Enemy in Shadows Companion

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Enemy in Shadows Companion
Enemy in Shadows Companion cover.jpg
Author(s) Dave Allen, Mike Brunton, Zak Dale-Clutterbuck, Graeme Davis, Phil Gallagher, Andy Law, Andy Leask, T.S. Luikart, Lewis Page, Ben Scerri
Editor(s) Sine Quinn
Cover Artist Andy Law, Sam Manley, JG O’Donoghue
Illustrator(s) Jerome Huguenin, Mark Gibbons, Andy Law, Victor Leza, Sam Manley, Clara-Marie Morin, Mitchell Nolte, JG O’Donoghue, Scott Purdy, Erin Rea, Matteo Spirito, Giacomo Tappanier
Released 2020
Pages 162
Followed by Death on the Reik (4th Edition)

The Enemy in Shadows Companion adds to the first part of The Enemy Within Campaign for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (4th Edition) by Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.

It updates the first two parts of the original campaign: The Enemy Within and Shadows Over Bögenhafen.


  • Introduction, pg. 3
    • Guest Commentaries, pg. 6
  • Chapter 1: Easter Eggs, pg. 7
  • Chapter 2: The Empire, pg. 9
  • Chapter 3: The Empire's Roads and Highways, pg. 19
  • Chapter 4: Mounts and Vehicles, pg. 22
  • Chapter 5: Travel, pg. 31
  • Chapter 6: Road Wardens, pg. 39
  • Chapter 7: All Roads lead to Bögenhafen, pg. 43
  • Chapter 8: Mutants in the Empire, pg. 64
  • Chapter 9: The Purple Hand: A GM's Guide, pg. 72
  • Chapter 10: On the Road, pg. 86
  • Chapter 11: The Affair of the Hidden Jewel, pg. 90
  • Chapter 12: The Pandemonium Carnival, pg. 101


This series presents various additional material to enhance Enemy in Shadows, and your WFRP games. To continue the Director’s Cut metaphor, it might be regarded as the Special Features or ‘Extras’ that were found on special-edition DVDs and Blu-Rays in the days before streaming. Grognards and videophiles will remember them: they usually included commentaries from the director and other key personnel, extended and deleted scenes, ‘behind the scenes’ documentaries, and other material for a true fan and collector. What’s here does the same for Enemy in Shadows and a little more besides..

~ Introduction by Graeme Davis.[1]