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Wrath & Glory - Forsaken System Player's Guide

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EXPLORE A SYSTEM FORSAKEN BY THE GREAT RIFT   

Cut off from the might of the Imperium by the Great Rift, and beset on all sides by the daemonic forces that emerge from the tear in reality, the Gilead System stands as a bastion of faith in the Emperor. Unable to call for reinforcements or escape the System, the citizens of these planets fight to preserve the Imperial Creed as they battle back the vile xenos, corrupted renegades, and foul daemons that assail them. 


But even as the Imperium’s diverse factions  unite in this time of desperation, the rifts between them grow. With the Emperor’s watchful gaze obscured by the Great Rift, powerful opportunists pursue their own goals, and reignite old rivalries. The grim worlds of the Gilead System are rife with intrigue, betrayal, and secretive plots. 


The Forsaken System Player’s Guide contains a wealth of information for running and playing Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory, including: 


  • Expanded information on the planets of the Gilead System, including optional backgrounds for Human characters. 

  • Practical primers on the fractious Factions of the Gilead System, their hierarchies, and their relationships with one another. 

  • Detailed accounts of the Patrons of the major Factions in the Gilead System, each of which has distinct Frameworks and mission ideas for your campaign. 

  • 3 new playable Species: Ogryns, Ratlings, and Kroot. 

  • 20 new playable Archetypes. 

  • Optional rules for a system of downtime Endeavours to detail your characters’ exploits between adventures. 

Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.© Copyright Games Workshop Limited 2021
 
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Robert S February 22, 2021 9:28 pm UTC
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Hey my friend told me that there is a mention of cherubim on page 67 in wargear section.
Where can we find it's stats?
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February 11, 2021 1:14 pm UTC
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Pg. 97 - Kroot's table contains errors:
XP Cost: Kroot.
Attributes: 22 (I assume this is the XP cost.)
I made some math based on the Kroot Merchenary (pg. 119) We sould receive Strength OR Thoughtness 2 for free.
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Steve R February 03, 2021 1:46 pm UTC
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Any plans for adding Tau castes in the future? They seem custom made for multi species games but never seem to get any love.
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Thomas A February 05, 2021 2:12 am UTC
That's probably cause lore wise even with their boom tube they're still stick in the southern sections of the galaxy.
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Steve R February 05, 2021 3:34 am UTC
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Where there's a will there's a way, but I take your point.
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Ranulph D February 02, 2021 1:33 pm UTC
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Also the rules for the Condemnor Boltgun is missing
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Nick M January 28, 2021 9:57 pm UTC
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I noticed a...potential error? I was looking for the Bolt Carbine stats for the Primaris Reiver subclass, and while it has a DESCRIPTION in the book, neither it or the other bolt weapon have actual stats. Is this an oversight or are they just reskins of bolters from the main book?
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Rory H January 27, 2021 12:53 pm UTC
Are one of the new Species giant plants that continually say ‘I am Kroot’?
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Onno R February 04, 2021 7:39 am UTC
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That is going to drive GM's crazy:
GM: 'John! A group of genestealers is bearing down on you! There is only one way to escape, the sewer system! What are you going to do??"
John:'I am Kroot.'
GM: 'John! WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? Fight or flee?!'
John 'I am Kroot!'
GM:'They are almost upon you! They're shooting at you! What are you going to do?!'
John: 'I am KROOT!'
GM: 'JOHN!!'
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Nicholas L January 27, 2021 8:01 am UTC
This is compatible with the latest edition of Wrath & Glory correct?
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Francesco C January 27, 2021 12:18 pm UTC
Yes, C7 version
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Michael H January 26, 2021 7:21 pm UTC
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Noticed a possible mistake on P 121: the Crozius Arcanum has the Exotic and Adepta Sororitas Keywords, shouldn't that be Adeptus Astartes, Power Field, and Imperium?
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Jay W January 26, 2021 10:28 pm UTC
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Yep, I saw that one too.

There are plenty of other mistakes in there too. The Astartes Chaplain has the Chapter Cult ability. And then we look at the Astartes Librarian and see that they...get the Chapter Cult ability too (same name but with different mechanics).

Disappointing that I find such things within minutes of flipping through the file.
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Charlie S January 26, 2021 11:18 pm UTC
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At least they have an errata submission feature on their facebook post announcing the release, and they always integrate as much of it as possible before going to print.
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Abraham Z January 27, 2021 4:11 pm UTC
That's disappointing, I expected the several errors trend to be a thing of the past since the switch from Ulysses Spiele to Cubicle 7; for expensive PDFs like this one, it should not be the norm, the publisher should have effective proofreading and editing, instead of waiting for their own customers to do the fixes.
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Adam L January 30, 2021 12:47 am UTC
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Cubicle 7 has a game philosophy much like some other greats like Pinnacle. Basically, they release the pdf waaaaaay before the physical copies, and its fans proofread it for them in addition to their in house proofers. Works wonders.
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Jay W January 31, 2021 1:21 pm UTC
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Yes...we live/buy to serve.
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Abraham Z February 01, 2021 1:14 am UTC
@Adam L that sounds pretty awful! Specially considering that their proofers get paid for doing a lousy job, and their customers not only work for them for free, but also pay for the "privilege"? That's low, shame on Cubicle 7, I am very disappointed in them.
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peter W February 05, 2021 3:44 pm UTC
The Emperor expects every human to do his duty...
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Charlie S February 06, 2021 3:42 pm UTC
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Not sure I'd see it that way, for example: in one of the most recent Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay books by C7, Archives of the Empire- Volume 1, people were not able to only fix mistakes, but ask for small rules changes and changes to the books format that would not necessarily be classified as errors. So, not only are we part of the editorial process, but the rules development as well. I mean, they're never going to be able to playtest anything so much as to make it completely perfect, but with millions more people getting a crack before print, they get a lot more feedback than ANY gaming company could get via in-house playtesting.
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Abraham Z February 07, 2021 1:33 am UTC
You could see it in different ways, but you are still working for them for free, when other companies deliver with little to no typos, and with enough testing so that the product is good.
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Mr S C February 12, 2021 4:52 am UTC
Bear in mind that even a professional proof reader or editor, without at least some background in tabletop gaming, is simply not going to pick up on some of the errors already mentioned here, since from a grammar, syntax etc. point of view they do not necessarily represent errors.

Whereas gamers reviewing the same content will be far more likely to find things like missing stats blocks, rules contradictions and so forth, and suggest potential fixes and improvements based upon their experiences. Hence the best products tend to come from those publishers who make use of both approaches before releasing a final version to print.

(And as someone will no doubt point out, the general reaction to Catalyst's 6th Edition Shadowrun products seems to indicate an example where neither aprroach is favoured)
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Abraham Z February 13, 2021 9:33 am UTC
"Whereas gamers reviewing the same content will be far more likely to find things like missing stats blocks, rules contradictions and so forth" that sounds evern worse and worse with every word. And I already see two reviews giving 5 stars despite the errors. This is pretty crazy, working for free and giving perfect score despite the errors; obey the Emperor.
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Charlie S February 26, 2021 4:34 pm UTC
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Well, you're entitled to your opinion. Many people don't seem to see it as a dealbraeker though.
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Abraham Z January 26, 2021 4:19 pm UTC
So this game is finally getting the support it deserves!
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144
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