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FasterThanJesus
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Hi All,

In case you've missed it, Apocrypha Now has been made available by Cubicle7 through DriveThru RPG, https://www.cubicle7games.com/wfrp-aprocrypha-now-pdf/

I was hoping of news of the Enemy in Shadows Companion, but this isn't so bad as it was one of the 1st edition books I missed out on.
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totsuzenheni
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I always appreciate the Cubicle 7 updates on this board given that i don't do farcebook and that Cubicle 7's RSS and newsletter don't work.
FasterThanJesus
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Yeah, I only checked their news page today as I was hoping the companion would be out. I know we've been doing it to death, but they really need to improve on their dissemination of information.
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Chuck
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FasterThanJesus wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 1:27 pm
Yeah, I only checked their news page today as I was hoping the companion would be out. I know we've been doing it to death, but they really need to improve on their dissemination of information.
Right. Why are they not emailing everyone on their list when this stuff comes out? I signed up to their email list specifically for stuff like this.
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totsuzenheni
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Yep.
FasterThanJesus
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They've done Doomstones Fire in the Mountain now. Personally not too interested, but I may pick this one up if it's on offer/humble bundle etc.
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totsuzenheni
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I notice that it's the Flame Publications edition. The Hogshead editions were slightly different, not only because they were combined into two part volumes, but also because some information purtaining to using Warhammer Fantasy Battle (first or second edition i guess) was omitted, and some additional material was added to the earlier parts (along with a fifth part/third volume).
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