An unofficial supplement for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, second edition. This volume is divided into three parts, Articles, Tool Shed and Appendices. It can be downloaded from the Liber Fanatica website: http://www.liberfanatica.net
Contents (taken from the Liber Fanatica website):
Part I: Articles
Writing a Campaign (Wim van Gruisen)
Guidelines for structuring a campaign in three parts, introducing new plot elements and aligning campaign objectives with PC interests.
Handling Horror and Insanity (James Walkerdine)
Advice for narrating horror and insanity in WFRP, along with rules for debilitating fear and minor psychological disorders.
Convention Scenarios (Alfred Nuñez Jr.)
How-to design convention scenarios and pre-generated characters. Advice for running games at a con.
On the Table (Jude Hornborg)
Structural damage, terrain and perception rules. Tips for using miniatures in WFRP.
Win, Lose or Draw (Jude Hornborg)
Expanded skill tables with outcomes for Degrees of Success and Failure. Examples of Average Tasks for each skill and assorted skill-specific rules.
Part II: Tool Shed
Character Traits (Henrik Grönberg)
Tables for generating character backgrounds, friends & family, and personalities.
Settlements of Sigmar (Henrik Grönberg)
Tables for generating Germanic town names, along with population, wealth and notable features.
Changing Seasons (Henrik Grönberg)
Weather generation tables, including regional modifiers and average monthly temperatures across the Empire.
Inns of the Empire (Henrik Grönberg)
Tables for generating names, sizes, services offered and notable qualities of inns and bars. Also includes an event table for inns.
Ex Libris Imperialis (Henrik Grönberg)
Tables for generating the age, binding, subject matter, authorial tone, peculiarities and title of a book.
Tales of the Rover (Henrik Grönberg)
Geography-based encounter tables for traveling parties, along with ideas and alternatives for each encounter type.
Part III: Appendices
Playing WFRP by Email (David Hatch)
Pros and cons of PBEM. Advice on composing responses, accounting for both roleplaying and organizational requirements.
Playing WFRP using Online Chat (Jude Hornborg)
Pros and cons of online chat-based WFRP. Tips on notation and pacing.
Playing WFRP by Message Board (Philip Hamilton)
Pros and cons of PBMB. Advice on recruitment, posting and thread management.