An evil fiend has done a deep most horrible! He has stolen the priced jewel of von Perle‘s canines!
This deed cannot go unpunished! When the need arises heroes must seize it. Will the party be up to the challenge of the Mystery of the Stolen Thunder? Find out by downloading the newest one page scenario – now in two pages!
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Better late than never. I received a scenario almost a week ago and promised to upload it “tonight”. And here we are.
Valvorik (Rob Harper) has written an adventure “for Players willing to roleplay social scenes and investigation.” This 48 pages mammoth is statted for WFRP3 and has various tools to be used but I see no reason why any GM could not run this with earlier editions.
“This adventure is inspired by Susanna Gregory’s story in the Hill of Bones collection by the Medieval Murderers authors group”, Valvorik says. But I think that those who liked “The Name of the Rose” should not be disappointed either.
Here is another treat from Sami Uusitalo. This time it is not about some vicious beast looking for a adventurer party to kill but a supplement that offers an interesting group of NPCs and very different quest hooks.
Higher society events, use for the latest WFRP3 PoD (in no way required though in this non-system specific supplement) and quite possibly a journey to ice cold tundras of Kislev are just a few notes about the contents of the Ice King of Kislev.
DOWNLOAD as a PDF
Also – I just noticed that for some reason my page links are missing. Have to work on that.
A couple of days ago Strike-to-Stun user AranaiRa published a complete overhaul of arcane magic for WFRP2. This mammoth tome of 76 pages not only re-writes the spells but also offers the rules for elf wizards.
My group and I decided to go back to WFRP 2e after about a year and a half, though experience with newer games that run off of WFRP 2e’s base system made us realize that the existing casting system was a bit lack-luster. So we aimed to fix that.
An updated Rune Magic doc is coming soon, followed by Divine Magic. From there we plan to cover Dark Lores, then Witch Lores and hedge magic. Any feedback or error-catching is appreciated!
AranaiRa allowed the hosting of this document at the Daily Empire and thus you can download it HERE as a pdf.
The original post can be found at this Strike-to-Stun thread as I am sure that some of you would like to give comments and suggestions to the author.
I received this actually yesterday but was too busy watching movies and celebrating the Winter Solstice that I forgot to add it here. However all is good that end well, here is the third onesheet for the Winter Solstice Challenge.
Party at Pfalkenbergs by Luke Rose