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Gav Thorpe


UK flag (b.1974)

aka Gavin Thorpe

Prior to becoming a freelance writer, Gav Thorpe worked for Games Workshop as lead background designer, overseeing and contributing to the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 worlds. He has written numerous novels and short stories set in the fictional worlds of Games Workshop, including the Time of Legends 'The Sundering' series, the seminal Dark Angels novel Angels of Darkness, and the Last Chancer's omnibus. He lives in Nottingham, UK, with his mechanical hamster, Dennis.

Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction
 
Novels
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Collections
On Wings of Blood (2019) (with Nicholas Alexander, Andy Chambers, E J Davies, Guy Haley, Cavan Scott, Matt Smith, J C Stearns, James Swallow, Matt Westbrook and Alec Worley)
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Game Books
Arcomondi Eldar (Codex) (2000) (with Andy Chambers and Jervis Johnson (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Armageddon (2000) (with Andy Chambers and Jervis Johnson (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Battlefleet Gothic (2000) (with Andy Chambers and Jervis Johnson (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
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Warhammer
Doomstones: Fire in the Mountains (1997) (as by Gavin Thorpe)
Guardia Imperiale (1999) (with Jervis Johnson (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
13th Legion (2001)
Warhammer Annual (2001) (as by Gavin Thorpe)
Hordes of Chaos (2001) (with Rick Priestley and Anthony Reynolds (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Tomb Kings (2002) (with Alessio Cavatore and Anthony Reynolds)
Beasts of Chaos (2003) (with Anthony Reynolds (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Warhammer Chronicles (2003) (with Anthony Reynolds (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Storm of Chaos (2004) (with Pete Haines and Andy Hoare (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Grudge Bearer (2005)
The Life of Sigmar (2005) (with Matthew Ralphs (as by Gavin Thorpe) )
Grudgelore (2008) (with Nick Kyme)
Dwarfs (omnibus) (2011) (with Nick Kyme)
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