This month continues a three-part (grown from two originally) world building exploration of the Empire of the Old World for WFRP.
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In SLA Industries, you’re operatives for a mega-corporation that controls multiple star systems with an iron fist. You’re on planet Mort, the centre of this corporate empire. It always rains, life is cheap, and your battles against monsters in ruins and serial killers is broadcast on TV to distract the working masses.
For many of us, Social Anxiety can be a true hindrance in our day to day lives and make the concept of interacting with new and unfamiliar people exhausting. However, let me tell you how tabletop games have changed that for me.
Archives of the Empire Volume 1 is a high production quality, relatively thin 100-page hardback accessory for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4e.
This month is a comprehensive look at Middenheim: City of the White Wolf, in Charles Dunwoody’s Warhammer world building column.
In the RPG Himbo Treasure Hunt, a firm called “CashCorp” is going to buy your gym, knock it down and turn it into high-end apartments.
If you’re looking for a tabletop clearly inspired by those hack-slash-loot computer games like Diablo or Torchlight, then There Once Were Dragons is a strong contender.