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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Death on the Reik Companion | Review and Page-Through

Jeff tackles the companion piece to Death on the Reik

Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: Death on the Reik Companion (Cubicle 7 Entertainment)Title: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay – Death on the Reik Companion

Publisher: Cubicle 7 Entertainment

Authors: Jim Bambra, Graeme Davis, Claus Thorn Ekström, Phil Gallagher, Andy Law, and Ciarán O’Brien

Artists: Ralph Horsley, Josef Kucera, Safary Levente, Sam Manley, Ruxandra Onita, Jonathan O’Donoghue, Scott Purdy, Erin Rea, Alexandru Sabo, Matteo Spirito, Giacomo Tappainer, Tom Ventre, and Dániel Kovacs

Year: 2020

Genre: Companion volume for Death on the Reik

Pages: 126 pages

Price: $34.99 for the hardcover or in PDF for $17.99

I share my thoughts about the companion book to Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: Death on the Reik. Is this an invaluable resource for game masters running Death on the Reik? Or is this just filled with minutia that you can easily take a pass on when running The Enemy Within campaign? You’ll find out!

02:30 Jumping into the Death on the Reik Companion
16:13 Final thoughts and the review score

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Summary
While the Death on the Reik companion isn't essential, as indicated on the book cover, there's still a lot of great gamable material included. Rules for river travel, commerce, and more DotR encounters take center stage as well as the beginning of a B-side adventure you can run throughout The Enemy Within. I certainly recommend the book to any WFRP GM even if the material within isn't necessarily must have.
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