WFRP: a look at the history of the game

Here’s a tip of the hat to the splendid site known as Kalevalahammer. Jackdays mantains many interesting projects, and one is to list some of the history of Warhammer.
Click here for history!
I haven’t checked it for accuracy, but knowing Jackdays there are good odds of it being spot on accurate. It would be cool if we could get stuff like the WFRP mailing list, launches of prominent fan sites and the publication of individual issues of Warpstone in there too!

FAL Tip: Cool links (3)

I stumbled on this link the other day. It’s a page of illustrations from japanese childrens’ books, depiciting monsters of all kinds. While they are decidedly asian in theme I found that several of them could easily be reimagined to fit the WFRP world.

Japanese monsters galore!

WFRP: A counterpoint review of WFRPv3 at

Idle trawling of the web for information and reactions to the latest offering of WFRP from FFG turned up a few reviews. This one is a counterpoint to the largely positive review I posted yesterday.

Dan DeFazio’s capsule review of WFRPv3.

I feel that this review is not as well thought out as the previous one, and when it comes to looking at the setting the reviewer compares WFRPv3 to WFRPv1 as if WFRPv2 didn’t exist, instead of noting that v3 actually is a step back from the heavier WFB influences that informed the design of v2.

Still, it is an honest review, and the reviewer clearly states that he prefers WFRPv1, and for that no one can fault him.