Zweihander RPG

ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG is an OSR Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay loveletter/retroclone/heartbreaker released under Creative Commons License Share-Alike

Video Review: Zweihänder Grim & Perilous RPG by Nord Nerd TV (German)

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Nord Nerd TV has been a long-time supporter of #ZweihanderRPG. In fact, they are going to be featured in one of our full-page images from Main Gauche! Check out their comprehensive review of Zweihänder Grim & Perilous RPG over on Youtube: Eine wirklich kurze Vorstellung des englischen Pen&Paper Regelwerks von Daniel Fox. Sorry, für die überbelichteten Seiten bei der Vorstellung der Illustrationen.    

Review: Zweihander Grim & Perilous RPG by Sticky Bunton

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Anthony “LibrariaNPC” DeMinico of StickyBunton has embarked upon his lengthy review of Zweihander Grim & Perilous RPG. Buckle up, because this is a long one! Check it out at Sticky Bunton, or read below: While I like to consider myself relatively well-read with tabletop games, there is on genre that has been a glaring weakness for me: Grimdark. There are a number of reasons, but they mostly boiled down to accessibility, interest, and sheer costs. By…

Video: Blades and Blasters runs “Terror in Talbheim” on Roll20 using #ZweihanderRPG, Session 3

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Blades And Blasters begins their adventures using #ZweihanderRPG on Roll20! They are running the seminal Terror In Talbheim from Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay’s second edition! Check out session 3: Having dispatched their charges and acquired the vital paperwork necessary to ensure their compensation, the group begins its trek back to Talabheim. Getting paid should be easy; why is it even the simplest things never seem to work out?