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Warpstone Issue 27

£11.99

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Content
Reviews – Various WFRP reviews (Various)
The Same War – Mixing WFB and WFRP (Fank Dube)
Storm of Chaos – Using Storm of Chaos in WFRP (Toby Pilling)
Rites of Passage – Shipboard Scenario (Clive Oldfield)
The Dogs of War – Mercenaries in the Old World (Andrew Fawcett)
RPGs – A Review Specials (Various)
Broken Scales – Scenario (Robin Low)
The Aganauts – Scenario (John Foody)
The Good, the Bad and the Hangmen – Executioners in WFRP (Dr. Leif U. Schrader)
Breaking the Seal – Seals of Protections and others (Robin Low)
Weaving a Web – Non-Chaos Secret Societies (Reverend Lepper)

Condition:
Near as new; comes within original plastic packaging with one corner torn open; minor shelf wear on exposed part of cover.

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Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
82
Publisher:
Warpstone
Title:
Warpstone: The Independent Magazine for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Issue 27

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Content
Reviews – Various WFRP reviews (Various)
The Same War – Mixing WFB and WFRP (Fank Dube)
Storm of Chaos – Using Storm of Chaos in WFRP (Toby Pilling)
Rites of Passage – Shipboard Scenario (Clive Oldfield)
The Dogs of War – Mercenaries in the Old World (Andrew Fawcett)
RPGs – A Review Specials (Various)
Broken Scales – Scenario (Robin Low)
The Aganauts – Scenario (John Foody)
The Good, the Bad and the Hangmen – Executioners in WFRP (Dr. Leif U. Schrader)
Breaking the Seal – Seals of Protections and others (Robin Low)
Weaving a Web – Non-Chaos Secret Societies (Reverend Lepper)

Condition:
Near as new; comes within original plastic packaging with one corner torn open; minor shelf wear on exposed part of cover.

Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
82
Publisher:
Warpstone
Title:
Warpstone: The Independent Magazine for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Issue 27

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