I am still working on the next instalment of The Enemy Within: a Companion‘s seventh edition. In the interim I thought I would share an updated list of Enemy Within links. Hopefully it is useful to have them all in one easily accessible place.
Probably the most important adventure material to Enemy Within GMs is Alfred Nuñez’s alternative finale to the campaign The Empire at War.
My conversion of Night’s Dark Terror might also be useful for GMs looking for a Something Rotten in Kislev replacement.
Another useful resource is the Song of Middenheim blog, which contains a great deal of material expanding the description of Middenheim (though it departs from the setting of The Enemy Within). Especially interesting is this post on the Carnival (though I believe the correct German is der Karneval).
On Middenheim again, Blessings of the Dice Gods has a useful reference guide to the city, with random generation tables.
There are a number of conversions of The Enemy Within for WFRP2. The Winds of Chaos site has conversions by Patrick Füngerlings and Rolph Segers for ‘Mistaken Identity’, Shadows Over Bögenhafen, Death on the Reik, ‘Carrion Up the Reik’ and The Empire at War. Francisco Muñoz has prepared alternative documents for ‘Mistaken Identity’, Shadows Over Bögenhafen, based on Patrick Füngerlings’ conversions. There is also a conversion of Something Rotten in Kislev, though unfortunately I do not know who the author is. I am not aware of any conversions of Empire in Flames for WFRP2.
Some people have suggested I include these conversions in The Enemy Within: a Companion. I would be happy to, with the permission of the authors. Rolph Segers has kindly given permission, but I have been unable to contact Patrick Füngerlings. If anyone knows how to reach him, knows the author of the Something Rotten in Kislev conversion, or even has conversions to contribute, please let me know.
I am not personally a fan of using miniatures and floor plans regularly, but if you are, there are floor plans for many of the locations in The Enemy Within in this blog.
There are several blogs and threads describing run-throughs of the campaign. None I have come across document the campaign in full as it was written. Usually they describe modified or incomplete versions. Here are some I am aware of:
The best account of the history of The Enemy Within is Graeme Davis’ 2018 GenCon seminar, which I highly recommend. Graeme has also discussed the subject in this blog post, and interviewed Phil Gallagher about it here.
Title art by Ian Miller. Used without permission. No challenge intended to the rights holders.