Publisher: Descartes Editeur
Publisher: Flame Publications
7.90 x 10.90 inches
From the Back Cover:
A grimoire of ancient knowledge for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
Welcome to the the first
Warhammer Companion, containing a rare mixture of diverse materials for GMs and players of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. Within these covers you'll find four complete adventures, a wide range of articles presenting new character careers, spells, magical items and advanced rules, plus a special selection devoted to Jack Yeovil's Warhammer novel Drachenfels.
The contents of the Warhammer Companion are as follows...
Chaos Familiars: adds Familiars of Service and Familiars of Sense to the list from Slaves to Darkness.
The Howling Season: an adventure set in a forested region far from the nearest town.
Go Ahead Orc, Make My Day...: rules for a wide range of personal firearms, and managing their use in a campaign.
The Beastfriend: a new career for Elves that follow Karnos, Lord of Beasts (including animal profiles and details of Karnos).
Armour Has Feelings Too: an optional rules system for damage to armour.
Is There a Doctor In the House?: Erich Hinfällig of Ostwald, Middenheim, a down-and-out doctor and his clinic (including optional advanced rules for medical treatment, and adventure hooks).
In Bright Armour Arrayed: optional rules for interesting enchantments for armour.
With a Little Help From My Friends: a city-based adventure for a party including a Wizard's Apprentice / Wizard and at least one Rogue.
Dwarf Loremaster: a new career for Dwarfs, entered from Artisan / Scholar / Alchemist 4 / Cleric 4 / Wizard 4.
180!: a range of magical arrows, and special abilities for bows.
Brothers in Blood: an adventure for 2nd and 3rd career characters, including at least one spellcaster 2+ and a strong Warrior / Ranger.
Magicopoeia Imperialis: a variety of new spells with an emphasis on martial uses. The Drachenfels Supplement:
The Emperor Luitpold: a luxury river liner than runs from Altdorf to Berghafen (including adventure ideas).
The Great Hospice: a lunatic asylum run by the Sisters of Shallya (including optional advanced rules for insanity, and adventure ideas).
Dramatis Personae: backgrounds and profiles for Genevieve Sandrine, Detlef Sierck, Anton Veidt. Crown Prince Oswald, and Constant Drachenfels.
The cover art, clearly by Josh Kirby, was not credited.
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