chaos legions.
  • The series follows the exploits of Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt and his regiment of scouts and recon specialists, the Tanith First-and-Only (nicknamed Gaunt's Ghosts), as they serve in the Sabbat Worlds Crusade.