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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Adventure Doomstones: Fire in the Mountains Returns in PDF

A long out of print classic for WFRP 1E is back

Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Doomstones: Fire in the Mountains (Cubicle 7 Entertainment)Our friends at Cubicle 7 Entertainment keep plugging away with Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay releases and yesterday the classic first edition adventure supplement Doomstones: Fire in the Mountains arrived in PDF. This is the initial supplement for the Doomstones campaign and can easily be ported over to WFRP 4E. I do want to mention this is a scan of the original book though. You can score the 102 page PDF at DriveThruRPG for $9.99.

From Cubicle 7:

Fire in the Mountains is the first part of the Doomstones Campaign.

In this WFRP adventure, a chance discovery puts the adventurers on the trail of a fabled magical artefact in the wild, lawless lands of the Border Princes. The trail leads through ancient caverns, across monster-infested wastes and over sites of ancient power, following the course of a long-past Ore invasion. Finding the object of their quest Is one thlng – but will the adventurers be able to take It?

Deslgned for adventurers ln their second or third careers, this adventure opens up a challenging new area of the Warhammer world, where only the strong and the cunning survive for long.

Fire in the Mountains Includes the following:

  • Full background information on the events which have led up to the start of this adventure.
  • The adventure itself, with all necessary maps, player handouts and GM aids.
  • A selection of pregenerated player characters, with complete backgrounds.
  • An appendix giving full details of the Crystal of Fire, the powerful magical artefact which forms the basis of this adventure.

Fire in the Mountains breaks down in to five distinct phases, or chapters:

  • Help Never Came
  • The Reavers’ Trail
  • The Lone Tower
  • The Twisted Lands
  • The Watchers on the Hill


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