Monuments of the Reikland

For general discussions about WFRP
Post Reply
dry_erase
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:58 pm

Hello,

I'm not particularly comfortable promoting my own work, but Wolf suggested that I did in the 4e forum, so that gets me off the hook. My conscience is now clear.

Last week Cubicle 7 released a pdf that I wrote - the first official thing I've had published for WFRP. Although it's designed for 4e, the content is fairly edition-neutral, with only a few rules specific to the latest iteration.

Although it's called "Monuments of the Reikland", I like to think that the content is a lot less specific than that suggests... the monuments are designed to shine a light on various aspects of life in the Empire. In the past I mostly wrote Warpstone articles and stuff for the Bergsburg project, so if you like those you might like this. If you didn't like them, then you might enjoy this anyway. For people who like carnivorous plants in their WFRP, there's a bloodsedge.

Anyway.. the artwork is excellent and it only costs $3.99. At today's exchange rate, that's 56p less than the average pint of beer in the UK - or an incredible £1.33 less than a pint in London.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/31 ... t_filtered

Cheers!
Robin
Posts: 26
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:26 am

Congratulations and all that! I saw some very positive feedback on one of the Facebook groups. The only thing that's stopped me picking up a copy is the hope that it will eventually become part of a printed product.

Regards,
Robin
dry_erase
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:58 pm

Thanks! I'm very glad to hear it's going down well.
FasterThanJesus
Posts: 234
Joined: Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:30 pm
Location: UK

As I mentioned, I picked this up the other day. I've now read through and think it's quite an interesting supplement, something like Buildings of the Reikland or Old World Adventures with a more specific theme.

I think these can work well as subplots. Aas I mentioned in the other thread, I thought I would drop the Horological Tower into TEW at some point, possibly somewhere in DotR and give me the Purple Hand something to do, or maybe a further distraction for the Red Crown.

My main gripe is more to do with how this stuff is published as we don't know if we'll get a compendium of these supplements further down the line, like we got with Ubersreik Adventures, causing an unwanted double tap on the wallet.
Wolf
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:10 am

dry_erase wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:55 am
Hello,

I'm not particularly comfortable promoting my own work, but Wolf suggested that I did in the 4e forum, so that gets me off the hook. My conscience is now clear.
Always willing to salve a conscience in a good cause.
In the past I mostly wrote Warpstone articles and stuff for the Bergsburg project, so if you like those you might like this.
Recommendation enough for me!
User avatar
Jackdays
Posts: 54
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:29 am
Contact:

This is very good small article/document. Nice little hooks and details.
Welcome to grim and perilous Norsca. Welcome to Kalevala Hammer.

kalevalahammer@gmail.com
www.kalevalahammer.com
dry_erase
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:58 pm

Thanks! I'm a simple soul and people saying nice things makes me happy.
User avatar
skerrigan
Posts: 127
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:31 pm
Location: UK
Contact:

It's an excellent article.
Verdant Castellan of Bretonnia and Purveyor of the Perilous Realm Podcast
johnfinnswife
Posts: 16
Joined: Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:02 am

dry_erase wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:55 am
Hello,

I'm not particularly comfortable promoting my own work, but Wolf suggested that I did in the 4e forum, so that gets me off the hook. My conscience is now clear.

Last week Cubicle 7 released a pdf that I wrote - the first official thing I've had published for WFRP. Although it's designed for 4e, the content is fairly edition-neutral, with only a few rules specific to the latest iteration.

Although it's called "Monuments of the Reikland", I like to think that the content is a lot less specific than that suggests... the monuments are designed to shine a light on various aspects of life in the Empire. In the past I mostly wrote Warpstone articles and stuff for the Bergsburg project, so if you like those you might like this. If you didn't like them, then you might enjoy this anyway. For people who like carnivorous plants in their WFRP, there's a bloodsedge.

Anyway.. the artwork is excellent and it only costs $3.99. At today's exchange rate, that's 56p less than the average pint of beer in the UK - or an incredible £1.33 less than a pint in London.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/31 ... t_filtered

Cheers!
Hello mate!

Dropped the Horological Tower into my lot's first visit to Kemperbad. Bits of A Day at the Trials are playing out in the background & I'm tying in the cultists blowing-the-clock-up hook to Steve Dosman's Kemperbad on the Ropes.

Thank you for writing it, the whole collection's an awesome bit of work.
dry_erase
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:58 pm

johnfinnswife wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 2:27 pm
dry_erase wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:55 am
Hello,

I'm not particularly comfortable promoting my own work, but Wolf suggested that I did in the 4e forum, so that gets me off the hook. My conscience is now clear.

Last week Cubicle 7 released a pdf that I wrote - the first official thing I've had published for WFRP. Although it's designed for 4e, the content is fairly edition-neutral, with only a few rules specific to the latest iteration.

Although it's called "Monuments of the Reikland", I like to think that the content is a lot less specific than that suggests... the monuments are designed to shine a light on various aspects of life in the Empire. In the past I mostly wrote Warpstone articles and stuff for the Bergsburg project, so if you like those you might like this. If you didn't like them, then you might enjoy this anyway. For people who like carnivorous plants in their WFRP, there's a bloodsedge.

Anyway.. the artwork is excellent and it only costs $3.99. At today's exchange rate, that's 56p less than the average pint of beer in the UK - or an incredible £1.33 less than a pint in London.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/31 ... t_filtered

Cheers!
Hello mate!

Dropped the Horological Tower into my lot's first visit to Kemperbad. Bits of A Day at the Trials are playing out in the background & I'm tying in the cultists blowing-the-clock-up hook to Steve Dosman's Kemperbad on the Ropes.
Excellent! Thanks for letting me know. I have an abiding fear that I'll write something that people enjoy reading and then never use in a game.

It sounds like your players have quite a lot to handle... I'm not familiar with Kemperbad on the Ropes - where can I find that?
johnfinnswife
Posts: 16
Joined: Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:02 am

dry_erase wrote:
Wed Nov 25, 2020 4:05 am
johnfinnswife wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 2:27 pm
dry_erase wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:55 am
Hello,

I'm not particularly comfortable promoting my own work, but Wolf suggested that I did in the 4e forum, so that gets me off the hook. My conscience is now clear.

Last week Cubicle 7 released a pdf that I wrote - the first official thing I've had published for WFRP. Although it's designed for 4e, the content is fairly edition-neutral, with only a few rules specific to the latest iteration.

Although it's called "Monuments of the Reikland", I like to think that the content is a lot less specific than that suggests... the monuments are designed to shine a light on various aspects of life in the Empire. In the past I mostly wrote Warpstone articles and stuff for the Bergsburg project, so if you like those you might like this. If you didn't like them, then you might enjoy this anyway. For people who like carnivorous plants in their WFRP, there's a bloodsedge.

Anyway.. the artwork is excellent and it only costs $3.99. At today's exchange rate, that's 56p less than the average pint of beer in the UK - or an incredible £1.33 less than a pint in London.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/31 ... t_filtered

Cheers!
Hello mate!

Dropped the Horological Tower into my lot's first visit to Kemperbad. Bits of A Day at the Trials are playing out in the background & I'm tying in the cultists blowing-the-clock-up hook to Steve Dosman's Kemperbad on the Ropes.
Excellent! Thanks for letting me know. I have an abiding fear that I'll write something that people enjoy reading and then never use in a game.

It sounds like your players have quite a lot to handle... I'm not familiar with Kemperbad on the Ropes - where can I find that?
Haha, yeah I have the "Throw some shit at the wall & see what sticks" approach!

Kemperbad on the Ropes is in the WFRP GM group on Facebook. Private group but very welcoming & a bunch of lovely people, in the main.
dry_erase
Posts: 27
Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:58 pm

Shameless plugging, but it's currently $3.19 on drivethrurpg.com - that's less than 64c (or 48p) per idiosyncratic Reikland monument. You can't even get a KitKat for that price!

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/31 ... t_filtered

If you're still wary of buying it for some reason, send me a private message and I'll buy a pdf copy and send it to you - for the first couple of people who ask anyway.
Post Reply