What would WFRP be without handouts? So in keeping with its fine scholarly roots, herein lie documents that help provide immersion, entertainment and even clues. Each should be carefully considered as they’ll undoubtedly require some editing to fit within your game. Thereafter simply print and handout them to your players!
- Descriptions of test modifiers & their results – a series of strips that recap the descriptions of test modifiers as well as the test results. Designed to be printed, cut-out and stuck on character sheets to help players remember. DOC / PDF
- Movement rates recaps – a handout that summarises the main movement rates, basic movement rules & scale for use with 28mm miniatures. DOC / PDF
- A humble treatise of various sects within cults Ulric & Sigmar – a 2-page handout that reviews the main sects within the cults Ulric and Sigmar (for use with the Empire at War campaign). DOC / PDF
- Guide to Friedwang Bezirk – a 1-page guide to this small, quiet but learned district of Altdorf (courtesy of the Altdorf Correspondent). DOC / PDF
- Guide to Universitat Bezirk – a 1-page guide to the sprawling, riotous and eccentric district that houses Altdorf's University (courtesy of the Altdorf Correspondent). DOC / PDF
- Guide to Altdorf Universitat – a 1-page guide to one of the oldest and most distinguished centres of learning in the Empire (courtesy of Liber Fanatica 4). DOC / PDF
- Various promissory notes – several examples of high-value letters written by the newly-formed merchant bankers (semi-realistic). Essentially a document for the exchange of funds. Installation of the Brush font is recommended.
- Being an honest summation of Viatik runes – a page that resumes a Sigmarite scholar’s tireless efforts to translate the runic scribing of a long-forgotten tribe of fishermen who lived around the glacial lake of Schast, east of Erengrad. Installation of the Anglo-Saxon Runes and Folkard fonts is recommended.
- Letter of Marque – an example of a much-sought after warrant that allows privateers (private fighting ships) to engage, capture or sink enemy vessels on the high seas without fear of being pursued for piracy (semi-realistic).
- Magical Licence – an example of a highly-valued certificate that permits its owner to practice the art of magick, albeit under a tightly regulated code of conduct and within the realms of the Empire without fear of persecution for witchcraft. Installation of the Black Chancery font is recommended.
- Ye Most Common Imprints – a graphical summary of the main animal tracks of the Empire. Written as a hand-out for players whose personal knowledge of tracking is limited yet their characters are supposed experts (semi-realistic).
Treatise on the Fantastical Creatures of the lands of Kislev –
a 2-page extract of an ancient treaty written by Verenan chroniclers
following their arrival in the lands of Kislev. Includes fabulous
woodcuts. Installation of the Blackadder
font is recommended.
- Legends of the Ilemn
& other folklore from western Kislev – extracts from a
treatise written by a Verenan scholar in Erengrad during the 24th
century of the Imperial calendar. Includes fabulous woodcuts.
Installation of the Kunstler
Script font is recommended
- Sites of mystical
interest in Kislev – similar excerpts but this time on the
local sites of Gdov, Schast and Okana. Also accompanied by
terrifying woodcuts, the installation of the Lucida
Calligraphy font is recommended.
- Northern pagan practices,
ceremonies and their origins – yet another report by the
curious Imperial academic on local customs particularly indigenous
spiritual beliefs. Again it includes disturbing woodcuts. The
installation of the Chiller
font is recommended.
- Forest Law – a poster declaring the main points of the law within a forest, where a forest is defined as woodland belonging to a nobleman (semi-realistic?). PCs will most likely encounter this nailed to a tree at the entrance to woodland. Despite minor edits, full credit goes to Timothy Eccles and his most-excellent A Private War campaign. Installation of the Black Chancery font is recommended.