Date Posted: 26-07-2020

Sunday Summary

Wrath & Glory Errata Out Now!

We hope you have all been enjoying Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory so far. A big thank you to everyone who contacted us with feedback on the Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory Rulebook! After several additional rounds of proofing and editing, we have clarified the text and made changes. 

We have updated the PDF with these changes and if you bought the Rulebook from us directly, you should have received a link to download the updated file. If you bought from DrivethrRPG, you will also have been alerted to update your files.

We have also added the updated file to Bits and Mortar.

To find out more and to download the Changelog PDF click here.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound FAQ

Last week we compiled a list of the most frequently asked Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound questions and their answers to share with you here.

If you have a burning Soulbound question that isn’t answered in our FAQ feel free to post it under the FAQ post on our Facebook or Twitter pages and we will include in future FAQ’s.

Browse all Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound titles on our webstore here!

WFRP: Death on the Reik and its ancestry by Graeme Davis

Last week we shared an excellent excerpt from a previous Developer Diary from the legendary Graeme Davis concerning the Enemy Within and the ancestry of Death on the Reik.

When many WFRP fans talk about the Enemy Within campaign, they are mostly thinking about Death on the Reik. That is quite understandable: this sprawling adventure contains so much that became iconic about the campaign, and about WFRP itself. River travel, of course, and mutant attacks, scheming cultists, warpstone, bizarre NPCs — and, of course, an ending that leaves the Characters wondering whether they actually won. 

The adventure was planned around river travel in order to emphasize the role of the Empire’s rivers in transportation. As in medieval Europe, a river is a far easier way to move goods and people than the roads of the time. Rivers are already there and do not need to be built, they remain open and passable in all but the most extreme weather, and they automatically connect the most fertile lands — and therefore, the major towns and cities — because the soil on their banks is well watered and replenished with nutrients by the occasional flood. 

Continue reading here.

GenCon Online July 30 – August 2, 2020

We are really looking forward to taking part in GenCon Online next week and we have been creating lots of Video and blog content to share with you over the Convention! Find out more about GenCon Online here and stay tuned for more updates from us in the next few days!

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