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Warhammer 40K: Forsaken System Comes To Wrath And Glory

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Oct 23 2020

With the Forsaken System Player’s Guide just around the corner, Cubicle 7 shows us their new book, inside and out.

Wrath and Glory takes place entirely within the Imperium Nihilus–a world cut off from the Imperium proper, which has only itself and faith in the Emperor to hold at bay the encroaching tides of Chaos. And the newest book from Cubicle 7, the Forsaken System’s Player’s Guide has a ton of new options to offer intrepid adventurers looking to dig in to that storyline.

Want to play as Ogryn Warriors? This is the book for it. How about Ratlings or Kroot? Yup, you’ll find their semi-heretical rules in here, alongside new Psychic Powers, twenty new Archetypes like the Sister Dialogus, Confessor, and Sicarian Ruststalker, not to mention the Endeavour system, aimed at expanding your games in between adventures.

There’s a lot to digest, so let’s dive in.

via Cubicle 7


Cut off from the might of the Imperium by the Great Rift, and beset on all sides by the daemonic forces that emerge from the tear in reality, the Gilead System stands as a bastion of faith in the Emperor. Unable to call for reinforcements or escape the System, the citizens of these planets fight to preserve the Imperial Creed as they battle back the vile xenos, corrupted renegades, and foul daemons that assail them.


But even as the Imperium’s diverse factions  unite in this time of desperation, the rifts between them grow. With the Emperor’s watchful gaze obscured by the Great Rift, powerful opportunists pursue their own goals, and reignite old rivalries. The grim worlds of the Gilead System are rife with intrigue, betrayal, and secretive plots.

Pre-order Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay: Wrath & Glory Rulebook here or download Graveyard Shift for free here.

Cover art by Sam Manley.

Good luck in the Imperium Nihilus–you’ll need it.

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