Diabolic Tutor

Finding it hard to find time for adventures? There’s a great alternative to live session as playing online gets easier with Gitzman’s (you know him from his enormous map project) online tutoring. This was published at FFG’s forum:

Hey dudes,

So i know lots of people have been inquriing as to how to play remotely with their pals.  I’ve been using MapTools for a while now which can really help those long distance games with a shared digital game board.

I will be running an introductory session on how to use MapTools and more specifically, how to use the Gtizman’s WFRP3 Ruleset for MapTools this weekend, Saturday, April 30th at 11am PST (GMT -8).

In order to participate you will need:

  • MapTools v1.3b86 available for free here.
  • JAVA 6 or higher available for free here.
  • Skype available for free here.

If you want to run your own games, you will also need Gitzman’s WFRP3 MapTools Ruleset avaialble atwww.GitzmansGallery.com.

If you are interested in checking it out, please shoot me a contact request on Skype at “jburke.design“.

I will provide instructions for logging into MapTools, running it, playing with the tokens and macros, and maybe a bit of designing maps.

I look forward to seeing you guys this weekend!


Flow chart for WFRP products

RARodger from FFG’s forum made this neat flow chart of the products of WFRP3. I like to get my hands on everything new but for some it might not even be possible. So these kinds of advices should/could come hand.

Products of WFRP3

(Published at the permission of the creator.)

As a side note – I just noticed that all the published material for WFRP3 excluding the tomes take roughly the same amount of space at by bookshelf than the 8th edition rulebook for Warhammer Fantasy Battle…

Movie list started

Started an “Inspiration”-page for easier browsing. Currently it has a small list of inspirational movies but I plan to also add music, books etc.

edit: While googling for these I encountered a YouTube channel with tutorials for playing WFRP3. I’ve contacted their maker to include them here but for now you can find them here: http://www.youtube.com/user/mortonstromgal#p/a