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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 57

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 57

In Regensdorf, the burgomeister’s gate is open. The front door opens for us. There’s a butler standing patiently in the doorway. His Lord, our whole purpose for being there, was not at home. The butler had no food to share with us, we were quite late for dinner after all, and he expected to die just from talking to us. He did tell us the Lord had left quite a few days ago, taking 8 sets of plate armor, a…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 56

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 56

OK, you know what you can’t sell in Altdorf? An ultra-valuable, completely unique, well-known diamond. I know I’m from Nuln, but I’ve been a bawd, and I’ve been a fence, but I can’t sell a diamond in Altdorf. Go figure. We’ll work with the Family in Kemperbad. But while I’m in Altdorf, I guess I’ll make a few more connections. You know what I can buy in Altdorf? A light warhorse, wankers! Graf Todbringer might have just given us fancy…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 55

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 55

There was no right answer, so we all decided to head through the flames and up the trap door. The bloody room was chock full of bandits. It was a room with cells on one wall, a door on another way, and a table in the middle. I dove under the table. Karl needed some help, but he dove under the table, too. Then the silly kid lifted the table from over us and used it to block the door….

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 54

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 54

Now, things don’t usually get worse than two bombs going off in your hotel room while you sleep, but you just hold on for a few minutes. On our third outing to find the Black Arrow’s hideout, Gottlieb leads us to the village of Grusligdorf. Inside what passes for a tavern, we find 3 Templars of Sigmar. We just happen to be down 3 horses, but we managed to keep from being all bloodthirsty toward fellow Knights. The tavern at…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 53

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 53

We’ve been seeing these wanted posters for someone named The Black Arrow. Whoever Count Amadeus von Drakenberg is, the guy really has it out for the Arrow. We arrived in Swartzmarkt in the afternoon. We decided to take our chances at a place called the Crossed Lances. Inside, a roadwarden told us that the Arrow worked south of here. The Arrow preyed on minor nobles, usually, not merchants.  We also heard that there was a boar problem around these parts,…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 52

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 52

The resident botanist, Gisela Heilscher, led us into the Drakwald to a set of tall standing stones. We had to leave the battle wagon on the road, but the ogre was there, with the rest of the mercenaries. The stone circle was a grisly scene; one I was used to only seeing in a dark alley. There were definitely human parts and flayed skins. Gottlieb was able to find a trail we followed further into the woods. Have I mentioned…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 51

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 51

Our company of Knights Panther tracked the rogue Fimir down a tight-fitting cave. It opened up into a larger cavern, and our party wizard sensed another magic user somewhere off to the left. Unfortunately, we chose the wrong left-hand tunnel, which was only made painfully clear to us when Wilhelm, our stalwart friend and comrade, exploded by way of an enemy fireball. Seriously, exploded, as in nothing left but flaming feet in smoking boots. Fate was unwilling to intervene on…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 50

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 50

We practically saved the existence of Middenhiem, as in the place wouldn’t exist, as we know it, if it wasn’t for us. Naturally, the Graf can’t afford an actual monetary reward. What we did get…was knighted. OK, so I might be a little sarcastic about our lack of money for saving the Graf’s behind, but I am rather impressed that we got to become Knights Panther. Granted, we did have to spend a week in isolation in the church of…

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 49

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 49

“Graffling with Danger” Also appearing in in the basement was Ehrlich’s niece, Rhya. The ordeal of being kidnapped had left her very tired, though, and Wilhelm lulled her to sleep. “Children’s Parade co-opted by pedovores! Raid on warehouse captures sinister cult! Sweetrolls turned sour! Pictures for the illiterate – not for viewing by those under 16. Must show ID!” There was treasure, both magic and mundane. Finally, there were incriminating letters between “The Big Bad Wolf” and the courtier Emmanuelle….

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[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 48

[WFRP 1e] The Enemy Within 48

“A Sworded Affair” Othmar once again received a love letter from the ironmonger’s wife. It seems this city is all about secret trysts. Definitely secrets. The real trouble came at the Children’s Parade. The replacement flutist led the children around town, while others, including said ironmonger, handed out treats and foodstuffs. It turns out the treats were drugged, and the flutist was leading the children to their doom! Othmar led as many of the children as he could away from…

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