Warhammer Fantasy General: Chamon Edition
Talk about all Warhammer Fantasy products and lore. Please be courteous and try to limit your End Times fluff discussion since its mostly seen as just the start of Age of Sigmar.
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1d4chan.org/wiki/The_End_Times (Compilation of all the End Times changes)
1d4chan.org/wiki/Category:Warhammer_Fantasy (All pages marked WF on the /tg/ wiki)
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I want to run a WHFRP set in Stirland, since it seems like it's a good setting 'cause I'd be able to get the best of both the Empire and Sylvania going on. Spooky and rural, but not *too* spooky and rural.
Other than Heirs of Sigmar, are there any books with info on it? Like a lot of the armybooks for the Empire show a 'Blighted Towers' or some such on the maps in Stirland, but none of them, neither Heirs of Sigmar, say what the fuck that is.
we should have waited a bit more, I say, it's not like page number means shit with catalog and search function.
What are half-dragons like in your game?
Do you think you'll live long enough to see an edition of D&D where dual wielding is good?
> ARCHIVE: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=GuP:LGA2%20Quest
> Sunday, July 5th, 2015
THE RULES: http://pastebin.com/BEsprkBZ
THE TANK: http://pastebin.com/sJsgig6B
THE DIVISIONS: http://pastebin.com/xCQZAdqU
THE SHOP: http://pastebin.com/v6xeDRXj
You open your eyes, groaning in a bit of phantom pain. Last night was mostly spent on your riding lessons with Carolina Greene. She was surprisingly understanding about the whole “never having ridden a horse before” thing. But still, your butt hurt from Lang’s bucking around and movement. Even with the saddle on, it was a nightmare.
But hey, you know how to ride a horse! Yeah, fuck yeah…
You open your eyes further. Nope, you’re not in your room, you’re in the stable that the George Washington girls built for you (surprisingly quickly and efficiently.) It was a little ways down the road from the Tankery HQ, and currently only housing Lang.
Ugh, the smell. You turn your head to see the straw you were lying on. You must have fell asleep and they just left you. Fine, forget about it. Maybe-
You look down to see Denise sleeping on you, her face buried in your breasts. She purrs gently, clutching you like a teddy bear. Uh… “Denise,” you call. She smiles, further cozying up into your chest. “Denise. Get off.” She opens her eyes, squeaking a bit at being woken up. She yawns, sitting up and throwing her arms up in a stretch.
“Auugh! Sorry, Elodie!” She rubs her eyes, a bit tired. She immediately plops her face between your breasts again. “Aaaah.” Your eyebrow twitches. “So, do you need me to drive you to work today?”
> “No.” (TAKE VACATION DAY: 5)
Spoiler artbook made me want to find Liliana more, and I did! Monday official show, I think it is useful that some files early that I found today!
Unhappy she is not better than veil form. Good art is cool and foil will be nice.
Welcome everyone, new and old players alike! This is Tundra civ, a civ thread series in which we've gone from stone age farmers in the tundra to space explorers!
You play as the rulers of the White Republic, one of the human nations from the planet Terra Nova.
Previously on Tundra civ:
Terra Nova's four space-colonising alliances have started spreading out into nearby star systems. We're currently terraforming the nearby red planet, Argosa II, while settlement continues on the forest planet Juniper I.
The four alliances met in Kayans and set upon a system of rules - whoever first settles a planet or moon gets to keep all rights to it. Space colonization is expensive and we've only been doing it for 7 years now, so our current strategy is to survey promising systems and focus on claiming the most suitable planets first.
>Population:253 000 000 (84% white, 12 % chink, 2%darkskin,2% pacharnati)
>Continents:Aymsland:70% Eyerdar:11% Veita 9%, Ocras 10%
>Colonials:Argosa II - 40 000 Juniper I - 25 000
>Trade and services:10/10
>B.Culture & Religion
>F.Government & Laws
>G.Research & Development
>H.Diplomacy & War
Working on the star maps now, will probably be starting the threads with them from now on.
All hail to Alarielle's feet edition
>Point system pdf for matched game
>Thx, Based Leaker!
Queek shall rise again.
Hail to the King.
Not if I have anything to say about it, faggot.
If you do, it's because I allowed it.
Your party has made it's way to the BBEG's lair/throne/castle/mcguffin.
You confront the evil mastermind/monster/ruler/mcguffin, and initiate a bloody brawl.
As you roll to hit, you score a Nat 20. You confirm the crit. What one-liner does your character throw out, /tg/?
>You're wide open!
Is it better to be a Paladin or a Fighter in DnD 5e?
I just want to wreck shit every day.
When was the last time your PC got fucked because you made a decision in-character?
Hard mode: no self sacrifice.
Should students be denied admission to school because they pinged evil under a detection spell?
Now, I know it's not the most popular opinion, but what if these are actually the good guys?
Hear me out.
>care only for humanity, liable to hate and purge xenos far more than Imperial forces do. Just look at how they've taken the fight to the Eldar while most Imperium forces just ignore the threat.
>Adapted to survive and thrive in an environment that is anathema to most xenos
>able to channel this environment to fight these xenos even better than Imperial forces
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>Dragons are now attracted to old people
>They regularly kidnap them to be never seen again
How does this affect your setting, /tg/?
Everyone just sorta assumes the dragons are eating them. Most people wont work after 30 because any older and there's no retirement to enjoy. Without old people valuable skills are never passed on and technology stagnates. The few master craftsmen left are those born as prodigies, there isn't enough time for people to work their way up to that level anymore.
Who are your favourite villains / what ideas do you have for cool villains?
Apart from D&D, what are some must-have RPGs that a well-rounded roleplayer should play - or at least read - to have a good understanding of the world of RPGs?
In other words, what games would you include in a "RPGs 101" college course?
Pic for your question and let's forget about this thread even existing
Plus Bowie is dead and Conelly is older than he was back then