Holy crap! I mean, I seriously LOVED running the Enemy Within Campaign (until it ended with a TPK due to the party's Wizard exploding - I'll tell the story one day ;)
Now, Cubicle 7 is going to update it for the soon (ish) to be released Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4e (and PDFs for 1e):
“But we’re not stopping there. We’re creating some beautiful PDFs of the original WFRP super-campaign: the Enemy Within. Keep an eye on our newsletter, website and social media for more news!”
The Enemy Within – Director’s Cut
This brings us neatly round to yet another exciting piece of news. To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Enemy Within Campaign we’re going to be releasing an updated deluxe, “Directors Cut” edition of The Enemy Within Campaign for Fourth Edition!For those that don't have a complete set, let Wikipedia remind you of what that entails:
The mighty Graeme Davis has joined the team to steer this ship (or should that be river barge?). The Enemy Within was one of the best-loved RPG campaigns ever made, and we want to give the shiny new anniversary edition it deserves!
This multi-part role playing adventure was made up of several linked adventures:I'll fucking run this using Swords & Wizardry if I have to but I WILL run this!
- The Enemy Within / Mistaken Identity Graeme Davis, Jim Bambra, Phil Gallagher
- Shadows Over Bögenhafen
- Death on the Reik
- Power Behind the Throne
- Something Rotten in Kislev Ken Rolston, Graeme Davis (editor)
- Empire in Flames
And, as a side note, Cubicle 7 has lost the Call of Cthulhu license - so expect some sales this month:
Cubicle 7’s Call of Cthulhu license expires at the end of the year and by mutual agreement with Chaosium it is not going to be renewed. There are no hard feelings on either side, and we are still on great terms - these things happen. Call of Cthulhu is Chaosium’s baby and we wish them all the best.
We’ve enjoyed working with Call of Cthulhu and Chaosium, but we’re also looking forward to the challenge of designing our own game systems for Cthulhu Britannica, World War Cthulhu and The Laundry. Putting together games that really showcase the themes of their setting is what we do best, after all! Keep an eye on the newsletter for more information in due course.
Stay tuned - we'll be holding a sale on our Call of Cthulhu titles in December!
Wow. Now that is a grand slam.ReplyDelete
I ran this using pathfinder a few years ago. It's great material, but I finally gave up after Bogenhafen when the last human in the party died and the non-humans didn't care about the Empire to try to save it. So I placed Ravenloft in the mountains and sent them to play with Strahd....ReplyDelete
The Enemy Within simply is the best campaign ever published. I ran it from beginning to end (with some added White Dwarf material) for a group of 5 players during the early nineties. It is still considered the absolute highlight of our gaming careers.ReplyDelete
This campaign was the iconic RPG experience when I was in high school. I played with my friends through this for a long, long time. Very satisfying.ReplyDelete