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Yet, the book you are looking for is exactly the Old World Bestiary. For every creature in the book, we are given a few flavor texts written by common folk (Common View), scholars (Scholar's Eye) and comments from the race/creature in question when possible (Our Own View). Over half of the book are those comments, with a classical bestiary with stats at the ...


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You increase your limit of options every new career This ruling can be found on page 28 of the core book: Some careers give you options like "any two" or "any three" for skills and talents. if you already have enough skills and talents from the list, you don't need to buy new ones to finish the career, but you can at your option. A Master Wizard, for ...


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The abomination has the Natural Weapons ability, which states: You have claws or vicious teeth that can rend apart your foes in combat. When attacking without a weapon, you count as being armed with a hand weapon. You cannot parry with your natural weapons. You cannot, for obvious reasons, be disarmed. The damage for Hand Weapons (Corebook, p. ...


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Nobles are completely above common Law It is mentioned in Law, Justice & Criminals chapter of Sigmar's Heirs (pg. 27) that nobles only answer to the Electors (kind of province governors), which then answered directly to the Emperor. This means that any accusation from a lower rank citizen could be easily disregarded. Only another noble could accuse a ...


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While most obvious place to look for information on Imperial villages would be in Sigmar's Heirs, definitive guide to the Empire, there's none. However, there is an example Reikland village in Game Master's Pack. Villages usually have some fortifications: Since most of the Empire is covered by vast areas of untamed forest inhabited by all manner of ...


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There is some information about the Realms of Chaos on the WHFRP wiki, including a map of the place. However, for an accurate description of the place, you gotta check the Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (8th edition), which includes descriptions of several locations inside the domains of Nurgle. Here is a small excerpt from the book: There is also ...


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