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Middenheim: City of the White Wolf

Famed for its impregnability, set atop the mighty Fauschlag, struck flat by Ulric’s fist, Middenheim commands authority over all who stand beneath its towering presence. Hewn from living rock by peerless Dwarf skill, it is a striking fortress city where Ulric, the God of War, Winter and Wolves, reigns supreme. The sacred Eternal Flame burns pure and bright, in the heart of a city famed throughout the Old World, riven by dark cults, clambering merchants, and seditious schemers. Middenheim has little room for heroes, and less time for wasters, but for canny opportunists with the will and grit to carve a small piece of something better? Well, they might stand a chance.

Middenheim: City of the White Wolf takes players out of the familiar Grand Province of the Reikland, and drops them in the centre of Ulrican influence and power in the Old World. Middenheim sits at the heart of the Empire’s Northern expanse, and is the perfect setting for endless grim and perilous adventure! Each district of the expansive city is carefully detailed, with locations, plot hooks and NPCs too numerous to list. A beautifully illustrated map, provided with both GM and Player versions, shows off the city in exquisite detail. Need an Inn in the Altmarket? A Pawnbroker in The Kleinmoot? Details on the Kisvilite Embassy? Middenheim has everything you require.

Middenheim: City of the White Wolf distils the best of previous writing on the chosen city of Ulric, and combines it with new creatures, new NPCs, new locations, and rules to create the ultimate sourcebook for groups wishing to adventure in Middenheim and its surrounds. Full rules for creating Middenheimer, Middenlander and Nordlander Characters are included, along with a new career for true devotees of Ulric. 

A stand-alone book, Middenheim: City of the White Wolf also makes an excellent supplement for those intending to run Power Behind the Throne, part three of The Enemy Within campaign. While the companion content is very focused on the events of Power Behind the Throne, this book provides more details on the city for GMs who are happy to let their groups explore more widely. It details Middenheim around 2512 IC, prior to the events of The Enemy Within, but includes an appendix with updates on how future events are set to alter the city.

Middenheim: City of the White Wolf includes:

  • A History of Middenheim: A timeline of events leading up to the present day, detailing the cities past as a stronghold of the Ulrican faith and one time home to the usurper Wolf Emperors
  • A Visitors Guide: Eighty pages of detailed locations, NPCs and plot hooks set throughout the city’s many districts
  • Dark Cults of Middenheim: A run down on the cults and conspiracies that make Middenheim their home, any one of which could threaten the very fabric of political, cultural, or religious life in the city
  • The Duchy of Middenheim: Middenheim is more than just a city — it also commands the territories that surround it, as far away as coastal Nordland. The Duchy of Middenheim provides details on regions directly within ambit of the city, as well as the often fractious nobility that control them
  • Bestiary, Characters and more: Additional beasts, new Character options for creating local adventurers, and the Wolf Kin career for those willing to embody the spirit of Ulric in all things.

Middenheim: City of the White Wolf is an excellent and entertaining addition to any gaming table. Packed with lore, NPCs, and exciting adventure hooks, it will kickstart your next adventure in Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay!

Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd. © Games Workshop 2020



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Robert R January 16, 2021 10:22 pm UTC
I have noticed that there are no replies or comments at all from the publisher. Interesting.
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Gwenael T January 08, 2021 8:29 pm UTC
Where can I notify C7 that this isn’t showing up in WFRP or ”warhammer fourth edition” searches?
Might lead to people missing it, since those are the tags used by DTRPG in their C7 publisher section.
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Sean D December 17, 2020 7:46 am UTC
You honestly responded to requests for a preview by uploading a one page pdf preview of the map?
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Vhayjen . December 04, 2020 5:06 am UTC
I just emailed C7 directly to inform them that many of us are not purchasing content without previews. We shall see what happens.
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Chris W December 09, 2020 9:31 am UTC
Looks like a preview has been added.
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Andrew D December 09, 2020 3:03 pm UTC
Added for other stuff, too.
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Vhayjen . December 09, 2020 4:55 pm UTC
Yeah, looks that way. Here is the reply I received from C7:

Thanks for the email.

We're very much in favour of previews.

I believe that was just an oversight when it was uploaded and released - Launches are complicated and we've a lot of platforms to upload files to, send out emails, post on social media... I've just fixed it there.

I know that for some of our products, we cannot display previews because Drive Thru still doesn't provide the tools to properly preview multi-filed products. As it will randomly select a file to use for the preview (not alphabetical, not first uploaded) - often an endpaper / map or handout.

Kind regards,

Kieran Murphy | Fulfillment, Operations and Distribution

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Christopher J December 02, 2020 1:09 pm UTC
Maybe I'm missing something, but: for the uninitiated to the Warhammer FRP universe, there is no visual indication or map showing where Middenheim is relation to the rest of the Empire featured in the core rulebook. You'd think this would be obvious except there's no map in the Middenheim book showing it's relation to the rest of the Old World, and the map inside the core rulebook cuts off right above Altdorf (Middenheim is pretty far north of it.)

I ended up Googling the old world maps (and what a crap shoot that is) to see exactly where the city lies.

Other than that nitpick, the book is stellar.
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Andrew D December 09, 2020 3:08 pm UTC
This is a fairly good point. They seem to have an obsession with the Reikland and the background info in the rulebook doesn't have so much as a basic map of The Empire. I guess I hadn't thought of that with being in and around WFRP and WFB for so many years.

This may pose an interesting issue for TEW part 3, Power Behind the Throne as the adventurers move from the Reikland to Middenheim... There is an upcoming Empire supplement due soon (TM) that may address this, but I would suggest Cubicle 7 make a proper map of the Empire for WFRP v4, preferably free.

In the meantime, I suggest Gitzmans Gallery. It's a compendium of all things cartographic in the Warhammer World. It has other useful resources, too.

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Bill E December 01, 2020 12:01 am UTC
Why does C7 persist in neglecting to offer previews of many WHFRP books?
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Sean D November 28, 2020 1:43 am UTC
Please add a preview. Love the 1st edition version but I'm not going to buy a new version sight unseen. And please don't make it the table of contents, which is useless.
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Matteo B November 29, 2020 9:14 am UTC
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Chris W December 09, 2020 9:32 am UTC
Looks like a preview has been added.
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Sean D December 17, 2020 7:47 am UTC
It's the map, which I feel is trolling at this point.
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Rory H November 20, 2020 4:53 am UTC
It is a bit disconcerting when the publisher can’t even present a cover shot of the game, let alone a preview.

I am presuming this is a WFRP 4E release, rather than the old 1st Edition book, but will they be doing a Power Behind The Throne Companion in addition to this? Also, finally, does this book include rules for Snotball?
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Emmet B November 20, 2020 7:26 am UTC
This is an issue with DrivethruRPG it looks like. If you click the thumbnail you can see the cover.
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Jay W November 20, 2020 2:57 pm UTC
It is a WFRP 4e release.
It does contain material on snotball.
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Andrew D November 20, 2020 11:13 pm UTC
Cubicle 7 don't seem to do previews. Emmet B is correct, if you click the thumbnail, you will see the cover art. I assume this is something that DriveThruRPB need to fix.

This is in addition to the PBtT Companion. There will also be a similar book for Altdorf, also in addtion to the Empire in Ruins Companion.
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