Publisher's summary Edit
But the nature of their Enemy has always been shrouded, in mystery, in enigma, perceived through mirrored labyrinths seemingly constructed as much by the Great Houses as the Enemy. Why?
Perhaps now the secrets of the Enemy can be revealed. Or perhaps not.
Experience the ravaged memories of those who have met them in War.
Individual stories Edit
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- Of the nineteen "briefing documents" included between stories in the anthology, two we|}
- Of the nineteen "briefing documents" included between stories in the anthology, two were contributed by Michael Simpson and Lesley Drakken, and the rest were written by Simon Bucher-Jones (but credited to in-universe characters or parties).
- All contributors, real world and in-universe alike, are credited and given author biographies.
- There are several powers or individuals who are not the Enemy but are nevertheless opportunists seeking an advantage in the War, including the Mal'akh "hoping for a little payback;" (PROSE: The Book of the War) "the end-point summoned into the City of the Saved,"(PROSE: God Encompasses) defectors from the Sixth Wave, (PROSE: The Book of the War) "a timeship hoping to force changes upon own her society," (AUDIO: The Eleven-Day Empire) and "xenophobic mutants traveling in their own personal war machines." (TV: The Daleks)
- Xenaria is considered a war hero, and has been given the honorary title of "Xenaria Who Survived." (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)