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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4e - Rough Nights & Hard Days

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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fourth Edition Rough Nights and Hard Days

Five Grim and Perilous Scenarios by Graeme Davies.

A collection of new and classic adventures that take seemingly innocuous locations and situations and involves the Characters just as events spiral out of control.

Rough Nights & Hard Days offers five interlinked scenarios for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay written by series veteran, Graeme Davis. These can be played as stand-alone adventures, or combined into an epic five-part campaign, where the Characters become embroiled in a bitter dispute between two of the Empire’s quarreling noble houses. Rough Nights & Hard Days also introduces an entirely new playable species, and presents a variety of pub games to amuse and confuse your customers.


This module includes:

  • A Controllable WFRP Clock Interface which helps provide the best experience for Rough Nights and Hard Days as well as adding another useful tool for your own adventures.

  • Easy Set Up – Five complex adventures are easily set up and brought to life within the Foundry. Maps, locations, characters and adventure content are all easily accessible for the GM.

  • Pub Games – One learns of the many pleasant pastimes of which one can partake in the local tavern.

  • Gnomes – A mysterious, new playable Species is added to the list of rollable characters from the Core Module.

Rough Nights & Hard Days is the perfect addition to any game of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay as it can be used to start a new campaign, support the design of exciting locations, or enhance an ongoing story with exciting new adventures and rules.


 The WFRP Core Module is required for full functionality and is to be used with the Warhammer Fantasy 4th Edition System


Published by Cubicle 7

Purchase at the C7 Webstore

Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd. © Games Workshop 2020

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