13Feb/19Off

Rough Nights & Hard Days offers five interlinked scenarios for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay written by series veteran, Graeme Davis. These can be played as stand-alone adventures, or combined into an epic five-part campaign, where the Characters become embroiled in a bitter dispute between two of the Empire’s quarrelling noble houses. Rough Nights & Hard Days also introduces an entirely new playable species, and presents a variety of pub games to amuse and confuse players.

Rough Nights & Hard Days Includes: 

  • A Rough Night at the Three Feathers: a quiet evening at the riverside inn becomes very eventful indeed.
  • A Day at the Trails: a much-awaited trial-by-combat becomes memorable for all the wrong reasons.
  • A Night at The Opera: an evening of cultured opera descends into farce and horror.
  • Nastassia’s Wedding: a celebrated society wedding does not go according to plan.
  • Lord of Ubersreik: competing factions gather for a ball that quickly becomes a battlefield.
  • Pub Games: one learns of the many pleasant pastimes of which one can partake in the local tavern.
  • Gnomes: a mysterious, new playable-species is added to Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay.

Rough Nights & Hard Days is the perfect addition to any game of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay as it can be used to start a new campaign, to support the design of exciting locations, or to enhance an ongoing story with exciting new adventures and rules.

 

Rough Nights & Hard Days is expected in Quarter 2 2019.

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10Feb/19Off
Attention all Origins and Gen Con Attendees! Cubicle 7 Entertainment is looking for GMs!
 
Cubicle 7 are offering some excellent rewards to enthusiastic GM's who want to become part of the Cubicle 7 Team by assisting us in running games at:
  • GenCon: 1 – 4 August, Indianapolis, USA
  • Origins: 12 – 16 June 19, Columbus, OH, USA
What's in it for you we hear you ask?
  • You get to be part of the action and gain excellent experience working with the C7 team at the best US conventions!
  • If you assist for 12 hours at origins or 16 hours at GenCon you will receive: an event badge, free Cubicle 7 PDF's of all the games you run and a Cubicle 7 GM Swag Bag. The bag will include exclusive branded merch such as a C7 T-shirt, pencils, erasers etc.
  • Assist for 20 hours+ (at either event) and you will receive an event badge, free Cubicle 7 PDF's and an Elite GM Swag Bag, to include C7 T-shirt, pencils, erasers + an Elite GM Pin and an exclusive branded C7 gift
  • The hours will be divided between Demo and Trad Events

PLUS we will announce one Grand Master GM at each convention! This GM will be chosen via participants feedback and will receive a very limited edition C7 medal and additional perks.

We're mixing things up this year. We plan on offering two different events:
  • Demo Events:  these will take place during dealer hall time (2 hour sessions back to back from 9am to 5pm). They are lean and mean, designed to highlight and showcase aspects of the RPG that we want to impress on the players. These are for 4 players only.
  • Trad(itional) Events: Trad events will only be run from 8pm-12am in the evenings and will provide a more traditional experience (for any con GM vets; Trad events are what we've typically run in the past).These will accommodate 6 players.
We will be running events for
  • Adventures in Middle-Earth™
  • Doctor Who
  • The One Ring
  • Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. 
If you're interested, please contact donnak@cubicle7games.com before Feb 15th with your details and:
  • Which event you are interested in
  • Info on events you have GM-ed at previously
  • Preference for games (we will accommodate where possible)
  • Any other RPG related info you think might help!

Thanks!

 

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6Feb/19Off

Next week we will be previewing Warhammer Rough Gnights & Hard Days. So, to get you all ready for that, why gnot take a look at this...

 

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4Feb/19Off

This week we twisted T.S. Luikart's arm to share his backstory and love of RPGs. In case you missed it, T.S. also chatted to the Old world Podcast recently about Warhammer: http://oldworldpodcast.com/index.php/2019/01/23/013/. If you plan on attending GenCon or Origins this year be sure to stop by and say hello to T.S.

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It’s 3 a.m. on a school night and I’m staring, wide-eyed, at my startled Father, who stands, blurry-eyed, in my doorway. I’m in mid-jump, fine form, leaping up and down on my bed, yelling “Rohan! Rohan!” for the horns of the North were wildly blowing about dark Mindolluin’s sides and Rohan had come at last. My Father’s gaze dropped from mine to the copy of The Return of the King clutched tightly in my hands. He smiled slowly and shook his head. “It’s way past time for bed, Son.”

I was 7.

My name is T.S. Luikart and while that night may not have cemented my destiny, it’s no coincidence I wrote large parts of The One Ring’s The Horse-Lords of Rohanmany years after. I have been a roleplaying game designer for 26 years, a few highlights of which include Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 2nd Edition, Dark Heresy, the Dragon Age RPGfrom Green Ronin, Eclipse Phase, Tenra Bansho Zero, Golden Sky StoriesandShadow of the Demon Lordbefore coming to work for Cubicle 7 full time.

These days, I juggle a bit of global freight, help sort out customer orders and, oh yeah, write for The One Ring, Adventures in Middle-Earth, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4thEdition (because working on one edition was just not enough), and the forthcoming Age of Sigmar Roleplaying Game. My job, in the end, is to serve as rigger, mummer, propmaster, and sage, so that you and yours can have your golden hours to roar across the stage, playing heroes, tyrants, and everything between. I’m very proud of the work we did on the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Starter Set (I think it’s the greatest WFRP supplement I’ve worked on… so far) and can’t wait till you all have physical copies to play with!

As for me, I’m happily married with kids, the youngest of which turned 18 not too long ago here. I’ve been a GW miniatures fan for a long time indeed, and use painting as a way to relax. As I write this, some of my favourite Jes Goodwin Chaos champions are winking at me from a nearby shelf, and on the work bench is the start of a big project - my Mechanicum Questoris Knight Magaera. Her name is Fulmen Vult– a rough translation of which from the High Gothic might be “The Lightning Wills it”.

T.S. Luikart

 

 

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30Jan/19Off

The WFRP4 Errata addresses errors in the text of the core rule book, click here: WFRP Errata or on the image below to download. While it is essentially complete, we may update it slightly over the coming months. We have no plans to include the errata in any hard copies at present and we have also added it to DriveThruRPG for those who wish to download it there.

A future Q&A will address applications of the rules, and answer  specific questions with examples. We will update here and on social media once we have a definite date for this.

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28Jan/19Off

This week we want to introduce you to one of Cubicle 7's writers, Ben Scerri. As the team at Cubicle 7 expands we want to share news and updates from our writers, producers, editors, artists and more to give you an insight into how our games are developed and who's involved. 

Hey folks! My name's Ben Scerri, and I write for Cubicle 7, tinkering away in the word mines to bring you new WFRP content. I've been involved in the Warhammer world since I was a kid, and learned to read with gusto so that I could soak in as many roleplaying games and gamebooks as I could get my tiny hands on. I started my Warhammer Fantasy Battles journey with Dark Elves, and went on to collect Dwarfs, and Orcs and Goblins later on. I also played a lot of Warhammer 40,000, where Craftworld Eldar and Salamanders Spacemarines were my flavour of choice.

Since then, I've been writing small roleplaying games and fan supplements for my favourite games, in between running at least one weekly campaign in my spare time. When not talking, thinking, or writing about Warhammer, I’m likely reading, hiking, sculpting, book binding, carving, or cooking. Pretty much any activity where I can make something with my hands is what I want to be doing, or failing that, learning about / searching for new materials to work with.

I’m overjoyed to be working with Cubicle 7, and getting my hands dirty with Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4th Edition. Thus far, my proudest work for Cubicle 7 has been Adventure Afoot in the Reikland, as I loved putting so many untold stories into the Old World. I'm excited to hear what folks do with them. I'm also very excited for some of the content that's not yet ready for release... But more on that later!

 

 

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23Jan/19Off
We have updated the Warhammer Starter Set PDF on DriveThruRPG, if you have purchased this title previously, you should have received an email update recently, if you have not, do check your spam folders. It has now gone to print and we will update in relation to shipping as soon as we know more. Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter for news and updates!
Details below will allow you to choose which updates to download. This new update also includes a Read First Page.
List of Updates
A Guide to Ubersreik: 16 changes, all minor typographical changes
Adventure book: 23 changes including a significant update to Unions & Reunions (page 43), a minor updates to The Markplatz Riot (page 8), and minor changes to the Advantage example (page 9).
Gamemasters Maps: Duchy map has many minor amendments.
Gatefold Characters Sheets (and single page sheets): 53 changes, including a handful of typographical issues, minor changes to Salundra, and significant changes to Mollrella and Else.
Handouts: 4 changes, all minor typographical changes.
Introduction to the Empire: No changes
Player Maps: No changes
Read This First: Added to the file.
Reference Sheet 1: No changes
Reference Sheet 2: 7 changes, all minor typographical issues except a change to the Advantage example.
Reference Sheet 3: 2 changes, both minor typographical changes.
If you wish to purchase the completed PDF you can find it here: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/261941/Warhammer-Fantasy-Roleplay-Fourth-Edition-Starter-Set?src=hottest_filtered
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21Jan/19Off

Are you an avid Tabletop RPG fan with a few minutes to spare? We'd really appreciate you taking the time to fill in this short & anonymous Cubicle 7 survey. All feedback helps us to improve our service. You opinions are important to us and we plan to run a series of these over the next few months.

New to our blog and Cubicle 7? Welcome!

Cubicle 7 make clever games for awesome people. We're the creative team behind The One Ring Roleplaying Game, Adventures in Middle-earth™, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition, The Doctor Who Card Game, The Doctor Who RPG, and many more. 2019 promises to be an exciting year with lots of new releases including the Age of Sigmar Roleplaying Game.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cubicle7
Our Store: http://shop.cubicle7store.com
Find us on DrivethruRPG here: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/…/…/Cubicle-7-Entertainment-Ltd
And you will find our games in many local games stores!

Click here for our quick survey:

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21Jan/19Off

Howdy folks,

My name is Emmet Byrne, I’m the Producer for Age of Sigmar, Adventures in Middle-earth and The One Ring here at Cubicle 7.

We’ve been a bit quiet on news for the Age of Sigmar Roleplaying Game (AoSRPG if you’re fancy), so I wanted to let everyone know we are working on it steadily behind the scenes. While I can’t give away too much now, I will have some big news to share in the coming weeks.

What I can say is that the AoSRPG will have a brand new rules system built from the ground up to reflect roleplaying in the Mortal Realms. The system uses d6 dice pools and players will choose from Archetypes during character creation. One of our key goals is to make the system accessible to new players so we have built "Archetypes" to choose from during character creation. These give you more focused starting options in order to make it less daunting for new players, but after that the game opens up completely as you explore and advance. We’ll be starting with the forces of Order, but we have plans for more "unconventional" heroes in future products.

All updates will be posted here on our blog, on Cubicle 7's platforms and you can also find me on twitter @Emmetation where I share some of my wandering thoughts as we write and develop the game. The folks on the Ratcatcher’s Guild (the Warhammer Fantasy Discord) have also been kind enough to create the "aosrpg" room for us in there.

All the best

Emmet

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18Jan/19Off

We have just added the Game Master and Player Maps to the Starter Set, with the pre-gens and other small edits to follow next week.

With this final piece of the puzzle finished we can focus on getting the set printed! We will update in relation to shipping as soon as we know more.

Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter for news and updates!

 

 

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