Posts Tagged ‘system-agnostic gaming’

I.O.U. 1 WFRP Monster

Monster? What’s this about? Click here to find out!

I’m a little busy right now starting a new job, but I hope to get to it over the weekend. If there’s something particular you’d like to see, drop its name in the comments along with the edition(s) of WFRP for which you’d like stats. No promises, but I’ll see what I can do.

While you’re here, though, I’d like to tell you about Rookery Publications, a new rpg studio that I’ve founded along with four other WFRP veterans: Writer, cartographer, and developer extraordinaire Andy Law; art legend Mark Gibbons; editor, proofreader, and business expert Lindsay Law, and prolific writer Andy Leask.

We are working on a dark fantasy setting with a series of sourcebooks and a campaign. Everything is designed to be modular so you can take it as written or kitbash it to fit your own campaign. It is system-agnostic, and the first few products have tested well with WFRP as well as an array of other games. Our first two titles are five-star products on DriveThruRPG, and you can find them here.

We also produce weekly “Inside the Rookery” live streams with guests from across the games industry. Past guests have included Bob Naismith, who ran the GEW miniatures department in the late 80s and created the first Space Marines, WFRP artist Ralph Horsley, ex-GW designer and novelist Gav Thorpe, former Hogshead Publishing chief James Wallis, Marc Gascoigne of Black Library and now Aconyte Books, and many more. The live streams go out on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook, and are archived on our YouTube channel. Inside the Rookery is supported by our Patreon campaign (

You can find Rookery Publications at:




Twitter: @RookeryP


and we have a very active community on Discord.