These are key WFRP sites for fans of the game:

Graeme Davis
No one personifies WFRP like Graeme Davis. He was one of the main architects of the game from its inception and has published something worthwhile in all four editions. Graeme has also written for many other games, but his Magnum Opus will surely be the newly reimagined "The Enemy Within" for 4th edition WFRP. This site is full of nuggets for all versions of WFRP.

Cubicle Seven WFRP
The UK-based gaming company behind the resurrection of WFRP, now in its fourth edition. This site provides all the on-going news with the new edition. Definitely a place to go for those looking to see upcoming products and information about current ones.

Andy Law has been involved with WFRP since 2nd edition and he was the chief architect of 4th edition. Naturally, Andy Law's blog is a great site for WFRP as well as other games.

Liber Etcetera
Ben Scerri was a critical member of the team that brought WFRP 4th edition to life. In his blog, Ben deals with many WFRP 4th edition topics, many of which could easily be ported into earlier editions of the game. A "must-see" site for those playing the new edition.

Warpstone Fanzine
The fanzine dedicated to WFRP. It has outlived many "professional" gaming magazines and its success can be attributed to the dedication and hard work of its staff. An essential source of information for the serious WFRPer. Warpstone came to an official end with issue 30 in Winter 2014/2015

This was a 1st edition WFRP project that had lots of people involved at one point or another. The project was led by the Bergsburg Council, which was lastly composed of Arne Dam, Clive Oldfield, Luke Twigger, and Simon Beckford. Not much has been added since 2008.

Liber Fanatica
This is project has come about from the play-testing of WFRP, 2nd edition. It contains many bridging tools from one version to the next as well as many other articles of interest. Soon to be home for the Wurtbad project. Update 25 February 2024: No Wurtbad project and site currently suspended.

I recommend the following sites by individuals who are doing their part to enhance WFRP:

Winds of Chaos
This site contains a lot of stuff for all editions of WFRP, including finely drawn maps (a number of which are based on my version of these same maps). The site is also host to the WFRP forum with the folding of the Strike to Stun site and highly recommended.

Kalevala Hammer
Jackdays from the BI forum has decided to take on bringing the elements from first edition and unofficial Norsca project into second edition. This site contains the fruit of his efforts as well as other aspects for WFRP2e.

Domokun's Cornucopia
This site has many items that are 1st edition specific and also adapts some of the 2nd edition rules to 1st edition. There are also highlighted articles based on historical research that could enhance one's game.

The Merry Goblin's Warhammer Page
Ian Ward's excellent site of Warhammer FRP material and oher Warhammer bits. The site includes the Goblinoid Project and is must for Warhammer fans.

Paths to Chaos campaign
This is Pedro Lunaris' site where he chronicles his players' adventures in WFRP2e's "Paths of the Damned" campaign. The site includes house rules, NPC and PC descriptions, and other background details for both 2nd edition. The site promised something for 3rd, but has not been updated.

Enemy Within campaign
This is TK's site where he chronicles his Seattle-based players' adventures in the "Enemy Within" campaign. The site includes house rules, NPC and PC descriptions, and other background details.

I recommend the following "WFRP International" sites by these fine individuals:


Le Grimoire site
The premier French fanzine that has supported WFRP since "the Dark Years" (between GW dropping support for the game and Hogshead's obtaining the license). Lots of stuff here, including an unofficial sourcebook for Sartosa and the Moot.

Le Site de l'Elfe Noir- Warhammer JdR site
This site covers a wide spectrum of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and provides French-speaking fans of the game with a lot of material. Currently seems to be defunct (25 January 2024).

Errare Demonicum Est site
This site covers Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay as well as Call of Cthulhu. Currently seems to be defunct (25 January 2024).


La Locanda delle due Lune Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay site
This Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay site caters to the Italian fans of the game.


Warhammer-Poltergeist site
This site is the home of the Salkalten sourcebook and other WFRP projects.

Gildia Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay site
This site covers Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay for the Polish fans of second edition. Currently seems to be defunct (25 January 2024)

WFRP4 Tłumaczenia site
A Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay for the Polish fans of fourth edition. It includes the Polish-translated version of my Pfeildorf sourcebook.

Sites where I have been interviewed:

Altdorfer Correspondent
There are a number of interviews on this page and mine is near the bottom. This is my first interview, from 2008.

Small but Vicious Special 2
This was my first Podcast interview, but... sadly... I do not have permission to access this site. In any event, it was my first time doing any podcast and it showed.

Le Grog
This is my 2009 "Gaming Industry" bio, which is in French.

Warhammer Wiki with Federico da Remas
My 2024 Warhammer wiki interview with Federico da Remas. I certainly love the nickname he gave me. "The Shaper from the Shadows" sounds like some WFRP Demon Lord or Cthulhu entity.

Ill Met by Morrslieb
My 2024 interview by Zekiel on the Ill Met by Morrslieb blog. The blog also contains an interview with Simon Wileman, the head writer of the Salzenmund sourcebook for Cubicle 7's WFRP 4th edition.

Favorite WFB site:

Citadel's Stuff of Legends
This is the place for those of us who have collected Citadel/GW miniatures since the late 80s. Many of the background stories of the old Regiments of Renown can be found here, as well as pictures of the old miniatures.

RPG Cartography sites

Kosmic Dungeon site
This site offers a number of fantasy maps for different environments such as caverns, towns, dungeons, floor plans, etc. One could also order a custom-made map.

For anyone in the London area looking for a FRP club to join:

Shadow Warriors
Before his departure from London, this was the club where Tim Eccles hosted the famous TimCon for WFRP..