The leading luminary in the field of prosthetics is, by his own declaration, Friedrich von Finklemann, late of Nuln. Amongst his triumphs was a clockwork hand that could open and close (proper timing during meals is essential) and a false leg for the leading lady of the Nuln Imperial Theatre, which nobody noticed until the day she died when it failed during an up-tempo dance routine.[1a]

Sadly, Von Finklemann's Rocket-Assisted Leaping Legs proved disastrously unsuccessful and Herr von Finklemann has felt obliged to relocate to someplace more out-of-the-way. Those who wish to make use of his services may find rumours of his latest inventions appearing in the streets of Ubersreik.[1a]

His most famous innovation is certainly Von Finklemann’s Fantabulous Finger-Gun, several copies of which have been made. Sadly, even this wondrous device is marred by tragedy, as one worn by the absent-minded Graf Thomas von Grunhoven was left loaded during a formal ball and discharged directly into the chest of his cousin and rival, Gregor von Grunhoven, during introductions and salutations. Gregor was killed instantly, leaving a wealthy widow who fortunately was soon wed by Graf Thomas.[1a]


  • 1: Warhammer Fantasy RPG 3rd ED -- The Book of Blood
    • 1a: pg. 13

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