Warpstone is an independent magazine for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, featuring news, reviews, scenarios and articles for the game.
Warpstone began in 1996, when editors John Foody and John Keane decided that WFRP needed a fanzine to support it. This coincided with Hogshead Publishing taking over the licence for the game.
The first issue was A5 size and around 150 copies were printed, the initial few numbered. These were mostly sold through adverts in Arcane magazine. The magazine was written by John Foody, with John Keane doing the art and both taking on the layout tasks.
Issue two contained an interview with James Wallis of Hogshead Publishing. Issue three was the first in A4 size and by issue ten, Warpstone was being printed and distributed by Hogshead, although it remained an independent magazine.
Many new writers and artists contributed to the magazine and it continued being published after Hogshead stopped working on the WFRP licence. When Black Industries rereleased the game, Warpstone made the change over to WFRP 2nd Edition. A few years later, in December 2008, it was announced that Warpstone would end with issue 30.