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Warhammer 40k Roleplay: Imperium Maledictum Reviewed

Warhammer 40K Roleplay: Imperium Maledictum (Cubicle 7 Entertainment)Game Name: Warhammer 40k Roleplay – Imperium Maledictum

Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment

Authors: Dave Allen, Emmet Byrne, Tim Cox, Zak Dale-Clutterbuck, John Dunn, Michael Duxbury, Cody Faulk, Tim Huckelbery, D.G. Laderoute, Elaine Lithgow, TS Luikart, Dominic McDowall, Pádraig Murphy, and Sam Taylor

Artists: Helge C. Balzer, Alberto Bontempi, Simon Carr, Bartłomiej Fedyczak, Runesael Flynn, Wesley Gardner, Marc Grunert, Tom Hutchings, Dániel Kovács, Sam Manley, JG O’Donoghue, Pádraig Murphy, Cristian Alias Perez, Aurèle Pradal, Erin Rea, and Felix Tisch

Year: 2023

Genre: Corebook for the new low power level roleplaying game set in the world of Warhammer 40k

Pages: 352 pages

MSRP: Hardcover (with PDF) $59.99 or $29.99 for just the PDF at DriveThruRPG

I sit down to discuss my thoughts about the new Warhammer 40k roleplaying game from Cubicle 7 Entertainment. Imperium Maledictum promises plenty of action and adventure across the Macharian Sector as players take on the roles of trouble shooters for the Empire.

I also reveal the three winners of the Imperium Maledictum contest!

1:52 Diving into Warhammer 40 Roleplay: Imperium Maledictum
23:48 Final thoughts and review score
27:53 Wrapping up

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

3 Comments

  1. Ian Nicholson

    That is exactly the kind of review I needed. I went large on Fantasy Flight’s first edition. Never really ran it. I will demur and not essay this disingenuous Imperium. There are a few, very few, reviewers I trust and despite the late unpleasantness in 1776 you are one of them. May it long continue so. I shall take the opportunity of wishing you an early Merry Christmas. I often take the opportunity of reminding my wife how fortunate she is to marry an RPG player. Oddly her mileage and memories vary. I have often taken the view that she is a hobbit and trusted her with rings to happily bind me.

    Take care Jeff, And thanks.
    Ian

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  2. Jeff McAleer

    A very merry Christmas to you and yours, Ian!

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  3. Ian Nicholson

    Of course I ordered it. I blame you entirely Jeff. When my wife queries why we cannot afford to go out for a meal I just blame the suggestions of that dreadful American. Works for me. I bought twenty two Ars Magica books, thank god you never reviewed it, it could have been more. I have never run it. Dear reader she married him. That’s roleplaying and levelling up. As always, best wishes. Try and avoid doing reviews. I do like to eat out occasionally.

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Warhammer 40k Roleplay: Imperium Maledictum Reviewed

A very solid new edition to the lineup of Games Workshop licensed roleplaying games from Cubicle 7 Entertainment. I especially like the core mechanics which are very familiar for those familiar with Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. The production quality is a stand out although I do wish there was more artwork in the book as it feels a bit sparce. I'm quite interested in seeing where this TTRPG goes.
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