Not as such, though there might well be a distant kinship.
I have no idea. You know what? You should ask Phil Kelly. I bet he'd know.
I like them, and I already have. I'd love to see maps of specific cities, like the one we got for part of Hammerhal Aqsha. Greywater Fastness, for instance, or Tempest's Eye. And maybe a map of Azyrheim, or parts of Azyr?
Yes. The soil in the area is surprisingly fertile, and there are communal farms within the city, and on the heights above. There are also vineyards and herds of dusthooves (a breed of hardy, Shyishian goat). Too, the Corvine Gate allows for easy trade with Nordrath and Azyr.
Gravewild's economy is primarily predicated on trade. Damask, spices, and grave-silk are traditional trade goods. There are mines in the mountains, and a famed type of ceramic made from the dust-wastes that surround the city. The soil in the area is fertile, and there are vineyards on the slopes above the city, which produce a dark wine called Stargleam.
Not much, really. I know it's implausibly immense, and holds more than just mortal souls - daemons, monsters...there are even gods imprisoned in it. Basically anyone who attracts Nagash's ire in a big way gets punted into a cell, should they be captured by the Spirit Torments that serve as Nagash's jailers.
He's still picking them up, as far as I know. And that narrative sounds great to me.
No plan, at the moment. They're just a bit of background flavour I threw in to a few different stories to add some variety to the Dispossessed. I'd like to do more with them (and with the Dispossessed in general), in the future however, if the right project comes up.
Sure. I think there's an interesting potential there, and I'd honestly be surprised if there's not someone working on a Spell Hunter story (or stories) right now.
Keep it simple, to start with. Is it soft? Harsh? Loud? Thin? I usually only make especial note of it when the voice isn't 'normal', i.e. Space Marines, duardin, vampires, etc.
Honestly? It probably depends on the faction release schedule. If GW have something planned for them for the near future (battletome, etc.) then not until around the time that comes out. If they don't, then probably whenever someone pitches one. I'm actually noodling with some short story ideas centred on them at the moment, because I suspect those will be an easier pitch than a full novel.
Old enough to know better.
Nope. They still have those impulses. At least, the ones who haven't been reforged too many times.
I wish. I'd write that in a heart beat. No, this is for something else.
I aim for at least 2000 words per project, per day. That usually breaks down to 4 or 5 pages.
I have. Weren't they a fan-created chapter or something? If they were, I don't know that I could use them. Glad you enjoyed the books?
All very good questions I will hopefully explore at length in that freeguild novel I'm hoping to write, as it'd be about the Gold Gryphons, Twelfth Cohort (the ones in the book).
Haven't read it yet, actually.
He's a poetic soul. Also the graves under the city are wild (i.e. still under Nagash's control), so...Gravewild.
He plans to turn it into a communal garden. And there are mountains (that's where the beastmen went), just not big ones. Most of the water was/is drawn from an underground aquifer, or from rain (which is where the cisterns come in). But until the aquifer is suitably purified, the city will import fresh water from Azyr.
Not as much as I should, of late. But I normally work out around thirty minutes to an hour a day.
I'm going to say yes, but only because I think it'd be interesting to write about.
In my opinion...possibly. But I doubt they'd keep their abilities.
Wait and see.