I have been writing my own hack for the Apocalypse World and while doing so went through a series of different hacks for that system. I have encountered two hacks that are build for Warhammer and decided to share them for you. You are welcome to check them out, try them out or use them as your inspiration.
Streets of Marienburg is a bigger supplement for World of Dungeons. It gives a small rules summary, character creation and whatnot to get the game started. It also has a handy reference for Marienburg that can be used in any game.
Eye of Chaos is an old hack that has little else than a starting point for a game. The knowledge of Apocalypse World is mandatory. It has a big list of Kislev names to be used though.
If there is more hacks for Apocalypse World or any other game I would be interested in them!
It is time to back my dice and head to Ropecon. Last year I got to play some WFRP3 and hopefully this year I can bash some mutant heads again! Maybe I even get a chance to GM my new adventure Tin Pint.
More to follow.
That right. A blog about gaming. Like there wasn’t enough of such as it is.
GuildBlog is a blog written by our extended gaming group (a large group of gamers from all around Finland). There is no way to predict what will be discussed there but considering the writers it will most likely deal with everything that is cool.
Check it out for it this will (most likely) be the last non-WFRP post in the Daily Empire.
Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. It is a promotion of material written and designed by the host of the Daily Empire, Lauri Maijala. This does not mean that the Daily Empire would turn into a promotional field or abandon WFRP. It just means that it is a pretty damn good game to try out.
A month ago an introduction was published.
Since then there has been quite a lot of work done with the Eldritch Sigils but as things tend to move up to their own speed we are not quite there yet. However we are ready to present a small (should I say) “commercial” about what is to come.
House of Gods is an adventure aimed to be played during a single night or in a convention. It sends up to five Native American braves to fight for their right to rule the tribe but just might include a twist that makes it a lot more entertaining. And “oneshotty”.
This scenario uses the most basic rules of Eldritch Sigils; it is stripped from a lot of the “full rules” in the sake of being able to learn the system and play the game in a few hours. It is the first of a series of similarly themed (or at least build) adventures.
In the midst of all the snow here in Finland I hope that this adventure finds you and your group with a little time (and PCs) to kill. If you have anything at all to say about this first installment I hope you bring it up either here or send me a direct email.
I should point out that as we are currently without illustrators this pdf (and those that follow) are lacking in art. We have every intention to get more eye-candy once we are able to support the artist(s).
DOWNLOAD House of Gods
Enjoy the story. May it be brutal.
I am not big on personal blogging. Or blogging of any kind for that matter. But after last weekends role-playing convention (Ropecon, held in Helsinki here in Finland) I felt I have to get a couple of things out.
For the past (almost) twenty years I have played through a lot of games. When we started with Finnish translations from Lord of the Rings and Cyberpunk I would have never dreamed about a community as meaningful as Warhammer has. It is true that in those days there was not even internet but that is besides the point.
In the tender age of fifteen I was introduced to the world of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and I was completely enthralled by it immediately. It was not long until I had purchased my very first English rpg and was game mastering ridiculous adventures for my friends. During that time, almost fifteen years ago, I found that there were people sharing their experiences with Warhammer online. That was something completely new to me.
Then for some reason or another I decided to join A WFRP forum.
Now I checked my joining date from the Strike to Stun forum. I could have sworn it was there where I was hooked to the community, but it seems I’ve registered there during our third “back to WFRP” campaign at 2006. It matters little as this however was the point where I can actually say I’ve been playing Warhammer and not just some fantasy rpg. Earlier our games run by me were high fantasy adventures with little or nothing to do with the Old World. But the immediate response to my question was one of the best feelings I’ve had during my years as GM.
After that I’ve been running all editions of WFRP (along side of other games) but one thing has always been a part of my life. I am proud to admit that I am addicted to Warhammer forums.
It is actually quite funny. We have not played a single game of WFRP in over a year but I still visit both FFG and StS forum on daily basis. In most days a lot more than once. I love to give to the community as I feel that the community has given so much for me. With no other game have I ever witnessed as open forums as with Warhammer. There is always something new and still familiar online.
All in all the meaning of this post was to give a big thank you for all you out there. Even though we are not playing Warhammer currently I just know we will get back to it someday and it is mainly because of the community. I would especially like to give a lucky charm for Gotthart von Wittgenstein who answered my question on StS forum six years ago and to G. van der Vegt who ran a succesful game of WFRP3 in Ropecon and managed to blow some more light to a dying ember of my Warhammer enthusiasm. May the dice always favor you all.