Hats off to Cubicle 7

November 12th, 2020

For years before the pandemic, I’ve been supporting a little virtual table top system called Foundry VTT, because the main programmer Atropos seemed pretty awesome, and new stuff was being added to the system fairly quickly and regularly. During that time, I’ve seen the system grow by leaps and bounds, and since its official launch it’s become my go-to virtual system. A developer named Moo Man spent a ton of time and effort supporting WFRP4e and came up with a system that covers nearly everything and is just simply gorgeous.

Usually this is about the time a game publisher comes in and shuts everything down. Cubicle 7, however, has embraced the system and even contracted Moo Man to continue WFRP4e Foundry VTT development for them in the future. They’ve released modules for the Starter Set, Enemy in Shadows, and Rough Nights and Hard Days.

I am flabbergasted by the whole-hearted support from Cubicle 7. It may be the reason I finally switch from 2e to 4e. Thank you, Cubicle 7, for supporting the game in the way I prefer to play it, especially in these times of social distancing. Thank you.

2 comments to “Hats off to Cubicle 7”

  1. Hey there!

    I come check out this blog every once in a green moon and this was a pleasant surprise! I didn’t know you followed Foundry.

    I too am obviously incredibly glad Cubicle 7 went forward with this, especially with the rough introduction. They’ve even been eager to explore more possibilities with it in the future, but time will tell.

    If you ever do make that conversion, feel free to reach out with any questions on the system, always happy to help.

  2. Moo Man, everyone who plays WFRP with Foundry owes you a huge debt of gratitude. I’m just happy that Cubicle 7 realized that and got you on board. Thanks for all you do for our community.

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