The Dark Eldar are pure evil in its most sickening and elemental sense. Sadists and murderers all, they infest the hidden city of Commorragh, a hellish realm far from the eyes of mortal men. The Dark Eldar have steeped themselves in depravity for so long that they can only ensure their continual survival by inflicting pain and suffering upon the material dimension. Their lightning-fast terror attacks upon realspace are legendary, for the act of waging war gives them literal sustenance, prolonging their lives and filling their slender frames with stolen energies until they can move like quicksilver and shrug off bullet wounds with hollow laughter. Even their cold beauty hides a terrible internal ugliness, for Dark Eldar are utterly inhuman, eternally thirsting for the anguish of others so that they might temporally fill the bottomless void they have in place of their souls. Inside you will find: 1) The Dark Eldar – The nightmare begins here. Bleak legends of a once-mighty empire brought low by its own decadence, the meteoric ascent of Supreme Overlord Asdrubael Vect over the bodies of his rivals, and the epic wards the Dark Eldar have visited upon the reaches of realspace in order to stave off their final demise. 2) Denizens of the Dark City – In-depth descriptions of the troop types, war machines, allies and champions of the Dark Eldar army, along with rules for their use in your games of Warhammer 40,000. Also featured here are the exotic and arcane weapons used by the Dark Eldar, and full details of its most iconic villains, the Master Haemonculus Urien Rakarth, Lady Aurelia Malys, and Overlord Vect himself, to name but a few. 3) Collecting Dark Eldar – A showcase of the exquisite Dark Eldar miniatures range, replete with dynamic anti-heroes, lithe warriors and graceful anti-grav vehicles. 4) Dark Eldar Army List – Muster your collection of Dark Eldar into an army and send them screaming out into realspace to wreak untold havoc. This book is in very good condition apart from very minor creasing to the edges of the cover and a small stain on the back cover that could be carefully wiped or scratched off. The pages themselves appear unread.