Catch up on all of our recent news below!
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound GM Screen PDF Out Now!
The PDF for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound GM Screen is now complete! If you have already pre-ordered the GM screen, you won’t need to do anything – you will automatically receive a link to download the PDF.
If you wish to pre-order the physical copy of GM Screen now, you can do that here and receive the PDF straight away!
The Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound Gamemaster’s Screen presents a helpful summary of the most important rules for playing Soulbound. With stunning artwork created by renowned Warhammer artist Johan Grenier on one side, and tables, charts, and quick references on the other, the Gamemaster Screen is the perfect accessory for any Soulbound GM.
Accompanying the screen is Cities of Flame – a 36 page adventure supplement featuring 25 one-page adventures set across five major Cities of Sigmar.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, Shadows in the Mist
Last week we shared the cover art for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, Shadows in the Mist – the first major campaign for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound. Shadows in the Mist will be available for pre-order in Q3 2020.
Venture into the deadly mist shrouded streets of Anvilgard in the first ever campaign for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, and uncover the truth of the mysterious organisation known as the Blackscale Coil that has a stranglehold on the city. But the Coil is not all there is to worry about – an even greater threat lurks in the mist…
Shadows in the Mist contains a 30 page guide to Anvilgard and six adventures. When you pre-order the hardcopy of Shadows in the Mist, you will receive the Anvilgard City Guide and the first adventure, Blood Tide, immediately. The following adventures will release every month, and you’ll receive the PDF as soon as it is available.
WFRP Death on the Reik Update
Thank you all so much for your excitement and enthusiasm for the Enemy Within Campaign and Death on the Reik. We appreciate your patience while we’re getting the last few parts polished for release – the PDF should be released this month. We understand that the wait is frustrating, especially when we’ve passed anticipated release dates, so we wanted to give you more detail about the process.
A few weeks ago we got our first look at the draft layout and noticed some areas that required additional illustrations to complement the text. As you know, we put a lot of effort and resources into the illustration and graphic design of our books. We all take in information in a range of ways, and evocative illustrations are an important part of communicating the look and feel of the worlds we present. Having said that, we also have to balance the amount of artwork it is possible to present.
So, after that initial review we decided that there were a few dramatic key scenes and interesting NPCs that needed more attention, so we commissioned our artists to create new artwork. Death on the Reik is a broad ranging, complex adventure, and the GM needs to recall the machinations of a lot of NPCs. With this in mind, our design team made additional improvements to how information was presented, with the aim of achieving clearer comprehension overall. We felt that the result would be worth the extra time. We hugely appreciate everyone’s support and the faith that you have shown in the C7 team to do this right, and that guides our decision making when we need to make calls like this. After all, it’s The Enemy Within, and we want to make sure we do it right!
Read the full update here.
Wrath & Glory 40k Art – Stefan Ristic
‘Stories are a HUGE part of my life, digging through those core books for art, I stayed for the text, which inspired me to make more stories and become a GM to a group of friends.’
When producer Zak Dale-Clutterbuck first discovered Stefan Ristic’s artwork, he knew he’d found a perfect match to join the brilliant creative team on Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory. Two months later and the artwork Stefan has created is exceptional, adding an extra layer of impact and drama to Wrath & Glory.
I remember it like it was yesterday: the first time I saw Paul Dainton’s, Karl Kopinski’s and Adrian Smith’s amazing art in a limited edition Warhammer 40,000 Calendar 2005. Slack-jawed at art that amazing — I wanted to create some of my own. Bear in mind, online drawing tutorials were sparse and googling wasn’t yet a thing, so I had to go through all the corebooks, splatbooks and anything else I could find to see more of the art from this universe. That’s how much of an impact these guys had on me! Continue reading here.
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