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Title says it all! Share your favourite articles from the Wiki, or ones that you’re currently reading and/or interested in! :D
(edited by Hyberius)
I’ve read somewhere that the Norscan followers of Khorne believe in an Afterlife not unlike that of Valhalla, what is the name of such a place or is it merely the killing fields in the Realm of Khorne?
So far the only ones I’ve come across are fan made so I wanted to know if it’s out there or have the Arabyans always been a mercenary faction insofar as the table top is concerned?
I wanna learn all the lore, ex-star wars fan, not shy of deep lore. Just need to know a place to start (:
(edited by Abodaboodoo)
For example, how a general plans to attack an enemy fortress or defend from an attacking enemy force?
I need to come up with a reason for one of the characters in my story to receive a Sword of Battle and the Armour of Meteoric Iron as a reward.
Hi guys, I was thinking if is possible for a non-mod user to create a template. I created this by taking the knightly order as a structure but it dosen't work.
|image = [[File:Capture2342342.jpg|thumb|251px|Braganza's Besiegers]]
|Captain = Luka Braganza
|Motto = Invincibility at No Extra Charge!
|Battle-cry = Borgio!
|Appearance = The Besiegers wear full-plate armour in the exotic Miragliano style, and carry a large pavise on a back-strap.
|Equipment = Hand weapon, crossbow, full plate armour and pavise. Luca Braganza is equipped with a hand weapon, pistol, crossbow and full plate armour.
|For Hire = Anyone exept the Skaven}}
A reward for who finds the way!
(edited by SniperAiden)
I can't help but wonder if Hedge Wizards or Elementalists had ever been playable in the tabletop wargame.
Hi there, I’m kinda sure that in some former edition of WHF RPG, it was possible to choose and start a character career as a « Norse Berserker ». I guess it was before the whole Norsca civilization was retconned as completely chaotic. Does someone remember which edition it was, and some details about the career? Cheers!
App seems to have lost all it's articles, assumed it would be fixed but it seems a permanent change. Anyone know why
Aside from the obvious being stated in the History of the Lizardmen, what was the world like before the Old Ones came?
It is said that the world was covered in thick sheets of ice but is it possible that either A) It was covered in ice in the poles and that in the equator, it was warmer and more tropical?
Or that B) The Ice Age that the world was in when the Old Ones came was just the most recent the world has been through before the Old Ones. That could mean that the world before the Old Ones has gone through a changing shift from Ice Age to Tropical Paradise that occurs once every millennia or something. This is idea is similar to that of the world of Game of Thrones where seasons there can span for years.
Would of these scenarios possible in the Warhammer world before the Old Ones?
In the History section of the Sword of Khaine page, there is mention of an Eldanesh. It appears he is a character in 40k, but do any of you happen to know where his lore comes from in fantasy? (the page does not cite a source)
Why's that? Using phone app version.
Whenever i open an article, i get an error message simply says that it cannot open.
(edited by Frolof)
So I’m a huge Warhammer 40k fan I have read so many books and played games and have minis it’s my favourite shit, I’m playing through Vermintide 2 and It’s got me interested in sigmar and just everything and idk where to start. Help?
Where did "your own bit of dirt" thread go? The one about the border princes.
If every clan fought each other who do you think would come out on top and why.
(edited by Jonathan Newton)
Does anyone have a idea who the oldest skaven is I know they usually don't live that long, but I also know some live quite long becuase of magic and stuff.
(edited by Jonathan Newton)
I was comparing my 1986 WFRP hardcover editions to the newly released cubicle seven 4th edition and noticed their was a disrcrepency between my two first edition copies. On the back, the barcode and product numbers are different. Does anyone know what the printing history is for the first edition rules?
(edited by Oldewolfe)
In the Core rulebook for WFRP 2nd Edition there is a note in the Navigator Career (page 78) that says "since there are no compasses in the world, all ships employ a skilled navigator".
Is this an error in the book or has there been some clarification of this somewhere else? There seems to be no information regarding this in any of the related books but compasses are mentioned in passing in other context (e.g. Inn names). Has this odd line been corrected by an erreta - or has any other published material expanded on this to suggst why this might be the case?
(edited by Tycokaine)