26 August 2015

ZWEIHÄNDER - A Grim & Perilous RPG: Magical News

art from http://grimandperilous.com
It's time to advertise also ZWEIHÄNDER - A Grim & Perilous RPG -project. This project has taken its time and still going on. But, it is very promising! It started as next version or advanced version of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. Now, former "Project Corehammer" has become a new RPG system very much inspired by previous WFRP editions. I don't need to tell more, just go and see more from the official site: What is ZWEIHÄNDER?

During the summer there has been magical news and previews to ZWEIHÄNDER. You can see all those from following official links:

11 August 2015

New (and updated) Warhammer stuff from other fans

Keep the hammer high and fan-rules coming. Couple of fan-additions from various sites. Be sure to check these out:

The Daily Empire -site has been busy this summer. It has a new adventure: Heralds of Woe. You can also find The Legacy of Tibor Brochi scenario and interesting article about the Bretonnian Knighthood. Before those there is also Random Skaven Trappings and (Bitter Moors) Landrel Barrow.

d0m0kun has also been busy with his rules (new chase rules and many updated documents). Mostly WFRP1 rules, but also various universal articles.

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And remember to visit/check even more from the topics of Strike to Stun forum and also from the Fantasy Flight Games Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay forum.

01 August 2015

Warhammer Quest: the Adventure Card Game

Join forces with legendary heroes to brave the many dangers of a cavernous dungeon. Wield potent weapons and magic. Conquer hordes of vile monsters. Discover fabulous treasures.

Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game is a cooperative game of heroic dungeon adventures for one to four players. Players assume the roles of some of the Old World's most iconic heroes, then venture into the shadows to battle ghouls, Goblins, Skaven, giant bats, swarms of rats, and other monsters.

Can you survive their relentless onslaught? Can you press deeper into their lair to find the evil villain that drives them forward? There are only two ways for your quest to end – in death or in glory!

Let's keep the old Warhammer world alive (and also good old Warhammer Quest game). More information see Fantasy Flight Games and their News - Warhammer Quest: The Adventuring Card Game.

31 July 2015

Nuln Maps, Version 2.1

I have updated Nuln maps. There are some new locations from couple of new sources and then some changes to the old ones. You can find the maps from the Nuln -page.

The End Times, Part IV: Thanquol (WFB campaign book):
  • Watch-stations are also called as the "Black Towers"
  • Some new Watch-stations ("Black Towers")
  • Folly's Quarter
  • Marktplatz (C107)
  • Sump Docks (C108)
  • Morr's Hill (C109)
  • The Last Hope Inn (C110)
  • Grunplatz (C111)
  • River Navy Docks (F10)
  • Krupthof Foundry (F48)
Warpstone 29: Joust for Fun (fan magazine):
  • Some new noble estates.
  • The Great Field, Tourney Grounds, is location G16, just outside Der Halbinsel.
Gotrek & Felix: Road of Skulls (novel):
  • Plaza of Saints (B62)
Changes to the old locations:
  • Many of the Watch-stations ("Black Towers") have changed their locations. This is based on the information from The End Times, Part IV: Thanquol.
  • The Great Cathedral of Sigmar changed its location, with the temple of Myrmidia. Chapterhouse of Knights Griffon has now new location also. This is based on the information from The End Times, Part IV: Thanquol.
  • Vogelhaus Weg moved little further from its former location to remain in Niederfluss District.
  • New Marktplatz (C107) changed the look of the area from where it is located, next to gate X3. This is based on the information from The End Times, Part IV: Thanquol.
  • Emmanuelleplatz - Westway - Grand Strasse. How many names a favorite street may have? This is based on the information from The End Times, Part IV: Thanquol. My story would be, that originally this was "just" Westway. Kind of boring name. Then later on some Count decided to name the street Grand Strasse. Now, when Countess Emmanuelle von Liebwitz was born, the old Count decided to name the street as Emmanuelleplatz. Which doesn't even mean street, but plaza. But the Grand Strasse is basicly one big plaza where different merchants sell their wares all day long from the Great Bridge all the way to Aldig Quarter hill.