Another busy month has come to a close so we have rounded up all of our top picks and highlights from August to share. From the release of Redacted Records for Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory, blog posts for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and a look at what’s coming for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, there’s plenty of Warhammer to catch up on!
We’ve got an amazing sale on our webstore, with 20% off the physical Core Rulebooks for Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory and Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound. This offer includes a PDF copy.
There is also 20% off 30 PDF only products on our webstore! And we are delighted to confirm that PDF only products bought directly from our webstore now include a DrivethruRPG link!
Shop the Sale here.
We released a new Free PDF adventure for Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game Second Edition. The Einstein Engine is available now and we shared more on Victoriana.
September will see the release of some new titles so be sure to keep an eye on our blog and social media channels.
Redacted Records Out Now
A few weeks ago we released the much anticipated Redacted Records for Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory!
Explore the space hulks of the Gilead System — huge, drifting masses of ships welded together by gravity and the flames of the Warp, and home to hazard and opportunity in equal measure. Redacted Records I takes Wrath & Glory games away from the relative safety of the Gilead System’s planets and out into the depths of the Void to face unimaginable danger.
REDACTED RECORDS INCLUDES:
- Insight into the diverse and terrifying space hulks of the Gilead System, from the Chaos-touched Caveat Emptor to the Genestealer-infested Dominus Vobiscum and the Orkish battleground designated 717.366s/031.652j.
- Rules and tables to generate your own space hulk, including areas, occupants, events, and salvage.
- New Frameworks for Agents from all branches of the Imperium, including the elite Adeptus Astra Telepathica.
- Dozens of new Talents to enrich your Wrath & Glory games.
- Reports on the strange Servitor patterns of the Gilead System, including the corrupted butcher-servitors of the Abattoir of the Luminous Emperor.
- Dossiers on some of the sinister cults of Avachrus and Nethreus, to further imperil your Agents.
Pre-Order the physical copy here (includes PDF)
Buy the PDF Only on our webstore here
Buy the PDF Only on DrivethruRPG here
AoS: Soulbound – Return to the Laboratory
Cubicle 7 developer Elaine Lithgow shared another great article on recent release Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound Steam and Steel earlier this month.
Steam and Steel gives players and GMs a host of new items and gear to use in their games, including a suit of steam-piston powered plate mail, a magmapike that lets you shoot molten-hot magma at your enemies, and an aether-powered cogmunculus companion to assist you in your adventures.
Pre-Order Steam and Steel here (includes PDF)
Buy the PDF only on our webstore here.
Buy the PDF only on DrivethruRPG here.
AoS: Steam & Steel – Updated Files
We’ve also just updated the files for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound – Steam and Steel. Thanks to all who contributed to the errata.
The update to the PDF files includes:
- Minor typos corrected
- Minor graphical adjustments
- Page 32: Armour Aspects table updated to correct Traits
- Page 44: Text was hidden by boxout. This is now corrected
- Page 45: “Help” rows were mislabelled and “Hurt” rows were missing. This is now corrected.
- Page 66: Zharrgron Flame-spitter range corrected to Long. Clarification that the Zharrgron Flame-spitter moves with you when you move.
Soulbound – What’s Next?
Wondering what’s next for Warhammer Age of Sigmar Soulbound? Since Soulbound launched in May of last year, we have released a tonne of content, including the GM Screen, Starter Set, Champions of Order, Bestiary, Shadows in the Mist, and Steam and Steel. We’ve also released plenty of PDFs, such as Fateful Night, Trouble Brewing, Streets of Brightspear, Doomed Lands, Refuges of the Realms, Through Fire and Smoke, and Stars and Scales.
Recently on our blog, Emmet Byrne discussed what is coming next for Soulbound, and shared some very exciting new titles such as Ulfenkarn: City at the Edge of Death!
Continue Reading here.
WFRP: Folk and Folklore Part 7 & 8
Empire in Ruins, the fifth and final dramatic adventure in Cubicle 7’s Director’s Cut of The Enemy Within Campaign is coming soon. Stay tuned for more updates on its release. Until then, check out the latest two intriguing blog posts from Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Developer Dave Allen.
Find out more on The Madcraw Clan’s Dreams and depredations in this week’s post here. There are a great many Orc and Goblin tribes haunting the Black Mountain Range to the south of the Empire. They tend to be small and disorganised, for any tribe that grows strong in the area soon comes into conflict with the Dwarfs of Karak Hirn and Karak Angazhar, who do not suffer Orcs and Goblins to thrive in their vicinity.
In another post shared earlier in August Dave discussed the Holzkrug dynasty – one of the Reikland’s most celebrated noble lines. They have held estates in the province since the reign of Dieter III, being granted hereditary tenure of their foremost domain in 1650 IC. It is reported that the family had performed significant favours for Dieter in suppressing the unrest that followed his imposition of the Missing Ear Tax.
Continue reading here.
Check out all the titles available to order for the Enemy Within Campaign here.
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Doctor Who: Free Adventure Out Now!
The Einstein Engine is a new adventure for Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game Second Edition, written by Graham Tugwell. This 22-page PDF release is free, designed to give Gamemasters an exciting adventure to get them started with the brand new edition of the award-winning Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game.
Compatible with the first edition of the game, the adventure takes the characters from the Australian Outback of the 80s, to Peru in the far future, as they try to unlock the secrets of The Einstein Engine.
Download the FREE PDF from our web store here.
Download the FREE PDF from our DrivethruRPG here.
Meet the Team – Cat Evans
The Cubicle 7 team has continued to grow throughout 2021 — with twenty-seven permanent staff and many more freelancers, writers, artists, designers, editors, and support staff all around the world! In our Meet the Team posts we share insights from new team members to give you a peek behind the curtain at just what goes into making our games. Recently Cat Evans discussed working on Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory and Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound.
Meet the Team – David F. Chapman
Last week we shared a new Meet the Team post from David F. Chapman who works on our Doctor Who line.
It seems strange to be asked to write a ‘Meet the Team’ blog post as I’m still a relative newbie to the Cubicle 7 team, though my time working with the company stretches back through the Time Vortex to the very early days.
Before Cubicle 7, I started trying to get into writing for tabletop games back in the late 1980s, sending typed manuscripts to West End Games for their fantastic Ghostbusters RPG. However, it wasn’t until the early 2000’s that I finally got my foot in the door working on a handful of projects for Eden Studios, including Terra Primate, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Army of Darkness, and eventually revamping the Conspiracy X line to a second edition.
Continue reading here.
Victoriana for 5e: Why the 5e Rules and What Changes are We Making?
We announced Victoriana for 5e a while back and now we’d like to share more on our exciting plans! So, why 5e? Simply put, it’s been eight years since Victoriana’s third edition was released and there’s a whole new generation of gamers who may have never heard of Victoriana. We wanted to make this RPG immediately accessible to them and others by using familiar mechanics that allow players to quickly delve into Victoriana’s awesome setting! As long-time fans will note (and I count myself amongst them, having picked up the first edition when it was on the ‘new rack’ at my FLGS!), Victoriana has always been more about its setting than its mechanics. In fact, no two editions of Victoriana have ever used the same rules!