Dicke Zwergeneier in Crisdal (Averland, especially Grenzstadt) Hochländer falsche Has in grüner Soß (Hochland) Carroburger Geschnetzelter Hammel vom Spieß (Middenland, especially Carroburg) Fisch- und Käsebällchen in Salzenmunder Lake (Nordland, except […]
is a dirty & smelly old man who loves hating. He is currently based in Berlin, where he lives with his cat and drowns puppies for a living or teaches kids the mystery of the media biz. His current games are WFRP, Cyberpunk 2020 and RuneQuest/Legend. He yearns for the days when he will become senile and may -without social retribution – piss himself and vilely hit younger people with his walking cane.
In these days he can be found either under a stone, where he tries to finally die inside because of his role as techmonkey or on concerts, where he tries to teach the young ones a valuable (and very painful) lesson about punkrock and life.
Day 29: Wraith: the Oblivion Soul Iron Nails Like all iron in the Shadowlands, the hobnails of the Hierachy’s Legionnaires’ boots are forged from the souls of the dead, sighing […]
Day 3: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Adi’s Sneakers The Moot is in uproar. Amongst adolescent halflings, the outrageous outrage of wearing shoes is taking root. Cobbler Adolphuß is so successful in […]
Again, only in German.
Q: Conan, what is best about WFRP? A: To see your enemies driven before you and hear the names of their women. Camilla Kummerspeck, Marienburger Burgher Dennis Essig, Wissenlander Embalmer […]
We answer a couple of questions raised by fellow German RPG-blogger Clawdeen in this German article.
We needed an otter familar. So we built one: Otter Characteristics WS BS S T Ag Int WP Fel 20% 0% 15% 15% 30% 15% 20% 0% A W SB […]
We hate reviews. And the people in the Warhammer Old World, they hate reviewers, too… The Critic (Career) The praise of his peers is the artist’s and poet’s greatest delight. […]
Some thoughts about the advantages of Public Domain in RPGs. In German.
10 cities – and years – to have your Sorcerer’s Crusade chronicle to take place in: Granada (1492) Constantinople (1453) Vienna (1529) Magdeburg (1631) Prague (1618) Paris (1572) Florence (1498) […]