Here you can find those links to some of the useful WFRP pages out there that
I've found surfing the web. Sites are rated from 1 star * (maybe worth a look,
but not exactly setting the world alight) to a maximum of 5 stars ***** (excellent
sites packed with content and highly recommended). Site ratings are based on content, presentation, how relevant
and up to date the sites are kept, personal perogative and how well I slept on the night before I rated them :o).
***** 5 Star Sites :
: An Online WFRP 'zine with lots of useful information in each issue. Issues cover topics as diverse as the Warhammer
world in ancient times, through to specialise issues devoted to Marienburg. The site also sports what is probably now
the most active WFRP forums.
The Bergsberg Project
: An ongoing collaborative project to flesh out the town of Bergsberg in the Empire. It features maps, NPCs, and other such
gems as information on law, religion, culture, ...
: The website of a paper based WFRP fanzine written by WFRP fans for WFRP fans, edited by John Foody and formerly
distributed by Hogshead Publishing. As well as representing and promoting the Warpstone magazine, the site also
proffers a useful array of information, from character names to articles on the culture and society of the Old World.
**** 4 Star Sites :
Alfred Nunez - MadAlfred's Warhammer Fantasy RolePlay (WFRP) Page
: This is the website of Alfred Nunez (of Dwarfs: Stone and Steel fame) and includes, among its contents,
many very useful maps of the WFRP world and its regions, and some now historical WFRP articles of interest.
The material present is well presented and well written, from one of the grandaddies (no offence, Alfred!) of WFRP.
Fantasy Flight Games
: The official site of Fantasy Flight Games, licensed for creation and distribution of WFRP material in the UK
(within Games Workshop bounds). An excellent resource for what WFRP books have been released by FFG,
with means for online ordering of them from the comfort of your own laptop.
*** 3 Star Sites :
: The official site of everyones favourite miniatures company, and the ultimate owner of the rights to WFRP.
Their web site does not contain a great deal of useful in-depth information on WFRP but offers some understanding of
Warhammer Fantasy Battle, the wargame from which WFRP first came, and which shares its world.
: A WFRP Portal home to the
and WFRP FAQ.
Also home to a forum.
Sadly, the WFRP Archives, while useful, have not been highly maintained or added to for some years.
Oliver Rosenkranz - Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
: Home of the famous WFRP adventure collection, this site also offers for download some goodies like
a map of couronne (at the time of writing), and so on. This material seems to be somewhat thin on the
ground in terms of its quantity, however. Two excellent features are the article index, listing the
WFRP articles of note in a wide array of magazines (in 7 countries/languages from English to German to Swedish),
and the useful if somewhat now dated web-news file containing a large list of WFRP web sites.
: An excellent site crammed with information on all manner of WFRP subjects. Some of it seems to
originate from or closely follow from Warhammer Fantasy Battle (rather than WFRP) too much sometimes for my
personal taste, but otherwise a good site. The site previously hosted what were probably the most populous
WFRP forums on the the internet at the time before the forums closure in August 2004.
** 2 Star Sites :
If you haven't visited it yet, do go and visit
the primary portal for WFRP on the web. There resides the WFRP Archives,
containing a wealth of information for GMs of WFRP, much of it written by the folks, past and present, of the WFRP
mailing list. Also included there is an excellent
WFRP FAQ for
those new to the game or who have had their head in a bucket of Warpstone for the last few years regarding WFRPs status
regarding Games Workshop.
WFRP main page
If you use Notepad to edit plain text files, I recommend you consider
Programmers File Editor (PFE) as a
replacement. Admitedly, it's now showing it's age in terms of things like a lack of syntax highlighting, but it absolutely
shines in its handling of very large files, handling them better than any other text editor I've encountered.
Another excellent editor for HTML and program code well worth a try is
or what may be its eventual code-base successor Emerald Editor.
Dysfunctional roleplayers everywhere will no doubt find roleplaying webzine
interesting. Another wonderful link is
Web Dice, taking you to a treasure trove of
useful gadgets for busy GMs, from on-line dice rolls to instant villages, NPCs, character names, ...
A brilliant site.