This was a blog created to let Warhammer fans everywhere listen along to an adventure through the famous Enemy Within campaign. The recorded sessions make a great resource for a GM who wants inspiration, for fans of Warhammer who want to re-live the feeling of playing, or anyone with extra time who just wants some entertainment!
As one of our fans said, "It's like an epic audio novel, only better!"
So you want to get started? Great!
Start by reading the introduction and character backgrounds (if you have time), or just jump into Session 1. Then using the links at the right you can continue to follow along as the group travels through the Warhammer world racking up insanities, corruptions, and experience -- all while saving the Empire from certain catastrophe.
Finally, there are some great extras you can unlock by donating!
Donating is your way of saying "thanks" for the 120+ hours of entertainment this site gives you. I've also included gifts for people who donate at various levels.
For more information on donating, click here.
You can get a nice package of the handouts, battle maps, GM commentary, character sheets, and more. You can get access to 2 additional audio recordings: character generation and the epilogue. Lastly, you can get access to a group of 9 Shadowrun sessions. For more details on these gifts click here.
Thanks to all of the listeners out there
It was fun having you along for the ride! Do continue to check this site from time to time because when this group begins its next campaign we will post information about it here in the comments section.
If anyone would like to contact me please feel free, I can be reached at: [tron60 at gmail]
Thanks again, and we bid godspeed (Simar's speed?) to you in both the Old World and the real world.
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The Emeny Within and Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay are (C) Games Workshop, 1986. Written by Jim Bambra, Phil Gallagher, Graeme Davis, and Carl Sergant.