Frostgrave


All Frostgrave products currently available:



Frostgrave: Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City (Main Rulebook)

Frostgrave: Thaw of the Lich Lord (Campaign and Expansion)

Frostgrave: Into the Breeding Pits (New Rules for Underground, Beastcrafter wizards)

Frostgrave: Forgotten Pacts (New Rules for Demons)

Frostgrave: The Frostgrave Folio (Collects the 4 ebook mini expansions listed below, plus The Ravages of Time mini-campaign).

Frostgrave: Ulterior Motives (Card Deck with 40 Secret Mission / Side Quests)

Frostgrave: Tales of the Frozen City (Fiction Collection - Not by me!)

Frostgrave: Sellsword (ebook mini expansion - includes rules for Captains!)

Frostgrave: Hunt for the Golem (ebook mini campaign)

Frostgrave: Dark Alchemy (ebook mini campaign for playing solo or co-op. New potion rules)

Frostgrave: Arcane Locations (ebook 3 scenarios and new base resources)

Frostgrave: Second Chances (A Novel by Matthew Ward contains an exclusive scenario written by me)

Spellcaster: The Frostgrave Magazine

Issue 1 (Black Powder Rules, Horses, Knightly Orders, Solo Scenario, Mini Campaign)

Freebies!

Arachno Assassins in Frostgrave (Stats for a great set of Reaper Miniatures)

Standing in the Eye! (A charity scenario)

Troll Hunt (A scenario for wizards who think they are so tough...)

Magazine Articles

The Frostgrave Auction (Wargames Soldier and Strategy Issue 83)

   Extra Content for Above Article (Posted on this Blog)

Scenario: The Bridges of the Mal Dreath (Tabletop Gaming Issue 3)

Skeletal Archers in Frostgrave (Wargames Illustrated Issue 341)

The Cuelebre (In Spanish - Falcata Issue 1) [Rules for a dragon-like creature]

The Failed Breed (Tabletop Gaming Issue 6)

Planar Storm (Miniature Wargames #405 [Scenario for use with Forgotten Pacts])

Designing Ulterior Motives (Miniature Wargames #410) [Two exclusive Ulterior Motive cards]

Campaign Days

The Lost Formula (written for Wargames Illustrated Frostgrave Campaign Day)

The Catacombs of the Evrenbright (In Spellcaster: Issue 1)

[The link for this on the Wargames Illustrated Pages seems to be broken at the moment.]

All Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago products current available:


Ghost Archipelago: Fantasy Wargames in the Lost Isles (Main Rulebook)

Ghost Archipelago: Accessory Pack (Contains Blood Burn Die and cards for Heritor Abilities and Warden Spells)

Ghost Archipelago: Tales of the Lost Isles (Fiction collection, include exclusive scenario by me)

Magazine Articles

The Floating Hulk (Solo scenario in Wargames Illustrated 361)




14 comments:

  1. Any chances for english version of "The Cuelebre" on blog or other place/magazine?

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    1. Probably not. The Cuelebre is a legendary Spanish monster and the piece was written specifically for that magazine.

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    2. Use Google translate. Slap it in and then read threw it and make some adjustments so its understandable. Prob only take 10min

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  2. Hi, I recently played a Frostgrave game with a friend who increased his wizard Fight stat to +5. As a result this wizard is now better at fighting than a barbarian. Is that intended? Should wizards be capped at +2 fight and focus on the traditional wizard role by increasing health and will stat or be more efficient in spell casting?

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  3. Hey Guy. Yes, it is intended. If wizards want to focus on fighting, they can. Even with the +5, wizards are still better off avoiding combat - especially with the bigger fighters. Yes, he's now a better fighter than the Barbarian, but only by a very small amount, and loosing your wizard is MUCH worse than loosing your Barbarian.

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  4. Hello Guys,
    I am from the german Facebook frostgrave Group. In our Group we had and have the discussion what exactly is a Barbarian Berserker and were can we find his stats in the books?

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  5. Basically, when the game added a specific group called 'Barbarians' in Forgotten Pacts, I needed a way to avoid referring to a figure as a Barbarian Barbarian. (In the same way you might say a Gnoll Barbarian). So I called them Barbarian Beserkers instead.

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  6. In our last game we could not agree on how falling damage is calculated. Do we subtract the armour from 1.5 × falling height?

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  7. Hey there, wasn't there a deck of the Frostgrave spells? I'd love that, and I seem to recall there was something like this at one time...?

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  8. There was, but it's out of print at the moment. The good news - a new version will be coming next year with all the spells from all of the supplements.

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  9. New Version of Frostgrave? That is fantastic!

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