Various places of interest within the Old World that have been described in greater detail:
- Altdorf gossip – a 4-page recap of the finest gossip from the streets of the Empire's capital: DOC / PDF, courtesy of the Altdorf Correspondent, Spires of Altdorf (2/3 official WFRP2 campaign) and Liber Fanatica #3.
- Gangs of Altdorf – a 1-page guide to the 8 biggest gangs of Altdorf (Wharf Rats, Hooks, Stallions, Fish, Steelers, Dorfers, Loons, Medvedi), their influence, their leaders, their colours, organisation and activities) : DOC / PDF
- Altdorf other resources - MadAlfred's
indispensable guide to the city + Magnus'
fascinating blog as well as a
richly detailed & accurate map
- Middenheim - City of White Wolf (official WFRP1 sourcebook) + Ashes of Middenheim (1/3 official WFRP2 campaign) + Marc's superbly written fan-site (albeit 80 years into the future)
- Talabheim - Terror of Talabheim (official WFRP2 sourcebook) & 7-part series in the WFRP fanzine, Warpstone (#16-22)
- Bergsburg - the Bergsburg project (probably the best sourcebook ever created by the WFRP community)
- Marienburg - Sold Down the River (official WFRP1 sourcebook), a few articles in Warpstone (#9, #23 & #24), a few articles by Madalfred, the Marienburg Project (attempt to collate all official material previously published in White Dwarf into a single source) & very encouraging but long-dead fan-site
- A detailed map of Erengrad – despite its harsh winters and dour citizens, this old and smoky port city remains THE gateway into Kislev’s Translynsk. Scribed by Alexander Woitalla and annotated by my fair hand. The numbers correspond to the document below.
- The Rough Guide to Erengrad – brief descriptions of 40+ locations which are divided into Dens of Iniquity, Services, Inns, Districts and Others. Best viewed/printed with the Caslon Antique font.
- The Rich, Powerful & Interesting citizens of Erengrad – 47 different characters that move and shake this crumbling but influential port.
- Temujin Zamok – the imposing fortress that overlooks the northern approach to Erengrad. Ancestral residence of the Varangians, it was recently restored to Duke Nefedov, leader the Ilmen, after their liberation from 9 centuries of indenture in the silver mines of Ilmenhan.
- Gdov – a black & white sketch of a Verenan monastery north-west of Erengrad, recently overrun and ransacked by the Black Riders (a group of militant skomorrokhs leader by the unjustly-imprisoned and recently-freed Stanislav Myedyved)
- Schast – a huge glacial lake south-east of Erengrad. Home to ancient ruins and a tiny fishing village who celebrate the end of winter by burning a huge (dozens of feet high) statue fashioned from dried reeds.
- Okana – inside the great turquoise claw that dominates the head of Schast and grips the base of the nearby mountains
- Ilmenhan – the infamous silver mines north of Erengrad. Founded a millennia ago, some say by the elder race, and from which the Ilmen were recently liberated by the newly-crowned Prince Provorny (who subsequently enslaved and imprisoned there his marauding neighbours, the Ungols).
- The frozen plains – a bird’s eye view of the lands south of Erengrad, including the nearby fishing village of Nala, local farmsteads and a secluded Verenan monastery, the Klumpen Hermitage.
- A map of Wolfenburg – a
wonderful view of the capital of the Empire’s Ostland province.
Scribed by Ryan Wileman and scanned from
Tim Eccles’ exceedingly-good A Private War campaign.