A student and an unnamed accomplice stole over £6,000 from Games Workshop to fuel a Warhammer addiction.
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
Warhammer is the fantasy roleplaying game created by Games Workshop as the companion to Warhammer Fantasy Battle.
There have been a few license holders and companies responsible for publishing Warhammer FRPG. The latest is Cubicle 7 who published the 4th edition in August 2018.
RPG news is summed up in bullet points, and this week, we’ve news of a new Warhammer TTRPG, D&D’s birthday, Evil Genius versus Netflix, the Shadow of the Weird Wizard and Assassin’s Creed TTRPG.
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s RPG news round-up for the week, unearthing headlines from trusted news sites and smaller blogs, review sites, and Kickstarter.
Cubicle 7 publishes the tabletop roleplaying games for Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play, Warhammer Soulbound, Warhammer 40K Imperium Maledictum and Warhammer 40K Wrath & Glory.
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I’m not sure if these stamps are for use, but the temptation to send someone an official Nurgle candle in a package covered in all the wrong Warhammer stamps is high!
Imperium Maledictum’s intrigue, betrayal, and conspiracy stories use a revised d100 mechanism.
Games include Dawn of War, Inquisitor and Blood Bowl. There’s Total War, Gladius, Dakka Squadron and Hired Gun. Oh, and plenty of Vermintide, Darktide and Necromunda.
It’s always good to give the baddies a kicking. Now you can step into the shoes of a Grail Knight or Outcast Engineer and take on Chaos’ Skaven.
Today, Earl of Fife Games has announced a licensing deal to bring the Tetsubo setting to life using the Heroes & Hardship Core Rulebook. There will be expanded rules to further enhance play in the fantasy lands of Yamato.