The ashes still cool and the wounds still heal after the onslaught of Archaon and the forces of Chaos Undivided – but Middenheim still stands!. : Paths of the Damned: Ashes of Middenheim (Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay) (v. 1) (): Games Workshop Staff: Books. While the Ar-Ulric is leading the Knights of the White Wolf in the field, Deputy High Priest Claus Leibnitz is in charge of the temple. A Skaven assassin from Clan.

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Ashes of Middenheim is the first installment of Paths of the Damned, the epic adventure trilogy for Warhammer Fantasy Ashfs. In addition to the adventure itself, this book also contains a full description of Middenheim, including a detailed city map and descriptions of neighborhoods, key NPCs, and a host of important locations. Read more Read less.

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The first installment’s adventures are short enough to be completed in one or two nights each and leave plenty of room for the GM to be creative and add their own content. In many cases, this is encouraged. Between some adventures there is enough space to put middenheum one off adventures or to use published adventures such as the ones found in Plundered Vaults.


Singing praises does little good in a review, so I’ll concentrate on the few problems. First, not enough maps. Middenheim is wonderfully detailed and includes are great map of the city and sewers, but I would have liked to seen a local area map that includes the surrounding countryside.

Also, many of the buildings, including some of the main buildings in the various adventures, are not mapped out. These are left to the GM to flesh out, or some such thing. I would still like to see maps for all of the places of any importance. Second, the campaign does not, at least to my mind, allow for elves. I don’t see much reason that an elf would want to follow this campaign.

Oh, sure, fighting chaos and such, yes. But it seems a lot of what happens are things an elf, whether an aloof High elf or a sylvan minded Wood Elf, would just say “oh well, human troubles” and be on their way. You have to work a bit harder to get elves involved is all I am saying. With humans you have the religious element of Ulric and Sigmar to make them feel obligated in some way, plus this is their country. Dwarfs, likewise, are somewhat sympathetic toward human endeavors and the Sigmarite cause, what with Sigmar being an ancient dwarfish ally.

Paths of the Damned: Ashes of Middenheim

This is a minor point, but one which caused me some vexation as misdenheim GM. Did I mention the history, map and background for Middenheim was top notch? Oh, I guess I did. Well, it is worth the price for that alone. This is the first installment of the Paths asnes the Damned trilogy campaign for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplaying WFRP and based on what I’ve seen of the later two adventures easily the best.

The recent travails of Middenheim are nicely summarized and the sections of the city are well laid out and accompanied by a small neighborhood map that ties nicely into the map of the entire city. Middenhemi with a big city, the sewers are also laid out and this always serves to increase the “realism” of the “grim and perilous world of adventure” that is WFRP.


The city is recovering from a siege, and this is well handled by the book. The Ashes of Middenheim adventure. Picking up seemlessly from the introductory adventure in the WFRP book, this adventure consists of eight distinct chapters. While quite linear, I liked the adventure segments as they involved a nice mix of city, country, tomb raiding, investigation and combat.

The NPCs, I though, were unusually interesting, and even as a referee reading it I was impressed with some of the plot twists and turns. The plot gets increasingly incredible and “suspension of disbelief” is strained but it seems worth it. In contrast to the other WFRP adventures I’ve seen, this one does include detailed experience point guides, very helpful to those of us new to the system.

I’ll make it quick: Novice or veteran GMs will appreciate the campaign and its details. Geared toward beginning characters in their first career or at most their second the book contains all the material needed for a great campaign. Along with maps, stats, background history and even an additional career this book is worth the price for the bits of info about Middenheim, the kingdom of Middenland and the religions of Sigmar and primarily Ulric.

I completly recommend this book especially if you’re like myself: It will jump start not only your gaming but your imagination. See all 5 reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Rulebook Hardcover.

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