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WFRP: Archives of The Empire Vol 2

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Just North of Altdorf, not far from the village of Frederheim, the cult of Shallya maintains za Hospice. Behind its imposing walls, troubled souls receive succour, and a lucky few find respite.

One of its denizens, the ‘Lady’ Isabella, worries her carers. Her quill is ceaseless, though few can say what she writes. Despite the best efforts of the hospice staff, strange missives continue to appear in her room. Could there be some truth to her claim that she is collating a truly wondrous collection of writings?

Surely it can not be the case that she is who she claims to be — one Princess Isabella von Holswig-Schleistein, sister to Emperor Karl-Franz I. Some are beginning to wonder…

Welcome to Archives of the Empire: Volume II. A fascinating and diverse collection of articles on topics that cover the length and breath of the Old World. This second volume focuses on those towering walls of muscle and fat, the Ogres, who hail from the Mountains of Mourn but make their home across the Empire and indeed the world. Volume II details new locations, careers, and NPCs perfect for inclusion in your next WFRP adventure.

Archives of the Empire II includes:

  • Ogres of the Empire: Two chapters dedicated to Ogres, their place in the Empire, and their place at the gaming table. Included are three new careers, including the fearsome Ogre Butcher, who wields the magic of the Great Maw with bloody intent.

  • Star Signs and Astrology: Some say their fate is written in the stars, while others find their future in the gutter. This chapter provides a description of the star signs that dot the heavens of the Old World, along with the meaning that people invest in them.

  • Magical Items: Though magic items are rare in the Old World, they are coveted and powerful things. This chapter provides rules for generating magic weapons, armour, and stranger devices.

  • The Great Hospice: A retreat from the perils of the world, the Great Hospice provides a refuge for those who need it — and can afford it. Just north of Altdorf, the Hospice is a detailed location with maps, NPCs, plot hooks, and more.

  • Theatre of War: Though combat is a common feature of WFRP games, open warfare is rarely explored. This chapter provides rules for creating a cinematic battle in which competent Characters can influence the outcome.

Archives of the Empire II provides another varied collection of excellent and entertaining expansions to any gaming table. Packed with lore, NPCs, and exciting adventure hooks, this collection will kickstart your next adventure in Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay!

Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.© Copyright Games Workshop Limited 2021
 
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Adam L November 18, 2021 6:38 pm UTC
Ogres!!! Gonna buy this as soon as I can! Just can't wait for a pc Skaven option later.
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Jay W November 20, 2021 8:03 pm UTC
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It's nice that they just outright tell you that ogre PCs are horribly imbalanced for typical play. It actually feels better than artificially weak ogres forced to be equal to human companions, and it puts allowing ogres (or not) firmly in the GM's hands.
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