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November 2008

November 12, 2008

worldofbattlelore.deWorld of Battlelore is an exciting new German-language BattleLore site that has recently been launched.

Now’s a good time for German speakers to visit, because they’ve just launched a a new competition: The Battlelore Scenario Contest. Anyone can create a scenario, and Marcus, Sebastian and Alex from will test the scenarios extensively and award a prize to the best scenario.

What’s the prize I hear you ask? A weekend in June 2009 at the Con of the Heidelberger publishing company (German distributor of FFG and of Battlelore), at the castle Stahleck on the river Rhine. Only invited guests will be there! Room and board will be payed by the Heidelberger publishing company. And the winner will also get a games voucher. A fantastic prize!

Check out World of Battlelore for all the information, terms and conditions. Entry deadline for the scenarios is the 30th November 2008. The winner will be announced on the 1st April 2009.

(PS: is not affiliated in any way with

November 2, 2008

Campaign Rules: Fan Expansion

BattleLore fan Chris Lewis has put an amazing amount of work into this set of Campaign rules, new races and new creatures for BattleLore. In this one zip file you’ll find all of his home brew rules and ideas, including:

  • Rules for campaigns in the world of BattleLore that can be run in a night, a weekend, or a much longer period, and the maps you’ll need to run them.
  • Terrain deployment cards to allow random battlefields (169 combinations).
  • Details on 14 new races, 15 creatures (including cannons) and 6 Wyverns along with counters to use them on the battle board.

This has all been put together into a ZIPPED file you can download here (1.9 Mb). Check it out!

Thanks Chris for all the hard work you’ve put into this excellent contribution!