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Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:08 pm
by Tuch
Hi, so I've been away from WFRP for 10 years thereabout and am getting ready to run a new game. Yeah! Unfortunately I've lost all of my old player made PDF files. I am hoping someone here has a link to where I can find the Unofficial Tome of Careers. The only link I have come across is SCRIB and I'd really rather not make an account. So how bout helping an old guy out.

Thanks

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:12 am
by Hedge_Knight_79
Hi Tuch, I also must came back to WFRP after a decade!

I unfortunately don't have a link for you. I just broke down and joined Scribd on a one month trial basis and set myself a reminder to shut my account down at the end of the month. It's worked out so far. No charges since suspending my membership.

Maybe someone else can help you find that PDF elsewhere. Good luck with your campaign!

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 2:37 am
by Whymme

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 7:08 am
by Tuch
Thank you so much. My Google skills must be getting bad with age. I even went 3 and 4 pages deep with no luck.

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:16 am
by satakuua
Town crier. Has there been such a career? I remember reading about it somewhere. Had to do with the fact the majority of the people were illiterate, and, even though there is a lot of written stuff in scenarios and art of Warhammer, criers were very much in need.

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:56 pm
by Danke Dave
They do have a Newssheet Vendor career and Agitator as careers, might be the closest thing to it.

Re: Back to WFRP after a long absence

Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 6:25 am
by satakuua
Danke Dave wrote:
Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:56 pm
They do have a Newssheet Vendor career and Agitator as careers, might be the closest thing to it.
Yeah. Not quite it, though. Which I find somewhat odd. Town crier is Pythonesque enough to, kinda, warrant its own career entry.