WFRP 1E is set in the Old World, a striking pseudo-European, Renaissance-level low-fantasy setting of corruption and superstition, betrayal and butchery, and insidious, encroaching Chaos. These two bargain-priced collections of beautiful .PDF image scans had everything you need to start adventuring in this grim world of perilous adventure.
Purchasers of either of these WFRP offers also got a 20%-off discount code for purchases of the print versions of the 2018 Fourth Edition Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Core Rulebook and Warhammer Fantasy Starter Set at the Cubicle 7 webstore.
WARHAMMER FANTASY ROLEPLAY 1E
This revived December 2018 Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 1E Bundle had the core rulebooks and key supplements. These are all top-quality .PDF image scans of the original 1980s and ’90s hardcopies; the files are bookmarked and the text is fully copiable.
[from Dec 2018]
There were three titles in this revived offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $30) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete 385-page Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay First Edition core rulebook (with its original color plates!) plus the two city supplements Marienburg: Sold Down the River and Middenheim: City of Chaos.
Those who paid more than this revival’s threshold (average) price also got this offer’s entire Campaign Collection with five scenario books worth an additional $50 that together form the legendary sequence The Enemy Within — one of the greatest campaigns in fantasy roleplaying history:
- 1: Shadows Over Bögenhafen
- 2: Death on the Reik
- 3: Power Behind the Throne
- 4: Something Rotten in Kislev
- 5: Empire in Flames
WFRP 1E SORCERY [all-new]This new WFRP 1E Sorcery offer took its name from the magic supplement 15 years in the making, Realms of Sorcery. Heralded in the 1985 Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 1E core rulebook, Realms of Sorcery, by Ken and Jo Walton, finally saw print in 2001 from Hogshead Publishing. (A fragmentary draft by Ken Rolston had circulated earlier, but the published version bears no resemblance.)
There were three titles in this Sorcery offer’s Starter Collection (retail value $30), including Realms of Sorcery, the Warhammer Companion for WFRP 1E, and Apocrypha Now.
Phis offer’s aptly named Doomstones Collection added four scenarios (worth an additional $40) in the Doomstones campaign originally published in 1990: Doomstones 1: Fire in the Mountains, 2: Blood in Darkness, 3: Death Rock, and 4: Dwarf Wars.
Ten percent of each purchase (after gateway fees) of these two WFRP 1E offers went to the charity chosen by Cubicle 7 Entertainment owner Dominic McDowall, the CMRF Crumlin children’s hospital. CMRF (Children’s Medical Research Foundation) Crumlin is a pediatric research hospital in Dublin, Ireland. Each year 120,000 children attend Crumlin for critical care and support.