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Ubersreik Adventures: If Looks Could Kill

We’re delighted that the WFRP release is underway, with copies already in European shops, and stores everywhere else in the world getting their stock in time for release on 12th December.

To celebrate, we have released a FREE adventure that you can download right now! We’d like to introduce the first of our Ubersreik Adventures: If Looks Could Kill.

Legends claim the Beast of Ortschlamm stalked the marshes near Ubersreik for centuries. But few believe it…

When the adventurers agree to help Rutger Reuter, a charismatic, young merchant from Ubersreik, little do they realise what’s in store. What starts as a simple job guarding building supplies, soon turns to tragedy, horror, and murder. The Characters will not only need their wits about them to negotiate the double-dealing camp of Reuter and his business partners, but also the Beast they have unwittingly stirred…

Ubersreik Adventures: If Looks Could Kill, written by WFRP veteran Dave Allen, is designed with beginner Characters in mind, and concludes in the fortress-town Ubersreik, where the Characters’ adventures can continue with the WFRP Starter Set.

The adventure is available now and can be downloaded for free! https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/259270/WFRP-Ubersreik-Adventures--If-Looks-Could-Kill?affiliate_id=169435

And, yes, it’s the first of the Ubersreik Adventures. We’ll discuss the next of these in later posts.

We hope you enjoy the adventure as much as we have. Our favourite part contains the words, ‘stabbing pains and terrible eruptions’. You’ll understand why when you read it…

WFRP Character Sheet

Also, to help build Characters to play through the adventure, we’ve posted the Character Sheet online for you to download and print as required https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/259268/Warhammer-Fantasy-Roleplay-Fourth-Edition-Character-Sheet?affiliate_id=169435

Next week we’ll be presenting our second free adventure, this time a classic. It offers a night that no one will ever forget…

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