Warhammer 40K: A Look Inside Wrath And Glory
Come take a look inside Cubicle 7’s revised new Wrath and Glory book–get a look at Archetypes, some new art, and more.
Wrath and Glory revised, Cubicle 7’s take on roleplaying in the 41st Millennium, is about ready to launch. And today we’re taking a look inside the book, check out archetype rules, the new art, and get an idea of what’s coming to the grim darkness of the distant future.
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As we near the finish line for the PDF release of Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory, we wanted to share some of the new layout and style with you all!
The first images below are mock-ups created by our designers to give you an idea of what to expect. Further down you can see the pages in more detail. We’re really excited to share what we have been working on.
You might have noticed the Cherub flying in the top right corner of the page. This little wonder of the Adeptus Mechanicus will help you navigate the different chapters of the new Rulebook.
Here’s a look at the artwork that awaits you inside.
Here’s a mockup of the rulebook, and though there’s a warning that the content is not final, this is a pretty good idea of where they’re heading. You can get a good sense of the tone of the game, as well as the art style. Here’s a closer look at the page displayed.
Archetypes are the framework for how you build your character. Whether you’re a Space Marine or a human servant of the Imperium, or something else entirely, your character starts here.
As you can see, you get a breakdown of what goes into each of the Archetypes, all the different pieces. Here’s a little bit on the Sister Hospitaller:
And we’ll close on this in the mockup book.
The pdf release date draws nigh, though like many things, physical shipments are suspended for now, so the physical ship date will likely be later in the year–but for now, we’ll be able to explore the Imperium Nihilus digitally at least.